Everything But You (Into Broadcast Close) - Duke Ellington - The Treasury Shows Vol. 9 (CD)

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  1. The seventh two-CD set in the important Treasury Shows series that reissues Duke Ellington's radio broadcasts of his Treasury shows of has more than its share of worthy music. Reissued in full are the broadcasts of June 30 and July 7, , plus additional material performed at the Café Zanzibar on October 7 and 17 of the same year. Reply
  2. The Treasury Shows Vol. 8. Duke Ellington; Price $ Catalogue Number Shade of the Old Apple Tree Diminuendo in Blue Kissing Bug Rocks in My Bed Ellington Bond Promo Crescendo in Blue Bugle Breaks Everything but You [Broadcast Close] A Friend of [Broadcast Close] Tea for Two Midriff Ellington Bond Promo A Door Will Open Blues on the. Reply
  3. In April , to promote the sale of war bonds, the Treasury Department contracted Duke Ellington to do a series of 55 min public broadcasts. This double CD contains broadcast No. 36 and 37 complete with radio speaks and encouragements to buy bonds + bonus material and extensive liner notes. Reply
  4. Duke Ellington and his band participated in numerous weekly broadcasts during a good part of the s; this two-CD compilation features three complete programs as they were originally aired. Although these performances fall short of groundbreaking, they have their moments. The two U.S. Treasury Department-sponsored broadcasts, created to promote the sale of war bonds, find Ellington mixing 8/ Reply
  5. The third two-CD set of Duke Ellington Treasury Shows, which aired beginning in the closing months of World War II, features two complete consecutive weekly programs, including heavily scripted announcements by Bill Abernathy and the likewise, now somewhat amusing, bond pitches by Ellington himself (the politically correct of today will be shocked to hear him refer to the Japanese military Price: $ Reply
  6. Nov 11,  · The Aug. 9 and 17, broadcasts are augmented by seven selections from Although it is an enormous amount of music, true Ellington fans will want all of the Treasury Shows in Storyville’s admirable reissue series. Just imagine, 44 CDs (thus far) from a month period in Duke Ellington’s career! Reply
  7. The whole Duke Ellington Treasury Shows series will be 25 double CDs. We’re approaching the end with this release, which is number 23, and the rest is on its way! The Treasury Shows form an indispensable addition to the history of Duke Ellington and jazz big bands in the s. Reply
  8. On April 7, , Duke Ellington began a series of broadcasts for the Treasury Department; the series ended 45 shows later on October 5, Albums of the broadcasts were released by Sweden's Phontastic label's Nostalgia Series beginning in the early s and, almost 20 years later, Denmark's outstanding Storyville label began an undertaking to reissue all of the sessions on CD. Reply
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