Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Featuring Louis Bellson - Skin Deep mp3 album
Title: Skin Deep
Style: Big Band
Date of release: 1952
Size MP3: 1959 mb
Size FLAC: 1876 mb
Format: ASF RA VOX VQF XM WAV VOC
Louis Bellson And His Orchestra – Skin Deep. Label: Norgran Records – MG N-1046. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Drums – Louis Bellson. Guitar – Barney Kessel (tracks: A1 to A4), Joe Puma (tracks: B1 to B6). Mellophone, Vibraphone, Trumpet, Bongos – Don Elliott (tracks: B1 to B6). Photography By – Herman Leonard. Piano – Jimmy Rowles (tracks: A1 to A4), Ralph Martin (tracks: B1 to B6). Supervised By – Norman Granz
The title track is Bellson's best known piece, written while he was briefly with Duke Ellington; this powerful big band version is as effective as his famous earlier version. Another choice cut is "For Europeans Only," featuring a strong solo by the ill-fated tenor saxophonist Wardell Gray, who was killed a little over a year following this session.
Black, Brown and Beige is a 1958 jazz album by Duke Ellington and his orchestra, featuring Mahalia Jackson. The album is a recording of a revised version of Ellington's Black, Brown and Beige suite. After a disappointing critical response to its first performance in 1943, Ellington divided the three-part suite into six shorter sections, leaving in "Come Sunday" and "Work Song", and it is this version that is recorded here. All tracks by Duke Ellington.
Skin Deep is an album by American jazz drummer Louis Bellson featuring performances recorded in 1953 and 1954 for the Norgran label. The tracks were first released on the 10 inch LP's The Amazing Artistry of Louis Bellson and The Exciting Mr. Bellson. The Driving Louis Bellson. The Driving Louis Bellson (also released as The Hawk Talks) is an album by American jazz drummer Louis Bellson featuring performances recorded in 1955 for the Norgran label. The London Concert (Oscar Peterson album). The London Concert is a 1978 live album by jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, accompanied by John Heard,.
|A||Skin Deep (Part 1)|
|B||Skin Deep (Part 2)|
NotesRecorded Feb 29, 1952
|B21204H, P.B.243||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Skin Deep (Shellac, 10")||Philips, Philips||B21204H, P.B.243||UK||1959|
|321 204 BF||Duke Ellington u. s. Orchester*||Skin Deep (7", Single, Mono)||Philips||321 204 BF||Germany||1959|
|B 21204 H||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Featuring Louis Bellson||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Featuring Louis Bellson - Skin Deep (Shellac, 10")||Philips||B 21204 H||Australia||1952|
|45-PB.243, 321 204 BF||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Skin Deep (7", Single)||Philips, Philips||45-PB.243, 321 204 BF||UK||1959|
|321204 BF||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra, Louis Bellson||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra, Louis Bellson - Skin Deep (7", Mono)||Philips||321204 BF||Germany||Unknown|