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Animal Crackers - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington Vol. 9



Label: Monkey Records - MY 40009 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Jazz •
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JSP's first volume of chronologically presented recordings from the dawn of Duke Ellington 's career bears a title that epitomizes producer John Stedman 's whimsical sensibilities by utilizing the name of young Edward Kennedy Ellington 's piano teacher, Mrs. Marietta Clinkscales. In addition to Duke 's early mainstays it is exciting to note the transitory presence and sterling contributions of trumpeter Jabbo Smithtrombonist Charlie Irvisreedman Don Redmanand guitarist Lonnie Johnson.

Most reissue labels follow Ellington 's discography back no earlier thanthe year during which Duke 's orchestra really began to achieve its signature sound. While this JSP set is a thrilling slice of primal Duke there are gaps, as in two missing sides from November by a Washingtonians offshoot band calling itself the Deacons with vocals Blue Collar Workers Of America - Various - Spring Sampler 2000 Jo Trent and the aforementioned Sonny Greer.

The omission of these titles is regrettable, especially "Oh, How I Love My Darling," which contains a magnificent lickety-split stride piano passage by the Duke. Nevertheless and on the level, as a straight shot of early Ellington and historic Harlem entertainment, this reasonably priced, action packed compilation is hard to beat and is emphatically recommended for anyone who wants to visit and commune with the spirit of Duke Ellington by absorbing most of his earliest recorded works.

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Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date March 29, Genre Jazz Blues. Recording Date November, - January 16, Track Listing - Disc 1. Duke Ellington. Parlor Social de Luxe. Choo Choo Gotta Hurry Home. Rainy Nights Rainy Days. Trombone Blues. Georgia Grind. Parlor Social Stomp. Animal Crackers. Lil'i Farina. Lucky Number Blues. Alberta Jones.

East St. Louis Toodle-Oo. Birmingham Breakdown. Immigration Blues. The Creeper. New Orleans Low-Down. Song of the Cotton Field.

Track Listing - Disc 2. Hop Head. Down in Our Alley Blues. Black and Animal Crackers - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington Vol. 9 Fantasy. Washington Wobble. Creole Love Call. The Blues I Love to Sing. What Can a Poor Fellow Do? Chicago Stomp Down. Harlem River Quiver Brown Berries. Blue Bubbles. Doin' the Frog. Sweet Mama Papa's Gettin' Mad. Stack O'Lee Blues. Bugle Call Rag. Take It Easy. Jubilee Stomp. Harlem Twist. Track Listing - Disc 3.

Black Beauty Firewater. Black Beauty. Got Everything But You. Yellow Dog Blues. Tishomingo Blues. Spencer Williams. Diga Diga Doo. Doin' the New Low-Down. Swampy River. The Mooche. Move Over. Hot and Bothered. Awful Sad. Track Listing - Disc 4. I Done Caught You Blues.

No, Papa, No. Bandanna Babies. I Must Have That Man. The Blues with a Feelin'. Goin' to Town. Misty Mornin'. Hit Me in the Nose Blues. H Gray. It's All Coming Home to You. Porter Grainger. Louis Blues. Doin' the Voom Voom.

Tiger Rag, Pt. Flaming Youth. Saturday Night Function. High Life. Duke Ellington feat: Alberta Hunter. Duke Ellington feat: Gadis Modern - S.

Darsih Kissowo, Jandoko - Irama Gambang Washingtonians. Duke Ellington feat: Florence Bristol. Duke Ellington feat: Alberta Animal Crackers - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington Vol. 9 . Washington Wobble Duke Ellington.


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    Mautilar

    Jul 31,  · This is the first in the "Chronogical [sic] Classics" series (Melodie Jazz Classics, operating in France) for Duke Ellington. The first ten tracks are not currently available on CD elsewhere, to my knowledge; the first volume in the "Masters of Jazz" series (also French) for Ellington included these as well as some other early (i.e. pre "East St. Louis Toodle-O") 4/4(2).

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