Ellington, Duke: At the Cotton Club

Duke Ellington: At the Cotton Club
Title: At the Cotton Club
Label: Storyville Records

Duke Ellington gained fame all over America by performing live on the radio from the Cotton Club, Harlem's elite nightclub in the 1930s. Bandmates include Johnny Hodges, Cootie Williams, Juan Tizol and Ivie Anderson. These are some of those radio recordings from 1937 to 1939.

1.1 Swing Session
1.2 Medley: Solitude/In a Sentimental Mood
1.3 Harmony in Harlem
1.4 If You Were in My Place
1.5 Mood Indigo
1.6 Theme: East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
1.7 Theme: East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
1.8 Oh Babe. Maybe Someday
1.9 Dinah's in a Jam
1.10 If Dreams Come True
1.11 Scrontch
1.12 You Went to My He'd
1.13 Three Blind Mice
1.14 Solitude
1.15 Downtown Uproar
1.16 Dinah's in a Jam
1.17 On the Sunny Side of the Street
1.18 Ev'ry Day
1.19 Azure
1.20 Carnival in Caroline
1.21 Harmony in Harlem
1.22 At Your Beck and Call
1.23 Solitude
1.24 The Gal from Joe's
1.25 Riding on a Blue Note
1.26 If Dreams Come True
2.1 Oh Babe. Maybe Someday
2.2 I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
2.3 Birmingham Breakdown
2.4 Rose Room
2.5 If Dreams Come True
2.6 It's the Dreamer in Me
2.7 Lost in Meditation
2.8 Ev'ry Day
2.9 Echoes of Harlem
2.10 Theme East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
2.11 Jig Walk
2.12 In a Sentimental Mood
2.13 I'm Slapping 7th. Avenue
2.14 Lost in Meditation
2.15 Alabamy Home
2.16 If You Were in My Place
2.17 Prelude in C Sharp Minor
2.18 Rockin' in Rhythm
2.19 Serenade to Sweden
2.20 Rockin' in Rhythm
2.21 In a Red Little Cottage
2.22 Newsreel Clip [Film] [Multimedia Track]

Ellington, Duke: At the Cotton Club

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