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Some Sweet Day - Louis Armstrong - Volume II: 1932-1940 (CD)

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  1. Songs Of The 30’s & 40’s – Vol. 5 That Lucky Old Sun, Frankie Laine This Land Is Your Land, Woody Guthrie Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days Of Summer, Nat King Cole Till The End Of Time, Perry Como Toot Toot Tootsie (Goodbye), Al Jolson Tumbling Tumbleweeds, Sons Of Pioneers What A Wonderful World, Louis Armstrong.
  2. Duke Ellington. Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, – May 24, ) was an American composer, pianist, and big-band leader. Ellington wrote over 1, compositions.
  3. 20 CD issued in cardboard sleeve housed in a box set including a 36 page inner booklet (Biographies) Total running time 25 hours 18 minutes 43 secondes Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode (Text on box): 3
  4. Dec 10,  · Perfect Blues: s 30s & 40s Vintage Blues; Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Leadbelly (Past Perfect) - Duration: Past Perfect Vintage Music Recommended for you
  5. This second volume completes JSP's reissue of Bessie Smith's complete recorded output and covers recording sessions from 26th October until 24th November The soundtrack of the 'St Louis Blues' film is included in its correct chronological position and not as an appendix/5(15).
  6. The most important musician of the century past has had a trumpet-load of retrospectives appear since the th anniversary of his birth in , and few are more brisk, enjoyable, shot full of goofy energy, and essential than the remastered reissue of The Best of Louis Armstrong: The Hot Five and Seven Recordings box set. The box is four CDs of remastered, priceless Chicago work.
  7. Louis Armstrong devint, dès les premières années trente, une vedette populaire. Il sut le rester jusqu’à sa mort, survenue le 6 juillet Trompettiste à la sonorité ample, brillante et pure, Armstrong chantait aussi admirablement, avec une voix rocailleuse et voilée qui heurtait les auditeurs non initiés mais communiquait une.
  8. Louis Armstrong's Hot Fives and Sevens existed only as recording bands, with the members working regularly in other groups, but they created music that will endure as long as people listen to jazz. The sessions on volume 2 of the Columbia series come from and , with the first eight tracks continuing the work of the Hot Five and the 5/5(4).
  9. In August , Louis Armstrong recorded "Skokiaan" in two parts with Sy Oliver's Orchestra in New York (Decca ). Part 1 (the A side) is a purely instrumental version, while Part 2 (side B) has Armstrong singing the lyrics.

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