Duke Ellington – Piano In The Foreground (200g) - AudioSoundMusic
Duke Ellington – Piano In The Foreground (200g) - AudioSoundMusic
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Duke Ellington – Piano In The Foreground (200g) - AudioSoundMusic
Duke Ellington – Piano In The Foreground (200g) - AudioSoundMusic

Duke Ellington – Piano In The Foreground (200g)

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Piano – Duke Ellington [click here to see more vinyl featuring Duke Ellington]

Double Bass – Aaron Bell

Drums – Sam Woodyard

Written by Duke Ellington (A2, A4-5, B2-6), Vernon Duke (A1), Ira Gershwin (A1, B1), Aaron Bell (A2, B6), Edward Heyman (A3), Robert Sour (A3), Frank Eyton (A3), Johnny Green (A3), George Gershwin (B1), Dubose Heyward (B1), Steve Allen (B5)

 

1LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 200g SuperVinyl

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Classic Records (now part of Analogue Productions)

Original Label : Columbia

Recorded March 1, 1961 at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles

Engineered by Alan Emig

Produced by Irv Townsend

Originally released in 1961

Reissued in 2004

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. I Can't Get Started
  2. Cong-Go
  3. Body And Soul
  4. Blues For Jerry
  5. Fontainebleau Forest

Side B:

  1. Summertime
  2. It's Bad To Be Forgotten
  3. A Hundred Dreams Ago
  4. So
  5. Yearning For Love
  6. Springtime In Africa

     

    Reviews:

    “This rare trio session by Duke Ellington (on which he is joined by bassist Aaron Bell and drummer Sam Woodyard) was the first of several in the early '60s that featured his piano in a variety of settings. It is particularly interesting hearing Ellington, along with three standards and a blues, performing some of his rarer compositions such as "Cong-go, Fontainbleau Forest," "It's Bad to Be Forgotten" and "A Hundred Dreams Ago." One wishes that today's revivalists when playing "the Duke Ellington Songbook" would bring back some of his true obscurities such as the ones on this somewhat forgotten session.” AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow

     

    Ratings :

    Discogs : 4,42 / 5

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