Down Town Uproar - Duke Ellington - Anthology (CD)

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  1. Downtown Uproar Lament for a Lost Love Jazz à la Carte Moonlight Fiesta Sponge Cake and Spinach It follows the career of the Duke Ellington Orchestra from (when it was an eleven-piece ensemble) to The second CD takes us from to – a period which included the Webster-Blanton personnel which is often.
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  3. Baritone Saxophone – Harry Carney Bass [String Bass] – Hayes Alvis Drums – Sonny Greer Piano – Duke Ellington Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny Hodges Trombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton* Trumpet – Cootie Williams Written-By – Gaskill*, McHugh* – Cootie Williams & His Rug Cutters: Downtown Uproar.
  4. This CD contains most, not all, of the recordings known to have been made at the Cotton Club between the 24th of March and the 5th of July They are on site radio broadcasts and not, for the most part, true "live" recordings. Nonetheless they exude the enthousiasm and spontaneity which sometimes marks live performances.5/5(1).
  5. Sep 08,  · 78_downtown-uproar_cootie-williams-ellingtonians-cootie-williams-tricky-sam-nanton-joh_gbiaa Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Bai Konte Johnson User_metadataentered Jake Robinson User_transferred Casey Dougherty.
  6. Jun 06,  · The Widespread Depression Jazz Orchestra was a 9-piece jazz orchestra founded in , which released 6 albums between and "Downtown Uproar," its first release, included this Duke.
  7. Not surprisingly, the owners of the new Cotton Club were anxious to book Duke Ellington, whose engagement at the original Harlem location was legendary. Nor is it surprising that Ellington 's return engagements in 19attracted a lot of attention in the Big Apple.
  8. This is a track compilation of many famous early compositions of Duke. The difference is that Ellington is not, per se, leading any of the groups, according to the credits.

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