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All The Hits And More 1927-54
Artist: Duke Ellington
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 04/07/2023
UPC: 824046717223

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1. East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
2. Black And Tan Fantasy
3. Creole Love Call
4. Black Beauty
5. Doin' The New Low Down
6. Diga Diga Doo
7. The Mooche
8. Three Little Words
9. Ring Dem Bells
10. Blue Again
11. Mood Indigo
12. Rockin' In Rhythm
13. Creole Rhapsody Part 1
14. Limehouse Blues
15. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
16. Creole Rhapsody (New Version)
17. Rose Room (In Sunny Roseland)
18. Moon Over Dixie
19. Best Wishes
20. Blue Ramble
21. Drop Me Off In Harlem
22. Sophisticated Lady
23. Stormy Weather
24. I'm Satisfied
25. In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
26. Daybreak Express
27. Cocktails For Two
28. Moon Glow
29. Solitude
30. Saddest Tale
31. Merry Go Round
32. In A Sentimental Mood
33. Accent On Youth
34. Cotton
35. Isn't Love The Strangest Thing?
36. Love Is Like A Cigarette
37. Clarinet Lament
38. Echoes Of Harlem
39. Oh Babe! Maybe Someday
40. Jazz Lips
41. Yearning For Love
42. The New East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
43. There's A Lull In My Life
44. Scattin' At The Kit Kat
45. Caravan
46. Azure
47. All God's Chillun Got Rhythm
48. Diminuendo In Blue
49. Crescendo In Blue
50. Harmony In Harlem
51. If You Were In My Place (What Would You Do?)
52. I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
53. The Gal From Joe's
54. La Do Doody Do
55. Lambeth Walk
56. Prelude To A Kiss
57. Something To Live For
58. You, You, Darlin'
59. Ko Ko
60. At A Dixie Roadside Diner
61. Sepia Panorama
62. Harlem Air Shaft
63. In A Mellotone
64. All Too Soon
65. Flamingo
66. Take The A Train
67. I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
68. Hayfoot, Strawfoot
69. Just A-Settin' And A-Rockin'
70. Rocks In My Bed
71. Things Ain't What They Used To Be
72. Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Never No Lament)
73. The 'C' Jam Blues
74. Perdido
75. Bojangles
76. A Slip Of The Lip (Can Sink A Ship)
77. Sentimental Lady
78. Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
79. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
80. Main Stem
81. My Little Brown Book
82. Someone
83. I Don't Mind
84. I'm Beginning To See The Light
85. Don't You Know I Care (Or Don't You Care To Know)
86. I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues
87. Come To Baby, Do
88. I'm Just A Lucky So-And-So
89. Don't Be So Mean To Baby (Cause Baby's So Good To You)
90. Satin Doll
91. Boo Dah
92. Skin Deep

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DUKE ELLINGTON - ALL THE HITS AND MORE 1927-54 - It's a comprehensive overview of his most successful output during a primary era of his career Duke Ellington was one of the most important and influential figures in the entire history of jazz, as pianist, bandleader, composer and innovator, his career spanning half century as the genre evolved from the early days of electric recording. However, while critics and commentators focus on his over-arching significance as a giant of the medium, it's easy to forget that he was a genius at composing tune and songs for the medium of the 3-minute 78rpm single, and during the first three decades of his career before rock 'n' roll changed the pop landscape irrevocably, he had more than 70 records that were credited as chart hits. This great-value 4-CD set comprised all those 77 recordings which are listed in recognised sources as hits, plus another 20 or so which are regarded as significant compositions which became standards, or were hits for other artists. It includes his No. 1s with "Three Little Words", "Cocktails For Two", "I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart", and the Billboard R&B No. 1s "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", "Sentimental Lady", "Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me" and "Main Stem", along with classics like "Mood Indigo", "Sophisticated Lady", "Moon Glow", "Solitude", "Caravan", "Take The 'A' Train" and "I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good". It's a comprehensive overview of his most successful output during a primary era of his career, and a great showcase for the artistry which made the Duke such a revered and iconic personality.