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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra / Mills' Blue Rhythm Band - The Mystery Song / Moanin'

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra / Mills' Blue Rhythm Band - The Mystery Song / Moanin'

Performer: Duke Ellington And His Orchestra / Mills' Blue Rhythm Band
Title: The Mystery Song / Moanin'
Style: Swing, Big Band
Released: 23 Oct 1931
Cat#: 22800
Country: US
Label: Victor
Size MP3 version: 1588 mb
Size FLAC version: 1765 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 289
Genre: Jazz

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra / Mills' Blue Rhythm Band - The Mystery Song / Moanin'


Tracklist

1Mills' Blue Rhythm BandMoanin'
Written-By – Harry White, Irving Mills
2Duke Ellington And His OrchestraThe Mystery Song
Written-By – Ellington, Mills

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
22800Duke Ellington And His Orchestra / Mills' Blue Rhythm Band Duke Ellington And His Orchestra / Mills' Blue Rhythm Band - The Mystery Song / Moanin' ‎(Shellac, 10")Victor22800Canada1931
E.A.1078Duke Ellington & His Orchestra / Mills' Blue Rhythm Band Duke Ellington & His Orchestra / Mills' Blue Rhythm Band - The Mystery Song / Moanin' ‎(Shellac, 10")His Master's VoiceE.A.1078Australia1932

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Baritone Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited]Harry Carney (tracks: A)
  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited]Charlie Holmes (tracks: B)
  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited], Soprano Saxophone [Uncredited]Johnny Hodges (tracks: A)
  • Arranged By [Uncredited], Piano [Uncredited]Edgar Hayes (tracks: B)
  • Banjo [Uncredited]Benny James (tracks: B), Fred Guy (tracks: A)
  • Clarinet [Uncredited], Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited]Barney Bigard (tracks: A), Castor McCord (tracks: B), Ted McCord (tracks: B)
  • Directed By [Uncredited]Bob Stephens (tracks: B)
  • Double Bass [Uncredited]Hayes Alvis (tracks: B), Wellman Braud (tracks: A)
  • Drums [Uncredited]Sonny Greer (tracks: A), Willie Lynch (tracks: B)
  • Piano [Uncredited], Arranged By [Uncredited], Directed By [Uncredited]Duke Ellington (tracks: A)
  • Trombone [Uncredited]Harry White (tracks: B), Henry Hicks (tracks: B), Joe Nanton (tracks: A), Juan Tizol (tracks: A)
  • Trumpet [Uncredited]Arthur Whetsol (tracks: A), Cootie Williams (tracks: A), Ed Anderson (tracks: B), Freddy Jenkins (tracks: A), Shelton Hemphill (tracks: B), Wardell Jones (tracks: B)
  • VocalsGeorge Morton (tracks: B)

Notes

Side A = Mx. BRC-68240-1 was recorded on June 17, 1931 in Camden, NJ.

Side B = Mx. BRC-79963-1 was recorded on June 18, 1931 in New York, NY.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): E 22800A 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): B 22800B 1

Companies

  • Record Company – RCA Victor Company, Inc.

Video

Album

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