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Take The A Train


9 thoughts on “ Take The A Train ”

  1. Viktilar says:
    "Take the 'A' Train" is a jazz standard by Billy Strayhorn, referring to the A train, going at that time from eastern Brooklyn up into Harlem and northern Manhattan, using the express tracks in Manhattan. It became the signature tune of Duke Ellington and often opened the shows of Ella Fitzgerald.
  2. Brashakar says:
    May 05,  · Take the A Train (19 Versions Performed By:) "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: Price New from Used from MP3 Music, May 5, "Please retry" $ $ — Audio CD, December 23, "Please retry" $ $ $ Vinyl "Please retry" $ /5(14).
  3. Faeshura says:
    The problem for completist hits collectors is that the three CDs currently available - the 9-track Unidisc volume titled "Tuxedo Junction" which simply reproduces the above Butterfly LP - the 9-track Unidisc volume titled "Take The "A" Train which you see here and which reproduces the LP "Tuxedo Junction II Take The A Train /5(5).
  4. Samusar says:
    Take the "A" Train Lyrics: You must take the "A" train / To go to Sugar Hill way up in Harlem / If you miss the "A" train / You'll find you've missed the quickest way to Harlem / Hurry, get on.
  5. Kazishicage says:
    Take the "A" Train Sheet Music, Ellington and Strayhorn sometimes playfully gave their manuscripts pseudonyms as titles; here La Tram stands for Take the "A" Train. This score is from a re-orchestration of "A" Train for a recording date that featured singer Betty Roche and saxophonist Paul Gonsalves. This is the beginning of the.
  6. Durisar says:
    Watch the video for Take The "A" Train from Duke Ellington's The Complete Ella Fitzgerald Song Books for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Grorg says:
    Listen to “Take the A Train,” Track This song is about a subway line called the A train, which runs from Queens to the northern tip of Manhattan and stops in the Sugar Hill neighborhood in Harlem. Sing along to “Take the A Train” using Track
  8. Mikaktilar says:
    Jul 30,  · Take The A Trainwas written in by Billy Strayhorn for the Duke Ellington Orchestra. The title refers to the, at the time, new A train service in New York City. Ellington’s son, Mercer, recalled that he found A Train in the trash. Strayhorn originally thought it sounded too much like a Fletcher Henderson raitiligargchissiteccujudxuarake.xyzinfo: Camden Hughes.
  9. Gardam says:
    Take the A-Train and its three (not just two) companion volumes are the best of the bunch. The other titles are Body and Soul, Both Sides of Midnight (both on Black Lion), and Live! At the Jazzhus Montmartre (DA Music). The first three (A-Train, Body and Soul, and Midnight) were also issued as a three-volume boxed set.5/5(6).

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