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Reissue produced by Orrin Keepnews
Executive Producer: Steve Backer Art Direction/Design: Pietro Alfieri Illustrator: Rob Roth
The 1960s recordings are taken from original analog master tapes.
DUKE ELLINGTON, Billy Strayhorn, at one piano. New York; January 10, 1946.
TONK (master number D6-VB-1518-1/originally issued on 45 rpm: Victor 27-1045)
DRAWING ROOM BLUES (D6-VB-1 519-1 /Vic 20-2327)
ELLINGTON, Junior Raglin, bass; Sonny Greer, drums. New York; May 16, 1945.
FRANKIE AND JOHNNY (D5-VB-271-1/VÍC47-3034)
JUMPIN' ROOM ONLY (D5-VB-272-1 /Vic 20-4281)
ELLINGTON, unaccompanied piano (with full orchestra on last chorus). New York; February 9, 1932.
LOTS O' FINGERS (LBRC-71836-2/Vic L-16007)
(Recorded as the second section of a three-part medley for an experimen¬tal standard-groove long-playing record.)
ELLINGTON, unaccompanied piano. New York; May 14, 1941.
*DEAR OLD SOUTHLAND, (BS-065604-1 /previously unissued Take 1 in the U.S.)
SOLITUDE, Take 1 (BS-065605-1/Vic 27564)
'SOLITUDE, Take 2 (BS-065605-2/unissued in U.S.)
(* These takes included on a 1975 French RCA LP: "Solitude " although obviously from a sub-standard source, is included because of its extreme rarity.)
ELLINGTON, unaccompanied piano. New York; August 30, 1967.
LOTUS BLOSSOM (UPAi-8539/RCA album LPM/LSP 3906)
ELLINGTON, piano; Jimmy Blanton, bass. Chicago; October 1, 1940.
*PITTER PANTHER Take 1 (BS-053504-1/unissued in U.S.) PATTER,
PITTER PANTHER Take 2 (BS-053504-2/Victor 27221) PATTER,
**BODY AND SOUL, Take 1 (BS-053505-1 /Franklin Mint box)
*BODY AND SOUL, Take 2 (BS-053505-2/unissued in U.S.)
BODY AND SOUL, Take 3 (BS-053505-3/Vic 27406)
'SOPHISTICATED LADY, Take 1 (BS-053506-1 /unissued in U.S.)
SOPHISTICATED LADY, Take 2 (BS-053506-2/Vic 27221)
MR. J.B. BLUES, Take 1 (BS-053507-1/ViC 27406)
*MR. J.B. BLUES, Take 2 (BS-053507-2/unissued in U.S.)
(*1975 French RCA ; ** issued in 1983 in an unnumbered Franklin Mint mail-order boxed set).
ELLINGTON, Earl Hines, pianos; Larry Gales, bass; Ben Riley, drums.
Pittsburgh Jazz Festival; June 20, 1965.
HOUSE OF LORDS (TPA5-3356/RCA album LPM/LSP 3499)
ELLINGTON, piano; with Gales, Riley, on "Take the 'A' Train" only. Same festival performance.
THE SECOND PORTRAIT (TPA5-3353/RCA album LPM/LSP 3499)
OF THE LION
TAKE THE "A" TRAIN (TPA5-3362/previously unissued)