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  • Dukree says:
    Amid that wildly divergent body of work, it's no surprise that the live material from The Great Paris Concert and Ellington's Greatest Hits eclipsed much of his Reprise studio work. Thus, this five-CD box is the first opportunity that most listeners will have had to assess the music properly.
  • Faushakar says:
    Album · · 30 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 30 Songs. Sign In The Great Paris Concert Duke Ellington Jazz · Preview SONG TIME Kinda Dukish (Live @ the Olympia Theatre, Paris) 1. PREVIEW Rockin' in Rhythm (Live @ the Olympia Theatre, Paris).
  • Mooguzshura says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Great Paris Concert [Atlantic] - Duke Ellington on AllMusic - - This set came about, in part, as a result of 9/
  • Zolocage says:
    Money Jungle - A trio album, unusual in Ellington's discography. Features Charles Mingus and Max Roach and some unusual piano playing from Ellington. Piano In the Background - Another great big band recording from the very beginning of the s. The Great Paris Concert - .
  • Kigacage says:
    The Great Paris Concert ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Atlantic: WPCR Japan: Sell This Version: ATL , ATL 60 Duke Ellington: The Art Of Duke Ellington / The Great Paris Concert /5(13).
  • JoJorisar says:
    Duke Ellington was far from a typical Christian. He swore, smoked and drank; he collected royalties for music he did not compose, and he was a serial adulterer. However, Ellington’s belief in God stemmed back to his early childhood, when he attended prim Methodist services with his mother, and roof-raising Baptist meetings with his father.
  • Zolokasa says:
    Duke Ellington Atlantic Atlantic (label) Jazz (CD, LP) Did Ellington ever record in concert and it not be great? This wonderful double-length set from the 60s is key proof of his genius in an unfettered live setting – recorded in Paris in with plenty of dark edges!
  • Samuro says:
    This album is must for any Duke Ellington lover. This set came about, in part, as a result of Ellington's signing to Frank Sinatra's Reprise label in November , with the ending of his exclusive contract to Columbia. Six numbers from the three Paris dates were initially edited and released by Reprise as part of the ten-song Duke Ellington's Greatest, but the bulk of the performances from.

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