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  1. Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra grew to a group of ten players; they developed their own sound by displaying the non-traditional expression of Ellington's arrangements, the street rhythms of Harlem, and the exotic-sounding trombone growls and wah-wahs, high-squealing trumpets, and saxophone blues licks of the band powermetal.kelediballadomeenasnowforge.infoinfo: Jazz, swing.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In A Mellotone on Discogs/5(7).
  3. Song information for Take the "A" Train - Duke Ellington on AllMusic. Song information for Take the "A" Train - Duke Ellington on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Happy Birthday, Duke! the Birthday Sessions, Vol. 5.
  4. Billy Strayhorn achieved musical immortality through his composition "Take the 'A' Train.". Introduced in early by Duke Ellington, the bandleader made it his theme song the following year, and so it remained for the rest of Ellington's life. The trumpet solo which served as .
  5. Take the A Train Lyrics: I hate to see that evening sun go down / I hate to see that evening sun go down / 'Cause my lovin' baby done left this town / If I feel tomorrow, like I feel today / If I feel.
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