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Take The A Train - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellingron At Tanglewood, Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Duke Ellington (Edward Kennedy Ellington, April 29, - May 24, ) was an American jazz composer, pianist and bandleader, one of the most influential figures in jazz, if not in all American music. Duke Ellington composed over 30 read more.
  2. You must take the "A" train To go Sugar Hill 'way up in Harlem If you miss the "A" train You'll find you've missed the quickest way to Harlem Hurry, get on now it's coming Listen to those rails a thrumming All 'board get on the "A" train Soon you will be on Sugar Hill in Harlem.
  3. Label: Barclay - • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: France • Genre: Pop • Style: Chanson. Sitemap. Ah Que JAime Les Militaires - Laurent Petitgirard - Les Folies Offenbach, Early Morning Rain - The Mystic Moods Orchestra - Emotions, (Theme) Take The A Train - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - The Treasury Shows Vol, Thoughts Hum - Tank (aka Jason Lipp)* - Purpose: Analyze.
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  5. Duke Ellington was one of the architects of the big band era and, as pianist, composer and bandleader, was one of the most vital musical figures in 20th-century history. TAKE THE "A" TRAIN, as a song and musical composition, would become the Duke's signature piece/5(14).
  6. Dec 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - Take The A Train () [official video] YouTube Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - .
  7. PJL Duke Ellington - Boston Pops* / Arthur Fiedler: Duke Ellington - Boston Pops* / Arthur Fiedler - The Duke At Tanglewood ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) RCA Victor, Melodi Plak: PJL Turkey: Unknown: Sell This Version.
  8. Strayhorn recalled that the song that became the signature opening piece for Duke Ellington and his Orchestra came to him with very little effort. In fact, he said that the music and lyrics for "Take the A Train," originally recorded on February 15, by Ellington for Victor Records, came more quickly than the subject of the song itself.
  9. Do not be tricked into believing this is a Duke Ellington recording. This is a group called the "Duke Ellington Orchestra", but it was recorded decades after Sir Duke himself passed away. The music is basically light-jazz, with very little excitement. It closes with a pretty good "Auld Land Syne" and that is about all it has to recommend.2/5(3).

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