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|Named Person:||Louis Armstrong; Louis Armstrong|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Jazz; Motion picture music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Louis Armstrong; Edward R Murrow; Leonard Bernstein; Trummy Young; Edmond Hall; Billy Kyle; Arvell Shaw; Barrett Deems; Dale Jones; Alfredo Antonini; Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York,
|Notes:||Program notes about the recorded tracks and the originating motion picture by Nat Hentoff, with personnel listings, on container.|
|Credits:||Produced by Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly.
George Avakian, engineering director on "St. Louis Blues."
|Performer(s):||Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals, narrative.
Edward R. Murrow, narrator, interviewer.
Leonard Bernstein conducting the Lewisohn Stadium Symphony Orchestra on "St. Louis Blues."
Trummy Young, trombone.
Edmond Hall, clarinet.
Billy Kyle, piano.
Arvell Shaw, bass.
Barrett Deems, drums.
Dale Jones, bass.
Unidentified African Musicians on "All for You, Louis."
Alfredo Antonini, arranger of "St. Louis Blues."
1955-1956 during performances in
Europe, Africa, and the United States, except for Armstrong's unaccompanied playing which was made especially for the sound track of the motion picture.
|Description:||1 audio disc ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Side 1. When it's sleepy time down South / L. René-O. René-Muse --
Indiana / B. Macdonald-Hanley --
Paris interview --
Flee as a bird to the mountain-Oh, didn't he ramble / W.C. Handy --
A theme from the Threepenny opera (Mack the knife) / Blitzstein-Brecht-Weill --
Side 2. Mahogany Hall stomp / S. Williams --
All for you, Louis (Sly Mongoose) / Belasco --
(What did I do to be so) Black and blue / Razaf-Waller-H. Brooks --
St. Louis blues / W.C. Handy.
|Other Titles:||When it's sleepy time down South.
Flee as a bird.
Oh, didn't he ramble.
A theme from the Threepenny opera (Mack the knife)
Mahogany Hall stomp.
All for you, Louis (Sly Mongoose)
(What did I do to be so) Black and blue.
St. Louis blues.
|Responsibility:||Louis Armstrong and [narrations by] Edward R. Murrow.|