℗ 1963 Reprise Records
 

Afro Bossa

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra

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1
Afro-Bossa
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
4:17
2
Purple Gazelle
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:45
3
Absinthe
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:20
4
Moonbow
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:32
5
Sempre Amore
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:10
6
Silk Lace
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:30
7
Tigress
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:03
8
Angu
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:37
9
Volupte
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:42
10
Bonga
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:45
11
Pyramid
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
3:00
12
Eighth Veil
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
2:48
Total Playing Time    35:29
Duke and Billy Strayhorn paid homage to the many countries and cultures they'd recently experienced on the 1962 gem, Afro Bossa – featuring their compositions The Eight Veil; Purple Gazelle; Tigress; Afro-Bossa; Angu, and more.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Bros. Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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