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Ring Dem Bells

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

 

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This side was recorded in Hollywood, California on August 20, 1930 by the "Duke Ellington Orchestra" featuring Arthur Whetsel and Freddie Jenkins (trumpets), Cootie Williams (trumpet & vocals), Joe Nantona and Juan Tizol (trombones), Barney Bigard (clarinet & tenor sax), Johnny Hodges (clarinet, soprano, & alto sax), Harry Carney (clarinet, alto, & baritone sax), Duke Ellington (piano), Fred Guy (banjo), Wellman Braud (string bass), and Sonny Greer (drums & chimes).

*"Ring Dem Bells" is credited to Duke Ellington and Irving Mills.




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