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Playlist for JAZZ TRAIN with Paddy Haughton – 17th December 2018 – All about Ellington (2)

Playlist for JAZZ TRAIN with Paddy Haughton – 17th December 2018 – All about Ellington (2)

Artist –        Title –                Album –        Label –         Recorded / Released

1. Duke Ellington– “Perdido” – Ellington Uptown – Columbia 1951

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra

2. Ray Bryant  – “Things Ain’t What They Used To Be” – Live At Montreux ’77 – Pablo 1977

Ray Bryant Trio

3. Rick Fay – “To Barney Bigard / Mood Indigo” – Sax-O-Poem : Poetry & Jazz – Arbors Jazz 2006

Rick Fay – voice & clt

4. Duke Ellington– “The Mooche” – Perdido (1940s) – can’t find LP info!

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra – featuring Barney Bigard (clt) Cootie Williams ? (tpt) Johnny Hodges (alto)

5. Duke Ellington– “Black & Tan Fantasy” (1927) – The Age of Ellington : The Historic Duke – The Times

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra

6. Duke Ellington –“La Plus Belle Africaine” – The English Concert 1971 – Sunset Records 1977

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra – featuring Russell Procope (clt) Harry Carney (bar)

7. Brubeck / Mulligan – “Things Ain’t What They Used To Be” – Live At The Berlin Philharmonie – CBS 1972

Dave Brubeck – pno / Gerry Mulligan – bar / Jack Six – bs / Alan Dawson – dms

8. Johnny Hodges – “Passion Flower” (1941) – Things Ain’t What They Used To Be – RCA Victor

Johnny Hodges – alto / Harry Carney – bar / Duke Ellington – pno / Jimmy Blanton – bs / Sonny Greer – dms

9. Lionel Hampton– “It Don’t Mean A Thing…” – Lionel Hampton 20 ReflectiveRecordings –Audio Archive ?

Lionel Hampton (vbs & voc?) & His Orchestra

10.Bunny Berigan – “In A Sentimental Mood” (1936) – The Key Sessions 1931 – 1937 – JSP – 2003

Bunny Berigan – tpt with Dick McDonough & His Orchestra

11.Betty Roche– “In A Mellow Tone” (1956)– The Complete 1941 – 1961 – Chante du Monde – 2013

Betty Roche – voc / Conte Candoli – tp / Eddie Costa – vbs / D Trenner – pn / Whitey Mitchell – b / D Williams – dm

12. Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington– “I’m Beginning To See The Light” – The Great Reunion – Roulette 1962

Louis Armstrong – tpt, voc / Duke Ellington – pno & Louis’ All Stars

13. Ellington / Mingus / Roach – “Warm Valley”  – Money Jungle – United Artists -1963

Max Roach – dms / Duke Ellington – pno / Charles Mingus – bs

14. Duke Ellington / Hawkins – “The Jeep Is Jumpin’” – Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins – Impulse 1962

Duke Ellington – pno / Coleman Hawkins – tnr / Ray Nance – tpt /Johnny Hodges – alto / Harry Carney – bar / Lawrence Brown – tmb / Aaron Bell – bs / Sam Woodyard – dms

15. Ella Fitzgerald – “Azure” – The Duke Ellington Songbook – Verve 1957

Ella Fitzgerald – voc / Ben Webster – tnr / Stuff Smith – vln / Paul Smith – trio & Barney Kessel – gtr

16.Johnny Hodges – “Empty Ballroom Blues” – Hodge Podge –(1938 – 1939) – Epic Records 1955

Johnny Hodges & His Orch. Featuring Duke Ellington, Lawrence Brown, Cootie Williams, Harry Carney etc.

17.Peanuts Holland – “The Mooche” – Concert Salle Pleyel 1952 – Swing Records (France) 1952

Peanuts Holland – tpt with Michel Attenoux’ Orchestra

18. Mose Allison – “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” – Mose Allison Sings – Prestige 1963

Mose Allison – voc & pno

19.Wynton Marsalis –  “Creole Love Call”  – United We Swing – Blue Engine Records 2018

Wynton Marsalis Septet with Audra McDonald

20.Wycliffe Gordon & Eric Reed – “Paris Blues” – We – Nagel Heyer 2011

Wycliffe Gordon – tmb / Eric Reed – pno

21. Duke Ellington – “Blues In Orbit” – Blues In Orbit – Columbia 1960

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra

 22. Duke Ellington – “Big Fat Alice’s Blues” – Concert In The Virgin Islands – Reprise 1965

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra

 23. Oscar Peterson – “Take The “A” Train” (Sttrayhorn) – Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington – Clef 1952

Oscar Peterson – with The Duke Ellington Orchestra