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Drop Me Off In Harlem
Words by Nick Kenny
Music by Duke Ellington
Piano Solo: Mark Shane
Trombone Solo: Britt Woodman
1st and 3rd Trumpet Solos: Randy Sandke
2nd Trumpet Solo: Dave Brown
4th Trumpet Solo: Lew Soloff
Clarinet Solo: Bob Wilber
How Come You Love Me Like You Do?
Written by Gene Austin and Roy Bergere
Nobody's Sweetheart
Written by Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, Billy Meyers and Elmer Schoebel
Girls of My Dreams
Written by Sunny Clapp
Creole Rhapsody
Music by Duke Ellington
Ain't Misbehavin'
Lyrics by Andy Razaf
Music by Fats Waller and Harry Brooks
Smoke Rings
Lyrics by Ned Washington
Music by H. Eugen Gifford
That's My Desire
Lyrics by Carroll Loveday
Music by Helmy Kresa
I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
Written by Jimmy McHugh and Clarence Gaskill
East St.Louis Toodle-O
Music by Duke Ellington and Bubber Miley (as Bub Miley)
Trumpet Solos: Lew Soloff
Trombone Solo: Joel Helleny
Clarinet Solo: Lawrence Feldman
Cotton Club Stomp #1
Words by Mitchell Parish and Irving Mills
Music by Duke Ellington
Baritone Sax Solo: Joe Temperley
Trumpet Solo: Dave Brown
Alto Sax and Clarinet Solo: Bob Wilber
Dinah
Lyrics by Sam Lewis and Joe Young
Music by Harry Akst
Creole Love Call
Words and Music by Duke Ellington
Vocals: Priscilla Baskerville
Trumpet Solo: Lew Soloff
Clarinet Solo: Bob Wilber
Bandana Babies
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Music by Jimmy McHugh
Performed by Ethel Beatty
The Mooche
Music by Duke Ellington and Irving Mills
Trumpet Solo: Dave Brown
Clarinet and Alto Sax Solos: Bob Wilber
Temple Blocks and Gong: Chuck Riggs
Singin' the Blues
Lyrics by Sam Lewis (as Sam Lewis) and Joe Young
Music by Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson
When My Sugar Walks Down the Street
Written by Gene Austin, Jimmy McHugh and Irving Mills
The Sheik of Araby
Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Francis Wheeler
Music by Ted Snyder
Cuban Holiday
Lyrics by Mitchell Parish
Music by Frank Warshauer and Sylvester Sprigato
Hot and Bothered
Written by Duke Ellington
Ill Wind
Quotation from "Stormy Weather" (1933)
Words by Ted Koehler
Music by Harold Arlen
Vocals by Lonette McKee
Trumpet Solo by Lew Soloff
Stormy Weather
Words by Ted Koehler
Music by Harold Arlen
Pardon Me Pretty Baby (Don't I Look Familiar to You?)
Lyrics by Raymond Klages and Jack Meskill
Music by Vincent Rose
Diga Diga Doo
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Music by Jimmy McHugh
Pyramid
Lyrics by Irving Mills and Irving Gordon
Music by Duke Ellington and Juan Tizol
Black Beauty
Written by Duke Ellington
Minnie The Moocher
Words and Music by Cab Calloway and Irving Mills
Performed by Larry Marshall (as Cab Calloway)
Chorus: The Boys in The Band
Trumpet Solos: Lew Soloff
Doin' the New Lowdown
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Music by Jimmy McHugh
Lady with the Fan
Words and Music by Ed Swayze, Cab Calloway and Al Brackman
Performed by Larry Marshall (as Cab Calloway)
Jitterbug
Words and Music by Ed Swayze, Cab Calloway and Irving Mills
Performed by Larry Marshall (as Cab Calloway)
Copper Colored Gal
Words by Benny Davis
Music by J. Fred Coots
Vocals: Gregory Hines
Daybreak Express Medley
Includes selections from: "Daybreak Express ", "Wall Street Wail";"Slippery Horn";"High Life"
Music by Duke Ellington
Drums: Brian Brake
Clarinet and Alto Sax Solos: Bob Wilber
Trumpet Solos: Lew Soloff
Chimes: Danny Druckman
Cotton Club Stomp #2
Words by Johnny Hodges (as John Hodges) and Harry Carney
Music by Duke Ellington
Baritone Sax Solo: Joe Temperley
Trumpet Solo: Dave Brown
Truckin'
Words by Ted Koehler
Music by Rube Bloom
Trumpet Solo: Lew Soloff
Tenor Sax Alto: Lawrence Feldman
Clarinet Solo and Alto Sax Break: Bob Wilber
Mood Indigo
Words and Music by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills and Barney Bigard (as Albany Bigard)
Piano Solos: Mark Shane
Trumpet Solo: Dave Brown
Clarinet Solo: Bob Wilber
Back Home Again In Indiana
Lyrics by Ballard MacDonald
Music by James F. Hanley (as James E. Hanley)
Am I Blue?
Words & Music by Harry Akst and Grant Clarke
Performed by Diane Lane and cornet by Richard Gere
Crazy Rhythm
Lyrics by Irving Caesar
Music by Joseph Meyer and Roger Wolfe Kahn
Oh, You Beautiful Doll
Lyrics by A. Seymour Brown
Music by Nat Ayer
Ring Dem Bells
Music by Duke Ellington and Irving Mills
Chimes: Gordon Gottlieb
Clarinet and Alto Sax: Bob Wilber
Baritone Sax Solo: Joe Temperley
Trumpet Solo: Lew Soloff
Trombone Solo: Joel Helleny
Vocals: Dave Brown
Breakin' In A Pair of Shoes
Lyrics by Dave Franklin and Ned Washington
Music by Sam H. Stept
Them There Eyes
Written by Maceo Pinkard, William Tracey and Doris Tauber
I Want A Big Butter and Egg Man
Written by Louis Armstrong and Percy Venable
It Must Be Love
Lyrics by J. Mayo Williams
Music by Aletha Robinson
Barbecue Bess
Written by Lucille Bogan (uncredited)
Performed by Sydney Goldsmith

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