(In My) Solitude
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This article is about the song by Duke Ellington. For the album by Willis Jackson, see In My Solitude (Willis Jackson album).
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- Paul Robeson, bass with orchestra. Recorded in London on October 18, 1937. It was released by EMI on the His Master's Voice label as catalogue number B 8664.
- Duke Ellington and Ivie Anderson - 1940
- Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus and Max Roach - Money Jungle (1962)
- Billie Holiday (1941)
- Billy Eckstine (1947 with the Billy Eckstine Orchestra and 1983 with Gil Askey)
- Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook (1958)
- Sam Cooke - Tribute to the Lady (1959)
- Tony Bennett and Count Basie - In Person! (1959)
- Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington : The Great Summit/Complete Sessions (1961)
- Aretha Franklin for her album "Laughing on the Outside" (1962).
- Nina Simone - Nina Simone Sings Ellington (1962)
- Jimmy Scott
- Matt Johnson recorded a version for the Shades of Blue EP by The The (1990)
- Terence Blanchard and Jeanie Bryson - In My Solitude: The Billie Holiday Songbook (1994)
- Dr. John - Duke Elegant (2000)
- Etta James - Blue Gardenia (2001)
- Eyran Katsenelenbogen (2005)
- Herbie Hancock - River: The Joni Letters (2008)
- Marianne Faithfull - Easy Come, Easy Go (2008)
- Mark Isham & Kate Ceberano recorded a version for their Bittersweet album in (2009).
This song is in "Saving Private Ryan" (1998). This song, in instrumental version, plays on the radio in the HBO mini-series "Angels in America" (2004), while character Harper Pitt contemplates her profound solitude.
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