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Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard, Earl Hines, Arvell Shaw, Sidney Catlett, Velma Middleton - Louis And The All - Stars 1948


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Milestones of a Jazz Legend: Louis Armstrong, Vol. 3 - Louis Armstrong, Trummy Young, Velma Middleton, Barney Bigard, Edmond Hall, Jack Teagarden. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Personnel: Louis Armstrong, trumpet Earl Fatha Hines, Piano Jack Teagarden, trombone Barney Bigard, clarinet Arvell Shaw, bass Big Sid Catlett, drums Velma Middleton, vocals. Read more. 0 out of 5 stars Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars. Reviewed in the United States on December 16, 2005. Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase. charm to this, and we get a dash of banter between. Armstrong and the announcer, not to mention a nod to. the other musicians who play with Armstrong, but. some' may find its repetiveness a bit distracting, though. to be fair, the chatting is quite brief. 18:46 excerpt, 19501226, L. THE STRIP- Louis Armstrong t,v Jack Teagarden tb,v Barney Bigard cl, Earl Hines p Arvell Shaw b Cozy Cole d Buddy Cole, Red Norvo, Eddie Beal2nd p Eddie Beal & Earl Hines ghosted p for actor William Demarest Cozy Cole ghosted Satchel Full of Satch: 3 Exceptional Rare Sessions by Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong. Although the skimpy liner notes don't state where this show was recorded, the All-Stars lineup listed - Earl Hines, Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard, Big Sid Catlett, and Arvell Shaw - only played together from February 1948 to May 1949. It's likely that this disc is a radio transcription from a series of shows Armstrong and the All-Stars played at Ciro's in Philadelphia June 2-12, 1948. Actually, the last track, the first studio recording of this band's unofficial theme song Jack Armstrong Blues, is from June 10, 1947, and features Jack Cary on piano. Arvell Shaw September 15, 1923, St. Louis, Missouri December 5, 2002, Roosevelt, New York was an American jazz double-bassist, best known for his work with Louis Armstrong. Shaw learned to play tuba in high school, but switched to bass soon after. In 1942 he worked with Fate Marable on riverboats traveling on the Mississippi River, then served in the Navy from 1942 to 1945. After his discharge he played with Armstrong in his last big band, from 1945 to 1947. Shaw and Sid Catlett then joined the. Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong With Bob Haggart's Orchestra January 18, 1946: New York, NY. With the war and the recording ban over, Armstrong returns to the studio in earnest with the first of several memorable pairings with the incomparable Ella. You Won't Be Satisfied James Stock. It didn't take long to nudge the newly formed All Stars into the studio for their first recording session. The four sides they produced become signature tunes for the group, though this rushed rendition of ROCKIN' CHAIR falls severely short of any of their live versions. Jack-armstrong Blues Teagarden, Jack Armstrong, Louis. Victor 20-2348. Louis Armstrong, tp & v Barney Bigard, v Dick Carey, p Arvell Shaw b: Sid Catlett, d Velma Middleton, v. On the Sunny Side of the Street. Louis Armstrong. Fields, McHugh. Proper P1196. Louis Armstrong, tp & v Barney Bigard, v Velma Middleton, v Dick Carey, p Arvell Shaw b: Sid Catlett, d Velma Middleton, v. W H Tyers. Storyville 108 0609. Louis Armstrong, tp & v Trummy Young, tb Barney Bigard, cl Billy Kyle, p Arvell Shaw b: Barrett Deems, d Velma Middleton, v. Ole Miss

Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard, Earl Hines, Arvell Shaw, Sidney Catlett, Velma Middleton - Louis And The All - Stars 1948
Performer: Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard, Earl Hines, Arvell Shaw, Sidney Catlett, Velma Middleton
Genre: Other
Title: Louis And The All - Stars 1948
Country: Italy
MP3 album: 1712 mb
FLAC album: 1787 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP