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  1. Black Beauty: – Duke Ellington And His Orchestra: The Mooche: – Duke Ellington And His Orchestra: Hot And Bothered: – The Jungle Band (2) Doin' The Voom Voom: – Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra - Cotton Club Stomp: Cotton Club Stomp: – Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club /5(3).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Duke Ellington - Hot From The Cotton Club at Discogs. Complete your Duke Ellington collection.5/5(1).
  3. Black Beauty - CD. Duke Ellington. A nite at the Cotton Club (Cotton Club stomp) Misty mornin' Goin' to town Freeze and melt Double check stomp Ring Dem Bells
  4. This is a fine compilation of some excellent tunes that were recorded during the period when Ellington's orchestra was performing frequently at the Cotton Club in Harlem. However, the title is rather misleading, and Amazon's designation of this as a live album is even more so. These are NOT live recordings, but studio recordings/5(2).
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  6. Explore releases from Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra at the Discogs Marketplace. CD Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra: A Nite At The Cotton Club Cotton Club Stomp / Black Beauty.
  7. Black Beauty is a jazz composition by Duke Ellington. According to Ellington scholar A.H. Lawrence, the composition started out as a solo piano piece titled "Firewater" that Ellington played at the Cotton Club at the end of intermissions, as his band members returned to the stage.
  8. Duke Ellington opened at the Cotton Club in Harlem. In , Edward Kennedy Duke Ellington first began to make his mark in New York with his band The Washingtonians, which took its name from his home city. He soon assembled a remarkable corpus of talente.

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