Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra - I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart / Don't Get Around Much Anymore download mp3 album
Don't Get Around Much Anymore" is a jazz standard written by composer Duke Ellington. The song was originally entitled "Never No Lament" and was first recorded by Duke Ellington and his orchestra on May 4, 1940. Don't Get Around Much Anymore" quickly became a hit after Bob Russell wrote its lyrics in 1942. Two different recordings of "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", one by The Ink Spots and the other by Ellington's own band, reached No. 1 on the R&B chart in the US in 1943
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I Let a Song (Go Out of My Heart) & Don't Get Around Much Any More. I Let a Song Go out of My Heart & Don't Get Around Much Anymore. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.
Watch the video for I Let a Song Go out of My Heart from Johnny Hodges's The Jeep Is Jumpin' for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Skip to YouTube video. The paths of Johnny Hodges (John Cornelius "Johnny" Hodges, nicknames: "Rabbit", "Jeep". b. July 25, 1906, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, d. May 11, 1970) and Duke Ellington are eternally intertwined. While Hodges is now universally acknowledged as one of the seminal alto saxophonists in jazz he was, at times, overlooked as an artist in his own right; somehow hidden in the penumbra of The Duke Ellington Orchestra, for which Mr. Hodges was the lead alto player for many decades (doubling on soprano saxophone in the '30's and '40's as . ead.
Two different recordings of "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", one by The Ink Spots and the other by Ellington's own band, reached No 1 on the R&B chart in the US in 1943 Both were top-ten pop records, along with a version by Glen Gray The Duke Ellington version reached No 8 on the pop chart. 1943: The Ink Spots reached number 1 on the R&B chart for two non-consecutive weeks and number 2 on the pop chart. 1960: Louis Armstrong recorded a version in 1958 released on his album I've Got the World on a String 1960. 1960: The Coasters on their album One by One. 1961: Mel Tormé on The Duke Ellington and Count Basie Songbooks for Verve Records. 1961: Sam Cooke on My Kind of Blues. 1961: Etta James on The Second Time Around for Argo Records. I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart". I'm Beginning to See the Light". I'm Just a Lucky So-and-So".
Album · 2010 · 41 Songs. Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra. 3. Castle Rock: A Gentle Breeze. 4. Castle Rock: Globe Trotter. 5. Castle Rock: Jeep's Blues. 6. Castle Rock: A Pound Of Blues. 7. Castle Rock: You Blew Out The Flame In My Heart. 8. Castle Rock: Something To Pat Your Foot To. 9. Castle Rock: Blue Fantasia.
Album: Duke Ellington's Greatest (1945). Artist: Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra. Money online! Converting/Cutting. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below. Org D Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra.
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|A||I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
Composed By – Ellington*Lyrics By – Nemo*, Mills*, Redmond*
|B||Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Composed By – Ellington*Lyrics By – Russell*
- Acoustic Bass – Lloyd Trotman
- Alto Saxophone – Johnny Hodges
- Drums – Osie Johnson (tracks: James Johnson)
- Piano – Leroy Lovett
- Supervised By – Norman Granz
- Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster
- Trombone – Lawrence Brown
- Trumpet – Emmett Berry
NotesA & B: recorded New York, NY, April 9, 1954.
Billboard Jan. 29, 1955, p. 46: Other Records Released This Week.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): 1546-2
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): 1547-4
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout, stamped): N 129A C-1546 H
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout, stamped): N 129B C-1547 H
|129x45||Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra||I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart / Don't Get Around Much Anymore (7", Single)||Norgran Records||129x45||US||1955|