Duke Ellington Orchestra British Tour – July 1933 003
Pages 4 and 5 of a Duke Ellington concert programme, for Ellington's tour of the United Kingdom presented by Melody Maker, 1933. Page 4 features aadverts for Ellington releases on Columbia and Parlophone, with a large band photograph of Duke Ellington and his Orchestra on page 5.
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IâVE GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING, Fox Trot*
DOWN A CAROLINA LANE, Fox Trot. Record CB 625 (2/6)
SOPHISTICATED LADY, Fox Trot.
MERRY-GO-ROUND, Fox Trot.
Record CB 591 (2/6)
To put it mildly Duke Ellington and his famous â hot â Orchestra have taken the country by storm, and everybody will want these two brilliant records of their newest sensational hits specially recorded for and only on Columbia.
âHOTâ RHYTHM DANCE MUSIC BY OTHER FAMOUS STAR DANCE BANDS OF AMERICA
Washboard Rhythm Bandâ
HUSTLINâ AND BUSTLIN' FOR BABY, Fox Trot.* SHUFFLE OFF TO BUFFALO, Fox Trot.* (From Film â Â¿2nd Streetâ) . No. CB 611 (2/6)
Benny Carter and His Orchestraâ
SIX BELLS STAMPEDE, Fox Trot.*
SWING IT, Fox Trot* ... No. CB 628 (2/6)
Joe Venuti and Eddie Langâs Blue Fiveâ RAGGINâ THE SCALE, Fox Trot.
JIG SAW PUZZLE BLUES ... No. CB 612 (2/6)
Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestraâ
UNDERNEATH THE HARLEM MOON, Fox Trot.* HONEYSUCKLE ROSE, Fox Trot
No. CB 584 (2/6)
Frank Trumbauer and His Orchestraâ BASS DRUM DAN, Fox Trot.*
ST. LOUIS BLUES, Fox Trot*... No. CB 580 (2/6) Ted Lewis and His Bandâ
THERE'S A NEW DAY COMIN', Fox Trot.* THERE'S A RING ROUND MY RAINBOW, Fox Trot*.............. No. CB 596 (2/6)
(* With Vocal Chorus.)
ON SALE AT ALL DEALERS
Ask for Special American Star Dance Band Leaflet free, or write Columbia, 98-108, Clerken-well Road London, E C. I.
10-inch Records, 2s 6d. each.
R U4lTAKE IT EASY' Fox Trot'
I DIGA DIGA DOO, Fox Trot.
R 379 DOIN' THE NEW LOW DOWN, Fox ' Trot.
NEW RHYTHM STYLE SERIES.
R 571-No. 20-BLACK BEAUTY, Duke Ellington, PIANO SOLO.
/No. 21-HOT AND BOTHERED, Quick I Step.
R 582 I No. 22âSWAMPY RIVER, Duke Elling-[ ton, PIANO SOLO.
SECOND NEW RHYTHM STYLE SERIES.
/No. 55-BLUES OF THE VAGABOND, Fox Trot.
I No. 56âSYNCOPATED SHUFFLE, Fox I Trot.
No. 57âLAZY DUKE, Fox Trot.
*R 1549- No, 58âWHAT CAN A POOR FELL LOW DO ? Fox Trot.
* Released June 20th.
Except where otherwise stated, all above played by Duke Ellingtonâs Orcheitra.
You must hear tooâ
THE HARLEM FOOTWARMERS In
R 849-No. 58-RING DEM BELLS.
R 866-No. 64âMOOD INDIGO BLUES.
R 924âNo. 73âROCKIN' IN RHYTHM.
R 942âNo. 78âOLD MAN BLUES, Fox Trot.
R 1044-No. 98-BIG HOUSE BLUES, Blues.
R 1449-No. 41âROCKY MOUNTAIN BLUES, Blues.
Complete Catalogue free on request.
102, Clerkenwell Road, London, E.C.1.
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