When your name is Duke Ellington, it doesn’t really matter what anniversary of your birth it might be, or how long you’ve been dead, there always seems to be a stream of celebrations and remembrances every April 29th. On this, the 110th anniversary of Duke Ellington, one of the greatest musicians and composers in history, I chose to remember Duke in a different way.
Ellington died five years before I was born, so for me to “remember” him might be a little out of place. Instead, I invite you to click the link below and listen to a portion of my 2007 interview with legendary trumpeter Clark Terry.
Terry spent years touring and recording with Duke, and in the audio Terry remembers Duke, talks about his attitude towards compositions that just didn’t quite work, and compares Ellington to Count Basie.
To hear this audio blog, click here. Enjoy!
8 Replies to “Remembering Duke Ellington on his 110th Birthday with Clark Terry”
Incredible interview! Thank you so much for sharing. Clark Terry has been such a big part of musical heritage.
what fun–clark terry looms large. great stuff.
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