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Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis plays the music of Duke Ellington

A special edition CD featuring first time recordings created exclusively for Brooks Brothers. Features the music of Duke Ellington.

Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis plays the music of Duke Ellington

Album Info

Ensemble JLCO with Wynton Marsalis
Release Date January 29th, 2004
Recording Date March 26, 1999 - May 20, 2003
Record Label Brooks Brothers
Formats CD
Genre Jazz at Lincoln Center Recordings

Album Links

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Track Listing

Track Length Preview
Anitra’s Dance 2:53 Play
Almost Cried 2:20 Play
I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart 2:55 Play
Jump for Joy 2:54 Play
Sugar Rum Cherry 3:09 Play
Concerto for Cootie 3:46 Play
Kinda Dukish/Rockin’ In Rhythm (medley) 5:32 Play
Zweet Zurday 3:43 Play
Bli Blip 3:04 Play
Pyramid 3:07 Play
Rhapsody In Blue 6:16 Play
Jack The Bear 3:21 Play
The Shepherd (Who Looks Over the Night Flock) 7:39 Play

Liner Notes

First Time Recordings Created Exclusively for Brooks Brothers.

Brooks Brothers is proud to be a major sponsor of Jazz at Lincoln Center and the exclusive clothier of the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis. The LCJO and Mr. Marsalis perform throughout the world wearing Brooks Brothers… bringing two great American classic together.

1. ANITRA’S DANCE (2:53)
(Edvard Grieg/Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorn)
Tempo Music Inc.

2. ALMOST CRIED (2:20)
(Duke Ellington) arr: Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorn
XVarner Chappell Music, Inc.

3. I LET A SONG GO OUT OF MY HEART (2:55)
(Duke Ellington/Irving Mills/Henry Nemo/John
Redmond) Famous Music Corp./EMI Mills Music

4. JUMP FOR JOY (2:54)
(Duke Ellington/Sid Kuller/Paul Francis Webster)
Famous Music Corp./EMI Music

5. SUGAR RUM CHERRY (3:09)
(Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorn)
Temp Music Inc.

6. CONCERTO FOR COOTIE (3:46)
(Edvard Grieg/Duke Ellington)
Famous Music Corp.

7. KJNDA DLJKISH/ROCKIN’ IN RHYTHM (MEDLEY) (5:32)
Kinda Dukish: (Duke Ellington)
Famous Music Corp. Rockin’ In Rhythm: (Duke Ellington/Harry Carney/Irving Mills) Famous Music
Corp./EMI Mills Music

8. ZWEET ZURZDAY (3:43)
(Duke Ellington)
Music Sales Corp.

9. BLI BLIP (3:04)
(Duke Ellington/Sid Kulier)
Famous Music Corp./EMI Music

10. PYRAMID (3:07)
(Duke Ellington/Irving Gordon/Juan Tizol/Irving Mills)
Famous Music Corp./EMI Mills Music

11. RHAPSODY IN BLUE (6:16)
(George Gershwin)
New World Music Company

12. JACK THE BEAR (3:21)
(Duke Ellington)
Famous Music Corp.

13. THE SHEPHERD (WHO LOOKS OVER THE NIGHT FLOCK) (7:39)
(Duke Ellington)
Duke Ellington Music

Credits

All tracks ASCAP
Wynton Marsalis: Music Director

Steve Epstein: Producer
Saundra Palmer-Grassi: Recording Engineer
Steve Rathe: Senior Producer / Murray Street
Matthew D. Payne: Production Assistant / Murray Street
Bob Wolff: Editing / Sony Music Studios
Jim Caruana, Dustin Kreidler and Mike Tschupp: Sony Music Studios
Timmy Olmstead and Jason Stasium: Right Track Recording

Delfeayo Marsalis: Remix Producer/Mastering
Patrick Smith: Remix Engineer
Daniel Kresco: Assistant Remix Engineer
Additional mixing at GlenWood Place Studios, L.A.

-Tracks 1. 6, 13: Recorded at Boettcher Hall, Denver, CO on March 26,1999
-Tracks 2, 3, 10: Recorded at Clinton Studios, New York, NY on May 18, 2000
-Track 8: Recorded at The Hit Factory, New York, NY on May 20, 2001
-Tracks 4, 7: Recorded at Right Track Studios, New York, NY on May 19, 2002
-Tracks 5, 9, 11, 12: Recorded at Right Track Studios, New York, NY on May 20, 2003

The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra:

Wynton Marsalis – Trumpet (except Tracks 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12)
Wess “Warmdaddy” Anderson -Alto Saxophone
Ted Nash – Alto Saxophone, Clarinet
Walter Blanding Jr. – Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet (except Track 8)
Andy Farber – Tenor Saxophone (on Track 8)
Victor Goines – Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet
Joe Temperley – Baritone Saxophone
Ryan Kisor – Trumpet
Seneca Black – Trumpet
Marcus Printup – Trumpet
Michael Rodriguez – Trumpet (on Tracks 4, 7, 8)
Terell Stafford — Trumpet (on Tracks 5, 11)
Vincent Gardner – Trombone (on Tracks 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12)

Wycliffe Gordon – Trombone (except Tracks 4, 5, 7, 9,11,12)
Ron Westray – Trombone
Wayne Goodman – Trombone (on Tracks 6, 13)
Andre Havward – Trombone (on Tracks 2, 3, 4, 7, 10)
Farid Barren – Piano (except Tracks 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12)
Fredrick Sanders – Piano (on Tracks 4, 7)
Richard D. Johnson – Piano (on Tracks 9, 11, 12)
Rodney Whitaker.- Bass (except Tracks 5, 9, 11, 12)
Carlos Henriquez – Bass (on Tracks 5, 9, 11, 12)
Herlin Riley – Drums
Will Terrill – Maracas (on Track 10)
Doug Wamble – Guitar (on Track 7)
Matt Munisteri – Guitar (on Tracks 9,12)
Carmen Bradford – Vocals (on Track 4)
Grady Tate — Vocals (on Track 9)

Soloists:

Track 1: Wes Anderson – Alto Saxophone; Walter Blanding,Jr. – Tenor Saxophone – Victor Goines – clarinet
Track 2: Ryan Kisor — Trumpet
Track 3: Ted Nash — Alto Saxophone; Joe Temperley — Baritone Saxophone; Wycliffe GorSSN^Trombone
Track 4: Vincent Gardner — Trombone; Carmen Bradford – Vocal; Ted Nash – Alto Saxophone
Track 5: Walter Blanding,Jr. – Tenor Saxophone
Track 6: Ryan Kisor – Trumpet
Track 7: Fredrick Sanders — Piano; Ron Westray – Trombone; Victor Goines — Clarinet; Vincent Gardner— Trombone; Seneca Black — Trumpet
Track 8: Ron Westray – Trombone; Andy Farber – Tenor Saxophone
Track 9: Marcus Printup — Trumpet
Track 10: Ron Westray – Trombone; Joe Temperley – Baritone Saxophone; Wynton Marsalis — Trumpet: Walter Blanding, Jr. – Tenor Saxophone
Track 11: Joe Temperiey – Baritone Saxophone; Ryan Kisor – Trumpet; Walter Blanding, Jr. Victor Goines – Clarinet
Track 12: Carlos Henriquez – Bass; Victor Goines – Clarinet; Joe Temperley – Baritone Saxophone; Vincent Gardner – Trombone

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