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LOUIS ARMSTRONG: MILESTONES OF A JAZZ LEGEND (10 CDS)
LOUIS ARMSTRONG: MILESTONES OF A JAZZ LEGEND (10 CDS)

LOUIS ARMSTRONG: MILESTONES OF A JAZZ LEGEND (10 CDS)

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10 CD set featuring 19 classic albums by the iconic jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong, one of the true pioneers of jazz. The albums were recorded between 1950 and 1961 and includes many world-wide hits, such as "Blueberry Hill", "Body and Soul" and "Summertime", offering an informed overview of Armstrong's output from blues, through Dixieland to swing. The albums feature Armstrong alongside an array of jazz stars, including Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Herb Ellis and Ray Brown.

CD1
“SATCHMO SINGS” (1950) - LOUIS ARMSTRONG & HIS
ORCHESTRA
1. Someday You´ll Be Sorry (Armstrong)
2. Sincerely (Fuqua/Freed)
3. Your Cheatin´ Heart (Williams)
4. Ramona (Wayne/Gilbert)
5. I Laughed At Love (Davis/Silver)
6. I Wonder (Gant/Leveen)
7. Pledging My Love (Washington/Robey)
8. April in Portugal (Ferrao/Kennedy)
9. The Gipsy (Reid)
10. Kiss of Fire (Allen/Hill)
11. Takes Two to Tango (Hoffman/Manning)
12. If (Evans/Hargreaves/Damerell)
“SATCHMO SERENADES” (1952) – LOUIS ARMSTRONG
(ORCHESTRA DIRECTED BY SY OLIVER)
13. (When We Are Dancing) I Get Ideas (Sanders/Dorkas/Cochran)
14. A Kiss to Build a Dream on (Kalmar/Ruby/Hammerstein II)
15. Cold, Cold Heart (Williams)
16. Because Of You (Hammerstein/Wilkinson)
17. La Vie En Rose (David/Louiguy)
18. C´est Si Bon (It´s So Good) (Seelen/Hornez/Betti)
19. Maybe It´s Because (Scott/Ruby)
20. I´ll Keep the Lovelight Burning (Benjamin/Weiss)
#13; #14: Alto Saxophone George Dorsey, Milt Yaner - Bass Sandy Block -
Clarinet Al Klink, Freddy Williams, Milt Yaner Drums Bunny Shawker - Piano
Billy Kyle - Tenor Saxophone Al Klink, Freddy Williams - Trombone Cutty
Cutshall
#15; #16: Alto Saxophone Charlie Holmes, George Dorsey - Bass Frank
Goodlette - Drums Jack „The Bear“ Parker - Guitar Everett Barksdale - Piano
Don Abney - Tenor Saxophone Dave McRae, Harold Clark
#17; #18: Alto Saxophone Hymie Shertzer, Milt Yaner - Bass George Duvivier
- Drums Johnny Blowers - Guitar Everett Barksdale - Piano Earl Hines - Tenor
Saxophone Art Drelinger, Bill Holcomb -Trombone Morton Bullman - Trumpet
Bernie Privin, Paul Webster, Red Solomon
#19; #20: Alto Saxophone Artie Baker, George Dorsey - Bass Joe Benjamin -
Drums Wallace Bishop - Guitar Everett Barksdale - Piano Horace Henderson
- Tenor Saxophone Budd Johnson, Freddy Williams - Trombone Henderson
Chambers - Trumpet Buck Clayton, Ivor Lloyd


CD2
“JAZZIN´ WITH ARMSTRONG” (1953)
1. Struttin´ with Some Barbecue (Raye/Hardin) & HOT FIVE (1927)
2. Squeeze Me (Williams/Waller) & HOT FIVE (1928)
(Vocals: Earl Hines/Louis Armstrong/Mancy Cara)
3. Don´t Jive Me (Armstrong) & HOT FIVE (1928)
4. Basin Street Blues (Williams) & BALLROOM FIVE (1928)
5. That´s When I´ll Come Back To You (Biggs) & HOT SEVEN
(1927) (Vocals: Lilian Armstrong/Louis Armstrong)
6. Potato Head Blues (Armstrong) & HOT SEVEN (1927)
7. Melancholy Blues (Bloom/Melrose/Schoebel) &
HOT SEVEN (1927)
8. Tight Like This (Curl/Curl) & BALLROOM FIVE (1928)
Alto Saxophone Don Redman (#8) – Banjo John St. Cyr/Mancy Carr (#2 #3
#4 #8) - Clarinet Jimmy Strong/ Johnny Dodds (#2 #3 #4 #8) – Drums Baby
Dodds/Zutty Singleton (#2 #3 #4 # 8) - Piano Earl Hines/Lilian Armstrong (#2
#3 #4 #8) – Tenor Saxophone Jimmy Strong (#2 #3 #4 #8) - Trombone Fred
Robinson/Kid Ory (#2 #3 4 #8) – Tuba Peter Briggs
“LOUIS ARMSTRONG PLAYS W. C. HANDY”
(1954) & HIS ALL STARS
9. St. Louis Blues (Handy) Vocals: Velma Middleton &
Louis Armstrong
10. Yellow Dog Blues (Handy)
11. Loveless Love (Handy) Vocals: Velma Middleton &
Louis Armstrong
12. Aunt Hagar´s Blues (Brymn/Handy)
13. Long Gone (from “Bowling Green”) (Smith/Handy)
Vocals: Velma Middleton & Louis Armstrong
14. The Memphis Blues (Norton/Handy)
15. Beale Street Blues (Handy)
16. Ole Miss Blues (Handy)
17. Chantez-Les Bass (Sing ´Em Low) (Handy)
18. Hesitating Blues (Handy) Velma Middleton & Louis Armstrong
19. Atlanta Blues (Make Me One Pallet on Your Floor)
(Handy/Elman)
Clarinet Barney Bigard – Contra Bass Arvell Shaw – Drums Barrett Deems
– Trombone Trummy Young - Trumpet & Vocals Louis Armstrong – Vocals
Velma Middleton


CD3
“LOUIS ARMSTRONG SINGS THE BLUES” (1954)
& HIS ORCHESTRA
1. I Gotta Right To Sing the Blues (Koehler/Arlen) (1933)
2. Basin Street Blues (Williams) (1933)
3. St. Louis Blues (Handy) (1933)
4. The Blues Are Brewing (Alter/DeLange) 1946
5. Rockin´ Chair (Carmichael) (1947) & HIS ALL STARS &
JACK TEAGARDEN
6. Where the Blues Were Born in New Orleans (Dixon/Carleton)
(1946) & HIS DIXIELAND SEVEN
7. Blues for Yesterday (Carr) (1946) & HIS HOT SIX
8. Jack Armstrong Blues (Armstrong/Teagarden) (1947) &
HIS ALL STARS & JACK TEAGARDEN
9. Blues in the South (Carr/Johnstone) (1946) & HIS HOT SIX
10. Back O´Town Blues (Armstrong/Russell) (1946)
11. Fifty-Fifty Blues (Moore Jr.) (1947) & HIS ALL STARS
12. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
(Alter/DeLange) (1946) & HIS DIXIELAND SEVEN
Alto Saxophone George Oldham (#1 to #3) / Scoville Brown (#1 to #3) - Banjo
Mike McKendrick (#1 to #3) - Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet Ernie Caceres
(#A5 #8 #11) - Bass Al Hall (#5 #8 #11) / Arvell Shaw
(#4 #10) / Bill Oldham (#1 #2) - Red Callender
(#6 #7 #9 #12) - Clarinet Barney Bigard (#6 #7 #9 #12)
- Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone Peanuts Hucko
(#5 #8 #11) - Drums George Ballard (#10) / Cozy Cole

(#5 #8 #11) / Edmund McConney (#4) / Minor Hall (#6 #12) - Yank Porter (#1 to
#3)/ Zutty Singleton (#7 #9) - Guitar Al Casey (#5 #8 #11) / Allan Reuss (#7 #9)
/ Elmer Warner (#4 #10) - Piano Charlie Beal (#3 #6 #12) / Earl Mason (#4) / Ed
Swanston (#10) /Johnny Guarnieri (#5 #8 #11) / Leonard Feather (#7 #9) / Teddy
Wilson (#1 #2) - Saxophone Amos Gordon (#4 #10) / Don Hill (#4 #10) Ernest
Thompson (#4 #10) Joe Garland (#4 #10) - John Sparrow (#4 #10) - Tenor
Saxophone Bud Johnson (#1 to #3) - Trombone Russell Moore (#4 #10) - Adam
Martin (#10) Al Cobbs (#10) / James Whitney (#4) / Keg Johnson (#1 to #3) / Kid
Ory (#6 #12) / Nathaniel Allen (#4) / Norman Powe (#10) / Vic Dickenson (#7 #9) /
Waddet Williams (#4) Trombone, Vocals Jack Teagarden (#5 #8 #11) - Trumpet
Andrew Ford (#4 #10) / Bobby Hackett (#5 #8 #8) / Ed Mullens (#4 #10) / Elmer
Whitlock (#1 to #3) / Louis Gray (#4) / Ludwig Jordan (#10) / Robert Butler (#4) /
Bill Scott (#6 #10 #12) - Zilmer Randolph (#1 to #3) - Tuba Bob Ysaguire (#3) -
Trumpet, Vocals Louis Armstrong
“ELLA FITZGERALD & LOUIS ARMSTRONG” (1956)
13. A Foggy Day (Gershwin/Gershwin)
14. Stars Fell On Alabama (Parish/Perkins)
15. Cheek To Cheek (Berlin)
16. The Nearness of You (Carmichael/Washington)
17. April in Paris (Harburg/Duke)
18. Can´t We Be Friends (Swift/James)
19. Isn´t This a Lovely Day (Berlin)
20. Moonlight in Vermont (Suessdorf/Blackburn)
21. They Can´t Take That Away from Me (Gershwin/Gershwin)
Listen CD 6/ # 25
22. Under a Blanket of Blue (Neiburg/Symes/Livingston)
Listen CD 7/ # 21
23. Tenderly (Gross/Lawrence) Listen CD 8/ # 19
Piano Oscar Peterson – Guitar Herb Ellis – Bass Ray Brown – Drums Buddy Rich


CD4
“SATCHMO THE GREAT” (1957)
1. Introduction (Murrow)
2. When It´s Sleepy Time Down South (Rene/Rene/Muse)
Bass Arvell Shaw
3. (Back Home Again In) Indiana (Mac Donald/Hanley)
4. PARIS INTERVIEW (by Edward R. Murrow)
5. Flee As a Bird to the Mountain/Oh Didn´t He Ramble
(Dana/Root – Handy/Cole/Johnson)
6. Mack the Knife (Weill/Brecht/Blitzstein) Bass Arvell Shaw
7. Mahogany Hall Stomp (Williams)
8. All for You, Louis (Sly Mongoose) (Belasco)
9. (What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue (Razaf/Waller/Brooks)
10. St. Louis Blues (Concerto Grosso) (Handy)
& Lewisohn Stadium Symphony Orchestra – Conductor: Leonard Bernstein
Bass Dale Jones (#3 # 5 #7 #9 #10) – Clarinet Edmond Hall (#2 #3 #5 #6 #7 #8
#9 #10 - Drums Barrett Deems (#2 #3# 5# #6 #7 #8 #9 #10) – Piano Billy Kyle
(#2 #3 #5 #6 #7# #8 #9 #10) - Trombone Trummy Young (#2 # 3# 5# #6 #7 #8 #9
#10) - Trumpet & Vocals Louis Armstrong (#2 # 3# 5# #6 #7 #8 #9 #10)
ELLA FITZGERALD & LOUIS ARMSTRONG
“PORGY & BESS” (1957)
11. Summertime (Gershwin/Heyward/Gershwin)
12. I Got Plenty O´ Nuttin´ (Gershwin/Heyward/Gershwin)
13. Bess, You Is My Woman Now (Gershwin/Heyward/Gershwin)
14. It Ain´t Nessecarily So (Gershwin/Heyward/Gershwin)
15. There´s a Boat Dat´s Leavin´ Soon For New York
(Gershwin/Heyward/Gershwin)
16. Bess, Oh Where´s My Bess (Gershwin/Heyward/Gershwin)
17. Oh Lawd, I´m on My Way (Gershwin/Heyward/Gershwin)
18. My Man´s Gone Now (Gershwin/Heyward/Gershwin)
ELLA FITZGERALD & LOUIS ARMSTRONG & Russell Garcia and His Orchestra


CD5
“ELLA & LOUIS AGAIN” (1957) Double Album
1. Don´t Be That Way (Goodman/Sampson/Parish)
2. Makin´ Whoopee (Donaldson/Kahn)
3. They All Laughed (Gershwin/Gershwin)
4. Comes Love (Brown/Stept/Tobias)
5. Autumn in New York (Duke)
6. Let´s Do It (Let´s Fall in Love) (Porter)
7. Stompin´ at the Savoy (Sampson/Webb/Razaf/Goodman)
8. I Won´t Dance (Kern/McHugh/Hammerstein/Harbach/Fields)
9. Gee Baby Ain´t I Good to You (Redman/Razaf)
10. Let´s Call the Whole Thing off (Gershwin/Gershwin)
11. These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)
(Strachey/Marvell/Link/Maschwitz)
12. I´ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm (Berlin)
13. Willow Weep for Me (Ronell)
14. I´m Puttin´ All My Eggs in One Basket (Berlin)
15. A Fine Romance (Kern/Fields)
16. Ill Wind (Arlen/Koehler)
17. Love Is Here to Stay (Gershwin/Gershwin)
18. I Get a Kick Out of You (Porter) Listen CD 8/ #20
19. Learnin´ the Blues (Silvers) Listen CD 8/ # 21
Bass Ray Brown – Drums Louie Bellson – Guitar Herb Ellis – Piano Oscar
Peterson – Trumpet Louis Armstrong


CD6
“LOUIS AND THE ANGELS” (1957)
1. And the Angels Sing (Elman/Mercer)
2. Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread) (Redman/Lane)
3. I‘ll String Along With You (Dubin/Warren)
4. Angel (DeRose/Parish)
5. The Prisoner‘s Song (Massey)
6. Good Night Angel (Magidson/Wrubel)
7. When Did You Leave Heaven (Bullock/Whiting)
8. You‘re A Heavenly Thing (Little /Young)
9. I Married an Angel (Hart/Rodgers)
10. A Sinner Kissed an Angel (David/Jones/Joseph)
11. Angela Mia (Pollack/Rapee)
12. Angel Child (Davis/Hopkins/Price)
Chorus and Orchestra Directed By – Sy Oliver

“SWING LOW SWEET SATCHMO” (1958)
13. Down by the Riverside (Traditional)
14. Go down Moses (Traditional)
15. Swing Low Sweet Chariot (Traditional)
16. Rock My Soul (Huey)
17. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child (Traditional)
18. On My Way (Chapman-Rey)
19. Didn´t It Rain (Traditional)
20. Nobody Knows the Trouble I´ve Seen (Traditional)
21. Ezekiel Saw De Wheel (Traditional)
22. Shadrack (Gimsey)
23. Jonah and the Whale (Gimsey)
24. This Train (Tharpe)
Bass Mort Herbert – Clarinet Dave McRae (# 7 #10 #12) - Edmond Hall (#1
#2 #4 #6 #11) - Hank D‘Amico (#3 #5 #8 #9) - Drums Barrett Deems – Guitar
Everett Barksdale (#2 to #6 #8 #9 #11) - George Barnes (#1 #7 #10 #12) -
Organ Nickie Tagg – Piano Billy Kyle – Trombone Trummy Young – Trumpet &
Vocals Louis Armstrong - Choir (Ten Voices) The Sy Oliver Choir
25. They Can´t Take That Away from Me (Gershwin/Gershwin)
Details see CD 3/ #21


CD7
“UNDER THE STARS” (1958)
1. Top Hat White Tie and Tails (Berlin)
2. Have You Met Miss Jones (Rodgers/Hart)
3. I Only Have Eyes for You (Warren/Dubin)
4. Stormy Weather (Arlen/Koehler)
5. Home (Van Steeden/Clarkson/Clarkson)
6. East of the Sun (And West of the Moon) (Browman)
7. You´re Blase (Hamilton/Civier)
8. Body and Soul (Green/Hayman/Sour/Eyton)
Trumpet & Vocals Louis Armstrong & Russell Garcia and His Orchestra
“SATCHMO IN STYLE” & GORDON JENKINS &
HIS CHORUS & ORCHESTRA (1958)
9. Blueberry Hill (Lewis/Stock/Rose) Trumpet: Billy Butterfield
10. It´s All in the Game (Sigman/Dawes)
11. Jeannine (I Dream of Better Times) (Shilkret/Gilbert)
12. Chlo-e (Song of the Swamp) (Kahn/Moret)
13. Indian Love Call (HammerstewinII/Harbach/Friml)
Piano: Charles La Vere
14. Listen to the Mocking Bird (Traditional) Flute: Romeo Penque
15. That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day)
(Smith/Gillespie)
16. The Whiffenpoof Song (Baa Baa Baa) – (The Boppenpoof
Song) (Pomeroy/Minnigerode/Vallee/Galloway)
17. Trees (Kilmer/Rasbach)
18. Bye and Bye (Jenkins/Armstrong)
19. Spooks (Karr/Dubey)
20. When It´s Sleepy Time Down South (Muse/Rene/Rene)
21. Under a Blanket of Blue (Neiburg/Symes/Livingston)
Details see CD 3/ # 22


CD8
“THE FIVE PENNIES” (1959) LOUIS ARMSTRONG & DANNY KAYE
1. Main Title (Fine)
2. The Five Pennies (Fine)
3. After You´ve Gone (Creamer/Layton)
4. Bill Bailey Won´t You Please Come Home (Cannon)
5. Indiana Radio Montage (Fine)
6. Back Home Again In Indiana (MacDonald/Hanley)
7. Goodnight, Sleep Tight (Fine)
8. Lullaby in Ragtime (Fine)
9. Battle Hymn of the Republic (Traditional)
10. The Five Pennies Saints (Fine)
11. College Montage: Washington and Lee Swing
(Robbins/Sheafe/Allen)
Runnin´ Wild (Gibbs/Grey/Wool)/Follow the Leader (Fine)
12. Goodnight, Sleep Tight Medley (Fine)
13. Just the Blues (Stevens/Fine)
14. Carnival of Venice (Fine)
15. The Music Goes ´Round and ´Round (Farley/Riley/Hodgson)
16. Wails of the Wind (Warren)
17. Jingle Bells (Traditional)
18. The Five Pennies Finale & Battle Hymn of the Republic Finale
(Fine)
Le Bob Freedman Orchestre, featuring Danny
Kaye & Louis Armstrong
19. Tenderly (Gross/Lawrence) Details see CD 3/ # 23
20. I Get a Kick Out of You (Porter) Details see CD 5/ # 18
21. Learnin´ the Blues (Silvers) Details see CD 5/ # 8
22. I Ain‘t Gonna Give Nobody None of This Jelly Roll
(Williams/Williams) Details see CD 9/ # 20
23. Drop That Sack (Armstrong/Holley) Details see CD 9/ # 21
24. Jelly Roll Blues (Morton) Details see CD / # 22
25. Old Kentucky Home (Traditional) Details see CD 9/ # 23
26. Chimes Blues (Oliver) Details see CD 9/ # 24
27. Limehouse Blues (Furber/Braham) Details see CD 10/ # 1

CD9
“LOUIS ARMSTRONG MEETS OSCAR PETERSON” (1959)
1. That Old Feeling (Brown/Fain)
2. Let´s Fall In Love (Arlen/Koehler)
3. I´ll Never Be the Same (Malneck/Signorelli/Kahn)
4. Blues in the Night (Arlen/Mercer)
5. How Long Has This Been Going On (Gershwin/Gershwin)
6. I Was Doing All Right (Gershwin/Gershwin)
7. What´s New (Haggart/Burke)
8. Moon Song (Johnston/Coslow)
9. Just One of Those Things (Porter)
10. There´s No You (Durgom/Adair/Hopper)
11. You Go To My Head (Coots/Gillespie)
12. Sweet Lorraine (Burwell/Parish)
Bass Ray Brown - Drums Louis Bellson - Guitar Herb Ellis - Piano Oscar
Peterson - Vocals, Trumpet Louis Armstrong


SATCHMO PLAYS KING OLIVER” (1960)
13. St. James Infirmary (Gambler‘s Blues) (Traditional)
14. I Want a Big Butter & Egg Man (Venable)
15. I Ain‘t Got Nobody (Graham/Williams)
16. Panama (Traditional)
17. Doctor Jazz (Oliver/Melrose)
18. Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight (Traditional)
19. Frankie and Johnny (Traditional)
20. I Ain‘t Gonna Give Nobody None of This Jelly Roll
(Williams/Williams) Listen CD 8/ # 22
21. Drop That Sack (Armstrong/Holley) Listen CD 8/ # 23
22. Jelly Roll Blues (Morton) Listen CD 8/ # 24
23. Old Kentucky Home (Traditional) Listen CD 8/ # 25
24. Chimes Blues (Oliver) Listen CD 8/ # 26
Bass Mort Herbert - Clarinet Peanuts Hucko - Drums Danny Barcelona - Piano Billy Kyle - Trombone Trummy Young - Trumpet Louis Armstrong


CD10
“LOUIS ARMSTRONG & THE DUKES OF DIXIELAND” (1960)
1. Bourbon Street Parade (Barbarin)
2. South (Moten/Hayes/Charles)
3. Washington and Lee Swing (Allen/Sheafe/Robbins)
4. Avalon (Hoppe/Jolson/DeSylva)
5. New Orleans (Carmichael)
6. That´s a Plenty (Pollack/Gilbert)
7. Just a Closer Walk with Thee (Traditional)
8. Dixie (Traditional)
9. Sheik of Araby (Snyder/Wheeler/Smith)
10. Wolverine Blues (Morton/Spikes/Spikes)
11. Sweet Georgia Brown (Casey/Bernie/Pinkard)
12. Limehouse Blues (Furber/Braham) Listen CD 8/ # 27
Trumpet Frank Assunto – Trombone Freddie Assunto – Banjo Jac Assunto
– Clarinet Jerry Fuller - Piano Stan Mendelson – Tuba & Bass Lowell Miller –
Drums Norman Hawley – Trumpet & Vocals Louis Armstrong
“LOUIS ARMSTRONG & DUKE ELLINGTON – RECORDING TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME” (1961)
13. Duke´s Place (Katz/Thiele/Ellington/Roberts)
14. I´m Just a Lucky So and So (Ellington/David)
15. Cotton Tail (Ellington)
16. Mood Indigo (Bigard/Ellington/Mills)
17. Do Nothin‘ till You Hear From Me (Russell/Ellington)
18. The Beautiful American (Ellington)
19. The Mooche (Ellington/Mills)
20. Drop Me Off In Harlem (Ellington/Kenny)
21. Black and Tan Fantasy (Miley/Ellington)
22. In a Mellowtone (Ellington)
Bass Mort Herbert - Clarinet Barney Bigard - Drums Danny Barcelona -
Piano Duke Ellington - Trombone Trummy Young - Trumpet & Vocals Louis
Armstrong