March 16, 1955. New York.

Concert at Carnegie Hall.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Cat Anderson, Willie Cook, Clark Terry, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Rick Henderson, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; cl; bcl; Duke Ellington, Don Shirley, p; Jimmy Wood, b; Dave Black, d; The Symphony Of The Air.

MJ 2MJP-1021 CH5503:1 New World A-Comin'
MJ 2MJP-1021 CH5503:2-4 NIGHT CREATURE
MJ 2MJP-1021 CH5503:2 Blind Bug [Night Creature]
MJ 2MJP-1021 CH5503:3 Stalking Monster [Night Creature]
MJ 2MJP-1021 CH5503:4 Dazzling Creature [Night Creature]
MJ 2MJP-1021 CH5503:5 Harlem


April 20, 1955. Washington, D.C.

Concert at the National Guard Armory.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Rick Henderson, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; cl; bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Wood, b; Dave Black, d.

Jazz Guild 1002 Wash:11 Perdido
Jazz Guild 1002 Wash:12 All The Things You Are
Jazz Guild 1002 Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
Ray Nance, vocal
Jazz Guild 1002 La Virgen De La Macarena
Jazz Guild 1002 Wash:13 Happy-Go-Lucky Local
Jazz Guild 1002 Wash:10 Harlem
Jazz Guild 1002 Take The "A" Train
Jazz Guild 1002 John Sanders Blues


May 17, 1955. Chicago.

Capitol recording session at Universal Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, Gerald Wilson, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Russell Procope, as, cl; Rick Henderson, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Harry Carney, bs, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Dave Black, d.

14094-1 Capitol T-679 CCR:5/4 La Virgen De La Macarena
14095-2 Mosiac MQ8-160 CCR:5/5 Harlem Air Shaft
14095-5 Capitol T-679 CCR:5/6 Harlem Air Shaft
14096-4 Up-to-Date 2009 CCR:5/7 Look What I've Got For You
Jimmy Grissom, vocal
14097-1 Up-to-Date 2009 CCR:5/8 Commercial Time


May 18, 1955. Chicago.

Capitol recording session at Universal Studios.

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Russell Procope, as, cl; Rick Henderson, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Harry Carney, bs, bcl; Duke Ellington, p, electric p; Jimmy Woode, b; Dave Black, d.

14098-5 Capitol T-679 CCR:5/9 Clarinet Melodrama
14099-4 Capitol T-679 CCR:5/10 Theme For Trambean
14100-4 Pickwick SPC-3390 CCR:5/11 Coquette
Jimmy Grissom, vocal
14101-1 Capitol T-679 CCR:5/12 Serious Serenade
14304-2 Up-to-Date 2009 CCR:5/13 Body And Soul


May 19, 1955. Chicago.

Capitol recording session at Universal Studios.

Duke Ellington: Ray Nance, t; Quentin Jackson, tb; Russell Procope, cl, as; Duke Ellington, elec p; Jimmy Woode, b; Dave Black, d.

14102-7 Mosiac MQ8-160 CCR:5/14 Discontented Blues
14103-10 Up-to-Date 2009 CCR:5/15 Once In A Blue Mood
14104-7 Pickwick SPC-3390 CCR:5/16 Lady Be Good
Jimmy Grissom, vocal
14105-9 Mosiac MQ8-160 CCR:5/17 So Long
Jimmy Grissom, vocal


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