Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944

Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944 is a live album by Duke Ellington.

It was recorded in New York City of December 19, 1944.

This is one of a series of recordings in the 1940s from this regular venue for the Duke Ellington Orchestra.

Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944

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Songs On Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944

Disc 1

Blutopia – 4:22
Midriff – 4:00
Creole Love Call – 6:29
Suddenly It Jumped – 2:50
Pitter Panther Patter – 2:58
It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing) – 3:56
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be – 5:17
Introduction – 0:54
Sonata – 3:15
Strange Feeling – 5:09
Dancers In Love – 2:33
Coloratura – 3:24

Disc 2

Work Song – 7:00
The Blues – 5:25
Three Dances: West Indian Dance/Creamy Brown/Emancipation Celebration – 6:29
Come Sunday – 11:48
The Mood To Be Wooed – 4:47
Blue Cellophane – 3:15
Blue Skies – 3:34
Frankie And Johnny – 8:08

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