A number of items from Ellington '99 are available for purchase.
Bust of Duke Ellington, 6 1/2 inches high, bronze, limited edition of 40: $40.00 + postage and handling as follows: US and Canada - $6.00; European countries - $18.00.
Bust of Duke Ellington, as above except in ivory, limited edition of 60: Same prices as above.
Commemorative CD, "The Duke In Washington" (1943-1969), compiled and produced by Jerry Valburn and Jack Towers: $12.00 plus $3.00 P & H in US and Canada, $4.50 to Europe. The CD's contents are listed below.
Souvenir Program: $5.00 plus $1.00 P & H in US and Canada, $3.50 to Europe.
Sheet of 50 Duke Ellington Commemorative US postage stamps (face value = $11.00): $20.00 plus $.75 in US, $1.00 to Canada, $2.00 to Europe.
Supplies are limited, especially of the bust, so stock up now - all are sure to become collector's items.
Please remit payment in US$ in advance to: Ellington '99, P.O. Box 42504, Washington, D.C. 20015-9998.
The contents of the CD are as follows:
LANGLEY AFB, HAMPTON, VA, 8 DEC 43:
1. Spoken intro by Duke
2. I Wonder Why, Betty Roche, vocal
3. Goin' Up
NAVAL TRAINING CENTER, BAINBRIUDGE, MD, 8 JULY 44:
4. Announcer and Duke spoken intro
5. G. I., Jive
6. Amor, Amor
7. Frankie and Johnny
HOWARD THEATRE, Wshington, dc, 20 april 46:
8. The Blues (BB&B), Kay Davis, vocal
THE ARMORY, WASHINGTON, DC, 20 APRIL 55:
10. A Tone Parallel To Harlem
12. All The Things You Are
13. Happy-Go-Lucky Local
HOWARD UNIVERSITY/WASHINGTON JAZZ FESTIVAL, WASHINGTON, DC, 2 june 62:
14. The The 'A' Train
15. A Single Petal Of A Rose
THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, DC, 29 APRIL 69:
The booklet, with liner notes by Ted Hudson, includes complete personnel.