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(Theme) Take The A Train Into Station Break - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - The Treasury Shows Vol.13 (CD)

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  1. Apr 29,  · Today is the th anniversary of the birth of jazz legend Duke Ellington. His band's signature tune, written by Billy Strayhorn, was "Take the A Train," and it .
  2. The Treasury Shows Volume 6: Ellington Duke & His Orchestra: scheesunchoponlapabepucebetigwinn.coinfo: Music. Skip to main scheesunchoponlapabepucebetigwinn.coinfo Try Prime Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try. Prime Cart. Music. Go Search Hello Select your address Reviews: 2.
  3. Take the A Train Lyrics: I hate to see that evening sun go down / I hate to see that evening sun go down / 'Cause my lovin' baby done left this town / If I feel tomorrow, like I feel today / If I feel.
  4. Duke Ellington rarely wrote his music down, preferring to work by oral tradition. False Duke Ellington's and His Mother Called Him Bill, featuring "Blood Count" and "Lotus Blossom," was a tribute album to.
  5. Take the "A" Train (Theme) [Into Station Break] Take the "A" Train (Theme) [Broadcast Return] In a Sentimental Mood: It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) Solitude: I'm Beginning to See the Light/ [Ellington Bond Promo] Don't You Know I Care (Or Don't You Care to Know) In the Shade of the.
  6. This song was written by Billy Strayhorn, who played piano and wrote arrangements for Duke Ellington's band. Strayhorn recalled that the song that became the signature opening piece for Duke Ellington and his Orchestra came to him with very little effort.
  7. "Take The A Train" - Duke Ellington, (swing jazz) In , pianist Billy Strayhorn wrote a song that would soon become the national anthem of the New York City subway transit system. The tune became the signature number for Duke Ellington and his orchestra, as well .
  8. A major figure in the history of jazz, Ellington's music stretched into various other genres, including blues, gospel, film scores, popular, and classical. His career spanned more than 50 years and included leading his orchestra, composing an inexhaustible songbook, scoring for movies, composing stage musicals, and world tours.

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