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The Treasury Shows Vol. 17

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Tracks: CD1: Take The “A” Train; Way Low; C-Jam Blues; The Kissing Bug; Just A- Sittin’ And A-Rockin’; Caldonia; Fancy Dan; I’m Just A Lucky So And So; The Last Time I Saw You; On The Atchinson, Topeka And Santa Fe; If I Loved You; I Can’t Begin To Tell You; The Wonder Of You; Riff ’n’ Drill And Close; Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me; It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be; San Fernando Valley; Suddenly It Jumped; Summertime (incomplete); On The Alamo. CD2: Caravan; Rugged Romeo; Sono; Air Conditioned Jungle; Circe; Rhapsoditty; Fugueaditty; Jam-A-Ditty; Magenta Haze; Diminuendo In Blue, Transblucency, Crescendo In Blue; Pitter Panther Patter; The Surburbanite; Boy Meets Horn; Jump For Joy; Three Cent Stomp (incomplete); Solid Old Man; How Blue The Night; Ring Dem Bells.

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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra: The Treasury Shows Vol. 17

Read "The Treasury Shows Vol. 17" reviewed by Chris Mosey

Don Lowe's exultant cry, “Here he is, and in person, the Duke himself!" kicks off the 17th of the Duke Ellington Treasury Show radio broadcasts, part of a massive reissue project by the Danish Storyville label. Anxious to show how hip, perhaps even hep, he is, the American Broadcasting Corporation announcer goes on ...


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