Jazz Festival, Vol. 2

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Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, The Mike Bryan Sextet, and The Bobby Hackett Sextet each perform live sets in this trio of films originally commissioned by the Goodyear Tire Company and shot on 35mm film with professional stereo sound. Though the original film elements would soon fade do to the use of an unstable film stock, Storyville Films has painstakingly restored these historical films to the best possible quality. Each of these three performances was recorded in New York City in 1962, and offers a look at...
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Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, The Mike Bryan Sextet, and The Bobby Hackett Sextet each perform live sets in this trio of films originally commissioned by the Goodyear Tire Company and shot on 35mm film with professional stereo sound. Though the original film elements would soon fade do to the use of an unstable film stock, Storyville Films has painstakingly restored these historical films to the best possible quality. Each of these three performances was recorded in New York City in 1962, and offers a look at three legendary performers in their absolute prime.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/28/2007
  • UPC: 880491260745
  • Original Release: 2000
  • Source: STORYVILLE FILMS
  • Region Code: 0
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 60:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Duke Ellington Piano [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Georgie Auld Tenor Saxophone [The Mike Bryan Sextet]
Morey Feld Drums [The Bobby Hackett Sextet]
Urbie Green Trombone [The Bobby Hackett Sextet]
Bobby Hackett Cornet [The Bobby Hackett Sextet]
Johnny Hodges Alto Saxophone [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Dave McKenna Piano [The Bobby Hackett Sextet]
Doc Severinsen Trumpet [The Mike Bryan Sextet]
Nabil Totah Bass [The Bobby Hackett Sextet]
Bill Berry Trumpet [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Bob Wilber Clarinet [The Bobby Hackett Sextet]
Mousie Alexander Drums [The Mike Bryan Sextet]
Cat Anderson Trumpet [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Aaron Bell Bass [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Lawrence Brown Trombone [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Harry Carney Baritone Saxophone [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Leon Cox Trombone [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Paul Gonsalves Tenor Sax [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Jimmy Hamilton Tenor Saxophone [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Jack Lesberg Bass [The Mike Bryan Sextet]
Ed Mullens Trumpet [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Ray Nance Trumpet [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
Russell Proscope Alto Saxophone
Harry Sheppard Vibraphone [The Mike Bryan Sextet]
Derrek Smith Piano
Sam Woodyard Drums [Duke Ellington and His Orchestra]
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Jazz Festival, Vol. 2: Duke Ellingston & His Orchestra
2. Take the A Train [2:49]
3. Satin Doll [3:15]
4. Blow By Blow [4:19]
5. Thing's Ain't What They Used to Be [2:40]
6. VIP Boogie/Jam With Sam [6:17]
7. Kinda Dukish [4:55]
11. Benny's Bugle [4:09]
12. Blues in G [3:34]
13. Seven Come Eleven [3:28]
15. Sweet Lorraine [3:38]
16. Airmail Special [4:45]
8. Deed I Do [2:32]
9. The Sentimental Blues [3:57]
10. Swing That Music [5:03]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Jazz Festival, Vol. 2: Duke Ellingston & His Orchestra
   Setup
      5.1
      Original Sound
   Play Movie
   Tracks
      Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
      The Mike Bryan Sextet
      The Bobby Hackett Sextet
   Artist Biography
      Duke Ellington
      Bobby Hackett
      Mike Bryan
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