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Duke Ellington

(April 29th 1899 - May 24th 1974)

A jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader prominent on the New York scene beginning in the early '20s, whose long and fruitful career spanned more than fifty years.


Birmingham Breakdown (2:52)

Black and Tan Fantasy (15:27)

Black Beauty (3:12)

Chicago Stomp Down (2:44)

Creole Love Call (3:13)

East Saint Louis Toddle-oo (3:36)

Flaming Youth (2:19)

Goin' Nuts (2:36)

Hop Head (2:59)

Hot And Bothered (2:42)

I Must Have That Man (3:29)

Jazz Lips (3:12)

Jubilee Stomp (2:48)

Jungle Nights in Harlem (2:57)

New Orleans Low-Down (3:03)

Old Man Blues (3:27)

Swampy River (3:00)

Take It Easy (3:11)

The Mooche (3:08)

Tishomingo Blues (3:05)

What Can A Poor Fellow Do? (3:10)

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