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  1. Appears Unplayed. “Randy Weston's Performance At The Montreux Jazz Festival. Weston Plays A Very Interesting Solo "Tribute To Duke Ellington" That Finds Him Quoting Many Of Duke's Songs (Ellington Had Recently Passed Away).
  2. Artist: Randy Weston. Title: Carnival live at montreux introduction / mystery of lvoeLabel: Arista / USA ISSUE. Condition: cover = 7 with promo sticker ; record = I'll gladly take any record back if not satisfied.
  3. Wednesday was, after all, the th anniversary of Duke Ellington’s birth, and the orchestra was ready to celebrate. This time, the A train was not just any A train, but one made up of cars about as old as the song, which was written in but not performed until a couple of years later.
  4. - African Rhythms: Blue ID: () Audiophile - LP Arch S (Jazz) USA Rare Original. Recorded Using Mark Levinson ML-5 Master Recorder With B&K Mikes. Randy Plays A 9 Foot Steinway Concert Grand.
  5. Biography Early life. Randolph Edward Weston was born on April 6, , to Vivian (née Moore) and Frank Weston and was raised in Brooklyn, New York, where his father owned a restaurant. His mother was from Virginia and his father was of Jamaican-Panamanian descent, a staunch Garveyite, who passed self-reliant values to his son. Weston studied classical piano as a child and took dance lessons.
  6. Don Ellis,live. Don Ellis,live At Montreux,atlantic Sd ,1stpressing,promo,vinyl Jazz Lp. $
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  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Carnival (Live At Montreux '74) on Discogs. Label: Arista Records - AL ,Arista Records - AL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop/5(18).
  9. Duke Ellington; Randy Weston; Jamil Nasser; Idris Muhammad; Eric Asante. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Jazz quartets. All selections composed by Duke Ellington. Compact disc. Program notes by Rhashidah Elaine McNeill in English with French translation (10 p.: ill.)--inserted in container.

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