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245 00 Ken Burns jazz|h[sound recording] :|bthe story of 
       America's music. 
246 30 Jazz 
246 30 Story of America's music 
260    New York :|bColumbia/Legacy,|cp2000. 
300    5 sound discs :|bdigital ;|c4 3/4 in. +|e1 booklet (44 p. 
       : ill. ; 23 cm.) 
500    Music compiled for the PBS television series, Jazz, 
       directed by Ken Burns. 
500    Program notes by Geoffrey C. Ward in booklet inserted in 
       container. 
505 0  Disc 1:  Star dust  (Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra) --  
       Soon one mornin' (Death come a-creepin' in my room)  
       (Mississippi Fred McDowell) --  Memphis blues  (Jim 
       Europe's 369th Infantry Band) --  Livery stable blues  
       (Original Dixieland Jazz Band) --  Charleston  (James P. 
       Johnson) --  Chimes blues  (King Oliver's Creole Jazz 
       Band) --  Back water blues  (Bessie Smith) --  The pearls 
       (Jelly Roll Morton) --  Dead man blues  (Jelly Roll 
       Morton's Red Hot Peppers) --  Wild cat blues ;  Cake 
       walkin' babies : from home  (Clarence Williams's Blue 
       Five) --  Sugar foot stomp  (Fletcher Henderson & His 
       Orchestra) --  Heebie jeebies  (Louis Armstrong & His Hot 
       Five) --  Potato head blues  (Louis Armstrong & His Hot 
       Seven) --  West End blues  (Louis Armstrong & His Hot 
       Five) --  Mooche  (Duke Ellington & His Orchestra) --  
       East St. Louis toodle-oo  (Duke Ellington & His 
       Washingtonians) --  Black beauty  (Duke Ellington) --  
       Mood indigo  (Jungle Band) --  There ain't no sweet man 
       (worth the salt of my tears)  (Paul Whiteman & His 
       Orchestra) --  Singin' the blues ;  Riverboat shuffle  
       (Frankie Trumbauer & his Orchestra) --  Hotter than 'ell  
       (Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra) --  I got rhythm  
       (Ethel Waters). 
505 0  Disc 2:  It don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that 
       swing) ;  Echoes of Harlem  (Duke Ellington & his 
       Orchestra) --  Moten swing  (Benny Moten's Kansas City 
       Orchestra) --  St. Louis blues ;  Ain't misbehavin'  
       (Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra) --  For dancers only  
       (Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra) --  King Porter stomp  
       (Benny Goodman & His Orchestra) --  Rose room  (Benny 
       Goodman Sextet) --  Sing, sing, sing : with a swing  
       (Benny Goodman & His Orchestra) --  Jumpin' at The 
       Woodside ;  Sent for you yesterday & here you come today  
       (Count Basie & His Orchestra) --  Lester leaps in  (Count 
       Basie's Kansas City Seven) --  Oh, lady, be good!  (Jones-
       Smith Incorporated) --  Without your love  (Billie Holiday
       & Her Orchestra) --  Strange fruit  (Billie Holiday) --  
       God bless the child  (Billie Holiday with Eddie Heywood & 
       His Orchestra) --  Three little words  (Art Tatum) --  
       Rebecca  (Pete Johnson & Joe Turner) --  Harlem congo  
       (Chick Webb & His Orchestra) --  A-tisket a-tasket  (Chick
       Webb & His Orchestra featuring Ella Fitzgerald) --  Shine 
       (Django Reinhardt & Le Quartet du Hot Club de France) --  
       Dear old southland  (Noble Sissle & His Orchestra). 
505 0  Disc 3:  Body & soul  (Coleman Hawkins) --  Cotton tail ; 
       Take the "A" train  (Duke Ellington & his Orchestra) --  
       Begin the beguine  (Artie Shaw & his Orchestra) --  In the
       mood  (Glenn Miller & his Orchestra) --  Well, git it!  
       (Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra) --  Solitude  (Billie 
       Holiday with Eddie Heywood & His Orchestra) --  Drum 
       boogie  (Gene Krupa & His Orchestra) --  Salt peanuts  
       (Dizzy Gillespie & His All Star Quintet) --  Groovin' high
       (Dizzy Gillespie Sextet) --  Ko-Ko  (Charlie Parker's Re-
       boppers) --  Scrapple from the apple  (Charlie Parker 
       Quintet) --  Embraceable you  (Charlie Parker Quintet) -- 
       Get happy  (Bud Powell Trio) --  Epistrophy  (Thelonious 
       Monk) --  Straight, no chaser  (Thelonious Monk) --  
       Manteca  (Dizzy Gillespie & His Orchestra) --  Moon dreams
       (Miles Davis Nonet) --  Just friends  (Charlie Parker) -- 
       Rockin' chair  (Louis Armstrong) --  They can't take that 
       away from me  (Sarah Vaughan & Her Trio) --  Walkin' shoes
       (Chet Baker & Gerry Mulligan) --  Fine & mellow  (Billie 
       Holiday). 
505 0  Disc 4:  Doodlin'  (Horace Silver & the Jazz Messengers) -
       -  I get a kick out of you  (Clifford Brown & Max Roach) -
       -  St. Thomas  (Sonny Rollins) --  Django  (Modern Jazz 
       Quartet) --  Take five  (Dave Brubeck Quartet) --  So what
       (Miles Davis Sextet) --  Giant steps  (John Coltrane 
       Quartet) --  Rick Kick Shaw  (Cecil Taylor Trio) --  
       Chronology  (Ornette Coleman) --  Original Faubus Fables  
       (Charles Mingus) --  Acknowledgement (from A love supreme)
       (John Coltrane Quartet). 
505 0  Disc 5:  Hello, Dolly!  (Louis Armstrong) --  Desafinado  
       (Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd) --  In a sentimental mood  
       (John Coltrane & Duke Ellington) --  Tourist point of view
       (Duke Ellington & his Orchestra) --  E.S.P.  (Miles Davis 
       Quintet) --  Spanish key  (Miles Davis) --  Birdland  
       (Weather Report) --  Mister magic  (Grover Washington) -- 
       Rockit  (Herbie Hancock) --  Un ange en danger  (Ron 
       Carter, M.C. Solaar) --  Tanya  (Dexter Gordon) --  Soon 
       all will know  (Wynton Marsalis) --  Death letter  
       (Cassandra Wilson) --  Take the A train  (Lincoln Center 
       Jazz Orchestra). 
511 0  Various artists. 
518    Recorded 1917-1995. 
520    Music from the PBS special Jazz, by filmmaker Ken Burns. 
650  0 Jazz. 
700 1  Burns, Ken,|d1953- 
700 1  Ward, Geoffrey C. 
700 1  Armstrong, Louis,|d1901-1971. 
700 1  McDowell, Fred. 
700 1  Europe, James Reese,|d1881-1919. 
700 1  Johnson, James P.|q(James Price),|d1894-1955. 
700 1  Ellington, Duke,|d1899-1974. 
700 1  Moten, Benny,|d1916- 
700 1  Hawkins, Coleman. 
700 1  Shaw, Artie,|d1910-2004. 
700 1  Miller, Glenn,|d1904-1944. 
700 1  Silver, Horace,|d1928- 
700 1  Brown, Clifford. 
700 1  Roach, Max,|d1924-2007. 
700 1  Rollins, Sonny. 
700 1  Brubeck, Dave. 
700 1  Getz, Stan,|d1927-1991. 
700 1  Byrd, Charlie,|d1925-1999. 
700 1  Coltrane, John,|d1926-1967. 
700 1  Davis, Miles. 
710 2  Jim Europe's 369th Infantry Band. 
710 2  Original Dixieland Jazz Band. 
710 2  Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra. 
710 2  Jazz Messengers. 
710 2  Modern Jazz Quartet. 
710 2  Dave Brubeck Quartet. 
710 2  John Coltrane Quartet. 
710 2  Miles Davis Quintet. 
730 0  Jazz (Television program) 
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