Blue Harlem Mp3 Song Duke Ellington Lyrics

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March 23, 2015



Blue Harlem

Blue Harlem Mp3 Song, Download Blue Harlem, Blue Harlem Mp3 DownloadOne of the top album "Historical Jazz Recordings 1931-1933", was casted in 2015 with the Blockbuster Jazz music track "Blue Harlem" .The song was originally composed by Frank Marvin so on it was nicely acted by His Orchestra and Duke Ellington.This music track was produced ago, begining to hit by English people.Approximate revenue to Historical Jazz by the soundtrack is $2489.Historical Jazz, produced the soundtrack after producing "Harlem Air-Shaft" soundtrack acted by Duke Ellington & Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra.It madly got sky-high on youtube in 2001, and is seen by 55.27 thousand lovers.It is His Orchestra, Duke Ellington`s 3903th soundtrack, Out of 4248 till now. experiencedvarious title for delightful work of a Jazz track. Lines of this music track was written by .Major creator played role in works, participated as .Track is reachable on apple store for $0.99 or full album just for $24.99.

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Song Name Blue Harlem
AlbumHistorical Jazz Recordings 1931-1933.
ComposerFrank Marvin.
LabelHistorical Jazz.
SingerDuke Ellington and His Orchestra.
Duration 02:54
Record on March 23, 2015
Album Price $24.99
Song Price $0.99
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Blue Harlem Lyrics

[Kurt Elling]

Nighttown, lady bright in the arms of night
Heading homeward
High overhey-oh

Nightown, lady bright in the arms of night
Heading homeward
High overhey-oh

[Instrumental Section]

Night life
Night life is cut out of a very luxurious royal blue bolt of velvet
It sparkles with jewels
And it sparkles in tingling and tinkling tones
Some of its sparkles are more precious than precious stones
Others are just splashes of costume jewelry
Night Life seems to have been born with all of its people in it
The people who had never been babies
But were born grown
Completely independent
Some of them were wonderful people
And some were just hangers on of the sort
Some of them experienced untold misfortunes
And some were very lucky
Some folks glittered in night life even more brightly than their own names on the marquees
Some played sure things
Others were inclined to gamble
There were a few hustlers who depended on finding suckers for survival
And there were some who were to wise to hustle
Who only wanted to have enough money to be able to afford to be a sucker
Night life had a song and a dance
Night life was New York,
San Francisco,
Out south.
Anywhere they wore that gorgeous velvet mantle.

Duke Ellington

Nighttown, lady bright in the arms of night
Heading homeward
High overhey-oh

Did You Know?

This song was recorded in May 1932 and released as Brunswick #6374. The label shown in this video is a French 78. Many of Duke Ellington's records had titles that included the word "Blue" or the word "Harlem"! This particular record stands out from other jazz records of its day because it includes a 20-second solo by bass player Wellman Braud. He was the inventor of the slap bass technique and really shows off his skills here.

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