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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, February 1, 2008
|1. Black, Brown, & Beige: Part I|
|2. Black, Brown, & Beige: Part II|
|3. Black, Brown, & Beige: Part III (AKA Light)|
|4. Black, Brown, & Beige: Part IV (AKA Come Sunday)|
|5. Black, Brown, & Beige: Part V (AKA Come Sunday)|
|6. Black, Brown, & Beige: Part VI (23rd Psalm)|
|7. Track 360 (AKA Trains) (Alternate Take)|
|8. Blues In Orbit (AKA Tender) (Alternate Take)|
|9. Black, Brown, & Beige (Alternate Take): Part I|
|10. Black, Brown, & Beige (Alternate Take): Part II|
|11. Black, Brown, & Beige (Alternate Take): Part III (AKA Light)|
|12. Black, Brown, & Beige (Alternate Take): Part IV (AKA Come Sunday)|
|13. Black, Brown, & Beige (Alternate Take): Part V (AKA Come Sunday)|
|14. Black, Brown, & Beige (Alternate Take): Part VI (23rd Psalm)|
|15. Studio Conversation (Mahalia Swears)|
|16. Come Sunday (A Cappella)|
|17. (Pause Track)|
I also love the solos from John Sanders on valve trombone and especially Ray Nance on violin.
We get here a kind of Official Portrait of, in my opinion, a more interesting original, but it's still an extraordinarily beautiful work.
No reason to knock Gershwin to praise this composition and performance by the Duke Ellington Orchestra, with the amazing Mahalia Jackson.
Duke Ellington AND Mahalia Jackson on the same disc. WOW !! A great copy of the sound of these two greats !! Read morePublished 5 months ago by scarlet
One of the early, great, Ellington works. The Mahalia Jackson piece alone is in a thing of astounding beauty and power. It is in my brain forever.Published 8 months ago by thomas snell
Bought this album for my Dad last year after he asked me if I remembered his Black, Brown & Beige record that he and Mother had.. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kent Jones
ELLINGTON, Duke, and his Orchestra. Black, Brown and Beige. Columbia. 2008; orig. 1958. $4.99.
DE, p; Mahalia Jackson, voc; other soloists: Harry Carney, bari sx; Shorty... Read more
It is a fabulous disc. Anyone who likes Duke Ellington and or jazz would love to hear it. Brings back the old days. Jazz is certainly a wonderful genre.Published on January 5, 2013 by GloriaGKarp
Black, Brown And Beige
this Cd, featuring Mahalia Jackson, is a must-have in any jazz or Ellington collection. I'm partial to Ellington's sacred works and this one's a winner.
Ellington's "Black, Brown, & Beige" ranks as probably his most ambitious work and the one in which he made his heaviest emotional investment. Read morePublished on February 26, 2012 by Steve Schwartz