Results for "The Treasury Shows, Vol. 24"
Label: Storyville Records
Track listing: CD1: Take The A Train; Harlem Air Shaft; Creole Love Call; C Jam Blues; Is It A Sin?; Just A-Settin’ And A-Rockin’; Moonlight Fiesta; The Hawk Talks; Satin Doll; Take The A Train; Blue Jean Beguine; Boo Dah; Cocktails For Two; Nothin’ Nothin’ Baby; Jump For Joy; Perdido; Blue Moon; Satin Doll; Take The A Train; Concerto For Cootie; Johnny Come Lately; My Heart Tells Me; Blue Skies; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be. CD2: Take The A Train; Caravan; I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart; Bond Promo; The Hawk Talks; Come On Home; Flamingo; Bond Promo; Jump For Joy; Satin Doll; Take The A Train; Take The A Train; The Tattooed Bride; Bond Promo; Nothin’ Nothin’ Baby; Rock Skippin’ At The Blue Note; Just Squeeze Me; Ting-A-Ling; Satin Doll.
by Chris Mosey
The early 1950s were a worrying time for Duke Ellington. Musical tastes were changing and big bands were going out of business. Ellington was nervous. I like to keep a band so I can write and hear the music next day," he said, The only way you can do that is to pay the band and ...