ALBUMS SINGLES/E.P.'S CAST RECORDINGS MISCELLANEOUS

A Tribute To Ethel Waters (1978)

After You've Gone
(Creamer/Layton)
There'll Be Some Changes Made
(Higgins/Overstreet)
Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe
(Harburg/Arlen)
My Man
(Willemetz/Charles/Pollock/Yvain)
Sweet Georgia Brown
(Bernie/Pinkard/Casey)
Saint Louis Blues
(Handy)
Am I Blue
(Clark/Akst)
When Your Lover Has Gone
(Swan)
Suppertime
(Berlin)

ALBUM INFO

Performed by Diahann Carroll with The Duke Ellington Orchestra under the direction of Mercer Ellington.
Produced by Robert Phillips, arrangement by Bruce W. Miller.
Laserlight XXXXX (1978).

The original liner notes:

A Great Lady sings a Great Lady
Take the magnificient voice and masterful interpretations of Diahann Carroll, combine them with the Duke Ellington Orchestra under the direction of Mercer Ellington, and with the special talents of arranger Bruce Miller... The result, I believe, is a recording that achieves the highest level of excellence. The choice of material represents both the past and the present. It offers an insight into Ethel Waters, while hinting at the great musical relation-ship between Ethel and the Duke... And all of this is put in the form of a Digital Master Disc recording.
- Michael Robert Phillips

CD EDITIONS

Reissued on CD several times on different labels and with alternative artwork. The first CD issue was released on Orinda Records in 1987.

Orinda Records OR4000-CD (USA 1987)
Laserlight Digital/Delta Music 15294b (USA 1990)
West Wind WW2405 (Italy 1992)


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