Louis Armstrong – Giants Of Jazz: Louis Armstrong (1980) 3xLP
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Active from 1914-1971, Louis Armstrong American trumpeter, composer and singer and one of the leading figures in the heyday of the jazz movement.
This stellar 3 LP box set collection contains some of his best songs, as well a thick booklet chronicling his life and accomplishments.
Style: Big Band, Dixieland
Cover: EX (light crease mark on the back along the top.)
Label: Time Life Records – STL-J01
|A1||King Oliver's Jazz Band||Dipper Mouth Blues|
|A2||Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra||Copenhagen|
|A3||Clarence Williams' Blue Five||Cake Walking Babies From Home|
|A4||Bessie Smith||Cold In Hand Blues|
|A5||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five||My Heart|
|A6||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five||Gut Bucket Blues|
|A7||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five||Heebie Jeebies|
|B1||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five||Cornet Chop Suey|
|B2||Erskine Tate's Vendome Orchestra||Static Strut|
|B3||Lil's Hot Shots||Georgia Bo Bo|
|B4||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven||Willie The Weeper|
|B5||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven||Wild Man Blues|
|B6||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven||Potato Head Blues|
|B7||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five||Ory's Creole Trombone|
|C1||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five||I'm Not Rough|
|C2||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five||Savoy Blues|
|C3||Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five||West End Blues|
|C4||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Muggles|
|C5||Louis Armstrong And His Savoy Ballroom Five||Tight Like This|
|C6||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Knockin' A Jug|
|C7||Louis Armstrong And His Savoy Ballroom Five||Mahogany Hall Stomp|
|D1||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Ain't Misbehavin'|
|D2||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue|
|D3||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||That Rhythm Man|
|D4||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Some Of These Days|
|D5||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Dallas Blues|
|D6||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||My Sweet|
|E1||Louis Armstrong And His Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra||Sweethearts On Parade|
|E2||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||When It's Sleepy-Time Down South|
|E3||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Blue Again|
|E4||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Star Dust|
|E5||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Some Sweet Day|
|E6||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|E7||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Song Of The Vipers|
|F1||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Jubilee|
|F2||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||When The Saints Go Marching In|
|F3||Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers||Marie|
|F4||Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||2:19 Blues|
|F5||Louis Armstrong And His All Stars||Pennies From Heaven|
|F6||Louis Armstrong And His All Stars||That's For Me|
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Vinyl - will play but will have a lot of issues and have a lot of loud background noise. We will rarely list a record in this condition.
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