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Louis Armstrong|My Big Five, Vol. 7

My Big Five, Vol. 7

Louis Armstrong

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1
Little Joe
00:03:12

MILLER, Composer - Stein, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, MainArtist

2013 HSWK digital

2
I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby My Baby (And My Baby's Crazy 'Bout Me)
00:04:29

Waller, Composer - Louis Armstrong, MainArtist - Hill, Lyricist

2013 HSWK digital

3
I'll Keep the Lovelight Burning (In My Heart)
00:03:02

Louis Armstrong, MainArtist - Weiss, Lyricist - Benjamin, Composer

2013 HSWK digital

4
Got No Blues
00:03:00

Armstrong, Composer, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, MainArtist

2013 HSWK digital

5
Maybe It's Because
00:03:15

Scott, Composer - Louis Armstrong, MainArtist - Ruby, Lyricist

2013 HSWK digital

6
High Society
00:03:38

WILLIAMS, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, MainArtist - Piron, Composer

2013 HSWK digital

7
Shanty Boat on the Mississippi
00:03:23

Louis Armstrong, MainArtist - terry shand, Lyricist - Jimmy Eaton, Composer

2013 HSWK digital

8
Wolverine Blues
00:03:21

Louis Armstrong, MainArtist - Jelly Roll Morton, Composer, Lyricist

2013 HSWK digital

9
Down in Honky Tonk Town
00:03:05

Louis Armstrong, MainArtist - Chris Smith, Lyricist - Trixie Smith, Lyricist - Charles McCanon, Composer

2013 HSWK digital

10
Bye and Bye
00:02:35

Trad., Composer - Louis Armstrong, MainArtist - Trad.Trad., Lyricist

2013 HSWK digital

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