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Louis Live: Symphony Hall, Boston 1947 Vol. 2 (Original Live Recordings plus Bonus Tracks)

Louis Armstrong & his All Stars

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Louis Armstrong's All-Stars were the perfect postwar traditional jazz band, with Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, and Barney Bigard backed by Dick Cary, Arvell Shaw, and Sidney Catlett. Here on one disc are nearly all of the recordings made at Boston's Symphony Hall on November 30, 1947. The first four selections from this concert were issued on the previous volume of the complete recorded works of Louis Armstrong on the Classics Chronological Series. The Symphony Hall transcriptions were among the first extended Armstrong records to be made available to the public. Although eight of these titles were once issued in two parts, they are seamlessly presented here as uninterrupted jams. The most expanded track, clocking in at just over seven minutes, is "Steak Face," containing what is probably the longest drum solo ever recorded by Sid Catlett. The title comes from Armstrong's nickname for Catlett. In addition, Arvell Shaw was given room for an extended bass solo on "How High the Moon." The stylistic range represented here is enormously satisfying, encompassing old favorites like "High Society" and "Mahogany Hall Stomp" as well as progressive ideas from Duke Ellington ("C-Jam Blues") and Coleman Hawkins ("Boff Boff," also known as "Mop! Mop!"). There are marvelous vocals by Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong, and Velma Middleton, who spools out a magnificent rendition of Buddy Johnson's "Since I Fell for You." ~ arwulf arwulf

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Mahogany Hall Stomp
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Spencer Williams, Composer, Writer

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On The Sunny Side Of The Street
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Jimmy McHugh, Composer - Dorothy Fields, Writer

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High Society
00:03:31

Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Cole Porter, Composer, Writer

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Baby, Wont'You Please Come Home
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Charles Warfield, Composer, Writer - Clarence Williams, Composer, Writer

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C-Jam Blues
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Duke Ellington, Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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Boff Boff
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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I Cried for You
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Gus Arnheim, Composer, Writer - Abe Lyman, Composer, Writer - Arthur Freed, Composer, Writer

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That's My Desire
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Hlemy Kressa, Composer - Carroll Lovedays, Writer

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How High the Moon
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Morgan Lewis, Composer - Nancy Hamilton, Writer

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Muskrat Ramble
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Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Kid Ory, Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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Chinatown, My Chinatown
00:04:14

Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Jean Schwartz, Composer - William Jerome, Writer

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Louis Armstrong's All-Stars were the perfect postwar traditional jazz band, with Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, and Barney Bigard backed by Dick Cary, Arvell Shaw, and Sidney Catlett. Here on one disc are nearly all of the recordings made at Boston's Symphony Hall on November 30, 1947. The first four selections from this concert were issued on the previous volume of the complete recorded works of Louis Armstrong on the Classics Chronological Series. The Symphony Hall transcriptions were among the first extended Armstrong records to be made available to the public. Although eight of these titles were once issued in two parts, they are seamlessly presented here as uninterrupted jams. The most expanded track, clocking in at just over seven minutes, is "Steak Face," containing what is probably the longest drum solo ever recorded by Sid Catlett. The title comes from Armstrong's nickname for Catlett. In addition, Arvell Shaw was given room for an extended bass solo on "How High the Moon." The stylistic range represented here is enormously satisfying, encompassing old favorites like "High Society" and "Mahogany Hall Stomp" as well as progressive ideas from Duke Ellington ("C-Jam Blues") and Coleman Hawkins ("Boff Boff," also known as "Mop! Mop!"). There are marvelous vocals by Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong, and Velma Middleton, who spools out a magnificent rendition of Buddy Johnson's "Since I Fell for You." ~ arwulf arwulf

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