Carnegie Hall November 13 1948 is a live album by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra.
It was recorded in New York.
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Songs On Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall November 13 1948
The details of what’s on the album has been taken from Discogs.
Three Cent Stomp 3:21
Lady Of The Lavender Mist 3:53
Suddenly It Jumped 2:37
Reminiscing In Tempo 12:04
She Wouldn’t Be Moved 4:59
The Symphomaniac: Symphonic Or Bust 5:18
The Symphomaniac: How You Sound 3:48
My Friend 5:58
Tootin’ Through The Roof 3:41
Creole Love Call 4:03
Don’t Blame Me 2:37
The Tattooed Bride 12:19
Manhattan Murals 6:32
Lush Life – 6:33
Hy’a Sue – 7:29
Fantazm – 5:30
You Ought’a – 3:23
Brown Betty – 5:37
Humoresque – 4:21
How High The Moon – 4:51
Cotton Tail – 3:13
Don’t Be So Mean To Baby (‘Cause Baby’s So Good To You) – 2:41
Lover Come Back To Me – 2:38
Trees – 3:56
It’s Monday Everyday – 3:06
Duke Ellington Hits Medley – 9:39
Limehouse Blues – 3:20
Just A-Settin’ and A-Rockin’ – 4:50
Trumpets No End – 3:33
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be – 0:38
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