|1||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Yellow Dog Blues|
|2||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||The Mooche|
|3||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||The Sheik Of Araby|
|4||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Anyday, Anywhere Anytime|
|5||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Dear Old Southland|
|6||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Moonglow|
|7||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Harmony In Harlem|
|8||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Blue Goose|
|9||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Warm Valley|
|10||–Mildred Bailey And Her Alley Cats||Honeysuckle Rose|
|11||–Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra||These 'N' That 'N' Those|
|12||–Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra||I'll Get By|
|13||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good|
|14||–Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|15||–Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra||Don't Be That Way|
|16||–Johnny Hodges||Blue Reverie|
|17||–Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra||Jeep's Blues|
|18||–Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra||Hodge Podge|
|19||–Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra||Wanderlust|
|20||–Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra||Tired Socks|
|21||–Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra||Good Queen Bess|
|22||–Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra||Old Man That's The Blues|
|23||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Never No Lament|
|24||–Duke Ellington Trio*||Finesse|
|AJA 5180||Johnny Hodges||Jeep's Blues (His Greatest Recordings 1928-1941) (CD, Comp)||ASV, Living Era||AJA 5180||UK||1995|
Hodges joined Duke Ellington's orchestra in November 1928. He was one of the prominent Ellington Band members who featured in Benny Goodman's 1938 Carnegie Hall concert. Goodman described Hodges as "by far the greatest man on alto sax that I ever heard. Charlie Parker called him "the Lily Pons of his instrument. In performance: Hodges with Ellington, Frankfurt, Germany, February 6, 1965
Album: Jazz Roots, Vol. 2. Release year: 2018. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra - Thing's Ain't What They Used to Be (feat. Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra) Historical Jazz Recordings: 1940-1941, 2015 03:41. Artist: Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra.
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In celebration of what would have been his hundredth birthday, saxophonist Johnny Hodges is lovingly commemorated by the Living Era label with a special two-disc Centenary Issue intended as a complementary sequel to Jeep's Blues (Living Era 5180), a 24-track compilation that covered the years 1928-1941.
Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn – Jeep's Blues. Johnny Hodges – Jeep's Blues (Version 2). 2:00. Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra – Jeep's Blues. Down for the Count – Jeep's Blues (Live).
Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra. Прослушать Скачать 03:22. Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra. Прослушать Скачать 03:00. Jeep's Blues (Remastered). Прослушать Скачать 02:48. Прослушать Скачать 02:29.
2019 Remastered 2019. Let the Small Bands Swing, Vo. Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges. Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges. Passion Flower 1940-46. Jazz Masters 35. Johnny Hodges. Gerry Mulligan Greatest Hits. Stan Getz, Johnny Hodges, Bob Brookmeyer, Gerry Mulligan. 2018 All Tracks Remastered. Lalo Schifrin Quintet Buenos Aires Blues. His Greatest Recordings.
Wanderlust song by Johnny Hodges, His Orchestra now on JioSaavn. English music album Greatest Recordings 1928 - 1941 Johnny Hodges & Friends. Download song or listen online free, only on JioSaavn.