Well, I have that, and "Jazz Party", and "Will Big Bands Ever Come
Back?", and many others. Virtually all of those are "hi-fi" era and
easy to find. I should look into the Mosaic set if it's heavy on the
Carney. I'm not really into collecting 78s. I've got records coming
out of my ears and 78s would be even worse. I can't afford a divorce.
Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Lennick" <[log in to unmask]>
>> Check out "Ellington Jazz Party", one of his most underrated albums (for
>> Columbia, February 1959). Guests Dizzy Gillespie, Jimmy Rushing and Jimmy
> Well, I have a LOT of Ellington 78's...mainly 1927-35 (none of the early
> rarities) but also quite a number of the pre-WWII issues (mostly Victor)
> and the Musicraft album (where I discovered "Night Train" OUGHT to be
> titled "Happy-Go-Lucky Local"...!).
> One LP I can recommend (I no longer own a copy) is his collaboration...
> I think on Reprise...with Sinatra. IIRC, the title was "Francis Albert
> Sinatra Meets Edward Kennedy Ellington"...
> Steven C. Barr