Play the Blues Back to Back

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/29/1997
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • UPC: 731452140425
  • Catalog Number: 521404
  • Sales rank: 59,074

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Johnny Hodges Primary Artist, Alto Saxophone, Track Performer
Harry "Sweets" Edison Trumpet
Jo Jones Drums
Sam Jones Bass
Les Spann Guitar
Duke Ellington Piano
Al Hall Bass
Edward Kennedy Ellington Indexed Contributor
Technical Credits
Leonard Feather Liner Notes
W.C. Handy Composer
Robert Silverberg Reissue Production Assistance
Norman Granz Producer
Aric Lach Morrison Reissue Producer
Peter Pullman Notes Editing, Reissue Notes Editor
Richard Seidel Executive Producer
Chris Herles Mastering
Sheldon Marks Art Direction
Burt Goldblatt Cover Photo
Nichell Delvaille Reissue Design Coordinator
Michael Ullman Liner Notes
Hat Nguyen Reissue Design
Artie Matthews Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    You'll Think You've Died And Gone to New Orleans

    From this collection of familiar blues songs emanates the style and suaveness of Duke Ellington at the piano. Accompanied by the saxophone of Johnny Hodges, Ellington presents the songs in a small group setting where every instrument is clearly discernible. The Duke's piano playing figures prominently on this album.

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