Categories:
Cart 0

Your cart is empty

Louis Armstrong|Saga Jazz: Meets The Girls

Saga Jazz: Meets The Girls

Louis Armstrong

Digital booklet

Available in
16-Bit CD Quality 44.1 kHz - Stereo

Unlimited Streaming

Listen to this album in high quality now on our apps

Start my trial period and start listening to this album

Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription

Subscribe

Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription

Digital Download

Purchase and download this album in a wide variety of formats depending on your needs.

Saga Jazz: Meets The Girls

Louis Armstrong

launch qobuz app I already downloaded Qobuz for Windows / MacOS Open

download qobuz app I have not downloaded Qobuz for Windows / MacOS yet Download the Qobuz app

You are currently listening to samples.

Listen to over 80 million songs with an unlimited streaming plan.

Listen to this playlist and more than 80 million songs with our unlimited streaming plans.

From kr125,00/month

1
The Frim Fram Sauce
Ella Fitzgerald
00:03:14

Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald, interprète - R. Evans, compositeur - Joe Ricardel, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

2
You Won't Be Satisfied
Ella Fitzgerald
00:02:54

Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald, interprète - L. Stock, compositeur - F. James, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

3
Countin' The Blues
Louis Armstrong
00:03:11

Louis Armstrong, interprète - Ma Rainey, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

4
Everybody Loves My Baby
Louis Armstrong
00:02:41

Louis Armstrong, interprète - S. Williams, compositeur - J. Palmer, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

5
Anybody Here Want to Try My Cabbage
Louis Armstrong
00:03:17

Louis Armstrong, interprète - Andy Razaf, compositeur - T Waller, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

6
Cake Walkin 'Babies From Home
Louis Armstrong
00:03:02

Louis Armstrong, interprète - C. Smith, compositeur - C.Williams, compositeur - H. Troy, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

7
St Louis Blues
Louis Armstrong
00:03:06

Louis Armstrong, interprète - William Christopher Handy, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

8
Reckless Blues
Louis Armstrong
00:02:59

Louis Armstrong, interprète - F. W. Longshaw, compositeur - J. Geer, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

9
The World's Jazz Crazy and So Am I
Louis Armstrong
00:03:02

Louis Armstrong, interprète - Jimmy BlyThe, compositeur - W.H. Huff, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

10
Shipwrecked Blues
Louis Armstrong
00:03:16

Louis Armstrong, interprète - S. Williams, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

11
You Can't Lose a Broken Heart
Louis Armstrong
00:03:15

Louis Armstrong, interprète - J. Johnson, compositeur - E. Miller, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

12
My Sweet Hunck O' Trash
Louis Armstrong
00:03:21

Louis Armstrong, interprète - J. Johnson, compositeur - E. Miller, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

13
He Likes It Slow
Louis Armstrong
00:02:51

Louis Armstrong, interprète - B. Overstreet, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

14
Pratts City Blues
Louis Armstrong
00:02:51

Louis Armstrong, interprète - R.M. Jones, compositeur - Bertha "Chippie" Hill, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

15
Big Butter And Egg Man
Louis Armstrong
00:03:06

Louis Armstrong, interprète - Louis Armstrong, compositeur - Pf Venable, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

16
That's When I'Il Come Back to You
Louis Armstrong
00:02:58

Louis Armstrong, interprète - F. Biggs, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

17
Too Busy
Louis Armstrong
00:02:55

Louis Armstrong, interprète - N. Miller, compositeur - C. Cohn, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

18
Funny Feathers
Louis Armstrong
00:03:17

Louis Armstrong, interprète - Victoria Spivey, compositeur - R. Floyd, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

19
Pennies From Heaven
Louis Armstrong
00:04:23

Louis Armstrong, interprète - A Johnston, compositeur - J. Burke, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

20
I Cried for You
Louis Armstrong
00:04:35

Louis Armstrong, interprète - Abe Lyman, compositeur - A Freed, compositeur - Gus Arnheim, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

21
That's My Desire
Louis Armstrong
00:04:47

Louis Armstrong, interprète - Helmy Kresa, compositeur - Carroll Loveday, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

22
Dream a Little Dream Of Me
Louis Armstrong
00:03:05

Louis Armstrong, interprète - F Andree, compositeur - W. Schwandt, compositeur - G. Kahn, compositeur - Gus Kahn, compositeur - Wilbur Schwandt, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

23
Oops
Louis Armstrong
00:03:08

Louis Armstrong, interprète - Johnny Mercer, compositeur - Harry Warren, compositeur

2003 Saga Sarl

About the album

Improve album information

Qobuz logo Why buy on Qobuz...

More on Qobuz
By Louis Armstrong

Masters of Jazz Presents Louis Armstrong (1926 - 1928 Essential Works)

Louis Armstrong

Satchmo Plays King Oliver

Louis Armstrong

Satchmo Plays King Oliver Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong, une anthologie 1945 / 1955

Louis Armstrong

What A Wonderful World

Louis Armstrong

What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong

The Decca Singles 1949-1958

Louis Armstrong

The Decca Singles 1949-1958 Louis Armstrong
You may also like...

BD Music Presents Bill Evans

Bill Evans

Saga Jazz: Alligator Crawl

Fats Waller

Flight Of The Cosmic Hippo

Béla Fleck And The Flecktones

Flight Of The Cosmic Hippo Béla Fleck And The Flecktones

Benny Goodman's Greatest Hits

Benny Goodman

Greatest Hits Of The 20th Century

Béla Fleck And The Flecktones

Greatest Hits Of The 20th Century Béla Fleck And The Flecktones
In your panoramas...
Impulse! Orange was the New Black

Along with Blue Note and Verve, Impulse! is without doubt one of the best-known American jazz labels. Painted in orange and black, the label not only brought us John Coltrane, but also some of the most adventurous musicians of the 1960s.

Old Blues and New Technology, a Crossroads in History

Old Blues, the kind that was played in the Southern States before the Second World War, is a genre full of mystery and legend. But it is also a genre that gained popularity thanks to the development of new innovative technologies and the market economy. Read on for a brief history of the genre and its run-ins with capitalism, which gave us the chance to rediscover some country blues masterpieces.

Ray Charles, a Stylist Under the Influence

A founding father of soul, whose career spanned half a century, Ray Charles cannot be reduced to a handful of famous hits. He is above all the master of the high-end musical crossover that makes an art of mixing genres, approaching one to better embrace the other. Ray Charles secularised gospel, enriched the blues, played jazz, sang country and approached rock'n'roll. Let's take a look back at his unique style based on the five listed here.

In the news...