Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars, Earl Fatha Hines, Velma Middleton - Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars mp3 flac download
In 1927, this became Armstrong's band under the musical direction of Hines. Later that year, Armstrong revamped his Okeh Records recording-only band, Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five, and hired Hines as the pianist, replacing his wife, Lil Hardin Armstrong, on the instrument. From left: Jack Teagarden, Sandy DeSantis, Velma Middleton, Fraser MacPherson, Cozy Cole, Arvell Shaw, Earl Hines, Barney Bigard at the Palomar Supper Club, Vancouver, . It was not without its strains for Hines. A year later, Armstrong became the first jazz musician to appear on the cover of Time magazine (on February 21, 1949).
Personnel: Louis Armstrong, trumpet; Earl Fatha Hines, Piano; Jack Teagarden, trombone; Barney Bigard, clarinet; Arvell Shaw, bass; Big Sid Catlett, drums; Velma Middleton, vocals.
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After his discharge he played with Armstrong in his last big band, from 1945 to 1947. He returned to play with Armstrong from 1952 to 1956, and performed in the 1956 musical High Society. Following this he worked at CBS with Russ Case, did time in Teddy Wilson's trio, and played with Benny Goodman at the 1958 Brussels World's Fair. After a few years in Europe, he played again with Goodman on a tour of Central America in 1962
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Written-By – Porter Steele, Walter Melrose
|2||Back O' Town Blues
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Luis Russell
|3||C Jam Blues
Written-By – Duke Ellington
|4||Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues
Written-By – W. C. Handy
|6||Fine And Dandy
Written-By – Kay Swift, Paul James
Written-By – Irving Berlin
|8||Don't Fence Me In
Written-By – Cole Porter, Robert Fletcher
Written-By – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rogers*
Written-By – John Schonberger, Richard Coburn, Vincent Rose
|11||A Song Was Born
Written-By – Don Raye, Gene DePaul
|12||Mahogany Hall Stomp
Written-By – Spencer Williams
Written-By – Andy Razaf, Fats Waller, Harry Brooks
Written-By – Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Delta Music Inc.
- Bass – Arvell Shaw
- Clarinet – Barney Bigard
- Drums – Big Sid Catlett*
- Piano – Earl Fatha Hines*
- Trombone – Jack Teagarden
- Trumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
- Vocals – Velma Middleton
Back of cover and insert indicate Mono, while disc indicates Stereo.
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