Duke's best known alto saxophonist then played two of his most famous numbers in "I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)" followed by "Jeep's Blues". Still the crowd refused to disperse so Duke called for Ray Nance to sing "Tulip or Turnip". The festival's organizers tried to cut off the show at this point but once again were met . Song information for Jeep's Blues - Duke Ellington on AllMusic. "Jeep's Blues" Track Info. Https%3a%2f%2fimages. American Hustle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Various Artists. 1. Jeep's Blues. 2. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. 3. White Rabbit. 4. Overture. 5. Live and Let Die. 6. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart. 7. I Feel Love. 8. Don't Leave Me This Way. 9. Delilah.
28 Jan Yesterday I shared some brief thoughts on American Hustle and noted the use of Duke Ellington's music in that film. I've been thinking a bit more about that connection and it seems to me that the use of his music intentionally references the larger narrative of the movie. “Jeep's Blues” as performed by the. Jeep's Blues is one of many blues lines written by Ellington's star alto saxophonist Johnny Hodges. This one was for an Ellington small group recording under Hodges' name in the late 's. It's basically just the first 4 bars of the blues and then Hodges improvises the rest of the bar form. Ellington's later big band. Jeep's Blues This song is by Duke Ellington and appears on the movie soundtrack American Hustle ().
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