Ill Be Home For Christmas - The Duke Ellington Orchestra - Take The Holiday Train (CD, Album)

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Label: Special Music Company - SCD-4604 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band


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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Duke Ellington Orchestra - Take The Holiday Train at Discogs. Complete your The Duke Ellington Orchestra /5(8).
  2. 3. The vocalist (whom I cannot identify and who was not one of Ellington's better ones) is poor, sounding more like soul than real jazz singing. However, the sound is clear and rich, unlike many of Ellington's older works, and there is a non-Christmas piece, "Take the A-Train," which is well done, especially Duke's piano introduction/5(5).
  3. I'll Be Home For Christmas: B3: Jingle Bells/Silver Bells Medley: B4: The Christmas Song: B5: The Duke Ellington Orchestra: Take The Holiday Train ‎ (LP, Album) Holiday (3) HDY US: Sell This Version: SCD The Duke Ellington Orchestra: Take The Holiday Train ‎ (CD, Album) Special Music Company: SCD US: Sell 5/5(1).
  4. Take The Holiday Train I'll Be Home For Christmas 7. Jingle Bells/Silver Bells Medley 8. The Christmas Song 9. Auld Lang Syne. This is a group called the "Duke Ellington Orchestra", but it was recorded decades after Sir Duke himself passed away. 2/5(3).
  5. These late-model interpretations of Christmas classics by the latter-day Duke Ellington Orchestra hint at the greatness of the original outfit; a version of "Take the 'A' Train.
  6. For many more Duke Ellington releases go to: In the early 's the Goodyear Tire Company commisioned 5 short jazz films. The programs.
  7. This is the type of record that Duke Ellington would never have done. Mercer Ellington, as leader of what was left of Duke's Orchestra, has his ensemble play nine Christmas songs, four of which have vocals by Anita quicoralgesile.tergisuresssurdoubtthoucertirethacde.cogh the group has such fine players as bassist Ron Carter, altoist Kenny Garrett (before he joined Miles Davis), trumpeters Barrie Lee Hall and Joe Wilder and trombonist.
  8. Take the Holiday Train by Duke Ellington - CD () for $ from Holiday & Seasonal - Order by Phone Price: $
  9. Compact disc. Performer(s): Duke Ellington Orchestra. Description: 1 audio disc: digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas --Sleigh ride --White Christmas --Santa Claus is coming to town --Winter wonderland --I'll be home for Christmas --Jingle bells/Silver bells medley --The Christmas song --Auld lang syne.

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