'Tracks 1, 3, 4, 5 and 9: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars - rec. Live In Europe July 1967 - probably Copenhagen
Tracks 2 and 7: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars - rec. Live in Europe July 1967
Track 8: Broadcast from 'Bing Crosby Show' San Francisco - January 18, 1950
Track 11: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars - rec. Nov. 23, 1948 New York City
Track 13: Louis Armstrong & Bigband - directed by 'Big Sid Catlett' - rec. Live at 'Carnegie Hall' - Febr. 8, 1947 New York City
(Remastered) 'Compilation ℗ 1987 PolyGram Records Inc. , USA
Made by SKC in Korea on disc.'[discogs]
- Individual Track Selection
- Selected Discography
A Jordi Vall Escru Film:
- Quantum Leap Propaganda
- DVD Executive Producers
- Kim Lyon & Gary Peet'[discogs]
(EP Compilation Mono) 'First catalog # on sleeve, 2nd on lablels.
A side - Louis Armstong And His Hot Seven, Recorded Los Angeles October 6, 1946.
B side - Louis Armstrong with Leonard Feather's Esquire All-Americans. Recorded New York January 10, 1946.
Laminated sleeve with flipbacks.
On sleeve: A 'New Orthophonic' High Fidelity 45RPM Recording. RCA Records London S.W.9. Made in England. B&M.
On labels: Master Recording of Radio Corporation of America. 'New Orthophonic' High Fidelity. Made in Great Britain.
Mat. Nos. I Want A Little Girl (D6VB-2149), Sugar (D6VB-2150), Long, Long Journey (D6VC-5020), Snafu (D6VC-5021).'[discogs]
Stated as 'Live Recording.' 12 page booklet glued on the front of jacket.[discogs]