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Masters Of Jazz: Louis Armstrong


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Media: CD
Artist: Louis Armstrong
Series: Masters Of Jazz
Catalogue #: STV1018502
This Item Earns 16 Musicroom Points

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This compilation features radio broadcasts from Louis Armstrong and his All Stars from the Blue Note in Chicago in 1962, an NBC braodcast from the Winter Garden Theatre in New York in 1947 featuring Louis Armstrong with Bobby Hackett, Jack Teagarden and Peanuts Hucko, andI'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You featuring Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra in 1942.

Includes the classic standards Mack The Knife, Blueberry Hill, C'est Ci Bon, La Vie En Rose and new liner notes by Mike Hennessey.



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Customer Rating The main thing here is a 45-minute 1962-concert, and although with few surprises (we get several of popular songs that had been hits for Armstrong a few years previously), the playing is neither tired nor sloppy, as was sometimes the case during the mid-sixties. Pops must have played most of the songs here a thousand times (at least), but everything is delivered with gusto and credibility, and the fact that neither Joe Darensburg nor Danny Barcelona were particularly exciting means very little in the overall picture.
However, the five live-recorded tunes from 1947-48 are more satisfying, musically, with fine contributions from Jack Teagarden and Dick Cary.
All tunes have previously been released on Storyville.
Anon.


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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 06/04/2013
Format: Recorded Performance
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Brand: Storyville Records

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