The American Jazz Orchestra Conducted By John Lewis - Ellington Masterpieces album download
|A2||Johnny Come Lately||3:26|
|A3||All Too Soon||4:04|
|B1||Concerto For Cootie||3:35|
|B2||Sidewalks Of New York||3:29|
|B3||Take The "A" Train||3:13|
|B4||Jack The Bear||3:41|
|B6||Rockin' In Rhythm||5:53|
- Art Direction – Bob Defrin
- Artwork By [Cover Illustration] – George Stavrinos
- Bass – John Goldsby
- Clarinet – Bill Easley, Danny Bank, John Purcell, Norris Turney
- Conductor – John Lewis
- Directed By [Artistic] – Gary Giddins
- Drums – Mel Lewis
- Engineer [Recording] – Bobby Warner
- Guitar – Howard Collins
- Liner Notes – Gary Giddins
- Mastered By – Sam Feldman
- Orchestrated By [Manager] – Loren Schoenberg
- Other [Founder] – Gary Giddins
- Other [Transcribed By] – David Berger (tracks: A4, A6, B1, B4 to B6)
- Piano – Dick Katz (tracks: A1 to A4, A6, B1 to B5), John Lewis (tracks: A5, B6)
- Producer – Nesuhi Ertegun
- Saxophone [Alto] – John Purcell, Norris Turney
- Saxophone [Baritone] – Danny Bank
- Saxophone [Soprano] – Norris Turney
- Saxophone [Tenor] – Bill Easley, Loren Schoenberg
- Trombone – Benny Powell, Eddie Bert, Jimmy Knepper
- Trumpet – John Eckert, Marvin Stamm, Robert Millikan, Virgil Jones
- Written By – Cootie Williams & Elwyn Fraser (tracks: B1), Duke Ellington, Irving Mills & Harry Carney (tracks: B6), Ellington & Sigman (tracks: A3)
- Written-By – Billy Strayhorn (tracks: A1, A2, B3), Duke Ellington (tracks: A4 to A6, B4, B5), Traditional (tracks: B2)
NotesRecorded at Atlantic Studios in New York on November 21-23, 1988.
Mastered at Atlantic Studios, NYC.
The music was recorded, edited and mastered digitally. Full Digital Recording.
Distributed by Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7567-91423-1 3
- Matrix / Runout: R/S Alsdorf 791423-1-A
- Matrix / Runout: R/S Alsdorf 791423-1-B
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Ellington Masterpieces. With musicological thoroughness, some crack musicians and the best of intentions, John Lewis leads New York's American Jazz Orchestra in 15 transcriptions from one of Duke Ellington's prime periods (1940-43), plus "Rockin' In Rhythm" from 1930
Directed By. Gary Giddins. John Lewis (2). Clarinet. Artwork By. George Stavrinos.
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American jazz's authentic ellington. IF ANYONE needs proof that Duke Ellington's music enjoys a life quite apart from its original settings and interpretations, "Ellington Masterpieces" by the American Jazz Orchestra is one of the first places to look. Under the guidance of conductor, arranger and pianist John Lewis, this New York-based jazz repertory ensemble goes right to the heart of Ellington's work. And as the album unfolds, Danny Bank's bellowing baritone sax on "Cotton Tail," trumpeter John Eckert's sparkling solo on "Take the 'A' Train" and several other individual contributions exert a similarly evocative, fresh pull. In the end, though, perhaps Lewis shines brightest. AMERICAN JAZZ ORCHESTRA - "Ellington Masterpieces" (East-West/Atlantic). MODERN JAZZ QUARTET - "For Ellington" (East-West/Atlantic).
Masterpieces by Ellington is the first LP album by American pianist, composer, and bandleader Duke Ellington, recorded for the Columbia label in 1950.
Portraits by Ellington The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra was founded in 1988 and in its early years was often conducted by David Berger. Marsalis was hired as the group's artistic director in 1991, and under his influence the group's historical bent blossomed, paying particular attention to the Duke Ellington oeuvre. Also in 1999, the JLCO celebrated Duke Ellington's centennial with the concert album, Live in Swing City: Swingin' with the Duke. Wynton Marsalis: All Rise During the 2000s, Marsalis continued to work closely with the JLCO, releasing such albums as 2002's orchestral-themed All Rise, 2005's Don't Be Afraid: The Music of Charles Mingus, and 2006's collaboration with Ghanaian drum master Yacub Addy, Congo Square.
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