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Duke Ellington & His Washingtonians* - East St. Louis Toodle-O / Hop Head (Shellac)

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  1. "East St Louis Toodle-Oo" (also "Toodle-O") is a composition written by Duke Ellington and Bubber Miley and recorded several times by Ellington for various labels from under various titles. [1] This song was the first charting single for Duke Ellington in and was one of the main examples of his early "jungle music". [2].
  2. Watch the video for East St. Louis Toodle-O from Duke Ellington's Absolut Duke Ellington for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  3. East St. Louis Toodle O - Duke Ellington And His Kentucky Club Orchestra Birmingham Breakdown - Duke Ellington And His Kentucky Club Orchestra Hop Head - Duke Ellington And His Washingtonians Down In Our Alley Blues - Duke Ellington And His Washingtonians Black And Tan Fantasy - The Washingtonians Soliloquy - The Washingtonians.4/5(2).
  4. 78_east-st.-louis-toodle-oo_duke-ellington-and-his-orchestra-duke-ellington-bubber-mil_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev1 Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source
  5. CBS Special Projects RDD ; Ellington, Edward Kennedy. “East St. Louis Toodle-O.” Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. From. The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz, Revised: Volume III. CBS Special Projects RDD ; Ellington, Edward Kennedy. “Oclupaca.” Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Latin American Suite.
  6. East St. Louis Toodle-O. - [1] () avec The Washingtonians comme Groupe instrumental Hop head. - [2] () avec The Washingtonians comme Groupe instrumental.
  7. Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, – May 24, ) was an American composer, pianist, and leader of a jazz orchestra, which he led from until his death over a career spanning more than six decades.. Born in Washington, D.C., Ellington was based in New York City from the mids onward and gained a national profile through his orchestra's appearances at the Cotton Club in.
  8. When Duke Ellington took over the Washingtonians from Elmer Snowden in , a band of rare quality launched the careers of some of the greatest musicians in Jazz history - including Ellington himself – as composer, bandleader, pianist and future genius in the world of music.

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