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Main stem

"Main Stem" is 1942 instrumental by Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra. Although recorded in 1942, the single would not be released until 1944 where it was Duke Ellington's last of four number one's on the Harlem Hit Parade. "Main Stem" also peaked at number twenty on the pop chart.[1]


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Preceded by
"Cow-Cow Boogie" by The Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald
"When My Man Comes Home" by Buddy Johnson and His Band
Billboard Harlem Hit Parade number-one single
April 1, 1944
April 22, 1944
Succeeded by
"When My Man Comes Home" by Buddy Johnson and His Band
"Straighten Up and Fly Right" by The King Cole Trio
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