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Take The A Train

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  1. Take the A Train ends with a coda (another name for the last part of a piece). It begins with the theme first heard in the first chorus. How is the coda different from Chorus 1? .
  2. The problem for completist hits collectors is that the three CDs currently available - the 9-track Unidisc volume titled "Tuxedo Junction" which simply reproduces the above Butterfly LP - the 9-track Unidisc volume titled "Take The "A" Train which you see here and which reproduces the LP "Tuxedo Junction II Take The A Train /5(5).
  3. this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an instrumental with solo's over the whol.
  4. Watch the video for Take The "A" Train from Duke Ellington's The Complete Ella Fitzgerald Song Books for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. rows · It is impossible to count Ellington's many recorded versions of "Take the 'A' Train;" the .
  6. Train does not always operate or sometimes skips this station. Part Time: LATE NIGHT SERVICE Train stops at this station late night hours only. Bus or AIRTRAIN to airport: ONE-WAY RUSH HOUR Train operates in one direction (To Manhattan am - 8 am, from Manhattan pm - pm).
  7. Take The A Train Lyrics: You must take the "A"-Train / To go to sugar hill way up in Harlem / If you miss the "A"-Train / You'll find you missed the quickest way to Harlem / Hurry - get on now it.
  8. You must take the A train To go to Sugar Hill way up in Harlem If you miss the A train You'll find you missed the quickest way to Harlem Hurry, get on, now it's coming Listen to those rails a-humming All aboard, get on the A train Soon you will be on Sugar Hill in Harlem Submit Corrections.