Thursday, 10 February 2011

Duke Ellington - Toodle-oo | Vocalion Records MONO VLP 4


Duke Ellington - Toodle-oo | Vocalion Records MONO VLP 4

Side 1


EAST ST. LOUIS TOODLE-OO (Ellington) (E 4110 rec. 29 November 1926) (a)
BIRMINGHAM BREAKDOWN (Ellington) (E 4114 rec. 29 November 1926) (a)
IMMIGRATION BLUES (Ellington) (E 4321 rec. 29 December 1926) (a)
THE CREEPER (Ellington) (E 4323 rec. 29 December 1926) (a)
THE CREEPER (Ellington) (E 4324 rec. 29 December 1926) (a)
NEW ORLEANS LOW-DOWN (Ellington) (E 4510 rec. 3 February 1927) (a)
SONG OF THE COTTON FIELD (Grainger) (E 4511 rec. 3 February 1927) (a)
BIRMINGHAM BREAKDOWN (Ellington) (E 21641 rec. 28 February 1927) (a)

Side 2

EAST ST. LOUIS TOODLE-OO
(Ellington) (E 21872 rec. 14 March 1927) (a)
BLACK AND TAN FANTASY (Ellington/Miley) (E 22299 rec. 7 April 1927) (a)
SOLILOQUY (Ellington/'Bloom) (E 22809 rec. 30 April 1927) (b)
RED HOT BAND (Fields/Healy/McHugh) (E 6824 rec. 29 December 1927) (c)
DOIN' THE FROG (Fields/Healy/McHugh) (E 6826 rec. 29 December 1927) (c)
TAKE IT EASY (Ellington) (E 27089 rec. 21 March, 1928) (d)
JUBILEE STOMP (Ellington) (E 27091 rec. 21 March, 1928) (d)

Personnel

(a)   Rudy Jackson, Otto Hardwicke, Harry Carney (reeds);
Rubber Miley, Louis Metcalfe (tpts); Joe Nanton (tmb); Duke Ellington (pno); Fred Guy (bjo); Bass Edwards (tuba); Sonny Greer (ds).
(b)   Same as (a) except: June Clark (tpt) replaces Miley.
(c)   Same as (a) except: Wellman Braud (bs) replaces Bass Edwards (tuba).
(d)   Barney Bigard, Otto Hardwicke, Harry Carney (reeds);
Arthur Whetsol, Louis Metcalfe (tpts); Joe Nanton (tmb); Duke Ellington (pno); Fred Guy (bjo); Wellman Braud (bs); Sonny Greer (ds).

All recordings made in New York.

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