Who Said Its Tight Like That - Duke Ellington - The Perfect Era (Vinyl, LP)


Download Who Said Its Tight Like That - Duke Ellington - The Perfect Era (Vinyl, LP)
1973
Label: Minos (2) - MILP 10006 • Series: History Of Jazz • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: Greece • Genre: Jazz •


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  1. Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, – May 24, ) was an American composer, pianist, and leader of a jazz orchestra, which he led from until his death over a career spanning more than six decades.. Born in Washington, D.C., Ellington was based in New York City from the mids onward and gained a national profile through his orchestra's appearances at the Cotton Club in.
  2. The recording absolutely captures the "being there" feeling 50+ years later. Not my first choice of jazz music but some things defy time and space. I think that (a big think) a lot of later even Avant garde and later genres will have their roots in Duke Ellington's music. Sir Duke /5().
  3. This is a Columbia Ellington date just before the label, apparently totally unexpectedly, ended its relation with Duke Ellington, who then went to Sinatra's Reprise label, where he was not given the welcome of which he seemed clearly deserving (Sinatra would record with him only once--in on a date that is among the least "Ellingtonian" of all of Duke's recordings)/5(17).
  4. "Released in , this was Ellington's first LP, and he used the new medium to stretch out four of his biggest hits. The arrangements are jaw-droppingly gorgeous and the sound just slightly less so. Recorded by Fred Plaut, who later miked Kind of Blue and other Columbia classics, it has the dynamics, depth, and in-your-face tonal realism of a modern (mono) audiophile thumper.
  5. Released in , this was Ellington's first LP, and he used the new medium to stretch out four of his biggest hits. The arrangements are jaw-droppingly gorgeous and the sound just slightly less so. Recorded by Fred Plaut, who later miked Kind of Blue and other Columbia classics, it has the dynamics, depth, and in-your-face tonal realism of a modern (mono) audiophile thumper.
  6. Apr 21,  · From Stevie Wonder’s classic “Songs in the Key of Life,” “Sir Duke” paid tribute, in large part, to jazz great Duke Ellington, who’d passed away in
  7. Earl Kenneth Hines, also known as Earl "Fatha" Hines (December 28, – April 22, ), was an American jazz pianist and ractgadragimarbo.fullledevilmesitimentmoburarle.co was one of the most influential figures in the development of jazz piano and, according to one source, "one of a small .
  8. The first disc, mostly made up of late- '40s music rooted in the dance beat of the swing era, isn't too bad at all -- Duke Ellington performing "Perdido," the Basie band swinging through "Rambo.
  9. The Sidewinder’s title song, with its jaunty soul jazz groove and infectious horn motifs, was a hit single for Blue Note and helped the parent album become the label’s best-selling LP. Aside.

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