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Behind the BeatSeries Discography
Series Discography, Comprehensive list of all the music from the show Billie Holiday in Performance 1948; Benny Goodman 1936; Art Blakey at the Open Door in NYC; Awning of Village Vanguard 1960's
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Tanya
Written By: Donald Byrd
Performed by: Dexter Gordon, 1964
Label: Blue Note Records, A Division of Capitol Records


Perdido
Written By: Irving Drake, Hans Lengsfelder, Juan Tizol
Performed by: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra with the Timex All Stars, 1959
Archival film: From the television special Timex All-Star Jazz Show


Hello, Dolly!
Written By: Jerry Herman
Performed by: Louis Armstrong, 1963
Label: Kapp Records The Verve Music Group


Triptych - Part 1 (Prayer)
Written By: Max Roach
Performed by: Abbey Lincoln and Max Roach, 1960
Label: Candid Records (Original master supplied by Michael Paul Lund)


Triptych - Part 1 (Prayer)
Written By: Max Roach
Performed by: Abbey Lincoln and Max Roach, 1964
Archival film: From a Belgian Television performance


Triptych - Part 1 (Prayer)
Written By: Max Roach
Performed by: Abbey Lincoln and Max Roach, 1960
Label: Candid Records (Original master supplied by Michael Paul Lund)


Switch Blade
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington
Performed by: Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Max Roach, 1962
Label: Blue Note Records, A Division of Capitol Records


Take the "A" Train
Written By: Billy Strayhorn
Performed by: Charles Mingus, 1968
Archival film: From the documentary film Mingus


Original Faubus Fables
Written By: Charles Mingus
Performed by: Charles Mingus, 1960
Label: Candid Records


Hambone
Written By: Archie Shepp
Performed by: Archie Shepp, 1965
Label: Impulse Records The Verve Music Group


Dreaming of the Master
Written By: Art Ensemble of Chicago
Performed by: Art Ensemble of Chicago, 1978
Label: ECM Records


We Bop
Written By: Lester Bowie
Performed by: Art Ensemble of Chicago, 1981
Archival film: From a performance at Chicago's Jazz Showcase night club


Rick Kick Shaw
Written By: Cecil Taylor
Performed by: Cecil Taylor, 1955
Label: Blue Note Records, A Division of Capitol Records


Unidentified song
Performed by: Cecil Taylor,
Archival film: From a French documentary Cecil Taylor: Le Grand Repetition


Unidentified song
Performed by: Cecil Taylor,
Archival film: From the documentary Imagine the Sound


Desafinado
Written By: Antonio Carlos Jobin, Newton Rerreira de Mendonca
Performed by: Joao Gilberto, 1962
Archival film: From the television documentary The New Beat


Desafinado
Written By: Antonio Carlos Jobim, Newton Ferreira de Mendonca
Performed by: Stan Getz, 1962
Label: The Verve Music Group


Things Ain't What They Used to Be
Written By: Mercer Ellington
Performed by: Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges, 1964
Archival film: From the television program The Twentieth Century: Duke Ellington


Unidentified song
Performed by: Duke Ellington, 1966
Archival film: From the television program Duke at the Cote D'Azur


Tourist Point of View
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington, Billy Strayhorn
Performed by: Duke Ellington Orchestra, 1966
Label: The RCA Records Label of BMG Entertainment


Blood Count
Written By: Billy Strayhorn
Performed by: Duke Ellington, 1967
Label: The RCA Records Label of BMG Entertainment


Impressions
Written By: John Coltrane
Performed by: John Coltrane, 1964
Archival film: From the television program Jazz Casual: John Coltrane


Impressions
Written By: John Coltrane
Performed by: John Coltrane, 1961
Label: Impulse Records The Verve Music Group


Acknowledgment (A Love Supreme)
Written By: John Coltrane
Performed by: John Coltrane, 1964
Label: Impulse Records The Verve Music Group


Naima
Written By: John Coltrane
Performed by: John Coltrane, 1964
Archival film: From the television performance John Coltrane in Europe


Agitation
Written By: Miles Davis
Performed by: Miles Davis, 1968
Archival film: From a Swedish television performance


Footprints
Written By: Wayne Shorter
Performed by: Miles Davis, 1968
Archival film: From a Swedish television performance


Gingerbread Boy
Written By: Jimmy Heath
Performed by: Miles Davis, 1968
Archival film: From a Swedish television performance


Round Midnight
Written By: Thelonious Monk, Cootie Williams, Bernie Hanighen
Performed by: Miles Davis, 1968
Archival film: From a Swedish television performance


I'm Gonna Take You Higher
Written By: Sylvester Stewart
Performed by: Sly and the Family Stone, 1970
Archival film: From a performance at the Harlem Summer Music Festival


Spanish Key
Written By: Miles Davis
Performed by: Miles Davis, 1969
Label: Columbia/Legacy


Janine's Theme
Written By: Miles Davis
Performed by: Miles Davis, 1973
Archival film: From a performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival, 1973


Stardust
Written By: Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael
Performed by: Louis Armstrong, 1931
Label: Columbia/Legacy


Lazy River
Written By: Hoagy Carmichael, Sydney Arodin
Performed by: Louis Armstrong, 1958
Archival film: From the documentary film Jazz on a Summer's Day


That's My Home
Written By: Leon Rene, Otis Rene, Ben Ellison
Performed by: Louis Armstrong, 1932
Label: The RCA Records Label of BMG Entertainment


When the Saints Go Marching In
Written By: Traditional
Performed by: Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Others, 1970
Archival film: From the documentary Anatomy of a Performance


When It's Sleepy Time Down South
Written By: Leon Rene, Otis Rene, Clarence Muse
Performed by: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, 1970
Archival film: From the documentary The Trumpets


Dear Old Southland
Written By: Henry Creamer, Turner Layton
Performed by: Louis Armstrong, 1930
Label: Columbia/Legacy


Dinah
Written By: S. Lewis, James Oliver Young, Harry Akst
Performed by: Louis Armstrong, 1933
Archival film: Excerpt from the performance film featuring Louis Armstrong, Kobenhavn Kalundborg Og


Latin American Sunshine
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington
Performed by: Duke Ellington, 1968
Label: Fantasy, Inc.


Sentimental Lady
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington
Performed by: Duke Ellington, 1959
Label: Columbia/Legacy


In a Sentimental Mood
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington
Performed by: Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, 1962
Label: Impulse Records The Verve Music Group


Single Petal of a Rose
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington, Billy Strayhorn
Performed by: Marcus Roberts, 1988
Label: The RCA Records Label of BMG Entertainment


Let's Get Down
Written By: Ronald Matthews
Performed by: Dexter Gordon, 1976
Label: Columbia/Legacy


Soon All Will Know
Written By: Wynton Marsalis
Performed by: Wynton Marsalis, 1986
Label: Columbia Records


Caravan
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington, Juan Tizol, Irving Mills
Performed by: Wynton Marsalis, 1988
Archival film: From the documentary Blues and Swing


Death Letter
Written By: Son House
Performed by: Cassandra Wilson, 1998
Archival film: From the documentary Cassandra Wilson: Traveling Miles


Stevedore's Serenade
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington, Irving Mills
Performed by: James Carter, 1998
Archival film: From a performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival


Flying Colors
Written By: Joe Lovano
Performed by: Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Joe Lovano, 1997
Archival film: From a German television performance


Dianne's Samba
Written By: Dianne Reeves
Performed by: Dianne Reeves, 1995
Archival film: From a German television performance


Un Ange En Danger
Written By: Ron Carter, M.C. Solaar (Claude M'Barali)
Performed by: Ron Carter, M.C. Solaar, 1994
Archival film: From the documentary film Stolen Moments: Red Hot and Cool


Beau Regard
Written By: Mark Helias
Performed by: Regina Carter, 1998
Archival film: From a Baltimore television performance


Main Stem
Written By: Edward Kennedy Ellington
Performed by: Laguardia High School Jazz Band, 1997
Archival film: Live footage shot for The Jazz Film Project


Wild Man Blues
Written By: Ferdinand Joseph Morton
Performed by: Nicholas Peyton, 1997
Archival film: From a Swiss TV performance


Oh, But on the Third Day (Happy Feet Blues)
Written By: Wynton Marsalis
Performed by: Wynton Marsalis, 1988
Label: Columbia Records


Hollywood Stampede
Written By: Coleman Hawkins
Performed by: Coleman Hawkins, 1945
Archival film: From the feature film Crimson Canary


Blue Rondo a la Turk
Written By: Dave Brubeck
Performed by: Dave Brubeck, 1961
Archival film: From a Columbia Records promotional film


Ebony Rhapsody
Written By: Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow, Franz Liszt
Performed by: Duke Ellington, 1934
Archival film: From the feature film Murder at the Vanities


Unidentified song
Performed by: Count Basie, 1943
Archival film: From the feature film Reveille with Beverly


Blue Monk
Written By: Thelonious Monk
Performed by: Thelonius Monk, 1959
Archival film: From the television special The Sound of Jazz


So What
Written By: Miles Davis
Performed by: Miles Davis, 1959
Archival film: From the Miles Davis performance, The Sound of Miles Davis


Hot House
Written By: Tadd Dameron
Performed by: Dizzy Gillespie, 1953
Archival film: From the television show Stage Entrance (featuring the Downbeat Awards)


Tiger Rag
Written By: Nick LaRocca, Harry De Costa
Performed by: Louis Armstrong, 1933
Archival film: Excerpt from the performance film featuring Louis Armstrong, Kobenhavn Kalundborg Og


Sing, Sing, Sing
Written By: Louis Prima
Performed by: Benny Goodman, 1937
Archival film: From the feature film Hollywood Hotel


So What
Written By: Miles Davis
Performed by: Miles Davis Quartet, featuring John Coltrane, 1959
Archival film: From the Miles Davis performance, The Sound of Miles Davis


Sing, Sing, Sing (with a Swing)
Written By: Louis Prima
Performed by: Benny Goodman, 1937
Archival film: From the feature film Hollywood Hotel


Jumpin' at the Woodside
Written By: William Count Basie
Performed by: Ella Fitzgerald, 1957
Archival film: From a Belgium television performance


Dickie's Dream
Written By: William Count Basie, Lester Willis Young
Performed by: Count Basie's All-Stars, 1957
Archival film: From the television special The Sound of Jazz


Take the "A" Train
Written By: Billy Strayhorn
Performed by: Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center, 1992
Label: Columbia/Legacy



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