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Here’s a selection of what my iPod says are my most listened-to Ellington songs. Continue reading
A look at the great, underrated tenor saxophonist in Ellington’s late band, Harold Ashby. Continue reading
Geographically titled songs by Ellington and his associates. Continue reading
This is the last part of our look at the 25 double CD set of Storyville’s Treasury Show series…. Continue reading
A belated podcast celebrating the 120th anniversary of Duke Ellington’s birth and the 2 anniversary of Ellington Reflections!
A look at the magical teaming of Duke and Ella….
These four CD sets are a great start to a Duke Ellington collection at a reasonable price. Continue reading
William Alexander “Sonny” Greer was the Ellington band’s first drummer; his tenure was from 1923-51.
A look at the music of Ben Webster after his tenure with the Duke Ellington Orchestra. Continue reading
The addition of Ben Webster in 1940 permanently brought Ellington’s saxophone section to five members. But Webster’s tenor voice was to impact the band far beyond his four year tenure. Continue reading
Examining different interpretations of Ellington’s Far East Suite Continue reading
Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and the Ellington orchestra meet in 1958.
Duke Ellington’s career is given a boost by the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival by a spirited performance of
a pair of vintage compositions. Continue reading