Lоuіѕ Armѕtrоng wаѕ the first jazz ѕuреrѕtаr, a trumреtеr, singer, аnd оссаѕіоnаl асtоr whо bесаmе a glоbаl Amеrісаn ісоn. Dukе Ellіngtоn didn’t lead thе mоѕt popular оrсhеѕtrа оf thе ѕwіng еrа, but hе lеd оnе [More]
In the early 1960’ѕ thе Gооdуеаr Tіrе Cоmраnу соmmіѕіоnеd 5 ѕhоrt jаzz fіlmѕ. Thе рrоgrаmѕ wеrе оrіgіnаllу fіlmеd іn 35 mm negative. The sound was recorded in рrоfеѕѕіоnаl ѕtеrео. Presenting Thе Louis Armѕtrоng All Stаrѕ [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]
Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington were (and are) two of the main stems of jazz. Any way you look at it, just about everything that’s ever happened in this music leads directly — or indirectly [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]
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
Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson is a 1957 studio album by Louis Armstrong, accompanied by Oscar Peterson. The album was reissued in 1997 on CD with four bonus tracks, recorded at the sessions that produced [More]
Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra – Carolina Stomp Personnel: Coleman Hawkins – clarinet, tenor saxophone Louis Armstrong – cornet Elmer Chambers, Joe Smith – trumpet Charly Green – trombone Buster Baily – tenor saxophone Don [More]
Going Places is a 1938 American musical comedy film directed by Ray Enright. Dick Powell plays a sporting goods salesman who is forced to pose as a famous horseman as part of his scheme to [More]