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Duke Ellington Orchestra British Tour – February 1966 010

Page 16 and rear inside cover of a souvenir brochure for Duke Ellington's tour of Britain in 1966, presented by Harold Davison and Norman Granz. Adverts feature on both pages, including listing for Ronnie Scott's and Harold Davison and Norman Granz's upcoming tour of Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson.

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and the DUKE
|3 EXCITING ALBUMS FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT
STOMP, LOOK and LISTEN
I titles include TO THE DUKE
EAST ST. LOUIS TOODLE-O: CREOLE LOVE CALL; STOMPY JONES; THE JEEP IS JUMPIN'; KO-KO; MIDRIFF; STOMP. LOOK I AND LISTEN; UPPER MANHATTAN MEDICAL GROUP
on CJS 809 (long-play) EMB 3327 (long-play)
OVERTURE TO A JAM SESSION—PART 1 AND 2 JAM-A-DITTY (CONCERTO FOR 4 HORNS)
THE BEAUTIFUL INDIANS—HIAWATHA THE BEAUTIFUL INDIANS—MINNEHAHA HAPPY GO LUCKY LOCAL-PART 1 AND 2 BLUE SKIES; DIMINUENDO IN BLUE; MAGENTA HAZE; GOLDEN FEATHER; SULTRY SUNSET; FLIPPANT FLURRY
THE BEST OF DUKE ELLINGTON
on EMB EP 4509
This is an extended-play album
PLEASE WRITE FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE EMBER RECORDS-YORK HOUSE EMPIRE WAY - WEMBLEY - MIDDX
WINE & DINE NIGHTLY UNTIL 2 AM AT LONDON'S ONLY JAZZ NIGHT CLUB
RONNIE SCOTT’S •
39 GERRARD ST., W.1. GER 4752
proudly presenting from MARCH 2nd till MARCH 27th the
BILL EVANS TRIO#####
with
LARRY BUNKER and CHUCK ISRAELS
plus
THE BEST IN BRITISH JAZZ
SEATS BOOKABLE
JOIN NOW! • ••
FOR HAROLD DAVISON LTD.
Tour Manager: DOUGIE TOBUTT
Press & Publicity Arrangements: JACK HIGGINS
APPRECIATIONS
Harold Davison wishes to thank the following: Mr. Harry FRANCIS, Assistant Secretary of the Musicians Union, for his help in negotiating the Anglo-American exchange details; the Managers of the theatres and halls for their keen co-operation.
In accordance with the requirements of the London County Council and the Watch Committees of the various towns and cities of thelour, the following conditions must be observed
1.
The public may leave at the end of the performance by all exit and entrance doors and such doors must at that time be open.
2.
All gangways, corridors, staircases and external passageways Intended for exit shall be kept entirely free from obstruction whether permanent or temporary.
Persona shall not be permitted to stand or ait In any of the gangways Intersecting the seating, or to alt In any of the other gangway« or any unseated space In the Auditorium, unless standing In such space has been specially allowed by the L.C.C. or the Watch Committee, as applicable. If standing be permitted in the gangways at the sides and the rear of the seating it shall be limited to the numbers Indicated In the notlcea exhibited in those positions.
The safety curtain must ba lowered and raised once Immediately before the commencement of each performance, eo ae to ensure It being In proper working order.
The Management reserve the right to change the programme without notice and ara not held responsible for the non-eppearance of any artist.
The Management reserve the right to refuse admittance.
photographs by MICHAEL SANDERS B B C.-TV.
programme designed by ANIMATED GRAPHIC
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WITH ELLA FITZGERALD
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SAT. 10 APRIL HAMMERSMITH ODEON 6.45 & 9.0 PM SUN. 11 APRIL VICTORIA NEW VICTORIA 6.0 & 8.30 PM MON. 12 APRIL LEEDS ODEON 6.30 & 8.50 PM TUE. 13 APRIL MANCHESTER FREE TRADE HALL 6.45 & 9.0 PM WED. 14 APRIL BIRMINGHAM ODEON 6.45 & 9.0 PM THUR. 15 APRIL CROYDON FAIRFIELD HALL 6.45 & 9.0 PM GOOD FRI. 16 APRIL FINSBURY PARK ASTORIA 6.0 & 8.30 PM SAT. 17 APRIL BRIGHTON DOME 6.45 & 9.0 PM SUN. 18 APRIL HAMMERSMITH ODEON 6.0 & 8.30 PM EASTER MON. 19 APRIL KILBURN GAUMONT STATE 6.30 & 8.45 PM