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Treasury Shows Vol. 12

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Disc 1 of 2
01
Take The A Train
12:43  
02
Carnegie Blues
3:07
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Ellington Bond Promo
12:43  
04
I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
4:27
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Mood To Be Wooed
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Kissing Bug
3:06
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Chelsea Bridge
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Billy Strayhorn compositions
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Take The A Train
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A Series Of Four in A Minor Mood
7:45
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Ellington Bond Promo
6:57
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If I Loved You
2:45
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Unbooted Character
4:51
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Just A Sitting And A Rockin'
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Ellington Bond Promo
12:52  
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Hollywood Hangover
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Opening
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Caravan
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Three Cent Stomp
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Yesterdays
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Disc 2 of 2
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Blues On The Double
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Riff Staccatto
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Cotton Tail
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04
Take The A Train
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05
Subtle Slough
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C-Jam Blues
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Ellington Bond Promo
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Every Hour On The Hour
3:23
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The Jeep Is Jumpin'
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Take The A Train
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Creole Love Call
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Frankie And Johnny
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Everything But You
2:36
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Emanicipation Celebration
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Waiting For The Train to Come
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Take The A Train
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 36   Total Length: 216:10

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Charles Farrell

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Since returning to active playing in 2005 after a career as a boxing manager, pianist Charles Farrell has released eleven CDs, played with Ornette Coleman, and

06.19.08
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Treasury Shows Vol. 12
2005 | Label: D.E.T.S. / The Orchard

A remarkable series of documents, Treasury Shows is a ten-volume, double-album set of Duke Ellington recordings recorded at the end of World War II. The albums feature Duke's incomparable orchestra playing live on the ABC network on a program created to sell victory bonds. These comprehensive albums combine hours of incredible music with unusual spoken asides: Duke himself is frequently heard doing promos in his debonair manner. Over the course of 20 volumes, the… read more »

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