Struttin' With Some Barbecue

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The Louis Armstrong Songbook (Book/CD)~ Artist Songbook (Piano, Vocal & Guitar)
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A 20th century jazz prodigy with a supreme talent for improvisation, Louis Armstrong never gave less than a heartfelt vocal performance and people loved him for it. This unique collection celebrates some of his best and most famous songs.

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Edmond Hall/Papa Bue: Edmond Hall In Copenhagen~ Recorded Performance (Clarinet)
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A stellar recording from the Storyville library, chronicling Edmond Hall's 1966 sessions in Copenhagen.

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The Ralph Sutton Quartet: Featuring Bob Wilber - Volume 3~ Recorded Performance
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The laid-back professionalism and close compatibility of the musicians combine to make this a memorable live session.

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Louis Armstrong In Scandinavia: Volume 2 - 1952-1955~ Recorded Performance
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This second volume of previously unreleased material was recorded during three live concerts across Scandinavia between 1952 and 1955.

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Bobby Hackett: V-disc Parties~ Recorded Performance


The Army Special Services Division established the V-disc program in 1942 and made a variety of recordings for military service facilities around the world.Many of the records contained jazz artists' excellent performances that were not commercially available.
The first 4 tracks are a tribute to "Original Dixieland Jazz Band that made the first jazz recordings in 1917.


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