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    1. Gakus

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    2. Gardaran

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      Sep 28,  · “Cotton Tail” is a tune written by the great American composer and pianist Duke Ellington. This song, written in , is based off of the same chord changes as in George Gershwin’s “I’ve Got Rhythm”. As you may or may not know, this chord progression has been used for many tunes in the jazz repertoire [ ].
    3. Arashisho

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      Cottontail rabbits are among the 20 lagomorph species in the genus Sylvilagus, found in the Americas. Most Sylvilagus species have stub tails with white undersides that show when they retreat, giving them their characteristic name. However, this feature is not present in all cottontails nor is it unique to the genus. The genus is widely distributed across North America, Central America and.
    4. Kale

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      Composed by Ellington, with Ben Webster writing the melody of the first 16 bars and the melody of the saxophone soli, based on the chord changes to I got rhythm. Transcribed from a recording made in Hollywood, Calif. in and released on the recording The Blanton-Webster Band (RCA/Ariola International Victor /).
    5. Mikataxe

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      After Ellington and Mills parted on less than friendly terms in , Ellington felt liberated in a number of ways that resulted in him bringing several new musicians into his band including the great pioneering bassist Jimmie Blanton, the brilliant young arranger/composer Billy Strayhorn, and Ben Webster.
    6. Doll

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      Aug 01,  · Recorded in Hollywood, Wallace Jones, Ray Nance, Cootie Williams - tp Rex Stewart - cnt "Tricky" Sam Nanton, Lawrence Brown - tb Juan Tizol - vtb Barney Bigard - cl/ts Johnny Hodges - as/ss.
    7. Femuro

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      Aug 10,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Cottontail · Duke Ellington · Ella Fitzgerald Ella At Duke's Place ℗ Verve Label Group, a Division of .
    8. Nikomuro

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      All titles on Side One except 'Rabble Rouser' and 'Introduction To An Ending' from Side Two recorded at the Basin Street East, New York City, on December 24, 'Rabble Rouser' and the other titles on Side Two recorded at the same location on December 25, Slight distortion at beginning of "Basieville" present on original.3/5(2).

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