Subscribe for more jazz and classical music: http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Listen to our playlist "The best of Jazz" on Deezer: http://bit.ly/2tu25aM Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/halidonmusic ▶ BUY the full MP3 album from our music store: http://bit.ly/2r4PZb3 ♫♫♫ Special Price ♫♫♫ COTTON CLUB DAYS (1923 – 1940) DUKE ELLINGTON and His Orchestra - Apr. 12, 1929 1 “A Nite at the Cotton Club” (medley) 00:00 a) Cotton Club Stomp (Ellington-Carney-Hodges) b) Misty Mornin’ (Ellington-Whetsol) c) Goin’ to Town (Ellington-Miley) d) Freeze and Melt (Fields-McHugh) DUKE ELLINGTON and His Orchestra feat. ADELAIDE HALL (voc) - Oct. 26, 1927 2 Creole Love Call (Ellington-Miley) 08:14 3 Blues I Love To Sing (Ellington-Miley) 11:27 SEVEN BROWN BABIES (Fletcher Henderson Orchestra) - c. Oct. 1923 4 Dicty blues (Henderson) 14:33 5 Charleston Crazy (Grainger-Ricketts) 17:17 FLETCHER HENDERSON ORCHESTRA - c. Jan. 1924 6 Oh Sister, Ain't That Hot? (Donaldson) 20:14 ETHEL WATERS 7 Stormy Weather (Arlen-Koehler) - May 3, 1933 23:09 8 Am I Blue? (Clarke-Akst) - May 14, 1929 26:17 ANDY PREER and the COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA 9 Everybody Stomp (Schoebel-Meyers) - Nov. 10, 1925 29:34 10 I Found a New Baby (Palmer-Williams) - Feb. 9, 1927 32:23 WARREN MILLS and His Blue Serenaders - Dec. 20, 1928 Large orchestra under the direction of Matty Malneck, including members of Duke Ellington’s band 11 St. Louis Blues (Handy) 35:33 DUKE ELLINGTON and His Cotton Club Orchestra - March 21, 1928 12 Black Beauty (Ellington) 39:42 JIMMIE LUNCEFORD and His Orchestra - Jan. 26, 1934 13 Jazznocracy (Hudson) 42:54 14 White Heat (Hudson) 45:35 MILLS BLUE RHYTHM BAND 15 Keep The Rhythm Going (Garland) - Dec. 11, 1934 48:05 16 African Lullaby (Hayes-Mills) - Dec. 5, 1934 50:58 17 Savage Rhythm (Hoffman-Goodman) - c. Aug. 1931 53:58 THE MISSOURTIANS 18 '400' Hop (Wheeler) - Aug. 1, 1929 57:06 19 Prohibition Blues (Thomas) - Feb. 17, 1930 59:39 CAB CALLOWAY and His Orchestra 20 Happy Feet (Yellen-Ager) - Oct. 14, 1930 1:02:56 21 Minnie the Moocher (Calloway-Mills) - March 3, 1931 1:05:35 DUKE ELLINGTON and His Orchestra - June 6, 1939 22 Cotton Club Stomp (Ellington-Carney-Hodges) 1:08:44 Same. live from the Cotton Club - March 24, 1938 23 Oh Babe, Maybe Someday (Ellington) 1:11:36 LOUIS ARMSTRONG and His Orchestra Live from the Cotton Club - April 15, 1940 24 Struttin’ with Some Barbecue (Armstrong) 1:14:57 The Cotton Club was a New York City night club located first in the Harlem neighborhood on 142nd Street and Lenox Avenue from 1923 to 1935, and then for a brief period (1936-1940) in the midtown Theater District. The club operated most notably during America's Prohibition Era. The club was a whites-only establishment even though it featured many of the most popular black entertainers of the era, including musicians Cab Calloway, Fletcher Henderson, Duke Ellington, Jimmie Lunceford, Chick Webb, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Fats Waller, Willie Bryant, vocalists Adelaide Hall, Ethel Waters, and many more. Thank you so much for watching this video by Halidon Music channel, we hope you enjoyed it! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Love Jazz? Then look no further! With new videos constantly added, Halidon Music is home to the best Jazz on YouTube. Relive the magic of Jazz legends Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Lester Young, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Django Reinhardt, Lionel Hampton, Eddie Condon, Count Basie and many more. Travel back in time to the Golden Age of Jazz with us!
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Not easy finding two of the best dancers in show business, especially if they're true-life brothers! This is a clip from "The Cotton Club," where these 2 have had a falling-out for some time. In this wonderful scene they rekindle their brotherly love, while the audience is overjoyed! I've always thought it's OK to start at the bottom and work your way up. That's me...here, with this clip! Hope you like! DISCLAIMER: All rights reserved to the production companies and music labels that distributed and produced the music and performance respectively. I've only added the footage as a tribute for historical, entertainment, and creative purposes with no financial gain. Copyright infringement not intended. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
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Duke Ellington - Rockin in Rhythm & Bugle Call Rag, 1933
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Here's a glimpse of what went down at Riky Rick's Cotton Club Records Pop-up Store, which took place on Saturday, 24 February 2018 at RHTC x PLAYGROUND Store in Braamfontein - Johannesburg. ******************************** See More on: http://www.yomzansi.com/ YoMzansi on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yomzansi YoMzansi on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yomzansi/ Yomzansi on Twitter: https://twitter.com/yoMzansi Music by: Riky Rick - Wonder Years (Instrumental) Featured Image by: https://www.instagram.com/acutegabriel/
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Filmed May 23, 1933, Bessie Dudley and Florence Hill show how to move to Duke Ellington's Bugle Call Rag. Both Dudley and Hill were Cotton Club dancers, though this was not filmed at the Cotton Club. Bessie Dudley died January 16, 1999 at the age of 88. I've not yet been able to find information about Florence Hill. The band is Duke Ellington, Arthur Whetsel, Cootie Williams, Freddie Jenkins, Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol, Lawrence Brown, Barney Bigard, Otto Hardwick, Johnny Hodges, Harry Carney, Benny James (subbing on guitar), Wellman Braud, and Sonny Greer. Thanks to ellingtonweb.ca for the band member info.
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Side 1-1.Cotton Club Stomp,Side 2-2.Jungle Nights In Harlem,Side 3a-3.Saratoga Swing,Side 3b-4.Steverore Stomp,Side 4-5.Haunted Nights,Side 5-6.Hot Feet,Sides 6 & 7-7.Creole Rhapsody(Parts 1 & 2 ),Side 8-8.Shout 'Em,Aunt Tillie,Side 9-9.Arabian Lover & Side 10-10.Ring Dem Bells.From mono Lp reissue-(1929-1931) Lane Audio Research. Digital Sound Processing By Donald H. Holmes-2017 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted.
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Roaring Twenties, Silent Stars and Jazz Dancers Louise Brooks Doris Eaton Clara Bow and many more plus the Nicholas Brothers and very rare clips from the Cotton Club. Music and original video clips by T Cummins © 1998 . Click on link for my new Video and channel. Subscribe to see my other videos coming soon. https://youtu.be/Vo6njuNm6ZI
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A playlist of other ELLINGTON videos on this channel is HERE: http://TheMotionDevotion.com/docs/ELLINGTON.htm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here's more about Ellington and the glory days of Harlem in New York City but with an emphasis on the legendary Cotton Club. (And also watch the adjoining clip on this same subject.) ALL of the other music clips on this channel can be easily accessed via the listing that you will find HERE: http://www.TheMotionDevotion.com/docs/ytmusic.htm STAY TUNED to TheMotionDevotion for many more jazz videos. (Why not just SUBSCRIBE and make it easy on yourself?) ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ DISCLAIMER: TheMotionDevotion makes no claims regarding ownership of this video clip. It is being used here on YouTube to promote historical awareness and to propagate jazz. Any formal cease-and-desist order by the copyright holder will be promptly observed. ¸.•*´¯`*•.¸.¸.•*´¯`*•.¸•*´¯`*•.¸ ¸.•*´¯`*•.¸¸.•*´¯`*•.¸.¸.•*´¯`*•.¸•*´¯`*•.¸.•*´¯`*•.¸ TheMotionDevotion MISSION STATEMENT: Educate, Entertain, Inspire ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ QUESTIONS: [email protected] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ EACH & EVERY video clip on this channel can be easily accessed via the listing that you will find HERE: http://www.TheMotionDevotion.com/ytlink.htm
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In December 1927 Duke Ellington's band opened in Harlem the Cotton Club. They stayed there until 1932, when their level of success permitted then to tour Europe. By 1927, Duke became involved with band agent Irving Mills, who signed Ellington to a contract that gave Mills 50% of Ellington's earnings and 55% of any song royalties due to Ellington's compositions. It was Mills who managed to get Ellington booked into the Cotton Club, and where his music first became known as "Jungle style". Some of his recordings at this time credit him as 'Duke Ellington and the Jungle Band'. The 1920s to early 1930 years were a very colorful time in American music and film history. Hollywood was turning out such films as 'King Kong' and the early 'Tarzan' movies. Meanwhile, 'Tin Pan Alley' was also turning out such songs as "Jungle Jamboree" 1920, "Babes in the Jungle" 1926, "The Jungle Rhythm" 1929, and "Call of the Jungle", plus others. Many of the Harlem clubs also followed this "Jungle" theme. So it was quite natural for some orchestras, including Ellington's, to also adopt the "Jungle" theme. This is a German version of the Victor recording: Duke Ellington u.s. Cotton Club Orchestra -- Echoes Of The Jungle, Electrola 1931
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BLACK COTTON CLUB AN EVENING OF WILD ROOTS SOUND'S FROM 20'S TO THE 40'S THE VIBE IS AS HIGH AS MINNIE THE MOOCHER WHERE HEP CATS AND CHAPS ARE ONE BRINGING GLAMOR AND STYLE INTO EVENING OF MUSIC DANCE AND MISCHIEF BLACK COTTON CLUB THE 2ND SAT OF THE MONTH
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http://www.playbill.com/video Dancers Andrew "Dr. Ew" Carter, Jeremiah "Supaman" Haynes and Alexandria "Brinae Ali" Bradley met with Playbill to chat about (and demonstrate) the fusion of old and new dance styles that are employed in the New York City Center Encores! production of "Cotton Club Parade." The dancers demonstrate jazz, hip hop, and popping techniques that they blend effortlessly with traditional tap, swing and ballroom to give the revue — based on the shows of the famous Harlem nightspot of the 1920s and 30s — a modern twist.
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Here's a clip from the movie "Stormy Weather" (1943) featuring Cab Calloway and his orchestra performing "Jumpin Jive". After awhile they let the Nicholas Brothers jump in and lend their feet to the action. ==================== Note that must moderate the comments here now because of some bad apples. Sorry...
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With the streetwear culture growing bigger by the day, Riky Rick has taken a step further into innovating the culture, with his street-style influenced Clothing Line. The Pop Up store was set up in Braamfontein at RHTC. This was a beautiful sight that was definitely not meant to be missed, and boy ain't we glad that we were there to capture the moment. Remember to like and Subscribe for weekly content.
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This is raw footage of song and dance numbers, mostly unused, from the 1984 film "The Cotton Club." There is more than one take for a few of the numbers. The tap choreographer for this production was Henry Le Tang. The video quality is indeed sub-par, but I am not aware of other footage containing these full numbers. Squint and enjoy!
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A playlist of other ELLINGTON videos on this channel is HERE: http://TheMotionDevotion.com/docs/ELLINGTON.htm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here's more about Ellington and the glory days of Harlem in New York City but with an emphasis on the legendary Cotton Club. (And also watch the adjoining clip on this same subject.) ALL of the other music clips on this channel can be easily accessed via the listing that you will find HERE: http://www.TheMotionDevotion.com/docs/ytmusic.htm STAY TUNED to TheMotionDevotion for many more jazz videos. (Why not just SUBSCRIBE and make it easy on yourself?) ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ DISCLAIMER: TheMotionDevotion makes no claims regarding ownership of this video clip. It is being used here on YouTube to promote historical awareness and to propagate jazz. Any formal cease-and-desist order by the copyright holder will be promptly observed. ¸.•*´¯`*•.¸.¸.•*´¯`*•.¸•*´¯`*•.¸ ¸.•*´¯`*•.¸¸.•*´¯`*•.¸.¸.•*´¯`*•.¸•*´¯`*•.¸.•*´¯`*•.¸ TheMotionDevotion MISSION STATEMENT: Educate, Entertain, Inspire ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ QUESTIONS: [email protected] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ EACH & EVERY video clip on this channel can be easily accessed via the listing that you will find HERE: http://www.TheMotionDevotion.com/ytlink.htm
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On the same day as the Yellow Tour Pop Up store launch, Riky Rick was doing his thing in the store space just next door. Fortunately, there was no beef. Only one vision from both Riky and Shane Eagle, to give the kids what they want. Riky Rick launched the second installation of his Cotton Club Records merchandise. What's different this time is the inclusion of winterwear in the form of hoodies and sweaters. With the instructions "FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY" printed over the Cotton Club Logo. We caught up with the man to hear what he has to say. Watch the interview above.
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http://www.bojazz.com/ --- http://bjazz.unblog.fr/ Duke Ellington & his Cotton Club Band - Old Man Blues - from Check and Double Check by Melville Brown (1930) Member of the Cotton Club Orchestra : Cootie Williams, Arthur Whetsol, Freddie Jenkins, Joe 'Tricky Sam' Nanton, Juan Tizol, Johnny Hodges, Barney Bigard, Harry Carney, Fred Guy, Wellman Braud, Sonny Greer. http://bjazz.unblog.fr/music/musicians-hall-of-fame/duke-ellington/ http://www.bzajj.com/ http://bessjazz.blogspot.com/
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The Bratislava Hot Serenaders orchestra belongs among the few strictly-oriented music bands in Slovakia. Its eighteen enthusiastic players have met for thirteen seasons without an interruption and its style remains unchanged. What glue keeps them together during our present turbulent economic period? The glue is their love of traditional music. They devote all their free time to "Hot Jazz" or "Sweet and Dance Music" which arrived in Europe at the end of the Twenties from America. In its homeland, the music has already been recorded, so the orchestra´s boys search for old shellac gramophone records, listen to them till early morning and note-by-note reconstruct the old sweet melodies and imitate their arrangements. After hours of practicing, they dress themselves into traditional costumes, put the brilliantine on their hair and start playing their vintage instruments and singing into a lone microphone. Since 1992 they continue entertaining their unbelievably loyal and constantly growing audience. Their mutual friendship and love of entertainment results in a sort of obsession. They often visit each other and play for themselves at informal occasions. Even then they function at full throttle, playing with the drive and spirit so important to this style of music. The Serenaders have yet another love. It is also music - Slovak music. It was played and recorded in Bratislava and Prague in Thirties and Forties and is focused around one name extremely popular in thatperiod: František Krištof Veselý. The doyen of Slovak pop-singers made famous many melodies which are now adopted by BHS. The Bratislava Hot Serenaders are well-established abroad as well. In 1994 the orchestra won the Sidney d´Or Prix at the Grand Festival of Music of 20´s and 30´s in Saint Raphael, France. They regularly appear in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and other countries. They have recorded four CDs: "Prvé Rendez-Vous (The First Rendez-Vous)" (1997), "Cotton Club Stomp" (2003), "Ja som optimista (I´m An Optimist)" (2001) and "Celý svet sa mračí (The Entire World Is Cloudy)" (2002). Songs on the last two CDs are performed by Milan Lasica, one of the most popular Slovak actors and singers. Both CDs became bestsellers - the first one winning a platinum CD, the second winning a gold CD. Recently, selected songs from both CDs have been recorded for the first Slovak music DVD entitled "Milan Lasica & The Bratislava Hot Serenaders". Their successful cooperation also led to a new musical-styled performance in the Štúdio L&S theatre. In the show "Ja som optimista", the songs and melodies are accompanied by stories and anecdotes from old Bratislava www.serenaders.sk
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Мужские часы Auguste Reymond Cotton Club 39161B.763 Звоните чтобы уточнить наличие: ☎(812) 326-61-71 ТИП МЕХАНИЗМА: Механический с автоподзаводом КОРПУС: Сталь СТЕКЛО: Сапфировое Размер/диаметр: 38,5 мм Толщина: 9,2 мм Оформление: Корпус и браслет - частичное PVD покрытие желтого цвета, прозрачная задняя крышка. Сайт: https://www.swiss-style.ru/ Мы в ВК: https://vk.com/swisswatchspb Мы в Инста: https://www.instagram.com/swiss_style... Мы в ФБ: https://goo.gl/Azio76
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Duke Ellington, p, a, dir:Arthur Whetsel, Freddy Jenkins, Cootie Williams, t / Joe Nanton, tb / Juan Tizol, vtb / Johnny Hodges, cl, ss, as / Harry Carney, cl, as bar / Barney Bigard, cl, ts / Fred Guy, bj / Wellman Braud, sb / Sonny Greer, d. New York, June 4, 1930.
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