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In conjunction with the release of Ken Burns' ten-part, 19-hour epic PBS documentary Jazz, Columbia issued 22 single-disc compilations devoted to jazz's most significant artists, as well as a five-disc historical summary. Since the individual compilations attempt to present balanced overviews of each artist's career, tracks from multiple labels have thankfully been licensed where appropriate. Louis Armstrong is arguably the most important figure in jazz history -- he was jazz's first real virtuoso and first true improviser; he invented scat singing; and his gravelly, instantly recognizable voice and larger-than-life personality made him a crucial force in popularizing the music. Over the course of 25 tracks, this installment of Ken Burns Jazz traces Armstrong's career from his seminal early sides up through his pop hits of the '50s and early '60s. The set opens with selections from his recordings with the Hot Fives and Hot Sevens, some of the most celebrated in jazz thanks to Armstrong's jubilant, impeccably constructed solos. His later pop material isn't as interesting to some jazz purists -- especially since it doesn't always emphasize his instrumental work -- but it went a long way toward cementing Armstrong's status as an icon among the general public and is full of his warmly ingratiating personality. Ken Burns Jazz features the best of the best from both distinct phases of Armstrong's career, and while there are more extensive (and cohesive) compilations of each, this makes for an extremely strong introduction to one of the greatest figures in American music.
© Steve Huey /TiVo

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1
Chimes Blues
King Oliver
00:02:50

Honore Dutrey, Trombone - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Bill Johnson, Banjo - King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, Performer - BABY DODDS, Drums - Louis Armstrong, Cornet - Johnny Dodds, Clarinet - Joe Oliver, Cornet - J. OLIVER, Composer - J. OLIVER, Lyricist - Tom Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Lil Hardin, Piano - Darcy Proper, Mastering Engineer

Originally released 1923. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

2
Cake Walking Babies (From Home) Album Version
Clarence Williams' Blue Five
00:02:56

Sidney Bechet, Soprano Saxophone - C. Williams, Lyricist - C. Williams, Composer - H. Troy, Composer - H. Troy, Lyricist - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Louis Armstrong, Cornet - Clarence Williams' Blue Five, Performer - Buddy Christian, Banjo - Charlie Irvis, Trombone - Clarence Williams, Piano - C. Smith, Composer - C. Smith, Lyricist - Eva Taylor, Vocal

Originally released 1925. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

3
Heebie Jeebies Album Version
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:02:52

B. Atkins, Composer - B. Atkins, Lyricist - Johnny St. Cyr, Banjo - Lil Armstrong, Piano - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Cornet - Kid Ory, Trombone - Johnny Dodds, Clarinet - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five, Performer

Originally released 1926. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

4
Potato Head Blues 78rpm Version
Louis Armstrong
00:02:55

Lil Armstrong, Piano - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven, Performer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Johnny St. Cyr, Banjo - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Louis Armstrong, Composer - Louis Armstrong, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Cornet - Johnny Dodds, Clarinet - John Thomas, Trombone - Tom Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Darcy Proper, Mastering Engineer - Baby Dodds, Drums

Originally released 1927. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

5
West End Blues
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:03:14

Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five, Performer - C. Williams, Lyricist - C. Williams, Composer - Earl Hines, Piano - Zutty Singleton, Drums - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Jimmy Strong, Clarinet - Fred Robinson, Trombone - Unknown, Producer - J. OLIVER, Composer - J. OLIVER, Lyricist - Mancy Carr, Banjo

(P) Originally released 1928. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Tight Like This Album Version
Louis Armstrong
00:03:12

A. Curl, Composer - A. Curl, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five, Performer - Earl Hines, Speaker - Earl Hines, Piano - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Zutty Singleton, Drums - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Louis Armstrong, Speaker - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Jimmy Strong, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Strong, Clarinet - Fred Robinson, Trombone - Don Redman, Speaker - Don Redman, Arranger - Don Redman, Alto Saxophone - Tom Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Darcy Proper, Mastering Engineer - Mancy Carr, Banjo

Originally Released Prior to 1972 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

7
Mahogany Hall Stomp Album Version
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:03:14

George "Pops" Foster, Bass - Charlie Holmes, Alto Saxophone - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Eddie Condon, Banjo - Paul Barbarin, Drums - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Lonnie Johnson, Guitar - Teddy Hill, Tenor Saxophone - J. C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Albert Nicholas, Alto Saxophone - S. Williams, Composer - S. Williams, Lyricist - Luis Russell, Piano - Tom Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Darcy Proper, Mastering Engineer

Originally Released Prior to 1972 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

8
Ain't Misbehavin'
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:03:20

Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Homer Hobson, Trumpet - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Bert Curry, Alto Saxophone - Fred Robinson, Trombone - Zutty Singleton, Drums - Thomas Waller, Composer - Thomas Waller, Lyricist - Tom Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Crawford Wethington, Alto Saxophone - Andy Razaf, Composer - Andy Razaf, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Darcy Proper, Mastering Engineer - Jimmy Strong, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Strong, Clarinet - Harry Brooks, Composer - Harry Brooks, Lyricist - Carroll Dickerson, Director - Carroll Dickerson, Violin - Gene Anderson, Piano - Mancy Carr, Banjo - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer

Originally released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

9
Black And Blue Album Version
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:03:08

Gene Anderson, Piano - Gene Anderson, Celesta - H. BROOKS, Composer - H. BROOKS, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Zutty Singleton, Drums - Carroll Dickerson, Violin - Bert Curry, Alto Saxophone - Crawford Wethington, Alto Saxophone - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Homer Hobson, Trumpet - Jimmy Strong, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Strong, Clarinet - Fred Robinson, Trombone - Unknown, Producer - Mancy Carr, Banjo - A. Razaf, Composer - A. Razaf, Lyricist - T. Waller, Composer - T. Waller, Lyricist

Originally Released 1929 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

10
St. Louis Blues Vocal
Louis Armstrong
00:02:56

Charlie Holmes, Alto Saxophone - Charlie Holmes, Clarinet - Paul Barbarin, Drums - J.C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Teddy Hill, Tenor Saxophone - W.C. Handy, Composer - W.C. Handy, Lyricist - Albert Nicholas, Alto Saxophone - Albert Nicholas, Clarinet - Unknown, Producer - Henry Allen, Trumpet - Pops Foster, Bass - Otis Johnson, Trumpet - Luis Russell, Piano - Will Johnson, Guitar

Originally Released 1929 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAI

11
When It's Sleepy Time Down South Album Version
Louis Armstrong
00:03:21

Charlie Jones, Tenor Saxophone - Charlie Jones, Clarinet - O. Rene, Composer - O. Rene, Lyricist - Lionel Hampton, Drums - Lionel Hampton, Vibraphone - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Luther Graven, Trombone - Bill Perkins, Banjo - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Harold Scott, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - L. Rene, Composer - L. Rene, Lyricist - Marvin Johnson, Alto Saxophone - C. Muse, Composer - C. Muse, Lyricist - Henry Prince, Piano - George Orendorff, Trumpet - Les Hite, Alto - Les Hite, Baritone Saxophone

Originally Released 1931 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

12
Blue Again Album Version
Louis Armstrong
00:03:10

Charlie Jones, Tenor Saxophone - Charlie Jones, Clarinet - D. Fields, Composer - D. Fields, Lyricist - Lionel Hampton, Drums - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Luther Graven, Trombone - Bill Perkins, Banjo - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Harold Scott, Trumpet - J. McHugh, Composer - J. McHugh, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Marvin Johnson, Alto Saxophone - Henry Prince, Piano - George Orendorff, Trumpet - Les Hite, Alto Saxophone - Les Hite, Baritone Saxophone - Joe Bailey, Bass

Originally released 1931. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

13
Lazy River
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:03:03

Sidney Arodin, Composer - Sidney Arodin, Lyricist - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer - Hoagy Carmichael, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer

Originally Released 1931. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertaiment

14
Chinatown, My Chinatown Album Version
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:03:15

Albert Washington, Tenor Saxophone - Albert Washington, Clarinet - Tubby Hall, Drums - George James, Alto Saxophone - George James, Soprano Saxophone - George James, Clarinet - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Zilner Randolph, Trumpet - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Preston Jackson, Trombone - William Jerome, Composer - William Jerome, Lyricist - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Mike McKendrick, Guitar - Mike McKendrick, Banjo - Charlie Alexander, Speaker - Charlie Alexander, Piano - Lester Boone, Alto Saxophone - Lester Boone, Clarinet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Speaker - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Tom Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Jean Schwartz, Composer - Jean Schwartz, Lyricist

Originally Released 1931 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

15
Star Dust (Take 1) 78rpm Version
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:03:32

Albert Washington, Tenor Saxophone - Albert Washington, Clarinet - Tubby Hall, Drums - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Zilner Randolph, Trumpet - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Preston Jackson, Trombone - Bruce Talbot, Executive Producer - Mike McKendrick, Guitar - Mike McKendrick, Banjo - Charlie Alexander, Speaker - Charlie Alexander, Piano - Lester Boone, Alto Saxophone - Lester Boone, Soprano Saxophone - Lester Boone, Clarinet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Speaker - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer - Hoagy Carmichael, Lyricist - John Lindsay, Bass - Mitchell Parish, Composer - Mitchell Parish, Lyricist - Tom Ruff, Mastering Engineer

Originally released 1931. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

16
Shadrack Album Version
Louis Armstrong With The Lyn Murray Singers
00:02:33

R. MacGimsey, Composer - R. MacGimsey, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Lynn Murray, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Louis Armstrong With The Lyn Murray Singers, Performer

Originally Released Prior to 1972 Universal Music Enterprises

17
I Double Dare You Album Version
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:02:56

Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Louis Bacon, Trumpet - Charlie Holmes, Alto Saxophone - Albert Nicholas, Tenor Saxophone - Albert Nicholas, Clarinet - Shelton Hemphill, Trumpet - George Foster, Bass - Unknown, Producer - J.C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Henry Allen, Trumpet - Bingie Madison, Tenor Saxophone - Bingie Madison, Clarinet - Jimmy Eaton, Composer - Jimmy Eaton, Lyricist - Lee Blair, Guitar - Luis Russell, Piano - Luis Russell, Arranger - Terry Shand, Composer - Terry Shand, Lyricist - Pete Clark, Alto Saxophone - Wilbur De Paris, Trombone - Paul Barbarin, Drums - GEORGE WASHINGTON, Trombone

Originally Released 1938 The Verve Music Group, a division of UMG Recordings Inc.

18
When The Saints Go Marchin' In Album Version
Louis Armstrong
00:02:43

Rupert Cole, Alto Saxophone - Rupert Cole, Clarinet - Unknown, Producer - Lynn Murray, Vocal - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Traditional, Composer - Traditional, Lyricist

Originally Released Prior to 1972 Universal Music Enterprises

19
Marie Album Version
Louis Armstrong And The Mills Brothers
00:02:22

John Mills, Vocal - Herbert Mills, Vocal - Louis Armstrong And The Mills Brothers, Performer - Norman Brown, Guitar - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Donald Mills, Vocal - I. Berlin, Composer - I. Berlin, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Harry Mills, Vocal - Darcy Proper, Mastering Engineer

Originally Released 1940 The Verve Music Group, a division of UMG Recordings Inc.

20
Rockin' Chair Album Version
Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
00:05:08

DICK CARY, Piano - Jack Teagarden, Vocal - Jack Teagarden, Trombone - H. Carmichael, Composer - H. Carmichael, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars, Performer - Peanuts Hucko, Clarinet - Sid Catlett, Drums - Bob Haggart, Bass - Bobby Hackett, Cornet - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Unknown, Producer

Recorded Prior To 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

21
Blueberry Hill Album Version
Gordon Jenkins
00:02:51

Yank Lawson, Trumpet - Jack Lesberg, Bass - Carl Poole, Performer - A. Lewis, Composer - A. Lewis, Lyricist - Milt Yaner, Alto Saxophone - Will Bradley, Trombone - Hymie Schertzer, Alto Saxophone - Unknown, Producer - Tom Parshley, Tenor Saxophone - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - V. Rose, Composer - V. Rose, Lyricist - ARTIE DRELINGER, Tenor Saxophone - L. Stock, Composer - L. Stock, Lyricist - Gordon Jenkins, Performer - Johnny Blowers, Drums - Billy Butterfield, Performer - Carl Kress, Guitar - Bernie Leighton, Piano

Originally Released Prior to 1972 Universal Music Enterprises

22
Mack the Knife Album Version
Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
00:03:21

Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars, Performer - M. Blitzstein, Composer - M. Blitzstein, Lyricist - Barrett Deems, Drums - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Arvell Shaw, Bass - Trummy Young, Trombone - B. Brecht, Composer - B. Brecht, Lyricist - Billy Kyle, Piano - K. Weill, Composer - K. Weill, Lyricist - Edmond Hall, Clarinet - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1957. All rights reserved by SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

23
A Fine Romance Album Version
Ella Fitzgerald
00:03:50

Louie Bellson, Drums - D. Fields, Composer - D. Fields, Lyricist - Herb Ellis, Guitar - J. Kern, Composer - J. Kern, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Ella Fitzgerald, Vocal - Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Unknown, Producer - Oscar Peterson, Piano - Ray Brown, Bass

Originally Released Prior to 1972 Universal Music Group

24
Hello, Dolly! Album Version
Louis Armstrong
00:02:23

Jerry Herman, Composer - Jerry Herman, Lyricist - Tony Gattuso, Banjo - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Arvell Shaw, Bass - Joe Darensbourg, Clarinet - Trummy Young, Trombone - Danny Barcelona, Drums - Unknown, Producer - Billy Kyle, Piano

Originally Released 1964 The Verve Music Group, a division of UMG Recordings Inc.

25
What a Wonderful World Single Version
Louis Armstrong & The Dukes Of Dixieland
00:02:17

Bob Thiele, Producer - George Douglas, Composer - George Douglas, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Performer - George David Weiss, Composer - George David Weiss, Lyricist

(P) 1967 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Licensed from Universal Music Licensing Division.

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In conjunction with the release of Ken Burns' ten-part, 19-hour epic PBS documentary Jazz, Columbia issued 22 single-disc compilations devoted to jazz's most significant artists, as well as a five-disc historical summary. Since the individual compilations attempt to present balanced overviews of each artist's career, tracks from multiple labels have thankfully been licensed where appropriate. Louis Armstrong is arguably the most important figure in jazz history -- he was jazz's first real virtuoso and first true improviser; he invented scat singing; and his gravelly, instantly recognizable voice and larger-than-life personality made him a crucial force in popularizing the music. Over the course of 25 tracks, this installment of Ken Burns Jazz traces Armstrong's career from his seminal early sides up through his pop hits of the '50s and early '60s. The set opens with selections from his recordings with the Hot Fives and Hot Sevens, some of the most celebrated in jazz thanks to Armstrong's jubilant, impeccably constructed solos. His later pop material isn't as interesting to some jazz purists -- especially since it doesn't always emphasize his instrumental work -- but it went a long way toward cementing Armstrong's status as an icon among the general public and is full of his warmly ingratiating personality. Ken Burns Jazz features the best of the best from both distinct phases of Armstrong's career, and while there are more extensive (and cohesive) compilations of each, this makes for an extremely strong introduction to one of the greatest figures in American music.
© Steve Huey /TiVo

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