‘Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins’ is an album recorded in August 18, 1962 At Van Gelder Studio and released in February 1963 by Impulse!
Track Listing : 1.Limbo Jazz (Duke Ellington) – 05:14 . 2.Mood Indigo (Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard) (Duke Ellington) – 05:56 . 3.Ray Charles’ Place (Duke Ellington) – 04:04 . 4.Wanderlust (Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges) — 05:00 . 5.You Dirty Dog (Duke Ellington) – 04:19 . 6.Self-Portrait (Of The Bean) (Duke Ellington) – 03:52 . 7.The Jeep Is Jumpin’ (Duke Ellington, Hodges) — 04:49 . 8.The Ricitic (Duke Ellington) – 05:51 . 9.Solitude (Duke Ellington, Eddie Delange) — 05:51
Musicians : Duke Ellington – Piano . Coleman Hawkins – Tenor Saxophone . Harry Carney – Bass Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone . Johnny Hodges – Alto Saxophone . Lawrence Brown – Trombone . Ray Nance – Violin, Cornet . Aaron Bell – Bass . Sam Woodyard – Drums
Production : Produced By Bob Thiele – Producer Rudy Van Gelder – Engineer
Package : Joe Alper – Photography . Jason Claiborne – Graphic Design . Stanley Dance – Liner Notes . Hollis King – Art Direction
Recorded On August 18, 1962 At Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs.
Released In February 1963 By Impulse!.
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