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Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges

... play the blues - Back to Back

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  • Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges - Back to Back
  • 01. Wabash Blues (6:24)
  • 02. Basin Street Blues (8:01)
  • 03. Beale Street Blues (7:35)
  • 04. Weary Blues (6:54)
  • 05. St. Louis Blues (5:47)
  • 06. Loveless Love (7:09)
  • 07. Royal Garden Blues (5:21)
  • Duke Ellington - piano
  • Johnny Hodges - alto saxophone
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2 LP HQ-200G 45rpm:

Nr kat.: AP6055
Label  : Acoustic Sounds
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Label  : Acoustic Sounds

...i jeszcze jeden, i jeszcze raz...!

The Blues! Played again and again. Rediscovered and reinvented again and again. The foundation of all different types and styles of popular music from 1890 to the present day! Although not always recognizable as such, and often labeled Blues although not adhering to the strict form, it has provided the basis for music by such diverse artists as Louis Armstrong, Elvis Presley, the Beatles, and Eric Clapton. It was obvious that the Duke, too, should devote a complete LP to this theme. But instead of inviting his whole orchestra into the studio, he only chose the rhythm group and Johnny Hodges, his star soloist on the tenor saxophone. In addition he asked Harry 'Sweets' Edison, who played muted trumpet in the Count Basie Band, to join them. Did they consult with one another? These musicians don't need that sort of thing! Arrangements? What for? For the Blues? Absolutely unnecessary! It's in our blood! Playing the Blues is outdated? No way! Just listen to our "Royal Garden Blues"! Modern Riffs in every single second! By the way: this latter number is the only true blues - strictly speaking - among these nine titles. And there is something less well known to discover among the numbers recorded at the 1959 session: although he himself described his orchestra as his most important and best instrument, as a pianist the Duke proves to be an excellent accompanist in this small combo. Muzycy: Duke Ellington, piano Johnny Hodges, alto saxophone Harry "Sweets" Edison, trumpet Les Spann, guitar Al Hall, bass Sam Jones, bass Jo Jones, drums

 

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