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Take The A Train - Duke Ellington - Planet Jazz (CD)

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  1. If you are familiar with the jazz composition, “Take the A Train,” then you know something about not only Duke Ellington, but also Billy “Sweet Pea” Strayhorn, its composer. Strayhorn joined Ellington’s band in , at the age of twenty four. Ellington liked what he saw in .
  2. Duke Ellington Take the a Train Lyrics More music MP3 download song lyrics: Everybody's Somebody's Fool Lyrics, She Lyrics, O Little Town of Bethlehem Lyrics, Video Lyrics, Stars Fell on Alabama Lyrics, You Are Lyrics, Good Morning Starshine Lyrics, So Comfortable Lyrics, Impromptu in F Minor Op. No.
  3. Swing Jazz › Classic Big Band Share. Takin' The 'A' Train by Duke Ellington was previously released on the Soundies label. That 2-CD set was Titled "Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra The Complete Standard Transcriptions". This current reissue has three fewer tracks. They are "Bounce", "The Girl in my Dreams", and "You and I"/5(3).
  4. "Take The A Train" - Duke Ellington, (swing jazz) In , pianist Billy Strayhorn wrote a song that would soon become the national anthem of the New York City subway transit system. The tune became the signature number for Duke Ellington and his orchestra, as .
  5. Duke Ellington (Edward Kennedy Ellington, April 29, - May 24, ) was an American jazz composer, pianist and bandleader, one of the most influential figures in jazz, if not in all American music. Duke Ellington composed over songs, including: "It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing", "Sophisticated Lady", "Mood Indigo.
  6. Take the "A" Train (Pittsburgh Jazz Festival) obviously not at its high octane peak minus the great Johnny Hodges but still able to out swing any orchestra on the planet. Ellington takes a much more central role in the music with a driving piano that is more front and center than in previous years. The sound quality on the cds is.
  7. Take The A Train Lyrics: You must take the "A"-Train / To go to sugar hill way up in Harlem / If you miss the "A"-Train / You'll find you missed the quickest way to Harlem / Hurry - get on now it.
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