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Studio Sessions, New York 1962

Studio Sessions, New York 1962
Duke Ellington
Released 1987
Recorded July 25 and September 12 & 13, 1962.
Genre Jazz
Label LMR
Duke Ellington chronology

Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins
(1962)
Studio Sessions, New York 1962
(1962)
Money Jungle
(1962)

Studio Sessions, New York 1962 is the third volume of The Private Collection a series of recordings made by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington for his personal collection which was first released on the LMR label in 1987 and later on the Saja label.[1]

Reception

The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars and stated "One of the strongest in The Private Collection... Recommended".[2]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]

Track listing

:All compositions by Duke Ellington except as indicated

  1. "E.S.P." - 4:44
  2. "Blue, Too (The Shepherd)" - 4:08
  3. "Tune Up" - 3:25
  4. "Take It Slow" (Billy Strayhorn) - 2:57
  5. "Telstar" - 2:33
  6. "To Know You Is to Love You" - 2:32
  7. "Like Late" - 3:41
  8. "Major" - 4:06
  9. "Minor" - 1:58
  10. ""G" for Groove" - 4:17
  11. "The Lonely Ones" (Ellington, Don George) - 2:54
  12. "Monk's Dream" (Thelonious Monk) - 2:26
  13. "Frere Monk" - 2:24
  14. "Cordon Bleu" - 4:19
  15. "New Concerto for Cootie" (Ellington, Elwyn Fraser, Cootie Williams) - 2:32
  16. "September 12th Blues" - 5:05
  • Recorded at A& R Studio, New York on July 25, 1962 (tracks 2-5 & 7-10), September 12, 1962 (tracks 1, 6 & 16), September 13, 1962 (tracks 11-15).

Personnel

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