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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Louis Armstrong; Johnny Dodds; Pete Fountain; Louis Armstrong Orchestra.; All Stars (Musical group : Louis Armstrong); Black Bottom Stompers.; Gordon Jenkins Orchestra.
|Notes:||All material previously released.
Compilation selected by Pete Fountain and Will Friedwald ; Liner notes written by Pete Fountain.
|Credits:||Original recordings produced by Bud Dant, Norman Granz, and others.|
|Performer(s):||Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals with Yank Lawson, trumpet ; Jack Teagarden, Trummy Young, trombone ; Barney Bigard, Johnny Dodds, Edmond Hall, Peanuts Hucko, clarinet ; Dick Cary, Earl Hines, Billy Kyle, piano ; George Barnes, guitar ; Squire Gersh, Arvell Shaw, bass ; Danny Barcelona, Sid Catlett, Cosy Cole, Barrett Deems, Baby Dodds, drums ; Bob Haggart, Gordon Jenkins, Sy Oliver, arranger, conductor.|
|Description:||1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 insert|
|Contents:||Back o' town blues (5:05), Recorded January 21, 1955 at the Crescendo Club, Los Angeles Basin Street blues (7:05), Recorded October 8, 1958 in Hollywood Canal Street blues (2:56), Recorded January 25, 1957 in New York City New Oleans function, Flee as a bird/Oh, didn't he rumble (6:43), Recorded April 27, 1950 in New York / Louis Armstrong and the All Stars Dear old Southland (4:11), Recorded December 12, 1967 in New York City High Society (3:58), Recorded December 12, 1956 in New York City Mahogany Hall stomp (2:52), Recored May 18, 1936 in New York City / Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra Muskrat rumble (6:14), Recorded November 30, 1930 at Symphony Hall, Boston / Louis Armstrong and his All Stars Panama (5:03), Recorded April 27, 1950 in New York City / Louis Armstrong and his All Stars That-a-plenty (3:00), Recorded January 30, 1951 in the Pasadena Civic Auditorium / Louis Armstrong and his All Stars Tin roof blues (3:16), Recorded January 30, 1955 in New York City / Louis Armstrong and his All Stars Way down yonder in New Orleans (5:42) Recorded January 30, 1951 in the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, California / Louis Armstrong and his All Stars Weary blues (2:48), Recorded April 22, 1927 in Chicago / Johnny Dodds's Black Bottom Stompers When it's sleepy time down south (3:14), Recorded November 28, 1951 in Hollywood / Gordon Jenkin's Orchestra, Louis Armstrong, vocals When the saints go marching in (traditional) (2:42), Recorded May 13, 1938 in New York City / Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra.|
|Other Titles:||Pete Fountain presents|