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The 1959 courtroom crime drama classic Anatomy of a Murder, directed by Otto Preminger, is based on the best-selling homonymous novel written by Michigan Supreme Court Justice John D. Voelker under the pen name Robert Traver. It's score is composed by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn. It won three Grammy Awards - Best Performance by a Dance Band, Best Musical Composition First Recorded and Released in 1959, and Best Sound Track Album.
The 1959 courtroom crime drama classic Anatomy of a Murder, directed by Otto Preminger, is based on the best-selling homonymous novel written by Michigan Supreme Court Justice John D. Voelker under the pen name Robert Traver. It's score is composed by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn. It won three Grammy Awards - Best Performance by a Dance Band, Best Musical Composition First Recorded and Released in 1959, and Best Sound Track Album.
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Anatomy Of A Murder / O.S.T. (Blk) [180 Gram] (Hol)
Artist: Duke Ellington (Blk) (Ogv) (Hol)
Format: Vinyl
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Main Title and Anatomy of a Murder (Featuring - Jimmy Hamilton, Ray Nance)
2. Flirtibird (Featuring - Johnny Hodges)
3. Way Early Subtone (Featuring - Russell Procope)
4. Hero to Zero (Featuring - Harry Carney, Paul Gonsalves)
5. Low Key Lightly (Featuring - Ray Nance)
6. Happy Anatomy (Featuring - Clark Terry, Paul Gonsalves)
7. Midnight Indigo
8. Almost Cried (Featuring - Shorty Baker*)
9. Sunswept Sunday (Featuring - Jimmy Hamilton)
10. Grace Valse 2:28
11. Happy Anatomy (Featuring - the P. I. Five)
12. Haupe (Featuring - Johnny Hodges)
13. Upper and Outest

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The 1959 courtroom crime drama classic Anatomy of a Murder, directed by Otto Preminger, is based on the best-selling homonymous novel written by Michigan Supreme Court Justice John D. Voelker under the pen name Robert Traver. It's score is composed by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn. It won three Grammy Awards - Best Performance by a Dance Band, Best Musical Composition First Recorded and Released in 1959, and Best Sound Track Album.
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