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Golden Age of TV

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Ben Webster swings the Duke Ellington tune on American TV c. 1960

Personnel:

Ben Webster, tenor sax
Buck Clayton, trumpet
Vic Dickenson, trombone
Hank Jones, piano
George Duvivier, bass
Jo Jones, drums

It's a simple 12 bar blues in - you guessed it - C major

Credit for the tune went New Orleans-born clarinetist Barney Bigard and Duke Ellington. When Ellington veteran Barney Bigard moved to the Louis Armstrong band, it became a favorite of Armstrong's too.



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