Duke Ellington Discography: Pitter Panther Patter

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Date Gig Vocalist Source Note
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October 1, 1940 Studio session for RCA Victor, Chicago, Illinois The Complete RCA Victor Recordings, Disk I (Track 7) Alternate
80 You
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October 1, 1940 Studio session for RCA Victor, Chicago, Illinois The Chronological Classics 1940 Vol. 2 (Track 5) His Master's Voice B.9179
Victor 27221-B
90 August 14, 1943 CBS Radio Broadcast from Hurricane Restaurant, New York, New York At The Hurricane Club - N.Y.C. Volume 2 (Side 2, Track 5)
88 You
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December 19, 1944 Concert from Carnegie Hall, New York, New York Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944, Disk 1 (Track 5)
91 You
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January 3, 1945 Studio Session for World Broadcast System, New York, New York World Broadcasting Series Volume Four (Track 2)
89 You
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May 19, 1945 "Your Saturday Date With the Duke" ABC Radio Broadcast at the Paradise Theatre, Detroit, Michigan The Treasury Shows, Vol. 4, Disk 1 (Track 7)
81 You
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September 1, 1945 "Your Saturday Date With the Duke" ABC Radio Broadcast at the Earle Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Treasury Shows, Vol. 11, Disk 2 (Track 13)
84 You
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January 4, 1946 Concert at Carnegie Hall, New York, New York Carnegie Hall Concerts, January 1946, Disk 1 (Track 9)
84 You
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January 20, 1946 Concert at the Civic Opera House, Chicago, Illinois Great Chicago Concerts, Disk Two (Track 16)
90 You
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January 20, 1946 Concert at the Civic Opera House, Chicago, Illinois Treasury Shows Vol. 17 (Disk 2, Track 12)
85 April 29, 1949 "Adventures in Jazz" CBS Television Broadcast, New York, New York Adventures in Jazz Broadcast
84 You
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December 5, 1972 Pablo Studio Session, New York, New York This One's For Blanton (Track 2)
89 You
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November 2, 1973 Concert at the Philharmonie, Berlin, West Germany Live at the Berlin Philharmonic Hall (Track 2)
88 December 1, 1973 Concert at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, England The Complete RCA Victor Recordings, Disk X, Eastbourne Performance (Track 14)
78 December 2, 1973 Concert at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, England