Things Aint What They Used To Be Mp3 Song Duke Ellington Lyrics

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March 24, 2015



Things Aint What They Used To Be

Things Aint What They Used To Be Mp3 Song, Download Things Aint What They Used To Be, Things Aint What They Used To Be Mp3 DownloadOne of the top track List "Historical Jazz Recordings 1942-1945", was casted in 2015 with a Hit Jazz song "Things Aint What They Used To Be" .Roughly Calculated profit recieved to Historical Jazz by this song is $1900.Historical Jazz, recorded the track after casting "Come To Baby Do Feat Joya Sherrill" music track performed by Leadbelly.This track was launched 2 years ago, towards the peak to hit by English music lovers.Duke Ellington experiencedmuch title for pleasant job of a Jazz soundtrack.The track was nicely composed by Duke Ellington while it was enjoyably sung by His Orchestra and Duke Ellington.Prime vocalist Duke Ellington took part in two fields, participated as singers and composer.It fastly went up on the video platform youtube in 2011, and is watched by 62.31 thousand lovers. roled as a lyricist.It is His Orchestra, Duke Ellington`s 3813th music track, Out of 4248 all till now.Track is obtainable on itunes library for $1.29 and all list only for $11.99.

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Song Name Things Aint What They Used To Be
AlbumHistorical Jazz Recordings 1942-1945.
ComposerDuke Ellington.
LabelHistorical Jazz.
SingerDuke Ellington and His Orchestra.
Duration 03:20
Record on March 24, 2015
Album Price $11.99
Song Price $1.29
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Things Aint What They Used To Be Lyrics

Got so weary of bein' nothin'
Felt so dreary just doin' nothin'
Didn't care ever gettin' nothin', felt so low
Now my eyes on the far horizon can see a glow
Announcin' things ain't what they used to be
No use bein' a doubtin' Thomas
No ignorin' that rosy promise;
Now I know there's a happy story yet to come
It's the dawn of a day of glory: millennium
I tell you things ain't what they used to be

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In the early 1960's the Goodyear Tire Company commisioned 5 short jazz films. The programs were originally filmed in 35 mm negative. The sound was recorded in professional stereo. Presenting the band in full vigor.

Over the years, the prints faded to pink, because of an unstable color print stock. What was once an extremely professional, good looking endavour, now looked like the most out of date historic relic.

In the late 80s Storyville Films polished and remastered the original source material and sync'ed music to the images.

Finally these films were back to their intended quality and now stand as some of the most technically advanced of jazz films of the early 60s.

This clip was recorded in NYC, January 9, 1962

The players of the orchestra in these clips are:
Trumpet: Ray Nance, Shorty Baker, Cat Anderson, Bill Berry, Ed Mullens
Trombone: Lawrence Brown, Leon Cox, Chuck Conners
Alto-saxophone: Russell Procope, Johnny Hodges
Tenor-saxophone: Paul Gonsalves
Clarinet (and tenor-saxophone): Jimmy Hamilton
Baritone-saxophone: Harry Carney
Piano: Duke Ellington
Bass: Aaron Bell
Drums: Sam Woodyard

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The best in jazz since 1952

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