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The Treasury Shows, Volume 18

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: CD1: Jam-A-Ditty; Blue Is The Night; Passion Flower; Take The A Train; Mood To Be Wooed; Caravan; Bond Promo; Don’t Take Your Love From Me; Take The A Train; The Blues; Bond Promo; Sono; One O’Clock Jump; I’m Just A Lucky So And So; Riff Staccato; Just A-Sittin’And A-Rockin’; Rockabye River; Jumping Frog Jump; Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me; Johnny Come Lately; Poinciana; On The Alamo; Three Cent Stomp; I Didn’t Know About You. CD2: Take The A Train; Stompy Jones; Moon Mist; Bond Promo; Just A- Sittin’ And A-Rockin’; I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me; Sophisticate Lady; Bond Promo; Jennie: I’m Just A Lucky So And So; Come Sunday; Light; Bond Promo; We’ll Be Together Again; Hollywood Hangover; Subtle Slough; Bond Promo; Perdido; Time Alone Will Tell; San Fernando Valley; Stomp, Look And Listen; Concerto For Cootie; Long Ago And Far Away; Someone; Suddenly It Jumped; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be.

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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra: The Treasury Shows, Volume 18

Read "The Treasury Shows, Volume 18" reviewed by Chris Mosey

As Duke Ellington leads his band into the opening bars of “Take The A Train," a mighty roar goes up from the radio audience. The moment comes four tracks into the first CD of this double Storyville release, after a somewhat shaky start. With it there's a marvellous feeling of being back in ...


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