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The Treasury Shows, Vol. 25 (Disc 2)

Duke Ellington and His Orchestra

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1
At's in There
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
4:02
2
Design for Jivin'
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
4:41
3
Jump for Joy
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:59
4
Solid Old Man & Sentimental Lady
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:10
5
Take the a Train #2
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
0:30
6
Now I Know
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:59
7
Perdido
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
4:51
8
Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:17
9
Suddenly It Jumped
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:38
10
Indiana
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:20
11
How Blue the Night
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:01
12
Stomp, Look and Listen
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
4:10
13
Jumpin' Frog Jump
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:43
14
Perdido #2
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
4:55
15
Do Nothin' Till You Hear #2
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:52
16
Blue Skies
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:51
Total Playing Time    54:59
Storyville Records presents Volume 25 in the Duke Ellington Treasury Shows series, the final volume of this collectors’ special broadcast series. In April 1945, to promote the sale of war bonds, the US Treasury Department contacted Duke Ellington to do a series of 55-minute public broadcasts. These sessions would give Ellington a wide choice of material to perform including his older work; new instrumentals and pop tunes and his extended works as well. And now it is 2018, and we have made the home run: this volume is the final one of this series of 50 CDs altogether, with all the known Treasury shows from 1945 to 1953, and new, hitherto mostly unreleased bonus broadcast material from the 1940s.
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