His Greatest Years 1925-1928

Louis Armstrong - His Greatest Years 1925-1928

1972

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His Greatest Years 1925-1928 (+ Booklet, 4 Insets)
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2C 152-05166-9
1972, France+ Booklet
26,91 €
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LP-Box - Louis Armstrong - His Greatest Years 1925-1928 - + Booklet
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Tracklist
1
Don't Jive Me
1
My Heart
1
No One Else But You
2
Beau Koo Jack
2
West End Blues
2
Yes! I'm In The Barrel
3
Gut Bucket Blues
3
Save It Pretty Mama
3
Sugar Foot Strut
4
Two Deuces
4
Weather Bird
4
Come Back Sweet Papa
5
Muggles
5
Georgia Grind
5
Squeeze Me
6
Knee Drops
6
Heah Me Talkin' To Ya
6
Heebie Jeebies
7
No Papa No
7
St. James Infirmary
7
Cornet Chop Suey
8
Oriental Strut
8
Basin Street Blues
8
Tight Like This
1
You're Next
2
Muskrat Ramble
3
Don't Forget To Mess Around
4
I'm Gonna Gitcha
5
Dropping Shucks
6
Who'sit
7
The King Of The Zulus
8
Big Fat Ma And Skinny Pa
1
Lonesome Blues
2
Sweet Little Papa
3
Jazz Lips
4
Skid-Dat-De-Dat
5
I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man
6
Sunset Cafe Stomp
7
You Made Me Love You
8
Irish Black Bottom
1
Willie The Weeper
2
Wild Man Blues
3
Chicago Breakdown
4
Alligator Crawl
5
Potato Head Blues
6
Melancholy Blues
7
Weary Blues
8
Twelfth Street Rag
1
Keyhole Blues
2
S.O.L. Blues
3
Gully Blues
4
That's When I'll Come Back To You
5
Put 'Em Down Blues
6
Ory's Creole Trombone
7
The Last Time
8
Struttin' With Some Barbecue
1
Got No Blues
2
Once In A While
3
I'm Not Rough
4
Hotter Than That
5
Savoy Blues
6
Fireworks
7
Skip The Gutter
8
A Monday Date
credits
Vocals [Refrain]
Lil Hardin
Vocals
Earl Hines
Tuba
Pete Briggs
Trombone [Probably]
John Thomas
Trombone
Fred Robinson
Tenor Saxophone
Jimmy Strong
Slide Whistle
Louis Armstrong
Piano
Earl Hines
Photography By [Front]
Jacques Combet
Guitar
Lonnie Johnson
Drums
Baby Dodds
Cornet
Louis Armstrong
Clarinet
Jimmy Strong
Banjo
Johnny St. Cyr
Alto Saxophone
Don Redman