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Louis Armstrong - New Orlean's Nights (1950) (2008) 320 Kbps

28-01-2014, 08:39
Music | Jazz | Oldies

Louis Armstrong - New Orlean's Nights (1950) (2008) 320 Kbps

Artist: Louis Armstrong
Title Of Album: New Orlean's Nights
Year Of Release: 1950, release: 2008
Label: Verve - Decca Records
Genre: Jazz, Swing
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 36:04
Total Size: 82,90 MB

Many of Armstrong's recordings with the All-Stars relied on a commercial repertoire of show tunes and pop standards, but NEW ORLEANS NIGHTS is a preferable alternative. In creating a through-line to his stylistic origins, Armstrong is able to recapture some of the vitality of his early ensembles. The fun, collective improvising from the All-Stars on these jazz gems makes revisiting the past a fine thing indeed.

NEW ORLEANS NIGHTS was originally released in 1950, and finds the Louis Armstrong All-Stars turning back the clock to the 1920s when Satch's hot jazz was still the secret of the Big Easy. With delightful ease and facility, the All-stars bring ragtime favorites like "Struttin' With Some Barbecue," "Basin Street Blues," and "My Bucket's Got a Hole in It" back to life nearly 30 years after their initial popularity. ~ CDUniverse


01 - Panama 05:05
02 - New Orleans Function 06:40
03 - Struttin' With Some Barbecue 06:00
04 - Basin Street Blues 05:51
05 - My Bucket's Got A Whole In It 03:43
06 - Bugle Call Rag 08:45


On tracks 1-2, 5-6:
Louis Armstrong - trumpet;
Barney Bigard - clarinet;
Jack Teagarden - trombone;
Earl Hines - piano;
Arvell Shaw - bass;
Cozy Cole - drums

On tracks 3-4:
Louis Armstrong - trumpet;
Barney Bigard - clarinet;
Bud Freeman - tenor sax;
"Trummie" Young - trombone;
Billy Kyle - piano;
Arvell Shaw - bass;
Kenny John - drums

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