Duke Ellington: The Big Band Feeling

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2004
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Duke Ellington: The Big Band Feeling captures one of the greatest musicians and composers ever, Duke Ellington, performing some of his timeless performances and classic songs at the height of his career. This collection features twelve of his most cherished songs, including "Sophisticated Lady," "Caravan," "The Mooch," "VP's Boogie," "Solitude," "Mood Indigo," "The Hawk Talks," "I Got It Bad and It Ain't Good," "Bli-Blip," "Flamingo," "Cottontail" and "C Jam Blues." Duke Ellington, one of the pivotal characters in jazz history, is generally considered one of the most accomplished musicians and composers of all time. Over the course of his career he composed more than 1,000 works of music. Many of his works appear in songbooks and collection of musician scores, without a doubt delegating his work as canonical and timeless. He played the role of lead pianist, band leader and composer as he pioneered the jazz genre many times over. His work has been accepted as having profound influence on almost every popular genre of music to this day.moreless

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