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Louis Armstrong - Complete Recorded Works 1935 - 1945 Album

Louis Armstrong - Complete Recorded Works 1935 - 1945 Album

  • Darsteller: Louis Armstrong
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Titel: Complete Recorded Works 1935 - 1945
  • Freigegeben: 1976
  • Stil: Dixieland, Swing
  • Etikett: MCA Records
  • Katalog: 510.151
  • Land: France
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 2504 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 2896 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.9
  • Abstimmungen: 232

Trackliste

1 New York, February 4, 1936
2Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraCain And Abel
Written-By – T. Fenstock, A. Loman
2:59
3Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraHarlem Stomp
Written-By – Irene Higginbotham, Jay C. Higginbotham
3:01
4Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraWolverine Blues
Written-By – Ben Spikes, Ferdinand "Jelly-Roll" Morton, John Spikes
3:16
5Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraRhythm Saved The World
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
2:56
6Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI Never Knew
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Ted Fio-Rito
2:44
7Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraOn The Sunny Side Of The Street
Written-By – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mac Hugh
2:55
8Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraCuban Pete
Written-By – F. Norman
3:06
9 Los Angeles, April 17, 1942
10 New York, April 11, 1940
11Louis Armstrong With The Casa Loma OrchestraRockin' Chair
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël
3:15
12Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI Hope Gabriel Likes My Music
Written-By – Dave Franklin
3:12
13Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraThe Trumpet Player's Lament
Written-By – James V. Monaco, Johnny Burke
2:53
14Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraMahogany Hall Stomp
Written-By – Spencer Williams
2:51
15Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraOn The Sentimental Side
Written-By – James V. Monaco, Johnny Burke
2:24
16 New York, June 13, 1938
17 New York, June 10, 1938
18Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraNaturally
Written-By – Roy Barris
2:46
19 New York, April 25, 1939
20Louis Armstrong With Andy Iona And His IslandersHawaiian Hospitality
Written-By – J. Owens, M. Kinney
3:04
21 New York, October 3, 1935
22Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraSwing That Music
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
2:49
23Louis Armstrong With Andy Iona And His IslandersOn A Little Bamboo Bridge
Written-By – Sherman, D. Fletcher
3:13
24Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI Wonder
Written-By – Cecil Gant, Raymond Leveen
2:54
25Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersIn The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
Written-By – Egbert Van Alstyne, Harry H. Williams
2:15
26Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraAmong My Souvenirs
Written-By – J. Leslie, D. Nicholls
2:44
27 New York, April 5, 1939
28Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersMarie
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:20
29Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSolitude
Written-By – Edward "Duke" Ellington, Eddie de Lange, Irving Mills
3:03
30Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraPublic Melody Number One
Written-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
3:10
31Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraCoal Cart Blues
Written-By – Lil Hardin, Louis Armstrong
2:55
32Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraWhen It's Sleepy Time Down South
Written-By – Clarence Muse, Leon Rene, Otis Rene
2:57
33 Los Angeles, January 12, 1938
34Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI Double Dare You
Written-By – Jimmy Eaton, Terry Shand
2:55
35Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraLeap Frog
Written-By – Joseph Garland
2:57
36Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSatchel Mouth Swing
Arranged By – Chappie WilletWritten-By – Clarence Williams, Louis Armstrong
2:35
37Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraIf It's Good Then I Want It
Written-By – J.B. Marks, A. Hirsch
2:34
38Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraPoor Old Joe
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël
3:01
39Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraOld Man Mose
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Zilner Randolph
2:36
40Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraThanks A Million
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn
2:36
41 New York, March 14, 1940
42Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraLa Cucaracha
Arranged By – Stanley AdamsWritten-By – Folklore
2:42
43Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI'll Get Mine Bye And Bye
Written-By – Jimmie Davis
3:03
44Louis Armstrong With The Casa Loma OrchestraLazy Bones
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël, Johnny Mercer
3:13
45 New York, June 29, 1937
46Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraAlexander's Ragtime Band
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:34
47Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraLazy 'Sippi Steamer
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Luis Russell, Harry Selman
3:15
48Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenHey Lawdy Mama
Written-By – Amos Easton
2:57
49Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSavoy Blues
Written-By – Edward "Kid" Ory
3:10
50Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraRed Cap
Written-By – B. Hecht, Louis Armstrong
3:08
51 New York, April 28 & 29, 1936
52 Los Angeles, August 7, 1936
53 New York, January 14, 1945
54Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI'm Shooting High
Written-By – Jimmy McHugh, Ted Koehler
2:53
55Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraWhat Is This Thing Called Swing?
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
3:05
56Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSolitude
Written-By – Edward "Duke" Ellington, Eddie de Lange, Irving Mills
2:59
57Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraCoquette
Written-By – Carmen Lombardo, Gus Kahn, Johnny Green
2:34
58 New York, April 7, 1937
59Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraDippermouth Blues
Written-By – Joseph Oliver, Louis Armstrong
2:43
60Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraDown In Honky Tonk Town
Written-By – C. McCarron, Chris Smith
3:02
61Louis Armstrong With The Decca Mixed ChorusNobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
Written-By – Traditional
3:11
62Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraNow Do You Call That A Buddy?
Written-By – De Raye, C. Wilson
2:19
63Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenI Cover The Waterfront
Written-By – Dwight Heyman, Johnny Green
3:13
64Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraThanks A Million
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn
2:26
65Louis Armstrong With The Decca Mixed ChorusShadrack
Written-By – Robert McGimsey
2:28
66Louis Armstrong With Bing Crosby And Frances Langford Acc., By Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraPennies From Heaven
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Sonny Burke
4:19
67Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSwing That Music
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
2:50
68Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraHeah Me Talkin' To Ya
Written-By – Donald Redman, Louis Armstrong
3:04
69Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI've Got A Heart Full Of Rhythm
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
3:08
70Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraPoor Old Joe
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël
2:56
71Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSweethearts On Parade
Written-By – Carmen Lombardo, Charles Newman
2:51
72 New York, August 11, 1938
73Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraRed Nose
Written-By – Bonnie Lake, Marion Lake
3:01
74Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYes Suh!
Written-By – Andy Razaf, Edgar Dowell
3:10
75Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraOn Treasure Island
Vibraphone – Paul BarbarinWritten-By – Edgar Leslie, Joe Burke
3:04
76Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraThe Music Goes 'Round And 'Round
Written-By – Farley, Rilley, Hodgson
3:17
77Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraHurdy-Gurdy Man
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
2:57
78Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraOld Man Mose
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Zilner Randolph
2:30
79Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraAin't Misbehavin'
Written-By – A. Razaf, H. Books, Thomas Waller
2:55
80Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraRed Sails In The Sunset
Written-By – Hugh Williams , Jimmy Kennedy
3:00
81Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSomething Tells Me
Written-By – Harry Warren , Mack Gordon
2:30
82Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraCash For You Trash
Written-By – Ed Kirkeby, Thomas "Fats" Waller
3:02
83Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI'm In The Mood For Love
Written-By – Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
3:06
84Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraThe Skeleton In The Closet
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Johnny Burke
3:06
85 New York, March 10, 1941
86Louis ArmstrongElder Eatmore's Sermon On Throwing Stones
Written-By – Alex Rogers
4:17
87Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraHep Cat's Ball
Written-By – Clarence Palmer , Louis Armstrong
3:15
88 New York, July 2, 1937
89Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYou've Got Me Voodoo'd
Written-By – Eddie Lawrence, Louis Armstrong, Luis Russell
2:57
90Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersIn The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
Written-By – Egbert Van Alstyne, Harry H. Williams
2:17
91Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:58
92Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersMy Walking Stick
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:40
93Louis Armstrong With The PolynesiansOn A Cocoanut Island
Written-By – L. Anderson
3:08
94Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSweet A Song
Written-By – Harry Revel, Mack Gordon
3:04
95Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraMexican Swing
Written-By – Terry Shand
2:37
96Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersCarry Me Back To Old Virginny
Written-By – Tommy Bland
2:59
97 New York, May 1, 1940
98 New York, April 11, 1941
99 New York, April 10, 1940
100Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraTrue Confession
Written-By – Frederick Hollander, Sam Coslow
3:04
101 New York, January 18, 1939
102Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenIn The Gloaming
Arranged By – Luis RussellWritten-By – Traditional
2:57
103Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI've Got My Fingers Crossed
Written-By – Jimmy McHugh, Ted Koehler
2:54
104Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraBaby Won't You Please Come Home
Written-By – Charles Warfield, Clarence Williams
3:14
105 New York, June 15, 1939
106Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra2:19 Blues
Written-By – Mamie Deadume
2:49
107Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams
Written-By – James V. Monaco, Johnny Burke
2:52
108 Los Angeles, August 18, 1936
109Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraWhen Ruben Swings The Cuban
Written-By – Jack Meskill, Lean Flatow, Ted White
2:34
110Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraIt's Wonderful
Written-By – Cameron S. Welles, M. Parish, S. Smith
2:34
111 New York, May 18, 1938
112Louis Armstrong With The PolynesiansTo You, Sweetheart, Aloha
Written-By – J. Owens
2:56
113Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraOnce In A While
Written-By – Bud Green, Michaël Edwards
3:07
114Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenEverithing's Been Done Before
Written-By – E. Knopf, Harold Adamson, J. King
3:05
115Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI Can't Give You Anything But Love
Written-By – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
2:54
116Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraOld Man Mose
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Zilner Randolph
2:54
117 New York, May 27, 1940
118Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraFalling In Love With You
Written-By – M. Newman, Gus Kahn, Victor Young
3:07
119Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYou're Just A No Account
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
2:50
120Louis ArmstrongElder Eatmore's Sermon On Generosity
Written-By – Alex Rogers
4:21
121Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSun Showers
Written-By – Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
2:40
122Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraEv'ntide
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael
2:50
123Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraIf We Never Meet Again
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
3:07
124Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraWest End Blues
Written-By – Clarence Williams, Joseph Oliver
3:08
125Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenLong, Long Ago
Written-By – Thomas Haynes-Bayley
2:52
126Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraConfessin'
Written-By – Al J. Neiburg, D. Dougherty, E. Reynolds
3:12
127Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraGroovin'
Written-By – F. Brown, R.I. O'Nan, Teddy Mac Rae
2:47
128 New York, June 14, 1938
129Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraStruttin' With Some Barbecue
Arranged By – Chappie WilletWritten-By – Louis Armstrong
2:56
130Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraShe's The Daughter Of A Planter From Havana
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
3:17
131Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraLyin' To Myself
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël
3:09
132Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI Used To Love You
Written-By – George Von Tilzer, Frank Brown
2:57
133Louis Armstrong With Bing Crosby And Frances Langford Acc. By Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraPennies From Heaven Medley
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Sonny Burke
4:24
134Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraAs Long As You Live
Written-By – Bernie Hannighen
2:13
135Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraJubilee
Arranged By – Chappie WilletWritten-By – Hoagy Carmichaël, Stanley Adams
2:35
136Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraI Come From A Musical Family
Written-By – H. Franklin
2:58
137 New York, December 18, 1939
138Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraLove Walked In
Written-By – Ira Gershwin / George Garshwin
2:28
139Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraShoe Shine Boy
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
3:18
140Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYours And Mine
Written-By – Johnny Burke, Steve Nelson
2:40
141 New York, May 13, 1938
142 New York, March 24, 1937
143Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraOur Monday Date
Written-By – Earl Hines, Louis Armstrong
2:26
144Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraLet That Be A Lesson To You
Written-By – Jonny Mercer, Richard Whiting
2:33
145Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraShanty Boat On The Mississippi
Written-By – Elmer Eaton, Johnny Shand
3:20
146Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersCherry
Written-By – Donald Redman
2:47
147Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraRhythm Saved The World
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
3:03
148Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSo Little Time
Written-By – Hill, Peter De Rose
2:42
149Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYou Are My Lucky Star
Written-By – Arthur Freed, Nacio-Herb Brown
2:56
150 Los Angeles, August 9, 1944
151Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraJodie Man
Written-By – Allan Roberts, Doris Fisher
3:15
152Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraPerdido Street Blues
Written-By – Lilian, Louis Armstrong
3:00
153 New York, June 24, 1938
154Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSave It Pretty Mama
Written-By – Donald Redman
2:58
155Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraBaby Don't You Cry
Written-By – Unknown Artist
2:51
156Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersBoog It
Written-By – Buck "Ram" Ramirez, Cab Calloway, Jack Palmer
2:36
157Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYou Run Your Mouth, I'll Run My Business
Written-By – Louis Armstrong
2:358
158Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraCut Off My Legs And Call Me "Shorty"
Written-By – H. Raye
2:30
159Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraGot A Bran' New Suit
Written-By – Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz
2:53
160Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYou're A Lucky Guy
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
2:50
161Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraWhen The Saints Go Marchin' In
Written-By – Traditional
2:42
162Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraThankful
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
2:54
163Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraJeepers Creepers
Written-By – Harry Warren , Johnny Mercer
2:38
164Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYou Rascal You
Written-By – Sam Theard
3:02
165Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersThe Song Is Ended
Written-By – Irving Berlin
3:09
166Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersDarling Nelly Gray
Written-By – B.R. Hanby
2:42
167 Los Angeles, November 15, 1937
168 Los Angeles, August 17, 1936
169Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraMe And Brother Bill
Written-By – H. Sweet, Louis Armstrong
2:42
170Louis Armstrong With The Decca Mixed ChorusJonah And The Whale
Written-By – Robert McGimsey
2:46
171 New York, February 20, 1939
172Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersThe Old Folks At Home
Written-By – Stephen Foster
2:21
173Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraSomebody Stole My Break
Written-By – H. Franklin
2:44
174Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraBye And Bye
Written-By – Traditional
2:30
175Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersDarling Nelly Gray
Written-By – B.R. Hanby
2:44
176Louis Armstrong With The Decca Mixed ChorusGoing To Shout All Over God's Heaven
Written-By – Traditional
2:49
177Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersThe Flat Foot Floogie
Written-By – Bud Green, S. Stewart, S. Gaillard
2:57
178Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraYes, Yes My My
Written-By – Sammy Kahn, Saül Chaplin
2:35
179Louis Armstrong With The Mills BrothersW.P.A.
Written-By – Jesse Stone
2:46
180 Chicago, November 16, 1941

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneArt Ralston (tracks: M3, M4), Carl Frye (tracks: S4 to T4), Charlie Holmes (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8, G4 to K1, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4), Clarence Hutchinrider (tracks: M3, M4), Henry Jones (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8), Jack Stacey (tracks: E1 to E7), John Brown (tracks: T5 to T6), Pete Clark (tracks: G4 to H4, H7 to I3), Philip Waltzer (tracks: C6, C7), Rupert Cole (tracks: M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4, S4 to T4), Sidney Stoneburn (tracks: T7, T8), Willard Brown (tracks: T5 to T6)
  • Alto Saxophone, Tenor SaxophoneMurray McEachern (tracks: M3, M4)
  • Baritone SaxophoneBingie Madison (tracks: I4 to K1, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4), Ernest Thompson (tracks: T5 to T6), Kenny Sargent (tracks: M3, M4), Paul Ricci (tracks: T7, T8), Prince Robinson (tracks: T1 to T4)
  • Baritone VocalsHarry Mills (tracks: F5 to F7, K1 to K3, P4 to P7)
  • BassAlfred Moore (tracks: T5, T6), Bob Haggart (tracks: T7, T8), Haig Stephens (tracks: L1 to L4), Hayes Alvis (tracks: S4 to S7), Joe Nawahi (tracks: F1 to F4), John Simmons (tracks: T1 to T4), John Williams (tracks: R3 to S3), Pete Peterson (tracks: C6, C7), George "Pops" Foster (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8, G4 to H4, H7 to I3, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4), George "Red" Callender (tracks: H5, H6, I4 to K1), James Taft (tracks: E1 to E7), Stanley Dennis (tracks: M3, M4), Wellman Braud (tracks: Q5 to R2)
  • Bass VocalsJohn Mills (tracks: F5 to F7, K1 to K3, P4 to P7)
  • ClarinetBingie Madison (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8, G4 to I3, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4), Joseph Garland (tracks: M5 to P3, S4 to S7), Rupert Cole (tracks: I4 to K1, M1, M2, Q1 to Q4, S4 to T4), Sidney Stoneburn (tracks: L1 to L4, T7, T8)
  • Clarinet, Alto SaxophoneJimmy Dorsey (tracks: E1 to E7), Jules Rubin (tracks: T7, T8)
  • Clarinet, Baritone SaxophoneSidney Trucker (tracks: C6, C7)
  • Clarinet, Soprano SaxophoneSidney Bechet (tracks: Q5 to R2)
  • Clarinet, Tenor SaxophoneAlbert Nicholas (tracks: G4 to H4, H7 to I3, M1, M2), Arthur Rollini (tracks: T7, T8), William Steigmeyer (tracks: T7, T8), Prince Robinson (tracks: R3 to T4)
  • DrumsJames Harris (tracks: T5 to T6), John Blowers (tracks: T7, T8), Paul Barbarin (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8, G4 to K1), Ray McKinley (tracks: E1 to E7), Samuel Weiss (tracks: L1 to L4), Sidney Catlett (tracks: M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4, R3 to T4), Stanley King (tracks: C6, C7), Anthony Briglia (tracks: M3, M4), Arthur "Zutty" Singleton (tracks: Q5 to R2)
  • Electric GuitarEmmet Slay (tracks: T5 to T6), Lawrence Lucie (tracks: R3 to T4)
  • GuitarBernard Addison (tracks: Q5 to R2), Carl Kress (tracks: T7, T8), Dave Barbour (tracks: C6, C7, L1 to L4), Jack Blanchette (tracks: M3, M4), Lee Blair (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8, G4 to K1, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4), Norman Brown (tracks: P4 to P7), Roscoe Hillman (tracks: E1 to E7)
  • Guitar, VocalsGeorge Archer (tracks: F1 to F4), Harry Baty (tracks: F1 to F4)
  • LeaderLuis Russell (tracks: C8 to D8, G4 to H4, H7 to I3, J1 to K1, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4, Q1 to R2)
  • Liner NotesRichard Dartigues
  • Music Librarian [Access To Their Own Collections]Dominique Brigaud, Jean Portier, Richard Dartigues
  • Photography By [Booklet]Daniel Filipacchi
  • Photography By [Cover]Ernst Haas
  • PianoRobert Van Eps (tracks: E1 to E7), David Bowman (tracks: T7, T8), Edward Swanston (tracks: T5 to T6), Fulton McGrath (tracks: C6, C7), Howard Hall (tracks: M3, M4), Luis Russell (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8, G4 to K1, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q5 to T4), Nathaniel Jaffe (tracks: L1 to L4)
  • Reissue Producer, Edited By [Reprocessed By]Jacques Lubin, Jean Lemerre
  • Steel GuitarSam Koki (tracks: F1 to F4)
  • Tenor SaxophoneAl Philburn (tracks: L1 to L4), Albert Nicholas (tracks: I4 to I7), Bingie Madison (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8, G4 to K1, Q1 to Q4), Dan D'Andrea (tracks: M3, M4), Dexter Gordon (tracks: T5 to T6), Joseph "Fud" Livingston (tracks: E1 to E7), Greely Walton (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8), Joseph Garland (tracks: M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4, S4 to T4), Pat Davis (tracks: M3, M4), Paul Ricci (tracks: C6, C7), Skeets Herfurt (tracks: E1 to E7), Theodore "Teddy" McRae (tracks: T5 to T6)
  • Tenor VocalsDonald Mills (tracks: F5 to F7, K1 to K3, P4 to P7), Herbert Mills (tracks: F5 to F7, K1 to K3, P4 to P7)
  • TromboneAdam Martin (tracks: T5 to T6), Al Philburn (tracks: C6, C7), Russell Rauch (tracks: M3, M4), Robert Byrnes (tracks: E1 to E7), Claude Jones (tracks: Q5 to R2), Donald Mattison (tracks: E1 to E7), George Matthews (tracks: G4 to H4), George Washington (tracks: G4 to H4, H7 to I3, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4, R3 to T4), Harry White (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8), Henderson Chambers (tracks: S4 to T4), Jay C. Higginbotham (tracks: G4 to K1, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4), James Whitney (tracks: T1 to T4), James Archey (tracks: A1 to C5, D3 to D8), Joseph Yukl (tracks: E1 to E7), Larry Anderson (tracks: T5 to T6), Leo "Snub" Mosley (tracks: C8 to D2), Norman Greene (tracks: S4 to S7), Walter "Pee-Wee" Hunt (tracks: M3, M4), Taswell Baird (tracks: T5 to T6), Wilbur DeParis (tracks: H7 to I3, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4)
  • TrumpetAndy "Fats" Ford (tracks: T5 to T6), Bernard Flood (tracks: Q1 to Q4, T1 to T4), Billy Butterfield (tracks: T7, T8), Bob Mayhew (tracks: C6, C7), Bunny Berigan (tracks: C6, C7), Frank Galbreath (tracks: S4 to T4), Frank Zullo (tracks: M3, M4), Eugene Prince (tracks: S4 to S7), George Thow (tracks: E1 to E7), Grady Watts (tracks: M3, M4), Gus Aiken (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8), Henry "Red" Allen (tracks: G4 to H4, H7 to I3, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4), Jesse Brown (tracks: T5 to T6), John McGee (tracks: L1 to L4), Léonard Davis (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8), Lester Currant (tracks: T5 to T6), Louis Bacon (tracks: A1 to C5, C8 to D8, G4 to H4, H7 to I3), Otis Johnson (tracks: M1, M2, M5 to P3), Robert Cusumano (tracks: L1 to L4), Shelton "Scad" Hemphill (tracks: G4 to H4, H7 to I3, J1 to K1, M1, M2, M5 to P3, Q1 to Q4, S4 to T4), Sonny Dunham (tracks: M3, M4), Thomas Grider (tracks: T5 to T6), Toots Camarata (tracks: E1 to E7)
  • Trumpet, VocalsLouis Armstrong
  • Ukulele, VocalsAndy Iona (tracks: F1 to F4)
  • VibraphonePaul Barbarin (tracks: I4 to K1)
  • Vibraphone, DrumsLionel Hampton (tracks: F1, F2)
  • VocalsBing Crosby (tracks: E6, E7), Frances Langford (tracks: E6, E7)

Hinweise

Comes with a booklet with information about all the recordings.

Reprocessed at Studios Barclay Hoche Enregistrements - Paris
Distribution C.P.F. Barclay

℗ 1976 M.C.A. Records

Barcodes

  • Other (Catalog # record 2): 510.152
  • Other (Catalog # record 3): 510.153
  • Other (Catalog # record 4): 510.154
  • Other (Catalog # record 5): 510.155
  • Other (Catalog # record 6): 510.156
  • Other (Catalog # record 7): 510.157
  • Other (Catalog # record 8): 510.158
  • Other (Catalog # record 9): 510.159
  • Other (Catalog # record 10): 510.160
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM

Unternehmen

  • Edited At – Studios Barclay-Hoche Enregistrements
  • Distributed By – C.P.F. Barclay
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records

Album

New York, October 3, 1935. Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra. I'm In The Mood For Love. Written-By Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields. You Are My Lucky Star. Written-By Arthur Freed, Nacio-Herb Brown. La Cucaracha. Arranged By Stanley AdamsWritten-By Folklore. Got A Bran' New Suit. Written-By Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz. Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol. 1 1935-1941 - Big Joe Williams. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнители L Louis Armstrong Complete Recorded Works 1935 - 1945. More music by Louis Armstrong. Louis ArmstrongLouis Armstrong. Tiger Rag, Der Treue Husar The Faithful HusarLouis Armstrong. Although somewhat popular at the time, oddly enough, Walter Roland did not record again after 1935. The highlights of this program which generally does hold one's interest include . Blues, Early in the Morning No. 2, Bad Dream Blues, I'm Gonna Shave You Dry, . Blues and Penniless Blues, but get Volume 1 first. Louis Armstrong. Walter Roland. Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, 1933-1935 - Blind Willie McTell, Curley Weaver. Complete Recorded Works, 1927-1931 - Blind Willie McTell. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol. 1 1935-1941 to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol. from false starts, studio banter etc by just keeping to all the wonderful music that Louis recorded during this time. Album infos. Buy music. Listen to online Louis Armstrong - Complete Recorded Works 1935 - 1945, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Louis Armstrong - Complete Recorded Works 1935 - 1945 from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label MCA Records catalog number . This album was released in 1976 year. East St. Louis Blues, Fare You Well. Blind Willie McTell