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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - The Transition Years Album

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - The Transition Years Album
Performer: Duke Ellington And His Orchestra
Title: The Transition Years
Country: Japan
Genre: Jazz
Released: 1973
Catalog number: SOPL-212
Label: CBS/Sony
MP3 album szie: 1768 mb
FLAC album size: 1609 mb


2How High The Moon2:55
3Air Conditioned Jungle2:54
4The Hawk Talks2:59
5Golden Cress3:00
6On The Sunny Side Of The Street2:44
7Please Be Kind3:12
8Deep Night2:43
9Fancy Dan3:01
10Hy'a Sue2:54
11New York City Blues3:13
12Plucked Again3:01
13Progressive Gavotte2:58
14On A Turquoise Cloud3:23
15Lady Of The Lavender Mist3:17
16V.I.P.'s Boogie3:01


With OBI

Re-issue Supervised by Masaaki Awamura
Re-issue Produced by Kiyoshi Itoh, Yukio Morisaki
Re-mastering: Ichiroh Komatsu
Cover Design: Shuichi Yoshida


  • Manufactured By – CBS/Sony Inc.

Short intro

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