January 7, 1947. New York.

Capitol Radio Transcriptions recording session at Pathe Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shelton Hemphill, Wallace Jones, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, 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.

Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/18 Golden Cress
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/19 Flippant Flurry
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:2/20 Jam-A-Ditty (Concerto For Four Jazz Horns)
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/1 Fugue-A-Ditty
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/2 Happy-Go-Lucky Local
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/3 Overture To A Jam Session
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/4 Sultry Sunset


May 10, 1947. New York.

WNEW broadcast from WNEW Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, t; Lawrence Brown, tb; Johnny Hodges, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Rarities 59 AT9:10 The "C" Jam Blues
JB-485 V-Disc 795 C46-47:14 Sophisticated Lady
JB-486 V-Disc 795 C46-47:16
VDisc:3/13
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
JB-486 V-Disc 795 C46-47:17 It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
JB-485 V-Disc 795 C46-47:15
VDisc:3/14
On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Ray Nance, v; Billy Strayhorn, p.

Rarities 59 AT9:11 Moon Mist


June 9, 1947. New York.

Capitol Radio Transcriptions recording session at Pathe Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Tyree Glenn, 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.

Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/5 Beale Street Blues
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/6 Memphis Blues
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/7 St Louis Blues
Ray Nance, vocal
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/8 Who Struck John?
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/9 Swamp Fire
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/10 How High The Moon
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/11 Blue Lou
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/12 Violet Blue
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/13 Royal Garden Blues
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/14 Jumpin' Punkins


June 10, 1947. New York.

Capitol Radio Transcriptions recording session at Pathe Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Tyree Glenn, 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.

Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/15 Frustration
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/16 Blue Is The Night
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/17 Jump For Joy
Ray Nance, vocal
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/18 Far Away Blues
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/20 Frisky
Capitol Transcriptions CapTrans:3/21 Park At 106th Street


August 1, 1947. Los Angeles.

Live at Ciro's Club.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Harold "Shorty" Baker, Dud Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Francis Williams, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Lawrence Brown, Claude Jones, tb; Tyree Glenn, tb, vibes; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Dems 58 Ciros:1 Moon Mist
Dems 58 Ciros:2 Passion Flower
Dems 58 Ciros:3 Tulip Or Turnip?
Ray Nance, vocal
Dems 58 Ciros:4 Stompy Jones


August 5, 1947. Los Angeles.

Live at Ciro's Club.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Harold "Shorty" Baker, Dud Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Francis Williams, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Lawrence Brown, Claude Jones, tb; Tyree Glenn, tb, vibes; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Dems 58 Ciros:5 Squeeze Me
Dems 58 Ciros:6 Take The "A" Train [theme]
Dems 58 Ciros:7 Royal Garden Blues
Dems 58 Ciros:8 I Like The Sunrise
Chester Crumpler, vocal
Dems 58 Ciros:9 Sophisticated Lady
Dems 58 Ciros:10 Brown Penny
Kay Davis, vocal
Dems 58 Ciros:11 Blue Is The Night [as How Blue The Night]


August 6, 1947. Los Angeles.

Live at Ciro's Club

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Harold "Shorty" Baker, Dud Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Francis Williams, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Lawrence Brown, Claude Jones, tb; Tyree Glenn, tb, vibes; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Dems 58 Ciros:12 Take The "A" Train [theme]
Dems 58 Ciros:13 Flippant Flurry
Dems 58 Ciros:14 It's Kind Of Lonesome Out Tonight
Chester Crumpler, vocal
Dems 58 Ciros:15 Hollywood Hangover
Dems 58 Ciros:16 Tulip Or Turnip?
Ray Nance, vocal


August 7, 1947. Los Angeles.

Live at Ciro's Club.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Harold "Shorty" Baker, Dud Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Francis Williams, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Lawrence Brown, Claude Jones, tb; Tyree Glenn, tb, vibes; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Dems 58 Ciros:17 Take The "A" Train [theme]
Dems 58 Ciros:18 Lady Of The Lavender Mist [as Too Weary To Worry]
Dems 58 Ciros:19 H'ya Sue [as Flirtation]
Dems 58 Ciros:20 Azalea
Chester Crumpler, vocal
Dems 58 Ciros:21 Caravan


August 14, 1947. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Columbia Studio Hollywood.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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 "Change My Ways."

HCO2531-? Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:12 Hy'a Sue [incomplete]
HCO2531-? Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:13 Hy'a Sue [incomplete]
HCO2531-1 Columbia 38234 C46-47:18
CoCo:1/1
EsCo:2/1
Hy'a Sue
HCO2532-1 Columbia 38235 C46-47:19
CoCo:1/2
EsCo:2/2
Lady Of The Lavender Mist
HCO2532-2 Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:14 Lady Of The Lavender Mist
HCO2533-? Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:15 Women (They'll Get You)
Ray Nance, vocal
HCO2533-1 Columbia 38576 C46-47:20
CoCo:1/3
Vocalists:7
Women (They'll Get You)
Ray Nance, vocal
Up-to-Date 2002 C46-47:21 Change My Ways
Chester Crumpler, vocal


August 31, 1947. Los Angeles.

Concert at the Hollywood Bowl.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dud Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Francis Williams, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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.

HB:1 Blutopia
HB:2 Overture To A Jam Session
HB:3 The Mooche
HB:4 Jumpin' Punkins
HB:5 Ring Dem Bells
HB:6a Beale Street Blues [medley]
HB:6b Memphis Blues [medley]
HB:6c St Louis Blues [medley]
Ray Nance, vocal
HB:7 The Golden Feather
HB:8 The Air Conditioned Jungle
HB:9 Golden Cress
HB:10 Diminuendo In Blue
HB:11 Transbluency (A Blue Fog You Can Almost See Through)
Kay Davis, vocal
HB:12 Crescendo In Blue


September 1, 1947. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Columbia Studio Hollywood.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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 "Put Yourself In My Place, Baby."

HCO2596-1 Columbia 38165 C46-47:22
CoCo:1/4
It's Monday Every Day
Al Hibbler, vocal
HCO2597 Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:16 Golden Cress
HCO2597-1 Columbia 38236 C46-47:23
CoCo:1/5
EsCo:2/4
Golden Cress
HCO2598-1 Columbia 291732 C46-47:24
CoCo:1/6
Put Yourself In My Place, Baby
Dolores Parker, vocal


September 29, 1947. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Columbia Studio Hollywood.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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 "Put Yourself In My Place, Baby" and "The Wildest Gal In Town."

HCO2598-2 Columbia 37957 C47:1 Put Yourself In My Place, Baby
Delores Parker, vocal
HCO2654-2 Columbia 38950 C47:2
CoCo:1/7
Cowboy Rhumba
Woody Herman, vocal
HCO2655-1 Columbia 37957 C47:3
CoCo:1/8
The Wildest Gal In Town
Dolores Parker, vocal
HCO2656 Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:17 I Fell And Broke My Heart
Woody Herman, vocal
HCO2656-1 FDC 1022 C47:4
CoCo:1/9
I Fell And Broke My Heart
Woody Herman, vocal
HCO2658 Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:18 You're Just An Old Antidisestablishmentarianismist
Ray Nance, vocal


September 30, 1947. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Columbia Studio Hollywood.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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.

HCO2658-1 V-Disc 843 C47:5
CoCo:1/10
EsCo:2/3
You're Just An Old Antidisestablishmentarianismist
Ray Nance, vocal
HCO2662-1 Columbia 38295 C47:6
CoCo:1/11
Don't Be So Mean To Baby ('Cause Baby's So Good To You)
Al Hibbler, vocal


October 1, 1947. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Columbia Studio Hollywood.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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 "Change My Ways."

HCO2663-1 Columbia 38295 C47:7
CoCo:1/12
It's Mad, Mad, Mad
Dolores Parker, vocal
HCO2664 Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:19 You Gotta Crawl Before You Walk
Ray Nance, vocal
HCO2664-1 Columbia G-32564 C47:8
CoCo:1/13
You Gotta Crawl Before You Walk
Ray Nance, vocal
HCO2665 Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:20 Change My Ways
HCO2665-1 C47:9 Change My Ways


October 2, 1947. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Columbia Studio Hollywood.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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 "Brown Penny."

HCO2666 Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:21 Kitty
HCO2666-1 Columbia G-32564 C47:10
CoCo:1/14
Kitty
HCO2667-2 Columbia G-32564 C47:11
CoCo:1/15
Brown Penny
Kay Davis, vocal


October 6, 1947. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Columbia Studio Hollywood.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Francis Williams, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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; Bily Strayhorn replaces Ellington on "Change My Ways."

HCO2665 Up-to-Date 2002 AT9:22 Change My Ways
HCO2665-1 Columbia 38576 C47:12
CoCo:1/16
EsCo:2/6
Change My Ways
HCO2676 Up-to-Date 2003 AT9:23 Boogie Bop Blues
HCO2676-1 Columbia 38576 C47:13
CoCo:1/17
Boogie Bop Blues
HCO2677 Up-to-Date 2004 AT10:1 Sultry Serenade [rehearsal]
HCO2677 Up-to-Date 2004 AT10:2
EsCo:2/5
Sultry Serenade
HCO2677-1 Columbia 38363 C47:14
CoCo:1/18
Sultry Serenade


November 10, 1947. New York.

Columbia recording session at Liederkranz Hall.

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

CO38371-1 Columbia DB2504 C47:15
CoCo:2/1
Stomp, Look And Listen
CO38371 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:3
EsCo:2/7
Stomp, Look And Listen
CO38372-1 Columbia 38165 C47:16
CoCo:2/2
The Air Conditioned Jungle
CO38372 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:4 The Air Conditioned Jungle
CO38372-2 VD 833 VDisc:1/2 The Air Conditioned Jungle
CO38373-1 Columbia 38237 C47:17
CoCo:2/3
Three Cent Stomp
CO38373 Columbia C3K 65841 EsCo:2/9 Three Cent Stomp


November 11, 1947. New York.

Columbia recording session at Liederkranz Hall.

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

CO38374-1 Columbia 38237 C47:18
CoCo:2/4
VDisc:1/1
Progressive Gavotte
CO38374-2 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:5
EsCo:2/11
Progressive Gavotte
CO38375-1 CBS 66607 C47:19
CoCo:2/5
He Makes Me Believe He's Mine
Dolores Parker, vocal


November 14, 1947. New York.

Columbia recording session at Liederkranz Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Dub Bascomb, Shelton Hemphill, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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.

CO38386 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:6 Take Love Easy
Dolores Parker, vocal
CO38386-1 Columbia 38519 C47:20
CoCo:2/6
Vocalists:9
Take Love Easy
Dolores Parker, vocal
CO38387-1 CBS 62993 C47:21
CoCo:2/7
EsCo:2/12
I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
CO38388-1 Columbia 38950 C47:22
CoCo:2/8
How High The Moon
CO38389 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:7 Singin' In The Rain
CO38389-1 Columbia 38464 C47:23
CoCo:2/9
Singin' In The Rain


November 18, 1947. New York.

Columbia recording session at Liederkranz Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Dub Bascomb, Herman Grimes, Shelton Hemphill, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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; Edgar Brown, b; Sonny Greer, d.

CO38705-1 Columbia 38363 C47-48:1
CoCo:2/10
Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
Al Hibbler, vocal


November 20, 1947. New York.

Columbia recording session at Liederkranz Hall.

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

CO38398-1 Columbia 38464 C47-48:2
CoCo:2/11
EsCo:2/10
Vocalists:8
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Al Hibbler, vocal
CO38399 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:8 Once Upon A Dream
CO38399-1 FDC 1022 C47-48:3
CoCo:2/12
Once Upon A Dream
CO38400-1 FDC 1022 C47-48:4
CoCo:2/13
It's Love I'm In
Al Hibbler, vocal


December 22, 1947. New York.

Columbia recording session at Liederkranz Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Al Killian, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Wilbur DeParis, Tyree Glenn, 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, Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

CO38591-1 Columbia 38519 C47-48:5
CoCo:2/14
I Could Get A Man
Dolores Parker, vocal

Ray Nance, vn; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, tb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl; Johnny Hodges, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Oscar Pettiford, Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

CO38592-1 Columbia 38234 C47-48:6
CoCo:2/15
EsCo:2/8
Vocalists:10
On A Turquoise Cloud
Kay Davis, vocal


December 24, 1947. New York.

Columbia recording session at Liederkranz Hall for the album "The Liberian Suite." The three versions of "I Like The Sunrise" result from one instrumental take and two vocal overdubs.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Al Killian, Francis Williams, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, 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, Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Columbia CL-6073 C47-48:8-13
LS:1-6
THE LIBERIAN SUITE
J-573 V-Disc 858 C47-48:7 I Like The Sunrise
XCO40789 Columbia CL-6073 C47-48:8
LS:1
Uptown:8
I Like The Sunrise [The Liberian Suite]
Al Hibbler, vocal
XCO40789 Up-to-Date 2005 AT10:9
EsCo:2/13
I Like The Sunrise
Al Hibbler, vocal
XCO40790 Columbia CL-6073 C47-48:9
LS:2
Uptown:9
Dance No. 1 [The Liberian Suite]
XCO40790 Up-to-Date 2005 AT10:10 Dance No. 1
XCO40791 Columbia CL-6073 C47-48:10
LS:3
Uptown:10
Dance No. 2 [The Liberian Suite]
XCO40792 Up-to-Date AT10:11 Dance No. 3 [incomplete]
XCO40792 Columbia CL-6073 C47-48:11
LS:4
Uptown:11
Dance No. 3 [The Liberian Suite]
XCO40793 Columbia CL-6073 C47-48:12
LS:5
Uptown:12
Dance No. 4 [The Liberian Suite]
XCO40794 Columbia CL-6073 C47-48:13
LS:6
Uptown:13
Dance No. 5 [The Liberian Suite]


December 26, 1947. New York.

Concert at Carnegie Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Al Killian, Ray Nance, Francis Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, tb; Tyree Glenn, tb, vibes; 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, Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/11 Blue Skies [as Trumpet No End]


December 27, 1947. New York.

Concert at Carnegie Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Al Killian, Francis Williams, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Lawrence Brown, tb; Tyree Glenn, tb, vibes; 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, Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/1 The New Look
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/2 Blue Serge
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/3 Triple Play
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/4 Harlem Air Shaft
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/5a Wanderlust [Johnny Hodges medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/5b Junior Hop [Johnny Hodges medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/5c Jeep's Blues [Johnny Hodges medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/5d The Jeep Is Jumpin' [Johnny Hodges medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/5e Squaty Roo [Johnny Hodges medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/5f Mood To Be Woo'd [Johnny Hodges medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/6 Mella Brava
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/7 Kickapoo Joy Juice
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/8 On A Turquoise Cloud
Kay Davis, vocal
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/9 Bakiff
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:1/10 Cotton Tail
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/1-6 THE LIBERIAN SUITE
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/1 I Like The Sunrise [The Liberian Suite]
Al Hibbler, vocal
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/2 Dance No. 1 [The Liberian Suite]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/3 Dance No. 2 [The Liberian Suite]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/4 Dance No. 3 [The Liberian Suite]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/5 Dance No. 4 [The Liberian Suite]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/6 Dance No. 5 [The Liberian Suite]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/7a East St Louis Toodle-Oo [theme medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/7b Echoes Of Harlem (Cootie's Concerto) [theme medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/7c Black And Tan Fantasy [theme medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/7d Things Ain't What They Used To Be [theme medley]
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/8 Basso Profundo
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/9 New York City Blues
Prestige P-24075 CH4712:2/10 The Clothed Woman


December 30, 1947. New York.

Columbia recording session at Liederkranz Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Al Killian, t; Lawrence Brown, tb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

CO38670 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:12 A Woman And A Man
Dolores Parker, vocal
CO38670-1 Columbia DZ722 C47-48:14
CoCo:2/16
A Woman And A Man
Dolores Parker, vocal

Shorty Baker, t; Johnny Hodges, as; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

CO38671 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:13 The Clothed Woman
CO38671-1 Columbia 38236 C47-48:15
CoCo:2/17
The Clothed Woman

Shorty Baker, Al Killian, t; Lawrence Brown, tb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

CO38672-1 Columbia 38235 C47-48:16
CoCo:2/18
VDisc:3/11
New York City Blues
CO38672-2 Up-to-Date 2003 AT10:14 New York City Blues

Shorty Baker, Al Killian, t; Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn, tb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Al Sears, ts; Duke Ellington, p; Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, d.

CO119017 Columbia KG-33341 C47-48:17
CoCo:3/1
Let's Go Blues


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