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Ellington's Second Sacred Concert premiered at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York on January 19, , but no recording of this actual performance has surfaced. The Second Sacred Concert was then recorded on January 22 and February 19, , at Fine Studio in New York and originally issued as a double LP on Prestige Records and reissued on one CD, minus the tracks, "Don't Get.
In , two years into the LP era and the transition from disc to magnetic tape recording, Columbia Records got Duke Ellington and his orchestra into the studio to cut a long-playing record. The Columbia 30th Street Studio opened in and Masterpieces was one of the first recordings done in the studio!
DUKE ELLINGTON & BILLY STRAYHORN Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn ( French pressed European limited edition 'Vogue Jazz Club' 8-track Yellow Vinyl LP issue of the album originally released on 10" in 0 as 'Piano Duets', recorded in New York City in November The vinyl is UNPLAYED housed in the picture sleeve which shows a little shelfwear creasing but remains sealed within its.
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Don Lowe's exultant cry, "Here he is, and in person, the Duke himself!" kicks off the 17th of the Duke Ellington Treasury Show radio broadcasts, part of a massive reissue project by the Danish Storyville label. Anxious to show how hip, perhaps even hep, he is, the American Broadcasting Corporation announcer goes on to introduce "C-Jam Blues" as a number that's "really here to stay, but solid.".