Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra - Braggin' In Brass / The New East St. Louis Toodle-O download mp3 album
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Read about East St. Louis Toodle-o from Duke Ellington & His Orchestra's Music Beyond Compare and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The band started in New York City under name of the Washingtonians in 1923, they then briefly became known as Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra, then as Duke Ellington and his Cotton Club Orchestra from 1927 to 1930. It was through weekly radio broadcasts from the Cotton Club that the orchestra gained nationwide exposure and became famous. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra is perhaps the greatest of all Jazz bands.
East St Louis Toodle-Oo" (also "Toodle-O") is a composition written by Duke Ellington and Bubber Miley and recorded several times by Ellington for various labels from 1926-1930 under various titles. This song was the first charting single for Duke Ellington in 1927 and was one of the main examples of his early "jungle music". This composition was covered by Steely Dan on their 1974 album Pretzel Logic.
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