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Louis Armstrong|Vol. V: Louis In New York

Vol. V: Louis In New York

Louis Armstrong

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The fifth in Columbia's extremely valuable series of vintage Louis Armstrong recordings features the immortal trumpeter-vocalist primarily on his 1929 big-band sides. Armstrong leads a jam session on "Knockin' a Jug," sits in backup groups accompanying singers Seger Ellis and Victoria Spivey, and is showcased on ten influential performances with either the Luis Russell Orchestra or the remnants of the Carroll Dickerson big band. These renditions of "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "Mahogany Hall Stomp," "Ain't Misbehavin'," "Black and Blue," "Ain't Misbehavin'," "Some of These Days," and "When You're Smiling" became quite famous during the period and helped lead the way toward the swing era. In addition to the non-vocal alternate takes of "Some of These Days" and "When You're Smiling," this CD releases for the first time two alternate versions of "After You've Gone." Timeless music.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
Knockin' A Jug (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:23

Jack Teagarden, Trombone - Michael Brooks, Producer - Eddie Lang, Guitar - E. Condon, Composer - E. Condon, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Kaiser Marshall, Drums - Joe Sullivan, Piano - Happy Caldwell, Tenor Saxophone - L. Armstrong, Composer - L. Armstrong, Lyricist

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:31

D. Fields, Composer - D. Fields, Lyricist - Michael Brooks, Producer - Charlie Holmes, Alto Saxophone - Eddie Condon, Banjo - Paul Barbarin, Drums - J. McHugh, Composer - J. McHugh, Lyricist - J.C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Lonnie Johnson, Guitar - Teddy Hill, Tenor Saxophone - Albert Nicholas, Alto Saxophone - Luis Russell, Piano - Pops Foster, Bass

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
Mahogany Hall Stomp (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:23

Michael Brooks, Producer - Charlie Holmes, Alto Saxophone - Eddie Condon, Banjo - Paul Barbarin, Drums - J.C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Louis Armstrong, Vocal - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Lonnie Johnson, Guitar - Teddy Hill, Tenor Saxophone - Albert Nicholas, Alto Saxophone - S. Williams, Composer - S. Williams, Lyricist - Luis Russell, Piano - Pops Foster, Bass

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
S'posin' (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:14

Stan King, Drums - Harry Hoffman, Violin - Justin Ring, Piano - Justin Ring, Celesta - Michael Brooks, Producer - P. Denniker, Composer - P. Denniker, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Piano - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Seger Ellis, Vocal - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone - A. Razaf, Composer - A. Razaf, Lyricist

Originally released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

5
To Be In Love (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:06

Stan King, Drums - Harry Hoffman, Violin - Justin Ring, Piano - Justin Ring, Celesta - Michael Brooks, Producer - F.E. Ahlert, Composer - F.E. Ahlert, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Piano - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Seger Ellis, Vocal - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone - R. Turk, Composer - R. Turk, Lyricist

Originally released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

6
Funny Feathers (Album Version)
Victoria Spivey
00:03:14

Victoria Spivey, Vocal - Victoria Spivey, Performer - R. Floyd, Composer - R. Floyd, Lyricist - V. Spivey, Composer - V. Spivey, Lyricist - In Research, Producer

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
How You Do It That Way? (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:17

Gene Anderson, Piano - Michael Brooks, Producer - Zutty Singleton, Drums - Louis Armstrong, Piano - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - R. Floyd, Composer - R. Floyd, Lyricist - Jimmy Strong, Tenor Saxophone - Victoria Spivey, Vocal - Fred Robinson, Trombone - V. Spivey, Composer - V. Spivey, Lyricist - Mancy Carr, Banjo

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
Ain't Misbehavin' (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:21

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

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue? (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:06

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

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

10
That Rhythm Man (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:08

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

Originally released 1926. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

11
Sweet Savannah Sue (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:12

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

Originally released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

12
Ain't Misbehavin' (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:05

H. BROOKS, Composer - H. BROOKS, Lyricist - Stan King, Drums - Joe Venuti, Violin - Michael Brooks, Producer - Arthur Schutt, Piano - Eddie Lang, Guitar - Louis Armstrong, Piano - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Seger Ellis, Vocal - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone - A. Razaf, Composer - A. Razaf, Lyricist - T. Waller, Composer - T. Waller, Lyricist

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

13
Some of These Days (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:11

Stan King, Drums - Joe Venuti, Violin - Michael Brooks, Producer - Arthur Schutt, Piano - S. Brooks, Composer - S. Brooks, Lyricist - Eddie Lang, Guitar - Louis Armstrong, Piano - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - Seger Ellis, Vocal - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone

Originally released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

14
Some of These Days (Non-Vocal) (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:02:58

Stan King, Drums - Joe Venuti, Violin - Michael Brooks, Producer - Arthur Schutt, Piano - S. Brooks, Composer - S. Brooks, Lyricist - Eddie Lang, Guitar - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone

Originally Released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

15
When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:28

Stan King, Drums - Joe Venuti, Violin - Michael Brooks, Producer - Arthur Schutt, Piano - Eddie Lang, Guitar - Louis Armstrong, Piano - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Louis Armstrong, Trumpet - L. Shay, Composer - L. Shay, Lyricist - Seger Ellis, Vocal - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone - M. FISHER, Lyricist - M. FISHER, Composer - J. Goodwin, Composer - J. Goodwin, Lyricist

Originally released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

16
When You're Smiling (non-vocal) (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:02:56

Stan King, Drums - Joe Venuti, Violin - Michael Brooks, Producer - Arthur Schutt, Piano - Eddie Lang, Guitar - Louis Armstrong, Performer - L. Shay, Composer - L. Shay, Lyricist - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone - M. FISHER, Lyricist - M. FISHER, Composer - J. Goodwin, Composer - J. Goodwin, Lyricist

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

17
After You've Gone (vocal) (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:21

Stan King, Drums - Joe Venuti, Violin - Michael Brooks, Producer - Arthur Schutt, Piano - Eddie Lang, Guitar - H. Creamer, Composer - H. Creamer, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone - P. Layton, Composer - P. Layton, Lyricist

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

18
After You've Gone (non-vocal Take B)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:17

Stan King, Drums - Joe Venuti, Violin - Michael Brooks, Producer - Arthur Schutt, Piano - Eddie Lang, Guitar - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Turner Layton, Composer - Turner Layton, Lyricist - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone - Henry Creamer, Composer - Henry Creamer, Lyricist

Originally Released 1929 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

19
After You've Gone (non-vocal TAKE C) (Album Version)
Louis Armstrong
00:03:18

Stan King, Drums - Joe Venuti, Violin - Michael Brooks, Producer - Arthur Schutt, Piano - Eddie Lang, Guitar - H. Creamer, Composer - H. Creamer, Lyricist - Louis Armstrong, Performer - Jimmy Dorsey, Clarinet - Tommy Dorsey, Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey, Trombone - P. Layton, Composer - P. Layton, Lyricist

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Album Description

The fifth in Columbia's extremely valuable series of vintage Louis Armstrong recordings features the immortal trumpeter-vocalist primarily on his 1929 big-band sides. Armstrong leads a jam session on "Knockin' a Jug," sits in backup groups accompanying singers Seger Ellis and Victoria Spivey, and is showcased on ten influential performances with either the Luis Russell Orchestra or the remnants of the Carroll Dickerson big band. These renditions of "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "Mahogany Hall Stomp," "Ain't Misbehavin'," "Black and Blue," "Ain't Misbehavin'," "Some of These Days," and "When You're Smiling" became quite famous during the period and helped lead the way toward the swing era. In addition to the non-vocal alternate takes of "Some of These Days" and "When You're Smiling," this CD releases for the first time two alternate versions of "After You've Gone." Timeless music.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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