Louis Armstrong - Sings the Blues mp3 downloadPerformer: Louis Armstrong
Title: Sings the Blues
Style: Dixieland,Early Jazz,New Orleans Jazz,Traditional Pop,Vocal Jazz,Mainstream Jazz,Jazz Instrument,Trumpet Jazz
Date of recording: January 26, 1933 - June 10, 1947
Size MP3 version: 1582 mb
Size FLAC version: 1635 mb
Size WMA version: 1326 mb
Format: WAV WMA AUD DMF APE AA
Louis Armstrong - Sings the Blues mp3 download
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Опубликовано: 25 окт. 2008 г. Louis Armstrong sings My Melancholy Blues from Queen.
1954 Написал вторую автобиографическую книгу Satchmo. My Life in New Orleans.
1971 10 февраля 1971 г. в последний раз играл и пел в телешоу со своим старым партнером по сцене Бингом Кросби.
By: Louis Armstrong (1954, Jazz). More albums from Louis Armstrong: Classics: New Orleans To New York by Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong Plays W. C. Handy by Louis Armstrong. Jazz Classics by Louis Armstrong. Satchmo Serenades by Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong Plays The Blues by Louis Armstrong. Jam Session Mit Louis Armstrong by Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong’s Town Hall Concert by Louis Armstrong. At The Crescendo Vol. 1 by Louis Armstrong. View all albums . Sings The Blues. By: Louis Armstrong (1954, Jazz). 1. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues. 2. Basin Street Blues.
During 1924-26 (and to a lesser extent 1927-30), Louis Armstrong appeared as a sideman on a series of sessions by a variety of blues-oriented singers. All of these recordings are included on this attractive six-CD set issued by the English Affinity label (which also includes a lengthy booklet), Armstrong's cornet (and, by 1928, trumpet) is heard backing and occasionally taking solos on record dates led by singers Ma Rainey, Virginia Liston, Eva Taylor, Alberta Hunter, Margaret Johnson, Sippie Wallace, Maggie Jones, Clara Smith, Bessie Smith, Trixie. The Mail Train Blues. feat: Sippie Wallace.
Sings The Blues is a classic (1920s) jazz music album recording by LOUIS ARMSTRONG released in 1954 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 recorded January 26, 1933 A2 recorded January 27, 1933 A3 recorded April 26, 1933 A4, A6, and B6 recorded October 17, 1946 A5, B2, and B5 recorded June 10, 1947 B1, B3 recorded September 6, 1946 B4 recorded April 17, 1946. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Sings the Blues RCA 1993. The Best of Louis Armstrong: Sings and Plays the Blues Blues Forever 2004.
A1. Written-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler. A2. Written-By – Spencer Williams (2). A3. St. Louis Blues. Written-By – W. Handy. A4. The Blues Are Brewin'. Written-By – Eddy DeLange, Lou Alter.
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Louis Armstrong, Album. Louis Armstrong and the Blues Singers: 1924-1930. During 1924-26 (and to a lesser extent 1927-30), Louis Armstrong appeared as a sideman on a series of sessions by a variety of blues-oriented singers. All of these recordings are included on this attractive six-CD set issued by the English Affinity label (which also includes a lengthy booklet), Armstrong's cornet (and, by 1928, trumpet) is heard backing and occasionally taking solos on record dates led by singers Ma Rainey, Virginia Liston, Eva Taylor, Alberta Hunter, Margaret Johnson, Sippie Wallace, Maggie Jones, Clara Smith, Bessie.
|1||I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler||Louis Armstrong||3:00|
|2||Basin Street Blues Spencer Williams||Louis Armstrong||3:24|
|3||St. Louis Blues W.C. Handy||Louis Armstrong||2:39|
|4||The Blues Are Brewin' Louis Alter / Eddie DeLange||Louis Armstrong||2:54|
|5||Rockin' Chair Hoagy Carmichael||Louis Armstrong||3:05|
|6||Where the Blues Were Born in New Orleans Bob Carlton / Charlie Dixon||Louis Armstrong||3:05|
|7||Blues for Yesterday Lester Carr||Louis Armstrong||2:35|
|8||Jack Armstrong Blues Louis Armstrong / Jack Teagarden||Louis Armstrong||2:59|
|9||Blues in the South Ian Carr / William Johnstone||Louis Armstrong||3:03|
|10||Back O' Town Blues Louis Armstrong / Luis Russell||Louis Armstrong||3:15|
|11||Fifty-Fifty Blues Billy Moore Jr.||Louis Armstrong||2:57|
|12||Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? Louis Alter / Eddie DeLange||Louis Armstrong||2:58|
CreditsLouis Alter - Composer
Harold Arlen - Composer
Louis Armstrong - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Steve Backer - Executive Producer
Barney Bigard - Clarinet
Bob Carlton - Composer
Hoagy Carmichael - Composer, Vocals
Ian Carr - Composer
Lester Carr - Composer
Eddie DeLange - Composer
Vic Dickenson - Trombone
The Dixieland Seven - Featured Artist
Charlie Dixon - Composer
Leonard Feather - Piano
W.C. Handy - Composer
The Hot Six - Featured Artist
William Johnstone - Composer
Gene Kalbacher - Liner Notes
Ted Koehler - Composer
Jack Lewis - Producer
Joe Lopes - Engineer
Joe López - Engineer
Billy Moore Jr. - Composer
Jacqueline Murphy - Art Coordinator
Kid Ory - Trombone
Luis Russell - Composer
John Snyder - Reissue Producer
Jack Teagarden - Composer, Featured Artist, Guest Artist, Trombone, Vocals
Spencer Williams - Composer