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  1. Stream The Pasadena Concert by Duke Ellington And His Orchestra and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. #1,, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Classic Big Band # in Contemporary Big Band5/5(1).
  2. Oct 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Duke Ellington - Sophisticated Lady [HQ] YouTube Duke Ellington - Mood Indigo [Restored] - Duration: Music Video Vault 51, views.
  3. Gene Norman often recorded jazz bands live when they appeared in Southern California, including a couple of Duke Ellington concerts. This set has its fine moments (particularly a good early version of "Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue" and a feature on "Perdido" for guest Oscar Pettiford on cello), but three Jimmy Grissom vocals and a long medley of Ellington's hits weigh the music down a.
  4. Sophisticated Lady Tutorial. Sophisticated Lady is one of the most famous jazz standards written by the great Duke Ellington, who was one of the most famous jazz composers and band leaders from the 20^th^ century. Written in the key of Ab Major, it follows a standard 32 bar A-A-B-A form.
  5. Sophisticated Lady [RCA] RCA. In a Mellotone RCA. Black, Brown and Beige ( Band Columbia) Daybreak Express RCA. Masterpieces by Ellington Columbia. Ellington Uptown Columbia. Hi-Fi Ellington Uptown CBS. Seattle Concert [live] RCA. The Pasadena Concert () [live] GNP. Premiered by.
  6. Sophisticated Lady Duke Ellington. Play on Napster. Released: Nov Label: Columbia/Legacy Facebook Twitter Songs. Play 1. East St. Louis Toodle-Oo. Play 2. Black and Tan Fantasy. Play 3. Take It Easy. Play 4. The Mooche. Play 5. Rockin' in Rhythm. Play 7. Creole Rhapsody. Play 8.
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  8. "Sophisticated Lady" 3 "Stormy Weather" 4 "I'm Satisfied" 11 "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree" 13 The Pasadena Concert ; Duke Ellington Plays the Blues; [In my solitude LP] s. Ellington remained active to the end of his life, recording three final major suites in the s, the "New Orleans Suite", his "Third Sacred Concert.

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