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Louis Armstrong - His Best Recordings, 1924-1938 Album
Performer: Louis Armstrong
Title: His Best Recordings, 1924-1938
Year 1993
Country France
Label Best Of Jazz
Catalog Number 4004
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 056
MP3 size: 2388 mb
FLAC size: 2507 mb
WMA size: 1324 mb
Record From: CD, Compilation

Louis Armstrong - His Best Recordings, 1924-1938 Album


1Louis Armstrong & His Hot FiveI'm Not Rough2:57
2Louis Armstrong Orch.Dallas Blues3:15
3Bessie SmithReckless Blues
4Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersDarling Nelly Gray2:42
5Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraMoney Blues3:00
6Clarence Williams Blue FiveEverybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don't Love Nobody But Me)2:33
7Louis Armstrong & His Hot FiveWest End Blues3:11
8Louis Armstrong Orch.Basin Street Blues3:18
9Louis Armstrong Orch.Swing That Music2:50
10Louis Armstrong Orch.Ev'ntide2:50
11Bertha "Chippie" HillPratt City Blues2:53
12Lil's Hot ShotsGeorgia Bo Bo3:03
13Louis Armstrong & His Hot SevenPotato Head Blues2:56
14Louis ArmstrongWeather Bird2:42
15Louis Armstrong Orch.Shine3:17
16Louis Armstrong & His Hot FiveStruttin' With Some Barbecue3:01
17Louis Armstrong & His Hot FiveCornet Chop3:06
18Louis ArmstrongShadrack2:28
19Louis Armstrong & His Hot SevenWild Man Blues3:14
20Louis Armstrong Orch.Just A Gigolo3:15
21Louis ArmstrongDear Old Southland3:18
22Louis Armstrong & His Hot SevenWillie The Weeper3:07


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His Best Recordings 1924-1938. Your Rating. The Essential Recordings, 1925-1940 CD 2 - Louis Armstrong. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Louis Daniel Armstrong August 4, 1901 July 6, 1971, nicknamed Satchmo, Satch, and Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, vocalist, and actor who was among the most influential figures in jazz. His career spanned five decades, from the 1920s to the 1960s, and different eras in the history of jazz. In 2017, he was inducted into the Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame. With Milt Gabler supervising his recordings, Armstrong embarked on a string of covers of then-current hits, much as he did for Okeh in the early 1930s. The results were some of the most popular recordings of his career Blueberry Hill, La Vie En Rose, A Kiss to Build a Dream On. When Ricky Riccardi had to cull his list down to 20 essential Armstrong recordings, he admits he winced when he had to eliminate the following five tunes: Beau Koo Jack 1928, Swing That Music 1936, A Kiss to Build a Dream On 1951, You Rascal You with Louis Jordan 1950, and Hello, Dolly . Louis Armstrong. 8 Tracks. songs Best Recordings, 1924-1938. Willie the Weeper stereo re-creation by Robert Parker by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven. recording of: Willie the Weeper on 1927-05-07. Listen to Louis Armstrong lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist Louis Armstrong. Complete Session. Ella & Louis For Lovers. I've Got The World On A String - Louis Under The Stars. Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson Remaster. Now You Has Jazz: Louis Armstrong At M-G-M. Other Songs. Pocketful Of Dreams, Vol. Portrait Of The Artist As A. Louis Armstrong and his All Stars Columbia and RCA Victor Live Recordings Mosaic MD9-257 9 CDs Louis Armstrong t, v with coll. Much of the material has appeared over the decades for instance, on the 1956 album Satchmo The Great, the posthumous Chicago Concert and the originally unreleased big-band track from the 1958 Newport Festival, but theres also much here thats new. As well as the 1947 Town Hall set which first reunited Armstrong and Teagarden, we have a previously unknown, 90-minute Carnegie Hall concert from the touring band only six months later