In general the '60s were not a good period for big bands and many veteran jazz artists. The labels often pressured musicians to play the more faddish tunes of the day or to come up with gimmicks that would increase their record sales. In Duke Ellington 's case, he largely avoided the traps that were set for so many others of his era, with the exception of four albums. This one found him playing 11 tunes from the swing era and, although not that painful at least there were no note-for-note recreationsthe results are also not all that stimulating.
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Track Listing. Tuxedo Junction. Erskine Hawkins. Duke Ellington. Smoke Rings. Glen Gray. Artistry in Rhythm. Stan Kenton. The Waltz You Saved for Me. Wayne King. Woodchopper's Ball. Woody Herman. Sentimental Journey. Les Brown. Louis Armstrong. One O'Clock Jump. Count Basie. Benny Goodman. Sleep, Sleep, Si Zentner - Big big bands. Fred Waring. Rhapsody in Blue. Paul Whiteman.
Don't Get Around Much Anymore. Tuxedo Junction Erskine Hawkins. Reed blues (dorn) - Woody Herman Rings Glen Gray. Artistry in Rhythm Stan Kenton. Hector - Nostalgia Ball Woody Herman. Sentimental Journey Les Brown. Good-Bye Benny Goodman. Sleep, Sleep, Sleep Fred Waring. Rhapsody in Blue Paul Whiteman.
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