Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - I Never Felt This Way Before / All Too Soon album FLAC
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A1. –Duke Ellington And His Orchestra. I Never Felt This Way Before. Vocals – Herb JeffriesWritten-By – Dubin, Ellington.
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Album In a Mellotone. All too soon We had to part The moment you had touched my heart And with you went my dream All too soon. All too sweet Was our affair And you put all the sweetness there What a shame that it's gone All too soon. I knew the strange delights That only you in love could bring And as I reached the heights The bottom fell from everything. You should know as well as I Our love deserves another try For we whispered goodbye All too soon Too soon. All Too Soon" Track Info.
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Sheet Music and Tabs for Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Duke Ellington (Edward Kennedy Ellington, April 29, 1899 - May 24, 1974) was an American jazz composer, pianist and bandleader, one of the most influential figures in jazz, if not in all American music. Duke Ellington composed over 3000 songs, including: "It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing", "Sophisticated Lady", "Mood Indigo", Solitude", "In a Mellotone", and "Satin Doll".
Ellington's orchestra played several warm-up pieces before Ellington came out to his piano. The band then played "Sepia Panorama", the band's theme song before adoption of "Take the 'A' Train" in 1941 . The album was released on three LP records by Book-of-the Month Records as Duke Ellington at Fargo, 1940. The record sides were sequenced for use with a record changer (1/6, 2/5, 3/4). This version was also issued with different cover art as Duke Ellington at Fargo, 1940 Live by Jazz Heritage. I Never Felt This Way Before" (Al Dubin, Duke Ellington) – (5:29). Across the Track Blues" (Duke Ellington) – (6:44). Honeysuckle Rose" (Fats Waller, Andy Razaf) – (5:08).
A turn of the tide or the weather Are things we accept as they come But since you and I've been together The change in my heart leaves me numb I never felt this way before I met you You stole my heart and what is more I let you I fell in love too often I won't deny But my. heart didn't soften till you came by When I discovered you between romances I looked at you and read between your glances This is one romance I can't ignore I never felt this way before.
For the first time in his recording career, Ellington was able to forego the ange restrictions in running time of the 78 rpm disc - he and the band rose to the occasion with extended (11-minute-plus) "uncut concert arrangements" of "Mood Indigo," "Sophisticated Lady," and "Solitude," augmented with one splendid newer work, "The Tattooed Bride. And it's taken 15 years into the CD boom before Masterpieces By Ellington has been given the treatment that it deserves.
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|A||I Never Felt This Way Before
Written By – Dubin-Ellington
|B||All Too Soon
Written By – Signal-Ellington
- Vocals – Herb Jeffries (tracks: A)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): OA053581-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): OA054608-1
|27247||Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra*||I Never Felt This Way Before / All Too Soon (Shellac, 10")||Victor||27247||US||1940|
|27247||Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra*||I Never Felt This Way Before / All Too Soon (Shellac, 10")||Victor||27247||Canada||1940|