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8 thoughts on “ Rose Room - Louis Armstrong And His Sensational Big Band - On The Sunny Side Of The Street: Live In 43 (CD)

  1. Back O' Town Blues - (with Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars) 2. Basin Street Blues - (with Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars) $ on iTunes 3. Canal Street Blues; $ on iTunes 4. New Orleans Function: Flee As A Bird / Oh, Didn't He Ramble - (with Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars) $ on iTunes 5. Dear Old Southland; $ on iTunes 6. High.
  2. Rose Room: Louis Armstrong: Louis Armstrong Live In France: Everything Happens To Me: Sensational Alex Harvey Band: Midnight Moses: Chantel McGregor: Caught out: Eric Gales Band: Make it there: On the Sunny Side of the Street – Keely Smith: Politely. Gone with the Wind – Ella Fitzgerald: Live from The Cave Supper Club, Vancouver.
  3. Louis Armstrong & his Hot Five (από δεξιά: Johnny pomiddebsrocktesciapinowersadoperch.coinfo, Kid Ory, Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds και Lil Hardin Armstrong) On The Sunny Side Of The Street. – A Merry Christmas With Good Old Satch. Κυκλοφόρησε: ; Rose Room. 6. Brother Bill. 7. Lazy River. 8. ‘Tain’t What You Do. 9. Perdido. Blues.
  4. Hoagy Carmichael; Louis Armstrong; Riverboat Band; Sarah Vaughn; King Oilver's Band; Ray Celebrating Satch's 70th Birthday On July 3, At The Shrine Auditorium In L and more. BCD
  5. Several of his instrumental works were adapted into songs that became standards. Due to his inventive use of the orchestra, or big band, and thanks to his eloquence and extraordinary charisma, he is generally considered to have elevated the perception of jazz .
  6. Series - THE COLLECTORS LABEL Please scroll to view CD's available or click artist link to right > Series a collectors label by Hep Records covering classic public domain performances of US, UK and European artistes. Featuring outstanding remastering work by Alan Bunting, John R.T Davies, Ted Kendall, and Doug Pomeroy.
  7. The Swing Era to (Dave Oliphant), the Swing Era (Lawrence McClellan), and 's of hours of listening to big- band and swing-oriented radio shows by Chuck Cecil (whom I consider the top authority) of L.A., Dave Kennedy's Big Band Jump out of Atlanta, and big band aficianados non-pareil locally like Jerry Stevens in.
  8. – Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars: On The Sunny Side Of The Street: – Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars: Tea For Two: – Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars: Baby, Won't You Please Come Home: – Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars: Muskrat Ramble: – Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars: Lover: – Louis Armstrong And 5/5(1).

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