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Duke Ellington - Duke´s Place

Duke Ellington - Ellington At Newport 1956 (rem. 1999) - Full Album

Duke Ellington & John Coltrane - The Feeling of Jazz

Partial Discography

The Washingtonians :
* Animal Crackers (1926) - (H. Link / S. Coslow / Rich)
* Black And Tan Fantasy (1927) - (Duke Ellington / Bubber *Miley)
* Black Beauty (Fire Water) (1928) - (Duke Ellington)
* Bugle Call Rag (1928) (Jack Pettris / Elmer Schoebel / Billy Meyers)

*Duke Ellington and his Cotton Club Orchestra (1929-1931) clique aqui

* Ellington at Newport (1956)
* Such Sweet Thunder (1957)
* Indigos (1957)
* Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook (1957)
* Newport 1958 (1958)
* Anatomy of a Murder (Soundtrack album) (1959)
* Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges: Back to Back (1959)
* Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges: Side by Side (1959)
* Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (1962)
* Duke Ellington meets Coleman Hawkins (1962)
* Money Jungle (1962)
* Ella at Duke's Place (1965)
* Ella and Duke at the Cote D'Azur (1966)
* The Far East Suite (1967)
* ...And His Mother Called Him Bill (1967)
* Francis A. & Edward K. (1968)
* Latin American Suite (1968)
* 70th Birthday Concert (1969)
* New Orleans Suite (1971)
* The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse (1971)
* Live at the Whitney (1972)


Money Jungle (1962)

Below is a list of Duke Ellington's individual songs.

East St. Louis Toodle-Oo (1927)
Black & Tan Fantasy (1927)
Black Beauty (1928)
Creole Love Call (1928)
Jubilee Stomp (1928)
The Mooche (1929)
Dreamy Blues/Mood Indigo (1931)
Rockin’ in Rhythm (1931)
Creole Rhapsody (1931)
It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing) (1932)
Sophisticated Lady (1933)
Daybreak Express (1934)
Solitude (1934)
Delta Serenade (1935)
In a Sentimental Mood (1935)
Reminiscing in Tempo (1935)
Clarinet Lament (1936)
Caravan (1937)
Azure (1937)
Diga Diga Doo (1937)
Blue Reverie (1937)
Pyramid (1938)


Duke Ellington Live At Carnegie Hall (1943)
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Ellington At Newport (1956)
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Fontes : Ejazz, Allaboutarts, Wikipédia, Universo Online, António Branco ( Improvisos ao Sul); Lenita Miranda de Figueiredo, Gracco Sílvio Braz e The Duke Ellington Official Web Site