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Treasury Shows Vol. 7

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Treasury Shows Vol. 7 by Duke Ellington And His Orchestra

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Disc: 1
1. Take The A Train
2. Caravan
3. Fickle Fing
4. Ellington Bond Promo
5. Kissing Bug
6. Honeysuckle Rose
7. Day Dream
8. One O'Clock Jump
9. Ellington Bond Promo
10. Take The A Train
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Disc: 2
1. Take The A Train
2. Blue Belles Of Harlem
3. I'm Begiining To See The Light
4. Ellington Bond Promo
5. Can't You read Between The Lines
6. Trio In Blue
7. Ellington Bond Promo
8. Mood To Be Wooed
9. Take The A Train
10. The Perfume Suite
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 2, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: D.E.T.S.
  • Run Time: 72 minutes
  • ASIN: B004LP2C8I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #803,691 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Topper on November 24, 2012
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I have a number of Amazon "made to order cd-r's" I try never to buy them, but they do fill a legitimate niche in the catalog. In the event that it is is a title that the original producer does not intend to reprint or it is an item of very limited interest to buyers, at least Amazon makes it available to us. Second, and this is really important, the quality of burned discs has been very good. I have not heard every title on the disc yet, but the discs Amazon uses and the process they employ seems to be very high. Other companies have put out "burned discs" that will not always play in every cd player or computer. I have not had this happen with Amazon's in house burned discs. Often times, burned discs seem to have a "softer surface" that shows even the most minor scuff or scratch. I have many from India that look awful and often times play how they look. Not so with Amazon. The sound of Ellington's band is consistent with other volumes in this series. Considering that these recordings come from radio broadcasts which have limited, constricted sound, they still sound pretty good. You really know that you are listening to a piece of history.

So why only three stars? It is because whenever I get a burned disc from Amazon, they do not list the musicians. I have approximately 20 burned discs from Amazon. They do not list the musicians unless and only if the original album jacket (which is reproduced in miniature on the cover) lists the musicians. The good news is that you can often get the musicians from some research on the internet--check CD Universe for lists of musicians.

I realize that Amazon may not print the booklets due to the cost of printing and copyrights, but I think it shows a lack of respect for collectors to leave off the musicians.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jive rhapsodist on December 9, 2014
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The band is in good spirits. There are great moments of Hodges. Al Sears brings nascent R & B into the Ellington world. Jimmy Hamilton is wearing out his John Kirby discs. Joya Sherrill is being harmless and cute. It's at the Apollo Theater, and the audience is into it. The swing of the band is fine, but not particularly intense. Life and fate are cruel; we have a broadcast a week from Duke Ellington from...1945. And how much from just a few years before? 1937? 1938? 1939? 1940? Not much. Thank God, some...

So we buy all of these, hoping for those moments where the almost - intact personnel from those very few years before will magically rise to those heights they had (not long before) hit so effortlessly. But they don't.

(BTW,Jerry Valburn, you may have been the world's greatest Ellington collector, but Duke IS the pianist on Day Dream - his touch is SO different from Strayhorn's)

Anyway, the JR is just gingerly putting his hand back into the Amazon fire. He doesn't have much to say about this disc. You'll enjoy the Apollo audience. This is basically a 3 - star Ellington disc. Which makes it a 4 - star disc by Human standards. I am creeping - very slowly - towards completion of this series. I'd hate not to have them, but I don't feel very strongly about them. I doubt you will feel strongly about them either.

But the Strayhorn medley is kind of nice. Four tunes,illustrating the importance Billy had achieved within the Ellington world. It's not really great, but it is an interesting and important artifact.
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