Duke Ellington - Rockin' In Rhythm FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Blues
Title: Rockin' In Rhythm
FLAC version ZIP size: 1518 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1466 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1752 mb
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John Pizzarelli takes so naturally to these Ellington classics that if you didn't know better, you might think they were written for him. Following With a Song in My Heart, the 2008 tribute to songwriting icon Richard Rodgers, and, prior to that, 2006's Dear Mr. Sinatra, it would seem that Pizzarelli is systematically checking off all of those to whom he feels indebted. Rockin' in Rhythm doesn't stray all that far stylistically from those previous outings: Pizzarelli isn't out to rewrite history here, just to celebrate a hero. On the zippy opening "In a Mellow Tone," Pizzarelli, his rhythm crew, and his brass section come out swinging.
Of the four recordings of "Rockin' in Rhythm" that Duke Ellington made in 1931, there is debate about which one is the best. Most refer to the Brunswick recording from January 14, although the band also made one for Okeh and two for Victor. The Victor recordings remained in the vault for eight years, which may say something about which versions Victor thought were better. Fitzgerald said of the recording sessions for the album that the spontaneity, "while fun at times, was kind of nerve-wracking. Rockin' in Rhythm" is the lead track of the album, pairing up Fitzgerald's improvisational scat singing with Ellington's orchestra. The album was part of a series of Songbooks in which Fitzgerald paid tribute to composers such as Irving Berlin, Johnny Mercer, and George and Ira Gershwin.
70th Birthday Concert is a live album by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington recorded in England recorded at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester, England and originally released on the Solid State label in 1970. The album was later reissued on CD on the Blue Note label in 1995. All tracks written by Duke Ellington, except where noted.
Just a-Settin' and a Rockin'. Ellington at Newport: The Original Album. The Ellington Suites. The Centennial Anthology. The Very Best of Duke Ellington.
Read about Rockin' in Rhythm (take 1) from Duke Ellington & His Orchestra's Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Volume 1: 1943 and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 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.
Artist: Duke Ellington. Album: The Duke Collection, Vol. 6, Pt. 2, 2006. Nice Ellington performance from the Jazz sixtwofive series. Duke Ellington quotes. It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing).
Rockin' in Rhythm: A Tribute to Duke Ellington. In a Mellow Tone" (Duke Ellington, Milt Gabler) – 4:10. East St. Louis Toodle-Oo/Don't Get Around Much Anymore" (Ellington, Bubber Miley, Bob Russell) – 3:39. Satin Doll" (Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Billy Strayhorn – 3:37. C Jam Blues" (Ellington) – 7:57. In My Solitude" (Eddie DeLange, Ellington, Irving Mills) – 3:50.
|A1||Take The "A" Train|
|A4||Things Ain't What They Used To Be|
|B2||Rockin' In Rhythm|
|B3||C Jam Blues|
|B4||Mr. Gentle & Mr. Cool|
|JHR 73504||Duke Ellington||Rockin'in Rhythm (CD, Comp)||Jazz Hour||JHR 73504||Europe||1989|
|330.7010||Duke Ellington||Rockin' In Rhythm (LP, Album, RE)||RGE||330.7010||Brazil||1990|