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  1. Tolrajas Reply

    Masterpieces by Ellington is the first LP album by American pianist, composer, and bandleader Duke Ellington, recorded for the Columbia label in It was one of the earliest inch LPs to take advantage of the extended time available and consisted of four tracks, three of them "concert arrangements" of Ellington standards and one, "The Tattooed Bride," a recent tone poem.

  2. Fenrirn Reply

    Terry's matchless fluegelhorn is featured extensively on Wilkins' "Big Bad Band" and "Take the 'A' Train," while his trumpet shines during Wess' "Shell Game" and he adds a plunger mute for a very effective arrangement of Billy Strayhorn's "Rock Skippin' at the Blue Note.".

  3. Kicage Reply

    Rock Skippin' (At the Blue Note) was initially recorded by the Ellington orchestra in It appeared again in the Strayhorn tribute album And His Mother Called Him Bill." It begins simply with an eight-bar piano solo from Ellington leading into a catchy melody.

  4. Zulkigul Reply

    Rock-Skippin' at the Blue Note. Duke Ellington. From the Album Masterpieces By Ellington January 1, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now Go Unlimited Start your day free trial.

  5. Maushakar Reply

    Rock Skippin' At The Blue Note: Credits Bass – Wendell Marshall; Drums – Sonny Greer; Horn [Flugelhorn, Uncredited] – Mercer Ellington; Piano – Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington; Saxophone.

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  7. Nikolrajas Reply

    Kirchner, who switches to clarinet on "Rock Skippin' at the Blue Note" and "I Almost Said Goodbye," has a tone on soprano that is a little reminiscent of Steve Lacy, although his choice of notes is his own.

  8. Tut Reply

    Rock Skippin' (At The Blue Note) B5: All Day Long: B6: Lotus Blossom: Companies, etc. Pressed By – Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH – Credits Alto Saxophone.

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