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Old Man Blues

Check And Double Check

Duke Ellington

1930
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
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Instrumental

Pathetone Weekly

Duke Ellington

1933
Duke Ellington and his Band. Brief clip in Pathetone Weekly.
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Stormy Weather*, Bugle Call Rag, Lightnin', A Bundle Of Blues, Rockin' In Rhythm

A Bundle Of Blues

Duke Ellington

1933
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra. *Ivie Anderson - vocals
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Symphony In Black: A Rhapsody Of Negro Life

Symphony In Black

Duke Ellington

1935
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Cottontail

Soundie

Duke Ellington

1941
Includes Ben Webster - saxophone
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I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good

Soundie

Duke Ellington

1942
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra. Ivie Anderson - vocals
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Flamingo

Soundie

Duke Ellington

1942
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra. Herb Jeffries - vocals
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The Jam Session (C-Jam Blues)

Soundie

Duke Ellington

1942
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
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Mood Indigo, Sophisticated Lady, It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing, Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra

Duke Ellington

1943
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
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Going Up

Cabin In The Sky

Duke Ellington

1943
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
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Caravan, The Hawk Talks, The Mooche, Mood Indigo, Solitude, Sophisticated Lady, V.I.P.'s Boogie

Telescriptions

Duke Ellington

1952
Filmed March 14, 1952. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
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Hits Medley, Sophisticated Lady

Summertime

Duke Ellington

1958
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Includes Black And Tan Fantasy, Creole Love Call, The Mooche, Such Sweet Thunder, Rockin' In Rhythm, Sonnet To Hank Cinq, VIP's Boogie, Jam With Sam, El Gato,

Concert (Zurich)

Duke Ellington

1959
Includes Cat Anderson, Clark Terry, Ray Nance, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Harry Carney
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Take The A Train, Satin Doll, Bloe By Blow, Things Ain't What They Used To Be, VIP's Boogie And Jam With Sam, Kinda Dukish, Good Years Of Jazz

Goodyear Jazz Concert

Duke Ellington

1962
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
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Rockin' In Rhythm, Passion Flower, Things Ain't What They Used To Be

Newport Jazz Festival 1962

Duke Ellington

1962
Freebody Park, Newport, Rhode Island, July 8, 1962. Duke Ellington Orchestra, including Johnny Hodges
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Take The A Train, Satin Doll*

Here's Edie

Duke Ellington

1962
First broadcast October 23, 1962. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, featuring Johnny Hodges, Harry Carney, Ray Nance. *With Edie Adams
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Includes - Satin Doll, Alcibiades (Timon Of Athens March), Tutti For Cootie

The Big Bands

Duke Ellington

1965
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
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Includes - Take The A Train, Impressions Of The Far East, Cotton Tail, Satin Doll, Mood Indigo, Jeep's Blues

Love You Madly

Duke Ellington

1965
Filmed at the Basin St.West Jazz Club, North Beach, 1965. Duke Ellington Orchestra.
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In The Beginning God

Love You Madly

Duke Ellington

1965
Recording session filmed at Coast Recorders, 1965. Duke Ellington Orchestra.
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Instrumental

Monterey Jazz Festival 1965

Duke Ellington

1965
Filmed at Monterey Jazz Festival, September 1965. Duke Ellington Orchestra. Clip featured in 1967 film Love You Madly.
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Black Brown And Beige Overture, Tell Me It's The Truth, In The Beginning God, Ain't But The One, New World A'Coming, The Lord's Prayer, Come Sunday, David Danced Before The Lord With All His Might

Concert Of Sacred Music

Duke Ellington

1965
Filmed Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, September 16, 1965. Duke Ellington Orchestra. Includes - Esther Marrow, Jon Hendricks, Jimmy McPhail - vocals
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Wives And Lovers, Sweet Georgia Brown, So Danco Samba, How High The Moon, Imagine My Frustration, Duke's Place

Concert (Stockholm)

Ella Fitzgerald

1966
Televised concert, Stockholm, Sweden, March 1966. With the Ella Fitzgerald Trio, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
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Mexican Suite, Dont Get Around Much Anymore, Take The A Train, Prelude To A Kiss

Concert (Mexico)

Duke Ellington

1968
Clips from Mexican concerts September 1968. Duke Ellington Orchestra
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Satin Doll

In The Round

Duke Ellington

1970
CBC, Vancouver. With The Doug Parker Band
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Afro-Eurasian Eclipse, Satin Doll, Don't Get Around Much Anymore*, Everyday I Have The Blues*

Monterey Jazz Festival 1970

Duke Ellington

1970
Monterey Jazz Festival September 1970. In the film The Duke At Monterey. Duke Ellington Orchestra, with Woody Herman - saxophone. *With Joe Williams