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Bing Crosby And Louis Armstrong - Bing Crosby y Louis Armstrong album mp3

Performer: Bing Crosby
Title: Bing Crosby y Louis Armstrong
Released: 1982
Style: Big Band, Dixieland
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 557
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New Orleans jazz was not only Armstrong's spiritual home, but it was also the venue for both singers' easiest and most playful lyricizing, replete with a raft of off-the-cuff lines (or seemingly off-the-cuff lines) and the easy give-and-take that came naturally to them, nearly (but never) stepping over each other's lines

Bing’s son Gary Crosby said, Louis loved my father and Louis was always one of Bing’s favourites. The next big screen collaboration between Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong was in 1951 with Frank Capra’s Here Comes The Groom. Also in 1951, a version of ‘Gone Fishin’’, cut with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra, went down so well with the audience at a radio show that Crosby and Armstrong’s version was released as single by Decca and reached N. 9 in the charts. Highlights on the album include Armstrong jamming on Horace Silver’s composition ‘Preacher’, though there was little press fanfare for the record because, as Billboard reported in October 1960, when the album came out, Crosby was in England with his wife playing golf, and Armstrong was on a state visit to the Congo.

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Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby Jr. (/ˈkrɒzbi/; May 3, 1903 – October 14, 1977) was an American singer and actor. 8 His early career coincided with recording innovations that allowed him to develop an intimate singing style that influenced many male singers who followed him, including Perry Como, Frank Sinatra, Dick Haymes, and Dean Martin.

Tracklist

A1 Muskrat Ramble 2:58
A2 Sugar 5:11
A3 Preacher 2:15
A4 Dardanella 2:45
A5 Let's Sing Like A Dixieland Band 2:16
B1 'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans 3:03
B2 Brother Bill 2:58
B3 Little Ol' Tune 3:03
B4 At The Jazz Band Ball 3:00
B5 Rocky Mountain Moon 3:40
B6 Bye Bye Blues 3:42

Credits

  • Adapted By [Mostly] – Johnny Mercer
  • Arranged By, Conductor – Billy May
  • Directed By [Chorus] – Bill E. Thompson
  • Engineer – Bill Putnam
  • Producer – Simon Rady
  • Recorded By – Wally Heider

Notes

Recorded at United Recording, Hollywood, Calif.

(Recording first published 1960)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: 10C 246-060.317
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