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Hurricane Armstrong changed the trumpet forever. But we sometimes forget that he also had a gale-force voice. This wonderful anthology of recordings from 1945 to 1955 focuses on Louis Armstrong as a singer. Here, Satchmo tackles some of the greatest hits of his time, performed by some excellent orchestras. Across these 42 tracks, Armstrong dazzles and demonstrates his unique knack for taking the least of these songs and making them immortal. An endearing ballad (Maybe It's Because with Sy Oliver's orchestra), a comforting Christmas carol (Christmas in New Orleans with Benny Carter), a swing gem (Snafu) or a great classic (Blueberry Hill with the Gordon Jenkins's orchestra, or La Vie en Rose); everything here is spun to the purest gold by this unique voice. A real treat! © Max Dembo / Qobuz

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1
I Wonder
00:03:01

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Gant, Composer

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2
Long, Long Journey (feat. Esquire All-American 1946 Award Winners)
00:04:25

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Feather, Composer

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3
Snafu (feat. Esquire All-American 1946 Award Winners)
00:04:18

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Feather, Composer

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4
Whatta Ya Gonna Do
00:02:58

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Skylar, Composer

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5
Joseph n' His Brudders
00:03:07

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Armstrong, Composer - Belle, Composer

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6
Back O' Town Blues
00:03:19

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Armstrong, Composer

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7
I Believe
00:03:04

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Cahn, Composer

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8
You Don't Learn That in School
00:02:49

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Alfred, Composer

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9
Maybe It’s Because (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:16

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Scott, Composer

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10
I’ll Keep the Lovelight Burning (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:02

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Benjamin, Composer

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11
That Lucky Old Sun (With Chorus) [feat. Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra]
00:03:06

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Gillespie, Composer

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12
Blueberry Hill (With Chorus) [feat. Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra]
00:02:55

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Lewis, Composer

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13
La vie en rose (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:30

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louiguy, Composer

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14
C’est si bon (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:07

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Seelen, Composer

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15
If (feat. Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra)
00:03:23

Louis Armstrong, Performer - damerell, Composer - Evans, Composer

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16
Gone Fishin' (feat. Bing Crosby)
00:02:33

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Kenny, Composer

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17
A Kiss to Build a Dream On (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:04

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Ruby, Composer

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18
I Get Ideas (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:29

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Cochran, Composer

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19
Because of You (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:15

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Wilkinson, Composer

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20
Cold, Cold Heart (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:12

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Williams, Composer

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21
Indian Love Call (feat. Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra)
00:03:10

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Friml, Composer - Harbach, Composer

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DISC 2

1
When It's Sleepy Time Down South (feat. Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra)
00:03:19

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Rene, Composer

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2
I Laughed at Love (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:03:00

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Davis, Composer

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3
Takes Two to Tango (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:02:56

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Manning, Composer

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4
Your Cheatin' Heart (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:02:45

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Williams, Composer

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5
Congratulations to Someone (feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra)
00:02:46

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Frisch, Composer

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6
April in Portugal
00:02:44

Louis Armstrong, Performer - ferrao, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

7
Ramona
00:02:48

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Wayne, Composer

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8
Sittin' in the Sun (feat. Jack Pleiss and His Orchestra)
00:03:03

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Berlin, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

9
Cool Yule (feat. The Commanders)
00:02:56

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Allen, Composer

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10
Someday You’ll Be Sorry (feat. The Commanders)
00:03:11

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Armstrong, Composer

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11
The Gypsy (feat. The Commanders)
00:03:22

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Reid, Composer

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12
I Can't Afford to Miss This Dream (feat. The Commanders)
00:02:46

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Friedlander, Composer

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13
Bye and Bye (With Chorus) [feat. Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra]
00:03:08

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Armstrong, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

14
Skokiaan (South African Song) [feat. Sy Oliver & His Orchestra]
00:03:48

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Msarurgwa, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

15
Struttin' with Some Barbecue (feat. Gary Crosby & Sonny Burke and His Orchestra)
00:02:57

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Armstrong, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

16
Ko-Ko-Mo (feat. Gary Crosby & Sonny Burke and His Orchestra)
00:02:54

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Johnson, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

17
Sincerely (feat. Sonny Burke and His Orchestra)
00:03:00

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Fuqua, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

18
Pledging My Love (feat. Sonny Burke and His Orchestra)
00:02:38

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Robey, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

19
Christmas in New Orleans (feat. Benny Carter)
00:02:53

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Sherman, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

20
Christmas Night in Harlem (feat. Benny Carter)
00:02:45

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Scott, Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

21
Only You (feat. Benny Carter)
00:03:11

Louis Armstrong, Performer - Ram , Composer

2006 BDMusic 2006 BDMusic

Album Description

Hurricane Armstrong changed the trumpet forever. But we sometimes forget that he also had a gale-force voice. This wonderful anthology of recordings from 1945 to 1955 focuses on Louis Armstrong as a singer. Here, Satchmo tackles some of the greatest hits of his time, performed by some excellent orchestras. Across these 42 tracks, Armstrong dazzles and demonstrates his unique knack for taking the least of these songs and making them immortal. An endearing ballad (Maybe It's Because with Sy Oliver's orchestra), a comforting Christmas carol (Christmas in New Orleans with Benny Carter), a swing gem (Snafu) or a great classic (Blueberry Hill with the Gordon Jenkins's orchestra, or La Vie en Rose); everything here is spun to the purest gold by this unique voice. A real treat! © Max Dembo / Qobuz

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