Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington Volume Two is a compilation CD featuring recordings by pianist Earl Hines performing compositions by Duke Ellington on the New World label which follows the first volume in rereleasing tracks from LPs that Hines recorded for the Master Jazz label in sessions between 1971 and 1974.
Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington is a compilation double album set featuring solo recordings by pianist Earl Hines performing compositions by Duke Ellington which were originally released as a series of four LPs that Hines recorded for the Master Jazz label in four separate sessions between 1971 and 1975 and rereleased on the New World label on LP in 1988 and on CD. in 1992. It was followed by a second volume in 1997.
Earl Hines at Sundown (1974). Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington Volume Two (1997). php?title Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington Volume Two&oldid 841485170". Categories: 1997 compilation albums. Only two of these were issued, one of which was a Hines composition, Congaine, a keen snappy foxtrot, which also featured a solo by Hines. 7. Billy Strayhorn – His compositions include Take the A Train, Chelsea Bridge, A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing, and Lush Life. Strayhorn was born in Dayton, Ohio and his family soon moved to the Homewood section of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Earl Hines Plays Cole Porter is a solo album by pianist Earl Hines performing compositions by Cole Porter which wa. mage: Earl Hines Plays Cole Porter. Image: Earl Hines plays Cole Porter Swaggie.
This double CD contains 20 of his better performances including both Ellington's better-known standards and a few obscurities (most notably lengthy versions of "The Shepherd" and "Black Butterfly"). The music is satisfying, although one wishes that New World had reissued all of the music from this extensive project on three CDs. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.
Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington - Volume 4 (LP).
Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington Volume Two (New World, 1971-1974 ) reissue of Master Jazz LPs. Earl Hines: Hines plays Hines: The Australian Sessions: solo: Swaggie 1972. Duet!: (with Jaki Byard), Verve/MPS 1972. Earl Hines: Tour de Force & Tour de Force Encore: solo: Black Lion 1972. See, for instance, the producer George Avakian's sleeve notes to Columbia's 1951 solo album Piano Moods CL6171 and producer Hank O'Neal's sleeve notes to the 1977 solo album Earl Hines in New Orleans, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 200. ^ Dance 1983, p. 5. A typical example of this is the three alternative and dramatically different versions of "Rose Room" that Hines recorded over less than half an hour in Paris in 1965 (all three are on the album Fatha's Hands). Dance 1983, p. 306. ^ "Reds Change Hines Tour".
Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington Volume Two is a compilation CD featuring recordings by pianist Earl Hines performing compositions by Duke Ellington on the New World label which follows the first volume in rereleasing tracks from LPs that Hines recorded for the Master Jazz label in sessions between 1971 and 1974. His chance-taking solos were sometimes hair-raising and always full of surprises"
Plays Duke Ellington was the seventh album by the jazz group the World Saxophone Quartet, released in 1986. The album marked a departure for the quartet, in that their first six albums had been of music written by the four musicians themselves; this was their first venture into jazz standards. Take the 'A' Train" (Strayhorn) –1:33. Lush Life" (Strayhorn) –6:30. Prelude to a Kiss" (Ellington–Gordon–Mills) –2:43. Sophisticated Lady" (Ellington–Mills–Parish) –4:41. Earl Hines in New Orleans released: 1998. Jazz Greats, Volume 43: Earl Hines: 57 Varieties released: 1997. Jazz Masters, 100 ans de Jazz: Earl "Fatha" Hines released: 1996. Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington released: 1996. Back on the Street released: 1995. Earl Hines and the Duke's Men released: 1994. Storyville Masters of Jazz, Volume 2: Earl Hines released: 1994. Piano Man: 1928-1955 released: 1993.
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