Duke Ellington - The Hollywood Bowl Concert - August 31, 1947 FLAC album
Title: The Hollywood Bowl Concert - August 31, 1947
Style: Big Band
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|A2||Overture To A Jam Session||5:57|
|A5||Ring Dem Bells
Vocals – Ray Nance
|A6||Handy Medley (Part 1) Beale Street Blues||3:57|
|B1||Handy Medley (continued) Memphis Blues/St. Louis Blues
Vocals – Ray Nance
|B2||The Golden Feather
Featuring – Harry Carney
|B3||Air Conditioned Jungle
Featuring – Jimmy Hamilton, Oscar Pettiford
Featuring – Lawrence Brown
|B5||Diminuendo In Blue/Transblucency/Crescendo In Blue
Trombone – L.Brown*Vocals – K. Davis*
- Bass – Oscar Pettiford
- Drums – Sonny Greer
- Guitar – Fred Guy
- Piano – Duke Ellington
- Reeds – Al Sears, Harry Carney, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope
- Trombone – Claude Jones, Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn
- Trumpet – Dud Bascomb, Francis Williams, Harold "Shorty" Baker*, Shelton Hamphill
- Trumpet, Violin – Ray Nance