8 thoughts on “ Newport Up - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - Ellington At Newport (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Vorn says:
    "Even Duke Ellington's Orchestra, which had creatively dominated big-band jazz from the late s through to the 40s, was struggling. Ellington's postwar recordings were variable compared to the majestic output of his famous 40s band, and changes in musical fashions were affecting the once-indomitable orchestra's pulling power and record sales/5(58).
  2. Kazik says:
    Love the Duke of Ellington, and this Newport Jazz Festival live recording is above excellent, also the line up of "names" in his orchestra were just the some of the creme de la creme of jazz. A fine recording of Duke Ellington and his incredible music/5().
  3. Tokora says:
    The Newport Jazz Festival put Ellington back on top solely because of the performance of Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue (with 27 choruses by Paul Gonsalves on tenor saxophone) and, aided in large part, by a beautiful blonde woman whose dancing inspired the crowd nearly as /5().
  4. Faekus says:
    Jan 05,  · When Duke Ellington set out to make a live album at the Newport Jazz Festival, he set his sights high, targeting new material that had been played by the band only infrequently in the months leading up to the concert/5(81).
  5. Yozragore says:
    When Duke Ellington took his orchestra to the Newport Jazz Festival in , the band was in need of an uplift, some humongous event that would revitalize its image in the wake of bebop, hard bop, and so many more jazz currents. I bought this album as a vinyl LP when it was first issued all those decades ago. So pleased to be able to get /5().
  6. Kazik says:
    Apr 17,  · 参照 Ellington At Newport, LP, Album, Mono, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, MOFI I have gone through two copies of this pressing, and both have several locked grooves (4 or 5) on the last track of Side B in nearly the same spots/5().
  7. Faumuro says:
    Duke Ellington's appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival has long been famous, and justifiably so. Paul Gonsalves' chorus tenor solo on "Diminuendo in Blue and Crescendo in Blue" practically started a riot at Newport and made headlines around the arovfacecomma.imfrogatharbehyfingirejacassu.co momentum generated by this concert led to Ellington's comeback and never let up during his 18 remaining years.
  8. Zurisar says:
    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.

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