Duke Ellington: Swinging at His Best

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Released 2004

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2004
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Duke Ellington: Swinging at His Best is a collection of some of Duke Ellington's most memorable performances and biggest hits. Duke Ellington: Swinging at His Best features performances of "Mood Indigo," "I Got It Bad," "Cotton Tail" and "Take the 'A' Train" as well as other remarkable demonstrations of his genius from other concerts and performances during the height of his career. Duke Ellington is considered one of the greatest composers of all time. He composed well over 1,000 pieces during the course of his career, which have been collected into many songbooks in publications across the world. His career saw him play the role of lead pianist, band leader, as well as composer, as he paved the way for the progression of many musical genres, including jazz, as well as other genres including blues, gospel, film, pop and classical. He won many awards during his life time for his dedication to music and his pursuit to elevate it to a form of art.moreless
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