February 4, 1958. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Radio Recorders.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Bill Graham, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

RHCO40625-3 Columbia CK-65566 BB&B58:7 Track 360
RHCO40625-15 Franklin Mint FM-4002 BIO:19 Track 360
RHCO40625-16 Columbia SF-1 CBS 88654 BIO:12
56/62v1:D1
Track 360
Columbia CL-1162 BBB58 BLACK, BROWN & BEIGE
RHCO40627-1 BB&B58:9 Worksong [as Part I]
RHCO40627-1 BB&B58:10 Come Sunday [as Part II]
RHCO40627-1 BB&B58:11 Light [as Part III]


February 5, 1958. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Radio Recorders.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Bill Graham, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

RHCO40633-5 Columbia CL-1162 BB&B58:1 Worksong [as Part I] [Black, Brown & Beige]
RHCO40634-7 Columbia CL-1162 BB&B58:2 Come Sunday [as part II] [Black, Brown & Beige]


February 11, 1958. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Radio Recorders.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra featuring Mahalia Jackson: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Bill Graham, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

RHCO40635-4 BB&B58:12 Come Sunday [as Part IV]
Mahalia Jackson, vocal
RHCO40635-10 Columbia CL-1162 BB&B58:4
EsCo:3/7
Come Sunday [as part IV] [Black, Brown & Beige]
Mahalia Jackson, vocal
RHCO40636-1 BB&B58:14 23rd Psalm [as part VI]
Mahalia Jackson, vocal
RHCO40636-8 Columbia CL-1162 BB&B58:6 23rd Psalm [as part VI] [Black, Brown & Beige]
Mahalia Jackson, vocal


February 12, 1958. Los Angeles.

Columbia recording session at Radio Recorders.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Bill Graham, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

RHCO40651-1 BB&B58:16 Come Sunday [as Part IV]
Mahalia Jackson, a cappella, vocal
RHCO40652-3 BB&B58:13 Come Sunday [as Part IV]
RHCO40652-8 Columbia CL-1162 BB&B58:5 Come Sunday Interlude [as part V] [Black, Brown & Beige]
RHCO40649-6 Columbia CL-1162 BB&B58:3 Light [as Part III] [Black, Brown & Beige]
RHCO40626-2 BIO:18
BB&B58:8
Blues In Orbit
RHCO40626-6 Columbia CL-1445 BIO:10 Blues In Orbit


March 4, 1958. Fairfield, California.

Dance Date at Travis Air Force Base.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Clark Terry, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Russell Procope, cl, as; Bill Graham, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

PC:2/1 Main Stem
PC:2/2 Dancing In The Dark
PC:2/3 Stompy Jones
PC:2/4 Time On My Hands (You In My Arms)
PC:2/5 Stompin' At The Savoy
PC:2/6 Sophisticated Lady
PC:2/7 Take The "A" Train
PC:2/8 All Heart
PC:2/9 Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'
Ray Nance, vocal
PC:2/10 Take The "A" Train
Ray Nance, vocal
PC:2/11 Where Or When
PC:2/12 The Mooche
PC:2/13 One O'Clock Jump
PC:2/14 Autumn Leaves
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
PC:2/15 Oh, Lady Be Good
PC:2/16 Things Ain't What They Used To Be


March 5, 1958. Sacramento, California.

Dance Date at Mather Air Force Base.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Shorty Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Russell Procope, cl, as; Bill Graham, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Harry Carney, cl, bs, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

PC:6/1 Such Sweet Thunder
PC:6/2 Blues To Be There
PC:6/3 Juniflip
PC:6/4 The Star Crossed Lovers
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
PC:6/5 Together
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
PC:6/6 Californio Mello
PC:6/7 Suburban Beauty
PC:6/8 The "C" Jam Blues
PC:6/9 Blues In Orbit
PC:6/10 Mood Indigo
PC:6/11 Honeysuckle Rose
PC:6/12 Willow Weep For Me
PC:6/13 Caravan
PC:6/14 Wailing Interval


March 20, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio for the album "Duke Ellington at the Bal Masque."

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Russell Procope, as, cl; Bill Graham, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO60573-14 Columbia CL-1282 BM:3 Got A Date With An Angel
CO60574-13 Columbia CL-1282 BM:12 Laugh, Clown, Laugh
CO60575-4 Columbia CL-1282 BM:5 Satan Takes A Holiday


March 24, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Russell Procope, as, cl; Bill Graham, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO60592-16 Columbia CL-1282 BM:4 Poor Butterfly
CO60593-7 Columbia CL-1282 BM:6 The Peanut Vendor


March 26, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Russell Procope, as, cl; Bill Graham, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO60706-8 Columbia CL-1282 BM:9 Indian Love Call


March 31, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Russell Procope, as, cl; Bill Graham, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO60707-9 Columbia CL-1282 BM:8 The Lady In Red
CO60748-8 Columbia CL-1282 BM:1 Alice Blue Gown
CO60749-1 Columbia CL-1282 BM:7
EsCo:3/8
Satin Doll
CO60750-8 Columbia CL-1282 BM:10 The Donkey Serenade


April 1, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Russell Procope, as, cl; Johnny Hodges, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO60751-10 Columbia CL-1282 BM:2 Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf?
CO60752-6 Columbia CL-1282 BM:11 Gipsy Love Song


April 2, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio for the album "The Cosmic Scene."

Duke Ellington's Spacemen: Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO60756-3 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:9 Midnight Sun
CO60757-3 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:1 Avalon
CO60758-5 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:10 Take The "A" Train
CO60759-1 Cosmic:11 Body And Soul
CO60759-2 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:2 Body And Soul


April 3, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio.

Duke Ellington's Spacemen: Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO60760-2 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:7 St Louis Blues
CO60761-3 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:6 Perdido
CO60762-3 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:5 Jones
CO60762-? Columbia 4-41180 Cosmic:12 Jones
CO60763-4 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:4 Early Autumn
CO60764-5 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:3 Bassment
CO60765-4 Columbia CL-1198 Cosmic:8 Spacemen


April 24, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Willie Cook, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Clark Terry, t, fl; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts, Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, p; Oscar Pettiford, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO60910-15 CBS 26306 56/62v3:A8 Duke's Place
Ozzie Bailey, Choir, vocal
CO60902-7 CBS 88653 56/62v1:D3 Lullaby Of Birdland


June 24, 1958. Chicago.

Duke Ellington recording session at Universal Studios.

Duke Ellington: Paul Gonsalves, ts; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

-1 DJ FW-40030 HR:5 In A Mellow Tone
-2 DJ FW-40030 HR:6 In A Mellow Tone
-1 DJ FW-40030 HR:7 Happy Reunion
-2 DJ FW-40030 HR:8 Happy Reunion
DJ FW-40030 HR:9 Wailing Interval [as Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue}


July 3, 1958. Newport, Rhode Island.

Concert at the Newport Jazz Festival, Freebody Park.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, Francis Williams, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d; On "Keep Your Hand On The Plow:" Mildred Falls, p.

N58:1/2 Take The "A" Train
N58:1/3 Princess Blue
N58:1/4 The "C" Jam Blues [as Duke's Place]
Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:2
N58:1/5
N58M:9
Just Scratchin' The Surface
N58:1/6
N58M:10
Happy Reunion
N58:1/7 Juniflip
N58:1/8
N58M:11
Mr Gentle And Mr Cool
N58:1/9
N58M:12
Jazz Festival Jazz
N58:1/10
N58M:13
Feet Bone
N58:2/1 Hi Fi Fo Fum
N58:2/2 I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
Lil Greenwood, vocal
N58:2/3 Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home
Lil Greenwood, vocal
Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:10
N58:2/4
N58M:14
Prima Bara Dubla
N58:2/5 El Gato
N58:2/6 Violet Blue [as Multicolored Blue]
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
N58:2/8 Come Sunday
Mahalia Jackson, vocal
N58:2/9 {Keep Your Hand On The Plow}
Mahalia Jackson, vocal
N58:2/10 Take The "A" Train
N58:2/11 Jones


July 21, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio. The Mosaic version of this album (N58M) is without the dubbed applause.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Clark Terry, t, fl; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts, Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO61280-5 Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:7
N58M:5
Jazz Festival Jazz
CO61281-3 Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:6
N58M:4
Princess Blue
CO61282-2 Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:3
N58M:1
El Gato
CO61283-3 Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:5
N58M:3
Violet Blue [as Multicolored Blue]
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
CO61284-1 Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:11
N58M:8
Hi Fi Fo Fum
CO61285-1 Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:8
N58M:6
Mr Gentle And Mr Cool
CO61286-1 Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:9
N58M:7
Juniflip

Paul Gonsalves, ts; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO61287-3 Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:4
N58M:2
Happy Reunion

As first entry for date.

Columbia CL-1245 N58LP:1 Take The "A" Train


August 6, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Clark Terry, t, fl; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts, Bill Graham, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO61389-5 CBS 88653 56/62v1:D5 Red Carpet
CO61390-5 CBS 26306 56/62v3:A9 Hand Me Down Love
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
CO61391 CBS 26306 56/62v3:A10 Walkin' And Singin' The Blues
Lil Greenwood, vocal
CO61392 CBS 26306 56/62v3:B1 I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Lil Greenwood, vocal


August 14, 1958. New York.

Verve recording session at Columbia Studio for the album "Side By Side."

Johnny Hodges & The Ellingtonians: Roy Eldridge, t; Lawrence Brown, tb; Johnny Hodges, as; Ben Webster, ts; Billy Strayhorn, p; Wendell Marshall, b; Jo Jones, d.

25000-4 Verve MGV-8345 SBS:5 Just A Memory
25001-5 Verve MGV-8345 SBS:6 Let's Fall In Love
25002-1 Verve MGV-8345 SBS:3 Big Shoe
25003-3 Verve MGV-8345 SBS:7 Ruint
25004-5 Verve MGV-8345 SBS:8 Bend One
25005-6 Verve MGV-8345 SBS:9 You Need To Rock


September 9, 1958. New York.

Concert at the Plaza Hotel Persian Room released on the album "Jazz at the Plaza." Jimmy Rushing, Billie Holiday, and Buck Clayton sit in.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, Bill Graham, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts, Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

Columbia C-32471 JPL:1 TOOT SUITE
Columbia C-32471 JPL:1a Red Garter [Toot Suite]
Columbia C-32471 JPL:1b Red Shoes [Toot Suite]
Columbia C-32471 JPL:1c Red Carpet [Toot Suite]
Columbia C-32471 JPL:1d Ready, Go [Toot Suite]
Columbia C-32471 JPL:2 Jones
Columbia C-32471 JPL:3 El Gato
Columbia C-32471 JPL:4 All Of Me
Columbia C-32471 JPL:5a Go Away Blues
Jimmy Rushing, vocal
Columbia C-32471 JPL:5b Hello, Little Girl
Jimmy Rushing, vocal
Columbia C-32471 JPL:5c Love To Hear My Baby Call My Name
Jimmy Rushing, vocal

Billie Holiday: Buck Clayton, t; Mal Waldron, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

Columbia C-32471 JPL:6a When Your Lover Has Gone
Billie Holiday, vocal
Columbia C-32471 JPL:6b (Hush Now) Don't Explain
Billie Holiday, vocal

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: As for first entry for date.

Columbia C-32471 JPL:7 Take The "A" Train


September 26, 1958. New York.

Columbia recording session at the 30th Street Studio.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Clark Terry, t, fl; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, Bill Graham, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts, Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Billy Strayhorn, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

CO61513 CBS 26306 56/62v3:B2 To Know You Is To Love You
Johnny Ray, vocal
CO61514 CBS 26306 56/62v3:B3 The Lonely Ones
Johnny Ray, vocal


Probably October 17, 1958. Liverpool, England.

Empress of Britain Telecast titled "The Atlantic Showboat."

Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington, p; Malcolm Mitchell, g; Russ Stableford, d.

BritCon:27 Take The "A" Train


October 29, 1958. Paris.

Concert at the Alhambra Theater.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, t; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

Alhambra:1 Take The "A" Train
Alhambra:2a Black And Tan Fantasy
Alhambra:2b Creole Love Call
Alhambra:2c The Mooche
Alhambra:3 Newport Up
Alhambra:4 Tenderly
Alhambra:5 Juniflip
Alhambra:6 Frustration
Alhambra:7a Kinda Dukish
Alhambra:7b Rockin' In Rhythm
Alhambra:8 Jeep's Blues
Alhambra:9 All Of Me
Alhambra:10 Things Ain't What They Used To Be
Alhambra:11 Jam With Sam
Alhambra:12 Hi Fi Fo Fum
Alhambra:13a Diminuendo In Blue [medley]
Alhambra:13b Wailing Interval [medley]
Alhambra:13c Crescendo In Blue [medley]


November 2, 1958. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Concert at the Concertgebouw.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: William "Cat" Anderson, Harold "Shorty" Baker, t; Clark Terry, t, fl; Ray Nance, t, vn; Quentin "Butter" Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

Live58dvd:1a Black And Tan Fantasy [medley]
Live58dvd:1b Creole Love Call [medley]
Live58dvd:1c The Mooche [medley]
Live58dvd:2 Harlem Air Shaft
Live58dvd:3 Sophisticated Lady
Live58dvd:4 My Funny Valentine
Live58dvd:5a Kinda Dukish [medley]
Live58dvd:5b Rockin' In Rhythm [medley]
Live58dvd:6 Mr Gentle And Mr Cool
Live58dvd:7 Jack The Bear
Live58dvd:9 All Of Me
Live58dvd:10 Things Ain't What They Used To Be
Live58dvd:11 Hi Fi Fo Fum
Live58dvd:12a Sophisticated Lady [medley]
Live58dvd:12b Don't Get Around Much Anymore [medley]
Live58dvd:12c Do Nothing Til You Hear From Me [medley]
Live58dvd:12d Don't You Know I Care [medley]
Live58dvd:12e In A Sentimental Mood [medley]
Live58dvd:12f Mood Indigo [medley]
Live58dvd:12g I'm Beginning To See The Light [medley]
Live58dvd:12h Caravan [medley]
Live58dvd:12i I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) [medley]
Live58dvd:12j It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) [medley]
Ray Nance, vocal
Live58dvd:12k Solitude [medley]
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
Live58dvd:12l I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart [medley]
Live58dvd:12m Don't Get Around Much Anymore [medley]
Live58dvd:13a Diminuendo In Blue [medley]
Live58dvd:13b Wailing Interval [medley]
Live58dvd:13c Crescendo In Blue [medley]


November 14, 1958. Munich, Germany.

Concert at the Deutsches Museum.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, t; Ray Nance, t, vn; Clark Terry, t, fl; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Jimmy Hamilton, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts, Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

Munich:1 Take The "A" Train
Munich:2a Black And Tan Fantasy [medley]
Munich:2b Creole Love Call [medley]
Munich:2c The Mooche [medley]
Munich:3 Newport Up
Munich:4 Sophisticated Lady
Munich:5 Sonnet To Hank Cinq
Munich:6 What Else Can You Do With A Drum?
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
Munich:7 Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
Munich:8 Jeep's Blues
Munich:9 Take The "A" Train
Munich:10 Hi Fi Fo Fum
Munich:11 Don't Get Around Much Anymore [medley]
Munich:12 Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me [medley]
Munich:13 In A Sentimental Mood [medley]
Munich:14 Mood Indigo [medley]
Munich:15 I'm Beginning To See The Light [medley]
Munich:16 Sophisticated Lady [medley]
Munich:17 Caravan [medley]
Munich:18 I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) [medley]
Munich:19 Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me) [medley]
Ray Nance, vocal
Munich:20 It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) [medley]
Ray Nance, vocal
Munich:21 Satin Doll [medley]
Munich:22 Solitude [medley]
Ozzie Bailey, vocal
Munich:23a I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart [medley]
Munich:23b Don't Get Around Much Anymore [medley]
Munich:24a Diminuendo In Blue
Munich:24b Wailing Interval


November 20, 1958. Paris.

Concert at the Salle Pleyel.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Harold "Shorty" Baker, Nelson Williams, t; Clark Terry, t, fl; Ray Nance, t, vn; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, tb; John Sanders, vtb; Johnny Hodges, as; Russell Procope, as, cl; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Paul Gonsalves, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, bcl; Duke Ellington, p; Jimmy Woode, b; Sam Woodyard, d.

Mg DAWE-40 SRO:12 The Hawk Talks


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