January 4, 1946. New York.

Concert at Carnegie Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl,ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Otto Hardwick, as, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Al Lucas, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

CH4601:1/1 Caravan
CH4601:1/2 In A Mellow Tone
CH4601:1/3 Solid Old Man
CH4601:1/4 Worksong
CH4601:1/5 The Blues
Joya Sherrill, vocal
CH4601:1/6 Rugged Romeo
CH4601:1/7 The Air Conditioned Jungle
CH4601:1/8 Pitter Panther Patter
CH4601:2/1 Take The "A" Train
CH4601:2/2-4 A TONAL GROUP [Suite-A-Ditty]
CH4601:2/2 Mellow Ditty [A Tonal Group]
CH4601:2/3 Fugue-A-Ditty [A Tonal Group]
CH4601:2/4 Jam-A-Ditty (Concerto For Four Jazz Horns) [A Tonal Group]
CH4601:2/5 Magenta Haze
CH4601:2/6a Diminuendo In Blue
Kay Davis, vocal
CH4601:2/6b Transbluency (A Blue Fog You Can Almost See Through)
Kay Davis, vocal
CH4601:2/7 Crescendo In Blue
CH4601:2/8 Suburbanite
CH4601:2/9 I'm Just A Lucky So And So
Al Hibbler, vocal
CH4601:2/10 Riff 'N' Drill


January 10, 1946. New York.

RCA-Victor recording session at Studio 1.

Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn: Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn at one piano.

D6VB1518-1 Victor 27-0145 C45-46:10
RCA:15/23
SDT:1
SG3:2/15
Tonk
D6VB1519-1 Victor 20-2327 C45-46:11
RCA:15/24
SDT:2
SG3:2/16
Drawing Room Blues

Leonard Feather's Esquire All Americans: Louis Armstrong ("Long Long Journey" only), Charlie Shavers, t; Jimmy Hamilton, cl; Johnny Hodges, as; Don Byas, ts; Red Norvo ("The One That Got Away" only), vibes; Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, p; Remo Palmieri, g; Chubby Jackson, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Victor 40-4001 RCA:17/1 Long Long Journey
Louis Armstrong, vocal
Victor 40-4002 RCA:17/2 The One That Got Away

Johnny Hodges, as; Don Byas, ts; Billy Strayhorn, p; Remo Palmieri, g; Chubby Jackson, b; Sonny Greer, d.

RCA:17/3 {Gone With The Wind}


January 15, 1946. New York.

RCA-Victor recording session at Studio 1.

Metronome All Stars: Duke Ellington, guest conductor; Pete Condoli, Harry Edison, Neil Hefti, Sonny Berman, t; J.C. Higginbotham, Tommy Dorsey, Bill Harris, tb; Buddy DeFranco, cl; Johnny Hodges, Herbie Fields, as; flip Phillips, George Auld, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Red Norvo, vibes; Teddy Wilson,p; tiny Grimes, Billy Bauer, g; Chubby Jackson, b; Dave Tough, d.

Victor 40-4000 RCA:17/4 Metronome All-Out


January 16, 1946. New York.

Concert at the Ritz Theatre.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Bernard Flood, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Otto Hardwick, Johnny Hodges, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl' Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

JD-25 V-Disc 617 C45-46:12
VDisc:1/16
Esquire Swank
JDB-67 V-Disc 648 C45-46:13 The "C" Jam Blues


January 20, 1946. Chicago.

Concert at the Civic Opera House.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Bernard Flood, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Otto Hardwick, Johnny Hodges, as; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/1 The Star Spangled Banner
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/2 In A Mellow Tone
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/3 Solid Old Man
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/4a Come Sunday
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/4b Worksong
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/5 Rugged Romeo
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/6 Circe
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/7 Dancers In Love
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/8 Coloratura
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/9 Frankie And Johnny
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/10 Caravan
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/11 Take The "A" Train
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/12 A TONAL GROUP [Suite-A-Ditty]
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/12 Mellow Ditty [A Tonal Group]
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/13 Fugue-A-Ditty [A Tonal Group]
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/14 Jam-A-Ditty (Concerto For Four Jazz Horns) [A Tonal Group]
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/15 Magenta Haze
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:3/16 Pitter Panther Patter
Music Masters 65110-2 GCC:2/17 Suburbanite


March 28, 1946. New York.

Capitol Radio Transcriptions recording session at WMCA Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Bernard Flood, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Joe Nanton, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Otto Hardwick, Johnny Hodges, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d: Billy Strayhorn replaces Ellington on "Passion Flower." Ernest Myers replaces Pettiford on "Crosstown," "Passion Flower," "Magenta Haze," and "Everything Goes."

Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/1 Take The "A" Train
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/2 Crosstown
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/3 Passion Flower
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/4 Magenta Haze
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/5 Everything Goes
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/6 The Eighth Veil
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/7 Riff 'N' Drill
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/8 Blue Abandon
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/9 Transbluency (A Blue Fog That You Can Almost See Through)
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/19 Embraceable You
Kay Davis, vocal
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/10 Rugged Romeo
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/11 Jennie
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/12 Sono
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/13 The Jeep Is Jumpin'
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/14 Perdido
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/15 Tip Toe Topic


April 20, 1946. Washington, D.C.

ABC Treasury Broadcast No. 34 "Your Saturday Date With The Duke" from the Howard Theatre.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shelton Hemphill, Reunald Jones, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Joe Nanton, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Dets 34 Wash:8 The Blues
Kay Davis, vocal
Dets 34 Wash:9 Sono


July 9, 1946. Los Angeles.

RCA-Victor recording session at the Hollywood Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Joe Nanton, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

D6VB2093-1 Victor 40-0134 C45-46:15
RCA:16/1
BB&B:2/20
Rockabye River [as Hop, Skip, Jump]
D6VB2094-1 Victor 20-3135 C45-46:16
RCA:16/2
BB&B:2/21
Suddenly It Jumped
D6VB2095-1 Victor 20-2326 C45-46:17
RCA:16/3
BB&B:3/1
Transbluency (A Blue Fog That You Can Almost See Through)
Kay Davis, vocal
D6VB2096-1 Victor 20-1992 C45-46:18
RCA:16/4
BB&B:3/2
Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
Ray Nance, vocal


July 10, 1946. Los Angeles.

RCA-Victor recording session at the Hollywood Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Joe Nanton, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

D6VB2097-1 Victor 20-4281 C45-46:19
RCA:16/5
BB&B:3/3
A Gathering In A Clearing
D6VB2098-1 RCA EPAT-435 C45-46:20
RCA:16/6
BB&B:3/4
You Don't Love Me No More
Al Hibbler, vocal
D6VB2099-1 Victor 20-2325 C45-46:21
RCA:16/7
BB&B:3/5
Pretty Woman
Al Hibbler, vocal
D6VB2100-1 RCA LPV-553 C45-46:22
RCA:16/8
BB&B:3/6
Hey Baby
Ray Nance, vocal


July 11, 1946. Los Angeles.

Capitol Radio Transcriptions recording session at Hollywood Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Joe Nanton, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodes, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/16 Rockabye River [as Hop, Skip, Jump]
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/17 Pretty Woman
Al Hibbler, vocal
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/18 A Gathering In A Clearing
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/19 You Don't Love Me No More
Al Hibbler, vocal
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/20 Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
Ray Nance, vocal
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/21 Hey Baby
Ray Nance, vocal
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:1/22 Suddenly It Jumped
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/1 Come Rain Or Come Shine
Kay Davis, vocal


July 16, 1946. Los Angeles.

Capitol Radio Transcriptions recording session at Hollywood Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Joe Nanton, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodes, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/2 Fickle Fling
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/3 9:20 Special
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/4 One O'Clock Jump
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/5 Unbooted Character
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/6 Suburbanite
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/7 Back Home Again In Indiana


July 17, 1946. Los Angeles.

Capitol Radio Transcriptions recording session at Hollywood Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Joe Nanton, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d; Billy Strayhorn replaces Ellington on "A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing."

Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/8 Moon Mist
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/9 In A Jam
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/10 On The Alamo
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/11 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/12 Tea For Two
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/13 Just You, Just Me
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/14 Someone
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/15 Double Ruff
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/16 A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/17 The Mooche


August 26, 1946. Los Angeles.

RCA-Victor recording session at the Hollywood Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d; Billy Strayhorn replaces Ellington on "Lover Man."

D6VB2113-1 RCA LPV-553 C46:1
RCA:16/9
BB&B:3/7
Back Home Again In Indiana
D6VB2114-1 RCA LPM-6009 C46:2
RCA:16/10
BB&B:3/8
Blue Is The Night
D6VB2115-1 Victor LEJ4 AT9:9
RCA:16/11
Lover Man
Marion Cox, vocal
D6VB2115-2 RCA PM-42415 C46:3
RCA:16/12
BB&B:3/9
Lover Man
Marion Cox, vocal
D6VB2116-1 RCA LPM-6009 C46:4
RCA:16/13
BB&B:3/10
Just You, Just Me
D6VB2117-1 Victor 20-2326 C46:5
RCA:16/14
BB&B:3/11
Beale Street Blues


September 3, 1946. Los Angeles.

RCA-Victor recording session at the Hollywood Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

D6VB2126-1 Victor 20-3135 C46:6
RCA:16/17
BB&B:3/12
My Honey's Lovin' Arms
Ray Nance, vocal
D6VB2127-1 Victor 20-2325 C46:7
RCA:16/15
BB&B:3/13
Memphis Blues
D6VB2128-1 RCA PM-42415 C46:8
RCA:16/18
BB&B:3/14
I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You
Marion Cox, vocal
D6VB2129-1 Victor 20-2327 C46:9
RCA:16/16
BB&B:3/15
St Louis Blues
Marion Cox, vocal
D6VB2130-1 Victor 20-1992 C46:10
RCA:16/19
BB&B:3/16
Swamp Fire
D6VB2131-1 Victor 20-2324 C46:11
RCA:16/20
VDisc:3/17
BB&B:3/17
Royal Garden Blues
D6VB2132-1 Swing 230 C46:12
RCA:16/21
BB&B:3/18
Esquire Swank
D6VB2133-1 Swing 230 C46:13
RCA:16/22
BB&B:3/19
Midriff


October 23, 1946. New York.

Musicraft recording session at WOR Studio 3..

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Francis Williams, Ray Nance, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, cl, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

5765-4 Musicraft 511 C46:14
HGLL:7
Diminuendo In Blue
5766-4 Musicraft 483 C46:15
HGLL:2
Magenta Haze


November 10, 1946. Chicago.

Concert at the Civic Opera House. Django Reinhardt sits in!

Duke Elligton & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Russell Procope, as, cl; Johnny Hodges, as; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Prima DC-01 GCC:1/1 Ring Dem Bells
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/2 Jumpin' Punkins
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/3 Beale Street Blues
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/4 Memphis Blues
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/5 The Golden Feather
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/6 The Air Conditioned Jungle
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/7 Unbooted Character [as A Very Unbooted Character]
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/8 Sultry Sunset
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/9 THE DEEP SOUTH SUITE
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/9a Magnolias Dripping With Molasses [The Deep South Suite]
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/9b Hearsay [The Deep South Suite]
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/9c There Was Nobody Looking [The Deep South Suite]
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/9d Happy-Go-Lucky Local [The Deep South Suite]
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/10 Things Ain't What They Used To Be
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/11 Hiawatha

Django Reinhardt, g, sits in.

Prima DC-01 GCC:1/12 Ride Red Ride
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/13 A Blues Riff
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/14 Improvisation #2
Prima DC-01 GCC:1/15 Honeysuckle Rose

Djano Reinhardt, g, sits out.

Prima DC-01 GCC:1/16 Blue Skies [as Trumpets No End]


November 23, 1946. New York.

Concert at Carnegie Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Russell Procope, as, cl; Johnny Hoges, as; AlSears, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

JDB-305 V-Disc 742 C46:16
VDisc:3/3
Golden Cress
V-Disc 742 C46:17
VDisc:3/20
Sultry Sunset
V-Disc C46:18-21
VDisc:1/12-15
THE DEEP SOUTH SUITE
JDB-327 V-Disc 750 C46:18
VDisc:1/12
Magnolias Dripping With Molasses [The Deep South Suite]
JDB-328 V-Disc 750 C46:19
VDisc:1/13
Hearsay [The Deep South Suite]
JDB-329 V-Disc 759 C46:20
VDisc:1/14
There Was Nobody Looking [The Deep South Suite]
JDB-330 V-Disc 759 C46:21
VDisc:1/15
Happy-Go-Lucky Local [The Deep South Suite]


November 25, 1946. New York.

Musicraft recording session at WOR Longacre Theatre.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, cl, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

5813-2 Musicraft 466 C46-47:1
HGLL:10
Sultry Sunset
5814-2 Musicraft 461 C46-47:2
HGLL:3
Happy-Go-Lucky Local [Part 2]
5815-1 Musicraft 484 C46-47:3
HGLL:13
Blue Skies [as Trumpets No End]
5816-2 Musicraft 461 C46-47:4
HGLL:3
Happy-Go-Lucky Local [Part 1]


December 5, 1946. New York.

Musicraft recording session at WOR Longacre Theatre.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, cl, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Musicraft C46-47:5&8
HGLL:8-9
THE BEAUTIFUL INDIANS
5817-1 Musicraft 464 C46-47:5
HGLL:8
Hiawatha [The Beautiful Indians]
5818-3 Musicraft 465 C46-47:6
HGLL:6
Flippant Flurry
5823-1 Musicraft 465 C46-47:7
HGLL:4
The Golden Feather
5824-3 Musicraft 464 C46-47:8
HGLL:9
Minnehaha [The Beautiful Indians]
Kay Davis, vocal


December 11, 1946. New York.

Musicraft recording session at WOR Longacre Theatre.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, cl, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

5845-3 Musicraft 463 C46-47:9
HGLL:12
Overture To A Jam Session [Part 1]
5846-3 Musicraft 463 C46-47:10
HGLL:12
Overture To A Jam Session [Part 2]
5847-1 Musicraft 466 C46-47:11
HGLL:1
Jam-A-Ditty (Concerto For Four Jazz Horns)


December 18, 1946. New York.

Musicraft recording session at WOR Longacre Theatre.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, tb; Claude Jones, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, cl, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

58421-2 Musicraft 483 C46-47:12
HGLL:11
Tulip Or Turnip?
Ray Nance, vocal
5842-3 Musicraft 484 C46-47:13
HGLL:5
It Shouldn't Happen To A Dream
Al Hibbler, vocal


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