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I Didnt Know About You (Sentimental Lady) - Duke Ellington - The Indispensable Duke Ellington (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Duke Ellington covered Take the "A" Train, Doin' the New Low Down, St. James Infirmary, When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You) and other songs. Duke Ellington originally did Take the "A" Train, Rose of the Rio Grande, St. James Infirmary, When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You) and other songs. Duke Ellington wrote Prelude to a Kiss, It Don't Mean a Thing (If It.
  2. Duke Ellington The Indispensable 2 LP Vinyl Turntable Record LPM $ + $ Shipping. ID4z - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - The Treasury Shows V. I Didn't Know About You Sentimental Lady 2 58 9. Carnegie Blues 2 46 Blue Cellophane 2 54 Black And Tan Fantasy 2 48 Mood Indigo 2 45 Sophisticated Lady 2 39Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Jan 21,  · To say that Duke Ellington (April 29, - May 24, ) had a productive and illustrious career would be a major understatement. As a composer, arranger, pianist and .
  4. newslaneriheartcam.timudjubooksvimamorsocumsbigtorep.infoinfo This three-CD set is a portion of the extraordinary CD set issued by RCA in as The Centennial Edition: The Complete Duke Ellington RCA Victor Recordings and it benefits from the tremendous archival and restoration work involved in that project. It's a full minutes of music recorded in a period of just 20 months between December and September , an in-depth /5(3).
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  6. I Didn't Know About You (Sentimental Lady) Lyrics: I ran around, with my own little crowd / The usual laughs, not often, but loud / And in the world that I knew / I didn't know about you / Chasing.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Indispensable Duke Ellington, Vol. () ] - Duke Ellington on AllMusic -
  8. Duke Ellington's story on record remains the most commanding legacy in the music, impossible to surpass. Duke Ellington progressed quickly from routine hot-dance records to sophisticated and complex three-minute works which showed a rare grasp of the possibilities of the r.p.m. disc.

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