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Love You Madly: A Salute to Duke Ellington (1969)

Duke Ellington celebrates his seventieth birthday. As a salute to this great composer, some of Britain's top jazz artists play and sing some of the outstanding compositions he has written during the last forty years.

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Peter Ahearne ...
Himself - Percussion
Freddie Alexander ...
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Harry Beckett ...
Himself - Trumpet
Acker Bilk ...
Himself - Clarinet
Bob Burns ...
Himself - Reeds
Lennie Bush ...
Himself - Acoustic Double Base
Duncan Campbell ...
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Ian Carr ...
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Tony Carr ...
Himself - Drums
Nigel Carter ...
Himself - Trumpet
Ronnie Chamberlain ...
Himself - Saxophone
Keith Christie ...
Himself - Trombone
Tony Coe ...
Himself - Tenor Saxophone
Bob Efford ...
Himself - Saxophone
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Duke Ellington celebrates his seventieth birthday. As a salute to this great composer, some of Britain's top jazz artists play and sing some of the outstanding compositions he has written during the last forty years.

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I'm Beginning to See the Light
Written by Duke Ellington
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