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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - 1938-1939 Album

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - 1938-1939 Album

Performer: Duke Ellington And His Orchestra
Title: 1938-1939
Style: Swing, Big Band
Released: 1994
Cat#: CLASSICS 747
Country: France
Label: Classics
Size MP3 version: 1911 mb
Size FLAC version: 2743 mb
Size WMA version: 1630 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 237
Genre: Jazz

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - 1938-1939 Album


Tracklist

1Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraSlap Happy
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesCornet – Rex StewartDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Wallace JonesValve Trombone – Juan TizolWritten-By, Piano, Arranged By, Directed By – Duke Ellington
2:45
2Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraBoy Meets Horn
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Wallace JonesValve Trombone – Juan TizolWritten-By, Cornet – Rex StewartWritten-By, Piano, Arranged By, Directed By – Duke Ellington
3:02
3Johnny Hodges And His OrchestraLike A Ship In The Night
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorDrums – Sonny GreerPiano – Duke EllingtonTrombone – Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsVocals – Jean EldridgeWritten-By – Cooper, Hudson
2:41
4Cootie Williams And His Rug CuttersAin't The Gravy Good
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerPiano – Duke EllingtonTrumpet, Vocals – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By – Heywood
3:05
5Johnny Hodges And His OrchestraMississippi Dream Boat
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorDrums – Sonny GreerPiano – Duke EllingtonTrombone – Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsVocals – Jean EldridgeWritten-By – Ford, Redmond
2:37
6Duke EllingtonInformal Blues
Written-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:43
7Cootie Williams And His Rug CuttersShe's Gone
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerWritten-By, Piano – Duke EllingtonWritten-By, Trumpet, Vocals – Cootie Williams
2:59
8Cootie Williams And His Rug CuttersBoudoir Benny
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerWritten-By, Piano – Duke EllingtonWritten-By, Trumpet – Cootie Williams
2:48
9Johnny Hodges And His OrchestraDooji Wooji
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorDrums – Sonny GreerTrombone – Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:56
10Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraBlue Light (Transblucency)
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesCornet – Rex StewartDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Wallace JonesValve Trombone – Juan TizolWritten-By, Piano, Arranged By, Directed By – Duke Ellington
2:42
11Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraPussy Willow
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesCornet – Rex StewartDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Wallace JonesValve Trombone – Juan TizolWritten-By, Piano, Arranged By, Directed By – Duke Ellington
2:39
12Duke EllingtonJust Good Fun
Written-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:29
13Rex Stewart And His Fifty-Second Street StompersSan Juan Hill
Bass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" NantonTrumpet – Louis BaconWritten-By, Cornet – Rex StewartWritten-By, Guitar, Arranged By – Brick FleagleWritten-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:40
14Cootie Williams And His Rug CuttersBeautiful Romance
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerWritten-By, Piano – Duke EllingtonWritten-By, Trumpet – Cootie Williams
2:42
15Cootie Williams And His Rug CuttersDelta Mood
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:44
16Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraSubtle Lament
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesCornet – Rex StewartDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Wallace JonesValve Trombone – Juan TizolWritten-By, Piano, Arranged By, Directed By – Duke Ellington
3:03
17Johnny Hodges And His OrchestraSwingin' On The Campus
Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorDrums – Sonny GreerTrombone – Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesWritten-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:40
18Cootie Williams And His Rug CuttersGal-Avantin'
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesWritten-By, Piano – Duke EllingtonWritten-By, Trumpet – Cootie Williams
2:20
19Rex Stewart And His Fifty-Second Street Stompers"Fat Stuff" Serenade
Bass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Brick FleagleTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" NantonTrumpet – Louis BaconWritten-By, Cornet – Rex StewartWritten-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:39
20Cootie Williams And His Rug CuttersThe Boys From Harlem
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:16
21Rex Stewart And His Fifty-Second Street StompersI'll Come Back For More
Bass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" NantonTrumpet, Vocals – Louis BaconWritten-By, Cornet – Rex StewartWritten-By, Guitar – Brick FleagleWritten-By, Piano – Duke Ellington
2:52
22Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraOld King Dooji
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Barney BigardClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesCornet – Rex StewartDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Wallace JonesValve Trombone – Juan TizolWritten-By, Piano, Arranged By, Directed By – Duke Ellington
2:30
23Cootie Williams And His Rug CuttersMobile Blues
Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Otto HardwickBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesWritten-By, Piano – Duke EllingtonWritten-By, Trumpet – Cootie Williams
2:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneDuke Ellington In Chronology - 1938-1939 ‎(23xFile, MP3, Comp, 320)Complete Jazz Seriesnone2008

Credits

  • Liner NotesAnatol Schenker

Notes

1994 French CD compilation, part of the complete works of Duke Ellington.

Tracks 1 to 4 recorded in New York, December 21, 1938.
Tracks 5 to 8 recorded in New York, December 22, 1938.
Tracks 9 to 12 recorded in New York, February 27, 1939.
Tracks 13 to 16 recorded in New York, February 28, 1939.
Tracks 17 and 18 (piano solos) recorded in New York, March 8, 1939.
Tracks 19 to 23 recorded in New York, March 20, 1939.

Misspelt 'The Chronogical Classics' on the front.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 330751707420
  • Matrix / Runout: CLASSICS 747 [scratched out] 01 @@
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5710

Album

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