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A Song Was Born - Louis Armstrong - More Greatest Hits (CD)

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  1. Album: "Louie Armstrong with the Duke Ellington Orchestra: I'm Beginning to See the Light" (Diplomat Records). Single: "Threepenny Opera" (Coronet Records). () Stage: Wrote "Ambassador Satch," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Andrew De Sheilds and Harriet D. Foy in the cast.
  2. Dec 11,  · I can't believe I haven't done a Satchmo countdown yet. Shame on me! Louis Armstrong was a singer, trumpeter, and corneter whose influence on jazz music is .
  3. Louis Armstrong, the leading trumpeter and one of the most influential artists in jazz history. He was also a bandleader, singer, film star, and comedian. With his great sensitivity, technique, and capacity to express emotion, Armstrong led in the development of jazz into a fine art.
  4. Apr 28,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Louis Armstrong - A Song Was Born YouTube Louis Armstrong - (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue - New York, - .
  5. This is, after all, Louis's greatest hits.) Their two voices do blend rather well, hitting similar low notes, especially in "The Preacher," the last tune on the CD. An American icon, Armstrong was born July 4, , and died July 6, /5(7).
  6. May 22,  · This song is from the Broadway musical and Armstrong did his own lively rendition of the tune. It is up-tempo and you can hear his early jazz influences on his version of the song. It became a signature song for him. The Armstrong version of the song was brought into the Grammy Hall of Fame in the year 1.”What A Wonderful World”.
  7. Far from Louis' "All-Time Greatest Hits", but this is good collection of later recordings. Listen. You almost can't go wrong with Satch; but a single CD of his greatest cuts is pretty near impossible. Of course, this says "Hits" and what one might classify as hits And then there are label rights. So/5().
  8. This disc is a good companion to RCA's first 'Greatest Hits' compilation for the Louis Armstrong neophyte. Of course, any experienced aficionado of Pops need not 4/5(1).

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