This is the discography of Duke Ellington. Most of these recordings are listed by the year they were recorded rather than year released. Reissues are listed for most of the recordings released before the 1950s, as the original 78s are rare.
Duke Ellington's Sacred Concerts. In the last decade of his life, Duke Ellington wrote three Sacred Concerts: 1965 - A Concert of Sacred Music. 1968 - Second Sacred Concert. 1973 - Third Sacred Concert. Ellington called these concerts "the most important thing I have ever done". He said many times that he was not trying to compose a "Mass" (liturgy).
The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December 1944, 1977. Suddenly It Jumped, 02:50. The Mood to Be Wooed, 04:47. Blue Cellophane, 03:15.
Artist: Duke Ellington Title: 2 Great Concerts Year Of Release: 1952-1965 Label: Accord Genre: Jazz, Swing, Big Band Quality: FLAC (tracks+. First Duke Ellington and his orchestra are heard in 1952 during a period when they were being overlooked by the jazz media but still producing a great deal of worthy music.
The Great Concerts (London & New York 1963-1964). Disc One of The Great Concerts is made up of London concerts from 1963 and 1964. Every side has passages and solos that alone make this reissue an outstanding set to own.
|Take The A Train||2:00|
|Something To Live For||2:09|
|Do Nothing 'Till You Hear From Me||2:27|
|The Hawk Talks||2:35|
|How High The Moon||3:57|
|Take The A Train||0:54|
|Meow, Shorted Encore||4:21|
|I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good||4:00|
|Harmony In Harlem||2:54|
|Things Ain't What They Used To Be||3:31|
|The New Concerto For Cootie||6:08|
|Rockin' In Rhythm||6:00|
|Take The A Train||1:00|
|Album Double 228||Duke Ellington||2 Great Concerts (2xLP)||Disques Festival||Album Double 228||France||Unknown|
|302 282||Duke Ellington||2 Great Concerts (CD)||Accord||302 282||France||1987|
|30 543||Duke Ellington||2 Great Concerts (Cass)||Disques Festival||30 543||France||Unknown|