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9 thoughts on “ Jeeps Blues - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - Ellington At Newport (Vinyl, LP)

  • Tarr
    03.12.2019 at 11:47
    “Jeep’s Blues,” jointly written by Duke Ellington and his star saxophonist Johnny Hodges, was first recorded for Vocalion in , a small group record released under Hodges’ name. Hodges’ leads off with a brief solo on soprano sax, followed by the growling muted trumpet of Cootie Williams, Harry Carney’s mellow baritone sax, the. Reply
  • Kagataxe
    26.11.2019 at 08:23
    Feb 12,  · Ellington wrote "Jeep's Blues" for his long-time alto saxophone player, Johnny Hodges, whose nickname was "Jeep." This version of "Jeep's Blues" used in American Hustle was recorded live at the Newport Jazz Festival. Big bands were on the way out by then, and Ellington was barely able to keep his band together. Reply
  • Zushura
    25.11.2019 at 23:35
    It is jazz of the highest order, played at an almost rock n' roll pace, and with an enthusiastic pep that confirms Ellington and his ensemble fed off the crowd's reaction as the collective lit into each new stanza. It is Ellington's best-selling album. It is Ellington at Newport/5(35). Reply
  • Bragis
    04.12.2019 at 09:05
    Ellington at Newport (Complete) provides the original concert as a historic document along side the studio recordings. The comparison is startling. Every article ever written about this recording froths over the 27 choruses. Ellington included his medium-tempo twin blues "Diminuendo in Blue and Crescendo in Blue.". Reply
  • Grozragore
    25.11.2019 at 04:42
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ellington At Newport on Discogs. Label: Columbia - 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing Duke Ellington - Ellington At Newport (CD) | Discogs. Reply
  • Togul
    24.11.2019 at 21:32
    Label: Columbia - CJ • Series: Columbia Jazz Masterpieces • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band, Swing Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - Ellington At Newport (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(18). Reply
  • Brahn
    01.12.2019 at 05:50
    The Newport Jazz Festival put Ellington back on top solely because of the performance of Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue (with 27 choruses by Paul Gonsalves on tenor saxophone) and, aided in large part, by a beautiful blonde woman whose dancing inspired the crowd nearly as much as the music/5(). Reply
  • Kekinos
    28.11.2019 at 20:47
    Tracklist: 1. Festival Junction 2. Blues To Be There 3. Newport Up 4. Jeep's Blues 5. Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue. Reply
  • Samugal
    27.11.2019 at 17:55
    Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra grew to a group of ten players; they developed their own sound by displaying the non-traditional expression of Ellington’s arrangements, the street rhythms of Harlem, and the exotic-sounding trombone growls and wah-wahs, high-squealing trumpets, and sultry saxophone blues licks of the band members. Reply

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