Duke Ellington - Ellington At Newport FLAC album
Title: Ellington At Newport
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Ellington at Newport is a 1956 live jazz album by Duke Ellington and his band of their 1956 concert at the Newport Jazz Festival, a concert which revitalized Ellington's flagging career. It stood for everything that jazz had been and could b.
Duke Ellington's appearance at the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival has long been famous, and justifiably so. Paul Gonsalves' 27-chorus tenor solo on "Diminuendo in Blue and Crescendo in Blue" practically started a riot at Newport and made headlines around the world. The momentum generated by this concert led to Ellington's comeback and never let up during his 18 remaining years. A double CD put out in 1999 presents the entire concert performance, previously unheard material, and a few revelations.
When Duke Ellington took his orchestra to the Newport Jazz Festival in 1956, the band was in need of an uplift, some humongous event that would revitalize its image in the wake of bebop, hard bop, and so many more jazz currents. Ellington got the lift he needed when he called "Diminuendo in Blue" with set-closer "Crescendo in Blue" tacked on the end. Tenor saxophonist Paul Gonsalves got the nod from Ellington to segue from "Diminuendo" to "Crescendo," and he blew doors
Artist: Duke Ellington Album: Ellington At Newport (Complete) Genre: Big Band Label: Columbia Released: 1956/1999 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: CD 1: Star Spangled Banner (1:14). Black And Tan Fantasy (6:21). Duke Introduces Cook & Tune (0:27). Part III - Newport Up (5:32). Duke Announces Hamilton,Gonsalves, & Terry; Duke Introduces Carney & Tune (0:26). Sophisticated Lady (3:53). Duke Announces Grissom & Tune (0:17). Day In, Day Out (3:50). Duke Introduces Tune(s) And Paul Gonsalves Interludes (0:26). Diminuendo In Blue And Crescendo In Blue (14:20).
More albums from Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington Present. y Duke Ellington. Cotton Club-1938, Volume Two, Three Blind Mice by Duke Ellington. Ultra De Luxe by Duke Ellington. The Popular Duke Ellington by Duke Ellington. Francis A. & Edward K. by Duke Ellington. Harlem, New World A’Coming, The Golden Broom And The Green Apple by Duke Ellington. Ella At Duke’s Place by Duke Ellington. Live Part 1 by Duke Ellington. More albums from Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington Present.
For Jazz, Ellington was the first orchestra leader to substitute voices for instruments, he popularized the Baritone Sax when he engaged Harry Carney, he influenced countless bands and dance orchestras. Beginning with his "Jungle Band" to his "Famous Orchestra" which appeared at Carnegie Hall numerous times and even introduced several Jazz suite that Duke had composed, Ellington his the most successful and important orchestra leader in Jazz history. Success did not come easily taking him many years of devoted work to make a name for himself.
Duke Ellington, The Buck Clayton. Follow Me. Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges. Just a little Memory.
Prior to Newport, Duke Ellington's band had been in a creative and commercial downturn-so there was little buildup to this set. Now part of jazz lore, it’s immortalized for the riot-inducing 27-chorus solo by tenor saxophonist Paul Gonsalves on Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue (where Ellington can be heard urging him on as the crowd erupts) and several other tracks that fed off the crowd’s energy, particularly Skin Deep and a stompin’ Jeep’s Blues. It's the recording that made Ellington the beloved elder statesman we know him as today
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