Who Sang "C" Jam Blues? Duke Ellington & His Orchestra feat. Paul Gonsalves

Release information
Release Date: 1962
length: 5:15
piano: Duke Ellington
bass: Aaron Bell
membranophone: Sam Woodyard
tenor saxophone: Paul Gonsalves
alto saxophone: Russell Procope and Johnny Hodges
clarinet & alto saxophone: Jimmy Hamilton
baritone saxophone: Harry Carney
trombone: Lawrence Brown and Chuck Connors
trumpet: William “Cat” Anderson, Roy Burrowes, Ray Nance and Bill Berry
Some other versions of ""C" Jam Blues"

Baby, take me down to Duke's place
Wildest box in town is Duke's place
Love that piano sound in Duke's place
Saxes do their tricks in Duke's place

Fellas swing their chicks in Duke's place
Come on, get your kicks in Duke's place
You find yourself a seat, and when you want to eat
You look around and yell waiter

You fill your cup chock full of dreams and drink it up
You're jetting along with your girlie
It's after three o'clock, but, baby, it's still early
If you've never been to Duke's place
Take your tootsies into Duke's place
Life is in a spin in Duke's place

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 "C" Jam Blues
  • 2 Take the "A" Train
  • 3 Happy-Go-Lucky Local
  • 4 Jam With Sam
  • 5 Caravan
  • 6 Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'
  • 7 Paris Blues
  • 8 Ready, Go

  • Release information
    label: Fantasy
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin