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Someday - Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* - An Evening With Louis Armstrong And His All Stars In Concert At The Pasadena Civic Auditorium (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Shop 41 records for sale for album Louis armstrong his all stars by Louis Armstrong on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. Forum 1; Blog 1; an evening with louis armstrong and his all stars in concert at the pasadena civic auditorium louis armstrong and his all stars (3 lp, box set, booklet) Cbs - France - - -.
  3. Dec 02,  · Louis Armstrong performs with his All Stars in Terry Teachout's new biography of Armstrong is based in part on a cache of backstage and after-hours conversations that Armstrong recorded for.
  4. The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions Mosaic # [Limited Collectors Edition, Original Recording Remastered, Box Set] Someday (Live ( Pasadena Civic Auditorium)) by Louis Armstrong & The All-Stars. Someday (Live ( Pasadena Civic Auditorium)) The period here includes his All Stars of with Earl Hines, Jack 5/5(11).
  5. Jun 04,  · When he broke up his big band in , he formed a sextet called The Louis Armstrong All-Stars that made it possible economically for him to become a world traveler. His popularity grew steadily.
  6. motion picture | Short film (under 30 minutes). "The bucket's got a hole in it" by Clarence Williams; "Mack the Knife" by Marc Blitzstein, Kurt Weill. (Songs). Louis Armstrong and His All Stars: Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal; Trummy Young, trombone; Edmond Hall, clarinet; Billy Kyle, piano; Jack Lesberg, acoustic double bass; Barrett Deems, drums. (Personnel On Camera). .
  7. Here are Louis Armstrong and his All Stars at two different locations in San Francisco , doing what they loved and did best: playing Jazz of a quality defying description, and, as Louis would have said “pleasing the people”. From the roars of applause that greet Louis Armstrong, every track on this album reveals the All-Stars at the.
  8. Louis Armstrong and his All Stars were featured at the ninth Cavalcade of Jazz concert also at Wrigley Field in Los Angeles produced by Leon Hefflin Sr. held on June 7, along with Shorty Rogers, Roy Brown, Don Tosti and His Mexican Jazzmen, Earl Bostic, and Nat "King" Cole. A jazz ambassador.

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