“I Wish I Knew” from the album “Mostly in Blue” (2018). Personnel: George Cotsirilos – guitar Keith Saunders – piano Robb Fisher – bass Ron Marabuto – drums ____________________ Released: 09 February 2018 Label: OA2 Records
Track listing: 1) Grand Boubousse 2) Qua-Ti Rhythm – (starts at 03:19s) 3) Quat-Ti Blues – (starts at 07:36s) 4) Lagniappe – (starts at 11:32s) 5) St. James Infirmary – (starts at 16:15s) 6) Frankie [More]
Although he receives first billing on this LP, drummer Baby Dodds is only on five of the 11 selections. However these titles (three of which have Dodds in a trio with clarinetist Albert Nicholas and [More]
Track listing: 1. 00:00:00 Louis Armstrong Christmas In New Orleans 2. 00:02:50 Louis Armstrong Muggles 3. 00:05:44 Louis Armstrong Willie The Weeper 4. 00:08:53 Louis Armstrong Muskrat Ramble 5. 00:11:26 Louis Armstrong Bye And Bye [More]
In 1961, shortly after filming the television special Chicago and All That Jazz (hosted by Gary Moore and featuring brief appearances by many of the alumni of the 1920s Chicago jazz scene), Eddie Condon had [More]
In October 1959, more than four years since his last tribute album (Satch Plays Fats), Louis Armstrong gathered his All-Stars for a session paying homage to King Oliver — his earliest musical hero and the [More]
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Drummer Paul Barbarin (a fine composer whose “Bourbon Street Parade” is included on this set) always had New Orleans bands that played in tune, knew how to solo, and could [More]
Satchmo in Style is a 1959 studio album by Louis Armstrong, arranged by Gordon Jenkins. AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden: Not only was Louis Armstrong a major jazz star, but his fame as a popular [More]
Personnel: Louis Armstrong -trumpet Joe Muranyi – clarinet Tyree Glenn – trombone Marty Napoleon – piano Milt Hinton – bass Jo Jones – drums Recorded: 1971
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Despite being active up until her death in 1971, Lil Armstrong only recorded a handful of numbers in the 1950’s. This CD reissue (other than the soundtrack of a slightly [More]