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CARNEGIE HALL CONCERTS - JANUARY 1943
(CD double PRESTIGE / 34004 2)

Carnegie Hall, New York - January 23, 1943



CD 1 : The star spangled banner / Black and tan fantasy / Rockin' in rhythm / Moon mist / Jumpin' punkins / Portrait of Bert Williams / (Portrait of) Bojangles / Portrait of Florence Mills (Black beauty) / Ko-ko / Dirge / Stomp (Johnny come lately) / Are you stickin' ? / Black, Brown and Beige : first movement.

CD 2 : Black, Brown and Beige : second and third movements / Bakiff / Jack the bear / Blue belles of Harlem / Cotton tail / Day dream / Boy meets horn / Rose of the rio Grande / Don't get around much anymore / Goin' up / Mood indigo.

LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL 1943
(CD double STORYVILLE / 103 8341) Denmark

Carnegie Hall, New York - December 11, 1943



CD 1 : The star spangled banner / Take the A train / Moon mist / Tea for two / Honeysuckle rose / Stardust / C jam blues / West indian influence / Lighter attitude / New world a-coming / Floor show / Don't get around much anymore.

CD 2 : Introduction by Duke Ellington / Ring dem bells / Ellington medley : In a sentimental mood - Mood indigo - Sophisticated lady - Caravan - Solitude - I let a song go out of my heart / Jack the bear / Do nothing till you hear from me / Summertime / Cottontail / Black and tan fantasy / Rockin' in rhythm / Sentimental lady / Trumpet in spades / Things ain't what they used to be.

DECEMBER 11th, 1943 AT CARNEGIE HALL
(30 cm INDIGO / IND 9607)

Carnegie Hall, New York - December 11, 1943

Included in the previous album


The star spangled banner / Take the A train / Moon mist / Tea for two / Honeysuckle rose / Black, Brown and Beige : parties 1 et 2 / Ring dem bells / Ellington medley / Jack the bear / Do nothing till you hear from me / Black and tan fantasy.

DUE ELLINGTON AT CARNEGIE HALL
(30 cm EVEREST RECORDS / FS 327) USA

Carnegie Hall, New York - December 11, 1943

Same as previous album

CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT 1943
(30 cm JAZZ SOCIETY / 67 402) France

Carnegie Hall, New York - December 11, 1943

Same as previous album

LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL - DECEMBER 11, 1943
(CD MADACY ENTERTAINMENT / SCW 2 2382)

Carnegie Hall, New York - December 11, 1943

Same as previous album without "Black and tan fantasy"

CARNEGIE HALL CONCERTS - DECEMBER 1944
(CD double PRESTIGE / 24 073 2)

Carnegie Hall, New York - December 19, 1944



CD 1 : Blutopia / Midriff / Creole love call / Suddenly it jumped / Pitter panther patter / It don't mean a thing (If you ain't got that swing) / Things ain't what they used to be / Perfume suite : Introduction - Sonata - Strange feeling - Dancers in love - Coloratura.

CD 2 : Black, Brown and Beige : Work song - The blues - Three dances (West indian dance - Creamy brown - Emancipation celebration) - Come Sunday / The mood to be wooed / Blue cellophane / Blue skies (Trumpets no end) / Frankie and Johnny.

CARNEGIE HALL CONCERTS - JANUARY 1946
(CD double PRESTIGE / 24 074 2)

Carnegie Hall, New York - January 4, 1944



CD 1 : Caravan / In a mellow tone / Solid old man / Selections from Black, brown and beige : Spiritual (Come Sunday) - Work song - The blues / Rugged Romeo / Sono / Air-conditioned jungle / Pitter panther patter.

CD 2 : Take the A train / A tonal group : Melloditti - Fugeaditty - Jam-a-ditty / Magenta haze / Diminuendo in blue - Transblucency / Crescendo in blue / Suburbanite / I'm just a lucky so and so / Riffin' drill.

DUKE ELLINGTON AT CARNEGIE HALL
(30 cm QUEEN DISC / Q 018) Italy

Carnegie Hall, New York - November 23, 1946

The eighth veil / Golden feather / Flippant furry / Golden cress / The Unbooted character / Leonard Feather's V-disc introduction to "Deep South suite" and "Golden cress" / Sultry sunset / Deep South suite : Magnolias dripping with molasses - Hearsay or Orson Welles - There was nobody looking - Happy-go-lucky local.

CARNEGIE HALL CONCERTS - DECEMBER 1947
(30 cm double PRESTIGE / 24075)

Carnegie Hall, New York - December 27, 1947



DISC 1 : The new look (Snibor) / Blue Serge / Triple play / Harlem airshaft / Johnny Hodges medley : Wanderlust - Junior hop - Jeep's blues - Squatty roo - The mood to be wooed / Mella brava / Kickapoo joy juice / On a turquoise cloud / Bakiff / Liberian suite : I like sunrise.

DISC 2 : Liberian suite (continue) : Dances 1 à 5 / Cottontail / Theme medley : East Saint Louis toodle-Oo - Echoes of Harlem - Black and tan fantasy - Things ain't what they used to be / Basso profundo / New York City blues / Clothed woman / Trumpets no end (Blue skies).

CARNEGIE HALL CONCERTS
(8 CD Box Set PRESTIGE)

Carnegie Hall, New York - January, 1943 to December 1947

This box group together the CARNEGIE HALL CONCERTS JANUARY 1943, DECEMBER 1944, JANUARY 1946 and DECEMBER 1947

CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT 1948
(30 cm double CARACOL / 436/437)

Carnegie Hall, New York - November 13, 1948

Included in next CD


DISC 1 : Brown Betty / Humoresque / How high the moon / Cotton tail / Limehouse blues / Just a-settin' and a-rockin' / Trumpet no ends / Manhattan murals / Lush life / Don't blame me.

DISC 2 : Hy'a Sue / Fantazm / You oughta / My friend / Tootin' through the roof / Symphomaniac / Lady of the lavender mist / She wouldn't be moved.

CARNEGIE HALL, NOVEMBER 13, 1948
(CD double VINTAGE JAZZ CLASSICS / VJC 1024 2)

Carnegie Hall, New York - November 13, 1948



CD 1 : Three cent stomp / Lady of the lavender mist / Suddenly it jumped / Reminiscing in tempo / She wouldn't be moved / The symphoniac : Symphonic or bust - How you sound / My friend / Tootin' through the roof / Creole love call / Don't blame me / Paradise / The tattoed bride / Manhattan murals.

CD 2 : Lush life / Hy'a Sue / Fantazm / You ought'a / Brown Betty / Humoresque / How high the moon / Cotton tail / Don't be so mean to baby ('Cause baby's so good to you) / Lover come back to me / Trees / It's monday every day / Duke Ellington hits medley : Fanfare - Don't get around much anymore - Do nothin' til you hear from me - In a sentimental mood - Mood indigo - I'm beginning to see the light - Sophisticated lady - Caravan - It don't mean a thing - Solitude - I let a song go out of my heart - Don't get around much anymore / Limehouse blues / Just a-settin' and a-rockin' / Trumpets no end / Things ain't what they used to be.

CONCERT AT CARNEGIE HALL
(30 cm double DJM RECORDS / DJD 28 023)

Carnegie Hall, New York - November 14 and 15, 1952
Duke Ellington, Stan Getz, Charlie Parke, Billie Holiday




DISC 1 : Duke ELLINGTON : Star spangled banner / The mooche / How high the moon / Lullaby of birdland / The hawk talks / Stan GETZ : There will never be another you / Strike up the band / Charlie PARKER : Just friends / Easy to love.

DISC 2 : Charlie PARKER : Repetition / Night in Tunisia / 52nd street theme / Duke ELLINGTON and Dizzy GILLESPIE : Body and soul / Duke ELLINGTON : The tattooed bride / Medley / Billie HOLIDAY : Lover come back to me.

25th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
(30 cm double FDC / FDC 1005/63) UK - Limited edition

Carnegie Hall, New York - November 14 and 15, 1952
Duke Ellington, Stan Getz, Charlie Parke, Billie Holiday

Same as previous album

CARNEGIE HALL '64 volume two
(CD MOON RECORDS / MCD068 2)

Carnegie Hall, New York - March 29, 1964



Stompy Jones - Take the A train / Caravan / Tutti for Cootie / Isfahan / Things ain't what they used to be / Banquet / Skillipoop / The prowling cat / Kinda dukish - Rockin' in rhythm / Satin doll / Monologue / Jam with Sam / Jones.


CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT, New York - March 26, 1967 - See THE GREATEST JAZZ CONCERT OVER THE WORLD (Concerts sixties)



CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT, New York - July 8, 1972 - See RUGGED JUNGLE (Concerts seventies)