Cd - Louis Armstrong - In Scandinavia V.2

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Brand New: An item that has never been opened or removed from the manufacturer?s sealing (if applicable). Item...Read more Genre: Jazz Release Date: 08/08/2005 Style: Trumpet Record Label: Storyvle Artist: Louis Armstrong UPC: 717101834921 Format: CD Detaed item info Album Features UPC: 717101834921 Artist: Louis Armstrong Format: CD Release Year: 2005 Record Label: Storyvle Genre: Jazz Instrument, TrumpetTrack Listing1. When It's Sleepy Time Down South2. New Orleans Function3. Pennies from Heaven4. Tin Roof Blues5. Muskrat Rumble6. Basin Street Blues7. Big Daddy Blues8. You're Just in Love9. Stompin' at the Savoy10. On the Sunny Side of the Street11. High Society12. When It's Sleepy Time Down South13. Indiana14. Gypsy, The15. Pretty Little Missy16. Struttin' with Some Barbecue Detas Playing Time: 76 min. Producer: Gosta Hagglot Distributor: Allegro Corporation (Dist Recording Type: Live Recording Mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/aAlbum NotesPersonnel: Louis Armstrong (vocals, trumpet); Louis Armstrong; Edmond Hall (clarinet); Bly Kyle (piano); Arvell Shaw (double bass); Barrett Deems (drums); Velma Middleton (vocals); Bob McCracken (clarinet); Trummy Young (trombone); Marty Napoleon (piano); Cozy Cole (drums).Liner Note Author: Gosta Hagglot.Recording information: K.B. Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark (09/29/1952-10/02/1955); Konserthus, Stockholm, Sweden (09/29/1952-10/02/1955); Kungliga Tennishallen, Stockholm, Sweden (09/29/1952-10/02/1955).By the 1950s, Louis Armstrong had become a worldwide cultural icon, and he spent much of that decade touring the world. Satch played primary standards, show tunes, and early jazz favorites on these tours, as confirmed by the track list on IN SCANDINAVIA, VOL. 2, recorded in Stockholm and Copenhagen. Here Louis lets fly with his brash trumpet, his warm, gravelly vocals, and his jive-fled banter, delighting the audience with gems like "High Society" and "On the Sunny Side of the Street," among others.Editorial Reviews[The songs] have the excitement of his relationship with live audiences.JazzTimes