Duke Ellington and His Orchestra: 1928 (Classics). Complete Vol. 1: 1925–1928 (Columbia – France) (released 1973). Duke Ellington: The Beginning 1926–1928 (Decca Jazz Heritage Series). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1927–1928 (Classics). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1928 (Classics). Flaming Youth (1927–1929) (RCA Victor) (Released 1965). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1928–1929 (Classics). Hot in Harlem Vol. 2 (1928–1929, Decca Jazz Heritage Series) (1 disc). Rockin' in Rhythm Vol. 3 (1929–1931, Decca Jazz Heritage Series) (1 disc, DL 79247). The Duke Box (Storyville, 8 discs, released 2007). The Gold Collection, 40 Classic Performances (Proper/Retro) (2 discs).
Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra. A3. –Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra. All selections previously released on Decca album old number DL7-9241 entitled Hot In Harlem Vol. 2 (1928-1929). Other Versions (5 of 12) View All. Cat.
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings). 4. Perdido, Ellington Uptown (Mono Version). 5. The Mooche, Hot and Bothered (Mono Version). 8. Mood Indigo, Duke Elligton Jungle Style (Mono Version). 48. The Star-Crossed Lovers, Such Sweet Thunder, Vol. 7 (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1957 - The Suites). 49. Entr'acte, The Nutcracker Suite: Ellington, Strayhorn and Tchaikovsky: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, 1960, Stereo. 50. Purple Gazelle, Afro Bossa. 51. Echoes of the Jungle, Daybreak Express. Time for Hot Jazz Songs, Vol. 2 (Remastered). In a Sentimental Mood - Classic Duke Elllington and His Orchestra.
Boisterous Exuberant Freewheeling Fun Playful Rollicking Rousing Carefree Cheerful Humorous Stylish. Jazz Heritage: Duke Ellington, Vol. 2: Hot in Harlem.
Hot in Harlem, Vol. 2 (1926-1928). Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. 3 more albums featuring this track. The band started in New York City under name of the Washingtonians in 1923, they then briefly became known as Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra, then as Duke Ellington and his Cotton Club Orchestra from 1927 to 1930. It was through weekly radio broadcasts from the Cotton Club that the orchestra gained nationwide exposure and became famous. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra is perhaps the greatest of all Jazz bands.
A1 –Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra The Mooche. A2 –Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra Louisiana. A3 –Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra Awful Sad. 3:13. Duke Ellington Hot In Harlem. And His. (1928-1929) (LP, Orchestra. Duke Ellington "Hot In Harlem". (1928-1929) Vol. 2. Orchestra.
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