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The Treasury Shows, Vol 20

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: CD1: Take The A Train; A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing; Main Stem; A Ghost Of A Chance; In A Jam; I’m Just A Lucky So And So; Stomp, Look And Listen; Come Rain Or Come Shine; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be; Summertime; Jack The Bear; Sentimental Lady; In A Mellotone; Rockin’ In Rhythm. CD2: Take The A Train; Mood To Be Wooed; Johnny Come Lately; They Say It’s Wonderful; Strange Love; Honeysuckle Rose; Don’t Take Your Love From Me; Blue On The Double; Take The A Train; Come Sunday; Light; Lover Man; Riff Staccato; Mood Indigo; Riff ‘N’ Drill; Johnny Come Lately; Emancipation Celebration; Go Away Blues; Don’t Get Around Much Anymore; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be.


Duke Ellington And His Orchestra: The Treasury Shows, Vol 20

Read "The Treasury Shows, Vol 20" reviewed by Chris Mosey

What makes this album stand out among the welter of Treasury Show releases is that most of the tracks feature Oscar Pettiford on bass. Duke Ellington hired many excellent bass players but only two who were great. The first was Jimmy Blanton. In the short time he was with the band--from 1939-1941--he transformed ...


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