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The Treasury Shows, Vol. 1

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Take the "A" Train; Blutopia; Midrff; Creole Love Call; Suddenly It Jumped; Frustration; I'm Beginning to See the Light; Duke Ellington, introduces the Perfume Suite; Love (Balcony Serenade); Violence (Strange Feeling); Dancers in Love (A Stomp for Beginners); Sophistication (Coloratura); Air Conditioned Jungle; I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues; Subtle Slough; Passion Flower; Take the "A" Train; Hayfoot, Strawfoot; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; A Slip of the Lip (Can Sink a Ship); Take the "A" Train; Moon Mist; New World a-Comin'; Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen; Mood Indigo; Chant for FDR (American Lullaby); Poor Pilgrim of Sorrow (A City Called Heaven); Creole Love Call; Moon Mist; Any Bonds Today?; Take the "A" Train; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; Caravan; Bond Promo; It Can't Be Wrong; Johnny Come Lately; Any Bonds Today?; Any Bonds Today?;Take the "A" Train; Wait for Me Mary; Moon Mist; Bond Promo; A Slip of the Lip (Can Sink a Ship); Things Ain't What They Used to Be; Any Bonds Today?

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Duke Ellington Orchestra: The Treasury Shows, Vol. 1

Read "The Treasury Shows, Vol. 1" reviewed by Dave Nathan

On April 7, 1945, Duke Ellington begand a series of shows sponsored by the U. S. Treasury Department which ended 45 shows later on October 5, 1946. These albums were released by Sweden's Phontastic label's Nostalgia Series beginning in the early 1980's. Now almost 20 years later, Denmark's excellent Storyville label begins an undertaking to reissue ...


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