Qobuz Store wallpaper
Catégories :
Panier 0

Votre panier est vide

Louis Armstrong - The Best of the Complete RCA Victor Recordings

Mes favoris

Cet élément a bien été ajouté / retiré de vos favoris.

The Best of the Complete RCA Victor Recordings

Louis Armstrong

Disponible en
16-Bit CD Quality 44.1 kHz - Stereo

Musique illimitée

Écoutez cet album en haute-qualité dès maintenant dans nos applications

Démarrer ma période d'essai et lancer l'écoute de cet album

Profitez de cet album sur les apps Qobuz grâce à votre abonnement

Souscrire

Profitez de cet album sur les apps Qobuz grâce à votre abonnement

Téléchargement non disponible

Langue disponible : anglais

This 16-track collection distills a four-disc set down to one, spotlighting this generally unsung period of Armstrong's career. This period, basically 1932-1947, finds him moving from fronting a big band to forming the first versions of the smaller All-Star groups that would carry him the rest of his career. If the bands are a bit stodgy and not up to his standards of brilliance on these sides, you certainly can't fault Armstrong's performances; he's simply at the peak of his powers, blowing with an invention that didn't surface in later years. As a singer, his vocals are effusive and full of spark. Although not as well known as his early and later material, these RCA sides capture some important Armstrong, and here's a nice distillation of a peak period.
© Cub Koda /TiVo

Plus d'informations

The Best of the Complete RCA Victor Recordings

Louis Armstrong

launch qobuz app J'ai déjà téléchargé Qobuz pour Mac OS Ouvrir

download qobuz app Je n'ai pas encore téléchargé Qobuz pour Mac OS Télécharger l'app

Copier le lien pour partager la page

Vous êtes actuellement en train d’écouter des extraits.

Écoutez plus de 50 millions de titres avec votre abonnement illimité.

Écoutez cet album et plus de 50 millions de titres avec votre abonnement illimité.

1
That's My Home 1996 Remastered - Take 2
00:03:12

Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Louis Bacon, Trumpet - Elmer James, Tube - Elmer James, Bass - Edgar Sampson, Alto Saxophone - Edgar Sampson, Violin - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Charlie Green, Trombone - Otis Rene, Composer - Louis Hunt, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Don Kirkpatrick, Piano - John Truehart, Guitar - Pete Clark, Clarinet - Pete Clark, Alto Saxophone - Ben Ellison, Lyricist - Leon Rene, Composer - Chick Webb, Drums - Elmer Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Billy Hicks, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1932. All rights reserved by BMG Music

2
Medley Of Armstrong Hits - Part I Remastered - 1996
00:04:25

Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Louis Jordan, Alto Saxophone - Elmer Schoebel, Composer - Ellsworth Blake, Tenor Saxophone - Gus Kahn, Lyricist - Clarence Muse, Lyricist - Ernie Erdman, Composer - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Arthur Davey, Alto Saxophone - Otis Rene, Composer - Unknown, Trombone - Unknown, Banjo - Unknown, Guitar - Unknown, Trumpet - Charlie Gaines, Trumpet - Wesley Robinson, Piano - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Billy Meyers, Lyricist - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Sam Theard, Composer - Sam Theard, Lyricist - Benny Hill, Drums - Ed Hayes, Tube - Leon Rene, Composer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

3
I've Got the World on a String Remastered - 1996
00:03:15

Scoville Browne, Alto Saxophone - Scoville Browne, Clarinet - Elmer Whitlock, Trumpet - Ted Koehler, Lyricist - George Oldham, Alto Saxophone - George Oldham, Clarinet - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Zilner Randolph, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Mike McKendrick, Banjo - Mike McKendrick, Dobro - Budd Johnson, Tenor Saxophone - Budd Johnson, Clarinet - Bill Oldham, Bass - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Yank Porter, Drums - Keg Johnson, Trombone - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Harold Arlen, Composer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer

Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Entertainment

4
I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues Remastered - 1996
00:03:01

Scoville Browne, Clarinet - Scoville Browne, Alto Saxophone - Elmer Whitlock, Trumpet - Ted Koehler, Lyricist - George Oldham, Clarinet - George Oldham, Alto Saxophone - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Zilner Randolph, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Mike McKendrick, Banjo - Mike McKendrick, Performer - Albert Johnson, Clarinet - Albert Johnson, Tenor Saxophone - Bill Oldham, Bass - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Yank Porter, Drums - Keg Johnson, Trombone - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Harold Arlen, Composer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer

Originally Recorded 1933. All rights reserved by BMG Music

5
High Society Remastered - 1996
00:03:24

Carl Russell, Arranger - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Zilner Randolph, Trumpet - Elmer Whitlock, Trumpet - Mike McKendrick, Banjo - Mike McKendrick, Performer - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - A.J. Piron, Composer - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Clarence Williams, Composer - Yank Porter, Drums - Scoville Browne, Clarinet - Scoville Browne, Alto Saxophone - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Speaker - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Bill Oldham, Bass - George Oldham, Clarinet - George Oldham, Alto Saxophone - Albert Johnson, Clarinet - Albert Johnson, Tenor Saxophone - Keg Johnson, Trombone

Originally Recorded 1933. All rights reserved by BMG Music

6
Basin Street Blues 1996 Remastered
00:03:25

Scoville Browne, Clarinet - Scoville Browne, Alto Saxophone - Elmer Whitlock, Trumpet - George Oldham, Clarinet - George Oldham, Alto Saxophone - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Zilner Randolph, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Mike McKendrick, Banjo - Mike McKendrick, Performer - Albert Johnson, Clarinet - Albert Johnson, Tenor Saxophone - Bill Oldham, Bass - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Yank Porter, Drums - Keg Johnson, Trombone - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Spencer Williams, Lyricist - Spencer Williams, Composer - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer

Originally Recorded 1933. All rights reserved by BMG Music

7
Mahogany Hall Stomp Remastered - 1996
00:02:35

Scoville Browne, Clarinet - Scoville Browne, Alto Saxophone - Elmer Whitlock, Trumpet - George Oldham, Clarinet - George Oldham, Alto Saxophone - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Zilner Randolph, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Mike McKendrick, Banjo - Mike McKendrick, Performer - Albert Johnson, Clarinet - Albert Johnson, Tenor Saxophone - Bill Oldham, Bass - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Yank Porter, Drums - Keg Johnson, Trombone - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Spencer Williams, Composer - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

8
St. Louis Blues 1996 Remastered
00:02:41

Harry Dial, Drums - Scoville Browne, Clarinet - Scoville Browne, Alto Saxophone - Elmer Whitlock, Trumpet - George Oldham, Clarinet - George Oldham, Alto Saxophone - Zilner Randolph, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Charlie Beal, Piano - Mike McKendrick, Banjo - Mike McKendrick, Performer - Albert Johnson, Clarinet - Albert Johnson, Tenor Saxophone - Bill Oldham, Bass - Bill Oldham, Tube - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - William Christopher Handy, Composer - Keg Johnson, Trombone - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer

Originally Recorded 1933. All rights reserved by BMG Music

9
Blue Yodel No. 9 1996 Remastered
00:02:38

Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Lillian Armstrong, Piano - Jimmie Rodgers, Composer - Jimmie Rodgers, Lyricist - Jimmie Rodgers, Vocal - Jimmie Rodgers, Guitar - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer

Originally Recorded 1930. All rights reserved by BMG Music

10
Long, Long Journey 1996 Remastered
00:04:30

Sonny Greer, Drums - Chubby Jackson, Bass - Leonard Feather, Producer - Leonard Feather, Composer - Leonard Feather, Lyricist - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Don Byas, Tenor Saxophone - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Billy Strayhorn, Piano - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Duke Ellington, Piano - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Esquire All-American 1946 Award Winners, Performer - Remo Palmieri, Guitar - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet

Originally Recorded 1946. All rights reserved by BMG Music

11
Back O' Town Blues Remastered 1996
00:03:15

Elmer Warner, Guitar - Adam Martin, Trombone - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - John Sparrow, Tenor Saxophone - Arvell Shaw, Bass - Butch Ballard, Drums - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Ludwig Jordan, Trumpet - William Scott, Trumpet - Ernest Thompson, Baritone Saxophone - Fats Ford, Trumpet - Amos Gordon, Alto Saxophone - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Composer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Al Cobbs, Trombone - Norman Powe, Trombone - Ed Swanston, Piano - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Joe Garland, Tenor Saxophone - Don Hill, Alto Saxophone - Ed Mullens, Trumpet - Luis Russell, Lyricist - Russell Moore, Trombone

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

12
Sugar
00:03:24

Allan Reuss, Guitar - Red Callender, Bass - Maceo Pinkard, Composer - Leonard Feather, Producer - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven, Performer - Charlie Beal, Piano - Zutty Singleton, Drums - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Vic Dickenson, Trombone - Sidney Mitchell, Lyricist - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Edna Alexander, Lyricist - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barney Bigard, Clarinet

Originally recorded 1946. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

13
Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? Remastered 1996
00:02:59

Red Callender, Bass - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Charlie Beal, Piano - Arthur "Bud" Scott, Guitar - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Eddie DeLange, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong & His Dixieland Seven, Performer - Louis Alter, Composer - Minor Hall, Drums - Edward "Kid" Ory, Trombone - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barney Bigard, Clarinet

Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG

14
Ain't Misbehavin' 1996 Remastered
00:03:55

Jack Teagarden, Trombone - Thomas "Fats" Waller, Composer - Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Sid Catlett, Drums - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Clarinet - Bob Haggart, Bass - Bobby Hackett, Cornet - Harry Brooks, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Dick Carey, Piano - Andy Razaf, Lyricist - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer

Originally released 1947. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

15
Rockin' Chair Remastered - 1996
00:05:14

Jack Teagarden, Trombone - Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, Performer - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Sid Catlett, Drums - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Clarinet - Bob Haggart, Bass - Bobby Hackett, Cornet - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Dick Carey, Piano - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer - Hoagy Carmichael, Lyricist - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

16
Jack-Armstrong Blues Remastered 1996
00:02:59

Al Casey, Guitar - Jack Teagarden, Lyricist - Jack Teagarden, Trombone - Jack Teagarden, Vocal - Cozy Cole, Drums - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Clarinet - Johnny Guarnieri, Piano - Bobby Hackett, Cornet - Ernie Caceres, Clarinet - Ernie Caceres, Baritone Saxophone - Louis Armstrong, Composer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Al Hall, Bass - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

Descriptif de l'album

This 16-track collection distills a four-disc set down to one, spotlighting this generally unsung period of Armstrong's career. This period, basically 1932-1947, finds him moving from fronting a big band to forming the first versions of the smaller All-Star groups that would carry him the rest of his career. If the bands are a bit stodgy and not up to his standards of brilliance on these sides, you certainly can't fault Armstrong's performances; he's simply at the peak of his powers, blowing with an invention that didn't surface in later years. As a singer, his vocals are effusive and full of spark. Although not as well known as his early and later material, these RCA sides capture some important Armstrong, and here's a nice distillation of a peak period.
© Cub Koda /TiVo

À propos

Améliorer cette page album

Qobuz logo Pourquoi acheter sur Qobuz ?

Les promotions du moment...
A Love Supreme John Coltrane
80/81 Pat Metheny
À découvrir également
Par Louis Armstrong

Playlists

Dans la même thématique...
Just Coolin' Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
Trapeze Noel Mcghie
Beautiful Vinyl Hunter Ashley Henry
Les Grands Angles...
Tony Bennett, le dernier des crooners

Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby et Sammy Davis, Jr. ayant jeté l’éponge depuis des lustres, Tony Bennett sera le dernier des grands crooners. Un chanteur de charme, comme on disait au siècle dernier, dont la particularité reste une love story unique avec le jazz.

Norah Jones en 10 chansons

Même si ses albums paraissent sur le label Blue Note, Norah Jones n’a jamais été vraiment jazz. Comme elle n’a jamais vraiment été pop, ni folk, country ou soul… Depuis le début des années 2000, la chanteuse et pianiste américaine a toujours tout fait pour flouter, voire éradiquer, les frontières stylistiques au profit de sa propre musique apatride, qu’elle adore partager avec d’autres musiciens venus d’horizons divers. Petit tour de son monde en 10 titres.

Jazz : où sont les femmes ?

A l’exception des chanteuses, les femmes du jazz ont dû batailler ferme pour se frayer un chemin vers le devant de la scène. De Mary Lou Williams à Jaimie Branch en passant par Geri Allen ou Alice Coltrane, elles sont finalement assez peu nombreuses à s’être imposées dans un genre resté presque exclusivement masculin. Et toujours aussi macho ?

Dans l'actualité...