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Louis Armstrong - Sings The Blues album mp3

Performer: Louis Armstrong
Title: Sings The Blues
Country: US
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 936

By: Louis Armstrong (1954, Jazz). More albums from Louis Armstrong: Classics: New Orleans To New York by Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong Plays W. C. Handy by Louis Armstrong. Jazz Classics by Louis Armstrong. Satchmo Serenades by Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong Plays The Blues by Louis Armstrong. Jam Session Mit Louis Armstrong by Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong’s Town Hall Concert by Louis Armstrong. At The Crescendo Vol. 1 by Louis Armstrong. View all albums . Sings The Blues. By: Louis Armstrong (1954, Jazz). 1. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues. 2. Basin Street Blues.

Fitzgerald listened to jazz recordings by Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, and The Boswell Sisters I tried so hard to sound just like he. Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book was the only Song Book on which the composer she interpreted played with her. Duke Ellington and his longtime collaborator Billy Strayhorn both appeared on exactly half the set's 38 tracks and wrote two new pieces of music for the album: "The E and D Blues" and a four-movement musical portrait of Fitzgerald. While recording the Song Books and the occasional studio album, Fitzgerald toured 40 to 45 weeks per year in the United States and internationally, under the tutelage of Norman Granz.

During 1924-26 (and to a lesser extent 1927-30), Louis Armstrong appeared as a sideman on a series of sessions by a variety of blues-oriented singers. All of these recordings are included on this attractive six-CD set issued by the English Affinity label (which also includes a lengthy booklet), Armstrong's cornet (and, by 1928, trumpet) is heard backing and occasionally taking solos on record dates led by singers Ma Rainey, Virginia Liston, Eva Taylor, Alberta Hunter, Margaret Johnson, Sippie Wallace, Maggie Jones, Clara Smith, Bessie Smith, Trixie. The Mail Train Blues. feat: Sippie Wallace.

In 2001, it was awarded a Grammy Hall of Fame Award, a special achievement prize established in 1973 to honor recordings that are at least twenty-five years old, and that have "qualitative or historical significance

Compilation album by Louis Armstrong. The Blues Are Brewin'. Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans. Jack-Armstrong Blues (with Jack Teagarden). Fifty-Fifty Blues (with Jack Teagarden). Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans.

Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra - St. Louis Blues 02:42. Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra - Rockin' Chair 03:05. Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra - Jack Amstrong Blues 03:00. Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra - Fifty Fifty Blues 02:58. Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra - Do You Known What It Means to Miss New Orleans? 03:01.

Listen to Louis Armstrong lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist Louis Armstrong. Jazz 'Round Midnight: Louis Armstrong (1990). Louis Armstrong: Volume 6 - St. Louis Blues (1989). Louis Armstrong And King Oliver (1974). What A Wonderful World (1968). Louis Armstrong's All-Time Greatest Hits (1967). Disney Songs The Satchmo Way (1966). Hello, Dolly! (1964).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues
Written-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
A2 Basin Street Blues
Written-By – Spencer Williams
A3 St. Louis Blues
Written-By – W. C. Handy
A4 The Blues Are Brewin'
Written-By – Eddy DeLange*, Lou Alter*
A5 Rockin' Chair
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael
A6 Where The Blues Were In New Orleans
Written-By – Bob Carleton, Cliff Dixon*
B1 Blues For Yesterday
Written By – JohnstoneWritten-By – Carr*
B2 Jack-Armstrong Blues
Written-By – Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong
B3 Blues In The South
Written-By – Carr*, Johnstone*
B4 Back O' Town Blues
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Luis Russell
B5 Fifty-Fifty Blues
Written-By – Billy Moore, Jr.
B6 Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
Written-By – Eddy DeLange*, Lou Alter*


  • Alto Saxophone – George Oldham (tracks: A1 to A3), Scoville Brown (tracks: A1 to A3)
  • Banjo – Mike McKendrick (tracks: A1 to A3)
  • Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Ernie Caceres (tracks: A5, B2, B5)
  • Bass – Al Hall (tracks: A5, B2, B5), Arvell Shaw (tracks: A4, B4), Bill Oldham (tracks: A1, A2), Red Callender (tracks: A6, B1, B3. B6)
  • Clarinet – Barney Bigard (tracks: A6, B1, B3, B6)
  • Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Peanuts Hucko (tracks: A5, B2, B5)
  • Cover – rmjones*
  • Drums – George Ballard* (tracks: B4), Cozy Cole (tracks: A5, B2, B5), Edmund McConney (tracks: A4), Minor Hall (tracks: A6, B6), Yank Porter (tracks: A1 to A3), Zutty Singleton (tracks: B1, B3)
  • Guitar – Al Casey (tracks: A5, B2, B5), Allan Reuss (tracks: B1, B3), Elmer Warner (tracks: A4. B4)
  • Liner Notes – Bill Zeitung
  • Piano – Charlie Beal (tracks: A3, A6, B6), Earl Mason (tracks: A4), Ed Swanston (tracks: B4), Johnny Guarnieri (tracks: A5, B2, B5), Leonard Feather (tracks: B1, B3), Teddy Wilson (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Saxophone – Amos Gordon (tracks: A4, B4), Don Hill (tracks: A4, B4), Ernest Thompson (tracks: A4, B4), Joe Garland (tracks: A4, B4), John Sparrow (tracks: A4, B4)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Bud Johnson* (tracks: A1 to A3)
  • Trombone – Russell Moore* (tracks: A4, B4), Adam Martin (tracks: B4), Al Cobbs (tracks: B4), James Whitney (tracks: A4), Keg Johnson (tracks: A1 to A3), Kid Ory (tracks: A6, B6), Nathaniel Allen (tracks: A4), Norman Powe (tracks: B4), Vic Dickenson (tracks: B1, B3), Waddet Williams (tracks: A4)
  • Trombone, Vocals – Jack Teagarden (tracks: A5, B2, B5)
  • Trumpet – Andrew Ford (tracks: A4, B4), Bobby Hackett (tracks: A5, B2, B5), Ed Mullens (tracks: A4, B4), Elmer Whitlock (tracks: A1 to A3), Louis Gray (tracks: A4), Ludwig Jordan (tracks: B4), Robert Butler (tracks: A4), Bill Scott* (tracks: A6, B4, B6), Zilmer Randolph* (tracks: A1 to A3)
  • Trumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
  • Tuba – Bob Ysaguire* (tracks: A3)


A1 recorded January 26, 1933
A2 recorded January 27, 1933
A3 recorded April 26, 1933
A4, A6, and B6 recorded October 17, 1946
A5, B2, and B5 recorded June 10, 1947
B1, B3 recorded September 6, 1946
B4 recorded April 17, 1946

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LJM-1005 Louis Armstrong Sings The Blues ‎(LP, Comp, Tan) RCA Victor LJM-1005 US 1954
CATLP130 Louis Armstrong Sings The Blues ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Not Now Music CATLP130 Europe 2017
07863 66244 2 Louis Armstrong Sings The Blues ‎(CD, Comp) RCA, Bluebird 07863 66244 2 Germany 1993
730.558 Louis Armstrong Et Son Orchestre* Sings The Blues ‎(LP, Mono) RCA Victor 730.558 France 1964
LPM 10005 Louis Armstrong Sings The Blues ‎(LP, Comp, Lam) RCA Italiana LPM 10005 Italy Unknown
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