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Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra 1929 - 1940 Album

Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra 1929 - 1940 Album

Performer: Louis Armstrong
Title: Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra 1929 - 1940
Released: 1990
Cat#: LP JT 53
Country: Italy
Label: Giants Of Jazz
Size MP3 version: 1363 mb
Size FLAC version: 1393 mb
Size WMA version: 2544 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 120
Genre: Jazz

Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra 1929 - 1940 Album


Tracklist

1Satchel Mouth Swing
Alto Saxophone – Charlie HolmesBass – Pops FosterClarinet – Rupert ColeDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Lee BlairPiano – Luis RussellTrombone – George Washington, J.C. Higginbotham, Wilbur De ParisTrumpet – Henry Allen, Shelton HemphillTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – C. Williams, L. Armstrong
2:33
2Bye And Bye
Alto Saxophone – Charlie HolmesAlto Saxophone, Clarinet – Rupert ColeBass – Pops FosterDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Lee BlairPiano – Luis RussellTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Bingie Madison, Joseph GarlandTrombone – George Washington, J.C. Higginbotham, Wilbur De ParisTrumpet – Bernard Flood, Henry Allen, Shelton HemphillTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Traditional
2:30
3After You´ve Gone
Alto Saxophone – Bert Curry, Crawford WethingtonBanjo – Mancy CaraClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy StrongDrums – Zutty SingletonPiano – Gene Anderson Trombone – Fred RobinsonTrumpet – Homer HobsonTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongTuba – Pete BriggsViolin – Carroll DockersonWritten-By – Creamer, Layton
3:22
4Love Walked In
Alto Saxophone – Charlie HolmesBass – George "Red" CallenderClarinet – Rupert ColeDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Lee BlairPiano – Luis RussellTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Bingie MadisonTrombone – J.C. HigginbothamTrumpet – Shelton HemphillTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – I. & G. Gerschwin
2:28
5Alexander´s Ragtime Band
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Holmes, Pete Clark Arranged By – Chappie WillettBass – Pops FosterDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Lee BlairPiano – Luis RussellTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Albert Nicholas, Bingie MadisonTrombone – George Matthews , George WashingtonTrumpet – Henry Allen, Louis Bacon, Shelton HemphillTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – I. Berlin
2:36
6Body And Soul
Alto Saxophone – Marvin JohnsonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Les HiteBass – Joe BaileyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Jones Drums – Lionel HamptonGuitar – Bill Perkins Piano – Henry PrinceTrombone – Luther GravenTrumpet – George Orendorf, Harold ScottTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Heyman, Green, Sour
3:16
7Dusky Stevedore
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – George Oldham, Scoville BrownBanjo, Guitar – Mike McKendricksBass – Bill OldhamClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Budd JohnsonDrums – Sid CatlettPiano – Charlie BealTrombone – Keg JohnsonTrumpet – Elmer Whitlock, Zilmer RandolphTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Razaf, Johnson
2:57
8Blue Turning Grey Over You
Bass – Pops FosterClarinet – William BlueClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Charlie HolmesDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Will JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Teddy HillTrombone – J.C. HigginbothamTrumpet – Henry Allen, Otis JohnsonTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Razaf, Waller
3:27
9That´s My Home
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Pete Clark Alto Saxophone, Violin – Edgar SampsonBass – Elmer JamesGuitar – John TrueheartPiano – Don Kirkpatrick Tenor Saxophone – Elmer WilliamsTrombone – Charlie GreenTrumpet – Billy Hicks, Louis HuntTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Ellison, Rene, Rene
3:12
10That Rhythm Man
Alto Saxophone – Bert Curry, Crawford WethingtonBanjo – Mancy CaraClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy StrongDrums – Zutty SingletonPiano – Gene Anderson Trombone – Fred RobinsonTrumpet – Homer HobsonTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongTuba – Pete BriggsViolin – Carroll DockersonWritten-By – Razaf, Waller
3:09
11Swing That Music
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Holmes, Henry JonesArranged By, Piano – Luis RussellBass – Pops FosterDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Lee BlairTenor Saxophone – Bingie Madison, Greely WaltonTrombone – Jimmy Archey, Leo "Snub" MosleyTrumpet – Gus Aiken, Leonard Davis, Louis BaconTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Gerlach, Armstrong
2:49
12Wolverine Blues
Alto Saxophone – Charlie HolmesAlto Saxophone, Clarinet – Rupert ColeBass – Pops FosterDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Lee BlairPiano – Luis RussellTenor Saxophone – Bingie MadisonTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Joseph GarlandTrombone – George Washington, J.C. Higginbotham, Wilbur De ParisTrumpet – Bernard Flood, Henry Allen, Louis Armstrong, Shelton HemphillWritten-By – B. Spikes, F.J.R.Morton, J. Spikes
3:15
13On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Alto Saxophone – Charlie HolmesBass – George "Red" CallenderDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Lee BlairPiano – Luis RussellTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Bingie MadisonTrombone – J.C. HigginbothamTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – J. McHugh - D. Fields
2:54
14I Surrender Dear
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone – George James Drums – Tubby HallGuitar – Mike McKendrickTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Albert Washington Trombone – Preston JacksonTrumpet – Zilmer RandolphTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Clifford, Barris
3:06
15Chinatown My Chinatown
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – George James , Lester BooneBass – John LindsayDrums – Tubby HallGuitar – Mike McKendrickPiano – Charlie AlexanderSoprano Saxophone, Clarinet – George James Tenor Saxophone – Albert Washington Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Albert Washington Trumpet – Preston Jackson, Zilmer RandolphTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Schwartz, Jerome
3:17
16Solitude
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Holmes, Henry JonesBass – Pops FosterDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Lee BlairPiano, Arranged By – Luis RussellTenor Saxophone – Bingie Madison, Greely WaltonTrombone – Jimmy ArcheyTrumpet – Gus Aiken, Leonard Davis, Louis BaconTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Ellington, Delange, Mills
3:05

Notes

A1 Los Angeles, January 12, 1938
A2 New York, March 14, 1940
A3 Los Angles, November 15, 1937
A4 New York, July 7, 1937
A5 Chicago, April 20, 1931
A6 Chicago, November 3, 1931
A7 Camden, N.J., December 8, 1932
A8 New York, December 19, 1935

B1 New York, May 18, 1936
B2 New York, May 18, 1938
B3 New York, December 18 1939
B4 Chicago, April 24, 1933
B5 New York, February 1, 1930
B6 Los Angeles, October 9, 1930
B7 New York, July 22, 1929
B8 New York, November 26, 1929

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8004883140008
  • Rights Society (Stamped): SIAE

Companies

  • Record Company – Sarabandas srl

Album

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