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Louis Armstrong & His Orch. - Satchmo Plays King Oliver


Tracklist


1St. James Infirmary (Gambler's Blues)4:56
2Frankie And Johnny4:00
3Old Kentucky Home4:31
4Chimes Blues
Written-By – Oliver
3:23
5I Want A Big Butter & Egg Man
Written-By – Venable
3:43
6Dr. Jazz
Written-By – Oliver, Melrose
2:38
7Panama4:05
8Jelly Roll Blues
Written-By – Morton
2:48
9Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight3:35
10I Ain't Got Nobody
Written-By – Graham, Williams
3:57
11Drop That Sack
Written-By – Armstrong, Holley
2:50
12I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of This Jelly Roll
Written-By – C. Williams, S. Williams
4:01

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AFSD 5930Louis Armstrong & His Orch. Satchmo Plays King Oliver ‎(LP, Album)Audio FidelityAFSD 5930US1960
AFLD 2132Louis Armstrong The Best Of Louis Armstrong ‎(LP, Comp)Audio FidelityAFLD 2132IsraelUnknown
OX 3282Louis Armstrong The Best Of Louis Armstrong ‎(LP, Comp)OxfordOX 3282Italy1983
AF-9012-GSLouis Armstrong The Best Of Louis Armstrong ‎(LP, Comp)Audio FidelityAF-9012-GSSpain1970
AFLP 1930Louis Armstrong & Sua Orquestra Satchmo Plays King Oliver ‎(LP, Album)Audio FidelityAFLP 1930BrazilUnknown

Credits


  • Arranged ByArmstrong (tracks: A1, A4, A6, B1), Frey (tracks: A1, A4, A6, B1)
  • BassMort Herbert
  • ClarinetPeanuts Hucko
  • DrumsDanny Barcelona
  • PianoBilly Kyle
  • TromboneTrummy Young
  • TrumpetLouis Armstrong

Notes


Recorded at Radio Recorders Studio in Hollywood, Calif. over three days at the end of September and the beginning of October, 1959.

Credit to Louis Armstrong on the sleeve, and Louis Armstrong & His Orch. on the vinyl label.

Includes a plastic "Audio Fidelity" inner sleeve.

Video


Info


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Louis Armstrong & His Orch. - Satchmo Plays King Oliver
Performer: Louis Armstrong & His Orch.
Genre: Jazz
Title: Satchmo Plays King Oliver
Country: Mexico
Released: 1960
Style: Ragtime, Swing
MP3 album: 1110 mb
FLAC album: 1857 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
№ Cat: AFLP 5930
Label: Audio Fidelity