Louis Armstrong - Columbia and RCA Victor Live Recordings 9CD (2014) Box Set
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Louis Armstrong - Columbia and RCA Victor Live Recordings 9CD (2014) Box Set

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Artist: Louis Armstrong
Title Of Album: Columbia and RCA Victor Live Recordings
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Mosaic Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 11:07:12 min
Total Size: 1.49 / 2.81 GB
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DISC I
Town Hall, NYC
1. Introduction by Fred Robbins (A) 0:42
2. Cornet Chop Suey (A) 2:45
(Louis Armstrong)
3. Our Monday Date (A) 2:53
(Earl Hines)
4. Dear Old Southland (A) 3:30
(H. Creamer-T. Layton)
5. Big Butter And Egg Man (A) 4:05
(Clare-Friend-Santly)
6. Tiger Rag (A) 5:23
(Original Dixieland Jazz Band)
7. Struttin' With Some Barbecue (A) 3:15
(Lillian Hardin Armstrong)
8. Sweethearts On Parade (A) 4:26
(C. Lombardo-C. Newman)
9. St. Louis Blues (A) 3:20
(W.C. Handy)
10. Pennies From Heaven (A) 3:40
(A. Johnston-J. Burke)
11. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (A) 4:37
(J. McHugh-D. Fields)
12. I Can't Give You Anything But Love (A) 3:10
(D. Fields-J. McHugh)
13. Back O' Town Blues (A) 4:08
(L. Armstrong-L. Russell)
14. Ain't Misbehavin' (A) 3:56
(Waller-Razaf-Brooks)
15. Rockin' Chair (A) 5:03
(Hoagy Carmichael)
16. Muskrat Ramble (A) 2:03
(Armstrong-Gilbert-Ory)
17. Save It, Pretty Mama (A) 4:20
(Davis-Denniker-Redman)
18. St. James Infirmary (A) 3:30
(Joe Primrose)
19. Royal Garden Blues (A) 3:43
(S. Williams-C. Williams)
20. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans (A) 3:30
(L. Alter-E. DeLange)
21. Jack Armstrong Blues (A) 4:27
(L. Armstrong-J. Teagarden)
DISC II
Carnegie Hall, NYC, 1947
1. Introduction by Fred Robbins (B) 2:48
2. Royal Garden Blues (B) 5:31
(S. Williams-C. Williams)
3. Stars Fell On Alabama (B) 5:36
(M. Parish-F. Perkins)
4. Lover (B) 2:36
(R. Rodgers-L. Hart)
5. I Cried For You (B) 4:51
(Freed-Arnheim-Lyman)
6. Tea For Two (B) 4:54
(I. Caesar-V. Youmans)
7. Body And Soul (B) 6:10
(Green-Heyman-Eyton-Sour)
8. Back O' Town Blues (B) 6:07
(L. Armstrong-L. Russell)
9. Steak Face (B) 8:04
(Louis Armstrong)
10. Intermission announcement by Fred Robbins (B) 1:29
11. Mahogany Hall Stomp (B) 4:35
(Spencer Williams)
12. High Society (B) 4:33
(A.J. Piron-C. Williams)
13. Basin Street Blues (B) 4:38
(Spencer Williams)
14. Baby Won't You Please Come Home (B) 2:52
(C. Warfield-C. Williams)
15. Rockin' Chair (B) 5:10
(Hoagy Carmichael)
16. C-Jam Blues (B) 4:57
(Duke Ellington)
DISC III
Carnegie Hall, NYC, 1947 (con’t)
1. How High The Moon (B) 5:54
(N. Hamilton-M. Lewis)
2. Mop Mop (B) 6:02
(Coleman Hawkins)
3. St. James Infirmary (B) 3:25
(Joe Primrose)
4. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues / Concert Closing (B) 1:57
(H. Arlen-T. Koehler)
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands
5. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (C) 3:27
(C. Muse-L. Rene-O. Rene)
6. (Back Home Again In) Indiana (C) 4:23
(J. Hanley-B. MacDonald)
7. Tin Roof Blues (C) 4:30
(Pollack-Brunies-Rappolo-Stitzel-Mares)
8. Dardanella (C) 3:00
(Fisher-Bernard-Black)
9. Back O’ Town Blues (C) 4:43
(L. Armstrong-L. Russell)
10. Undecided (C) 3:40
(S. Robin-C. Shavers)
11. Muskat Ramble (C) 5:40
(Armstrong-Gilbert-Ory)
12. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (C) 1:11
(Muse-L. Rene-O. Rene)
Vieux Colombier Club, Paris, France
13. Edward R. Murrow interviews Louis Armstrong (D) 7:00
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles
14. George Avakian interviews Louis Armstrong (F) 16:44
DISC IV
Teatro Leonardo Da Vinci, Milan, Italy
1. (Back Home Again In) Indiana (E) 4:17
(J. Hanley-B. MacDonald)
2. Someday You’ll Be Sorry (E) (-2) 3:25
(J. Spikes-B. Spikes)
3. Someday You’ll Be Sorry (E) (-4) 3:25
(J. Spikes-B. Spikes)
4. Clarinet Marmalade (-5) (with announcements) (E) 2:15
(Shields-Edwards-Ragas-LaRocca-Sbarbaro)
5. West End Blues (E) 4:17
(J. Oliver- C. Williams)
6. Royal Garden Blues (E) 5:10
(S. Williams-C. Williams)
7. The Faithful Hussar (LP take) (E) 6:11
(L. Armstrong-H. Frantzen)
8. The Faithful Hussar (78 & 45 take) (E) 3:35
(L. Armstrong-H. Frantzen)
9. Tiger Rag (-1) (E) 2:55
(Original Dixieland Jazz Band)
10. Tiger Rag (-2) (E) 4:00
(Original Dixieland Jazz Band)
11. You Can Depend On Me (plus announcements) (E) 5:21
(Dunlap-Carpenter-Hines)
12. The Lonesome Road (E) 3:28
(G. Austin-N. Shilkret)
13. That’s A Plenty (-3) (E) 3:49
(L. Pollack-R. Gilbert)
14. That’s A Plenty (-4) (E) 2:42
(L. Pollack-R. Gilbert)
15. Dardanella (-2) (E) 2:44
(Fisher-Bernard-Black)
16. Dardanella (-3 and announcement) (E) 3:02
(Fisher-Bernard-Black)
Carnegie Hall, NYC, 1956
17. Mack The Knife (G) 4:05
(Blitzstein-Brecht-Weill)
Empress Hall, London
18. My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It (H) 3:03
(Clarence Williams)
Accra, Ghana
19. All For You, Louis (Sly Mongoose) (I) 3:02
(P.D.)
20. Royal Garden Blues (I) 3:43
(S. Williams-C. Williams)
DISC V
Medina Temple, Chicago
1. Medley (J) 4:47:
Flee As A Bird To The Mountain
(M. Dana-G. Root)
Oh Didn’t He Ramble
(W.C. Handy)
2. Medley (J) 4:26:
Memphis Blues
(Handy-Robinson)
Frankie And Johnny
(trad)
Tiger Rag
(Original Dixieland Jazz Band)
3. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans (J) 5:06
(L. Alter-E. DeLange)
4. Basin Street Blues (J) 5:42
(Spencer Williams)
5. Black And Blue (J) 3:31
(Razaf-Brooks-Waller)
6. West End Blues (J) 4:17
(J. Oliver- C. Williams)
7. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (J) 3:29
(J. McHugh-D. Fields)
8. Struttin’ With Some Barbecue (J) 5:15
(Lillian Hardin Armstrong)
9. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (J) 1:27
(Muse-L. Rene-O. Rene)
10. Medley (J) 3:48:
Manhattan
(R. Rodgers-L. Hart)
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South
(Muse-L. Rene-O. Rene)
11. Indiana (J) 4:27
(J. Hanley-B. MacDonald)
12. The Gypsy (J) 4:52
(William Gordon Reid)
13. The Faithful Hussar (J) 5:58
(L. Armstrong-H. Frantzen)
14. Rockin’ Chair (J) 4:21
(Hoagy Carmichael)
15. My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It (J) 5:17
(Clarence Williams)
16. Perdido (J) 3:27
(Juan Tizol)
17. Clarinet Marmalade (J) 4:03
(Shields-Edwards-Ragas-LaRocca-Sbarbaro)
18. Mack The Knife (J) 3:47
(Blitzstein-Brecht-Weill)
DISC VI
Medina Temple, Chicago (con’t)
1. Medley (J) 6:10:
Tenderly
(Lawrence-Plante-Gross)
You’ll Never Walk Alone
(R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein)
2. Stompin’ At The Savoy (J) 7:21
(Goodman-Razaf-Sampson-Webb)
3. Margie (J) 3:19
(Conrad-Davis-Robinson)
4. Big Mama’s Back In Town (J) 3:19
(L. Armstrong-V. Middleton)
5. That’s My Desire (J) 4:30
(H. Kresa-C. Loveday)
6. Ko Ko Mo (J) 3:40
(Frost-Porter-Wilson)
7. When The Saints Go Marchin’ In (J) 4:23
(Traditional)
8. The Star Spangled Banner (J) 1:52
(Francis Scott Key)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles
9. Twelfth Street Rag (master -6) (F) 4:59
(E. Bowman-A. Razaf)
10. Six Foot Four (master take -6 and -9) (F) 2:25
(Armstrong-Avakian-Frantzen)
11. All Of Me (master take -6 and -9) (F) 4:16
(G. Marks-S. Simon)
12. When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along (master -8) (F) 2:05
(Harry Woods)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles (alternate takes)
13. Twelfth Street Rag (alt tk.-3 with announcements) (F) 6:49
(E.Bowman-A. Razaf)
14. Twelfth Street Rag (alt tk.-5) (F) 4:55
(E.Bowman-A. Razaf)
15. Six Foot Four (alt tk.-2) (F) 3:30
(Armstrong-Avakian-Frantzen)
16. All Of Me (alt tk.-3) (F) 4:35
(G. Marks-S. Simon)
17. All Of Me (alt tk.-7) (F) 3:48
(G. Marks-S. Simon)
18. When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along (alt tk.-6) (F) 2:05
(Harry Woods)
DISC VII
Lewisohn Stadium, NYC, Rehearsal
1. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (L) 4:12
(H. Creamer-T. Layton)
2. Mahogany Hall Stomp (-1) (L) 3:59
(Spencer Williams)
3. Mahogany Hall Stomp (-2) (L) 3:59
(Spencer Williams)
4. Blueberry Hill (-1) (L) 3:00
(Lewis-Rose-Stock)
5. Blueberry Hill (-5) (L) 4:14
(Lewis-Rose-Stock)
6. Mack The Knife (L) 4:00
(Blitzstein-Brecht-Weill)
Lewisohn Stadium, NYC, Concert
7. St. Louis Blues (Concerto Grosso) (M) 12:11
(W.C. Handy)
8. Bernstein addresses audience (M) 0:30
9. Bernstein speech (M) 1:05
10. St. Louis Blues (Concerto Grosso) (M) 9:15
(W.C. Handy)
11. Armstrong speech (M) 0:45
12. When The Saints Go Marchin’ In (M) 4:40
(trad.)
13. Basin Street Blues (M) 6:01
(Spencer Williams)
14. Murrow speech (M) 0:25
15. St. Louis Blues (Concerto Grosso) (M) 10:01
(W.C. Handy)
16. Murrow says good night (M) 0:20
DISC VIII
Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, 1956
1. Introduction by Willis Conover (K) 1:20
2. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (K) 3:09
(Muse-L. Rene-O. Rene)
3. Indiana (K) 4:16
(J. Hanley-B. MacDonald)
4. The Gypsy (K) 4:25
(William Gordon Reid)
5. Medley (K) 5:36
Bugle Blues
(Traditional)
Ole Miss
(Traditional)
6. Tin Roof Blues (K) 4:30
(Pollack-Brunies-Rappolo-Stitzel-Mares)
7. My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It (K) 4:30
(Clarence Williams)
8. Perdido (K) 3:09
(Juan Tizol)
9. You Made Me Love You (K) 4:17
(J. McCarthy-J. Monaco)
10. Whispering (K) 3:18
(Coburn-Rose-Schonberger)
11. Mack The Knife (K) 3:55
(Blitzstein-Brecht-Weill)
12. Stompin’ At The Savoy (K) 5:10
(Goodman-Razaf-Sampson-Webb)
13. Undecided (K) 3:24
(S. Robin-C. Shavers)
14. Big Mama’s Back In Town (K) 3:10
(L. Armstrong-V. Middleton)
15. Ko Ko Mo (K) 3:06
(Frost-Porter-Wilson)
16. Mop Mop (K) 2:04
(Coleman Hawkins)
17. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (K) 1:35
(Muse-L. Rene-O. Rene)
Newport Jazz Festival, Newport 1958
18. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (N) 6:23
(J. McHugh-D. Fields)
DISC IX
Newport Jazz Festival, Newport 1958 (con’t)
1. Interview with Armstrong and Willis Conover (O)
2. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (O) 1:22
(Muse-L. Rene-O. Rene)
3. Pretty Little Missy (O) 3:05
(L. Armstrong-B. Kyle)
4. Lazy River (O) 4:28
(H. Carmichael-S. Arodin)
5. Tiger Rag (O) 3:11
(Original Dixieland Jazz Band)
6. Now You Has Jazz (O) 4:56
(Cole Porter)
7. High Society Calypso (O) 3:51
(Cole Porter)
8. Ole Miss (O) 5:01
(Traditional)
9. Girl Of My Dreams (O) 3:47
(Sunny Clapp)
10. After You’ve Gone (O) 2:21
(H. Creamer-T. Layton)
11. These Foolish Things (O) 3:37
(Strachey-Marvell-Link)
12. Mack The Knife (O) 3:26
(Blitzstein-Brecht-Weill)
13. Medley (O) 4:45:
Tenderly
(Lawrence-Plante-Gross)
You’ll Never Walk Alone
(R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein)
14. Stompin’ At The Savoy (O) 5:15
(Goodman-Razaf-Sampson-Webb)
15. Undecided (O) 2:16
(S. Robin-C. Shavers)
16. St. Louis Blues (O) 6:42
(W.C. Handy)
17. Ko Ko Mo (O) 3:00
(Frost-Porter-Wilson)
18. When The Saints Go Marchin’ In (O) 0:39
(Traditional)
19. Rockin’ Chair (P) 5:17
(Hoagy Carmichael)
20. Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (P) 3:07
(C. Warfield-C. Williams)
21. Pennies From Heaven (P) 2:51
(A. Johnston-J. Burke)
22. When The Saints Go Marchin’ In (P) 1:48
(Traditional)
23. The Star Spangled Banner (P) 1:54
(Francis Scott Key)
Line-up/Musicians
(A) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Dick Cary (p), Bob Haggart (b), George Wettling (d).
Town Hall, NYC
May 17, 1947, 11:30 P.M.
JR 19115 Introduction by Fred Robbins RCA Vic (F) PM 45374
JR 19115 Cornet Chop Suey -
JR 19115 Our Monday Date (LA-vcl) -
JR 19115 Dear Old Southland (Armstrong and Cary only) -
JR 19115 Big Butter And Egg Man (LA-vcl) -
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Bobby Hackett (cor), Jack Teagarden (tb, vcl), Peanuts Hucko (cl), Dick Cary (p), Bob Haggart (b), Sid Catlett -1, George Wettling -2 (d).
Same concert
JR 19115 Tiger Rag -1 RCA Vic (F) PM 45374
JR 19116 Struttin' With Some Barbecue -1 -
JR 19116 Sweethearts On Parade (LA-vcl) -1 -
JR 19116 St. Louis Blues -1 -
D8-VC 76-1 Pennies From Heaven (LA-vcl) -1 RCA Vic 40-4005 (12” 78)
JR 19116 On The Sunny Side Of The Street (LA-vcl) -1 RCA Vic (F) PM 45374
JR 19117 I Can't Give You Anything But Love (LA-vcl) -1 -
D8-VC 75-1 Back O' Town Blues (LA-vcl) -1 RCA Vic 40-4006 (12” 78)
D8-VC 73-1 Ain't Misbehavin' (LA-vcl) -1 RCA Vic 40-4005 (12” 78)
D8-VC 74-1 Rockin' Chair (LA, JT-vcl) -1 RCA Vic 40-4004 (12” 78)
JR 19117 Muskrat Ramble -2 RCA Vic (F) PM 45374
D8-VC 77-1 Save It, Pretty Mama (LA-vcl) -2 RCA Vic 40-4004 (12” 78)
D8-VC 78-1 St. James Infirmary (JT-vcl) -2 RCA Vic 40-4006 (12” 78)
JR 19118 Royal Garden Blues -2 RCA Vic (F) PM 45374
JR 19118 Do You Know What It Means
To Miss New Orleans (LA-vcl) -2 -
JR 19118 Jack Armstrong Blues (JT-vcl) -1 -
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(B) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Jack Teagarden (tb, vcl), Barney Bigard (cl), Dick Cary (p), Arvell Shaw (b), Sid Catlett (d), Velma Middleton (vcl).
Carnegie Hall, NYC
November 15-16, 1947
11:30 p.m. - 2:30 a.m.
LD1 Intros by Fred Robbins and Louis Armstrong previously unissued
LD1 Muskrat Ramble unissued
LD1 What Did I Do To Be So Black And Blue -
LD2 Royal Garden Blues previously unissued
LD2 Stars Fell On Alabama (JT-vcl) -
LD3 Lover -
LD3 I Cried For You (VM-vcl) -
LD3 Buzz Me Baby unissued
LD4 Tea For Two previously unissued
LD4 Body And Soul -
LD5 Back O' Town Blues (LA-vcl) -
LD5 Steak Face -
LD6 Intermission announcement by Fred Robbins -
LD6 Mahogany Hall Stomp -
LD6 Dear Old Southland unissued
LD6 When The Saints Go Marchin’ In unissued, no longer exists
LD7 High Society previously unissued
LD7 Basin Street Blues (JT-vcl) -
LD7/8 Baby Won't You Please Come Home (JT-vcl) -
LD8 Rockin' Chair (LA, JT-vcl) -
LD8 Velma’s Blues (VM-vcl) unissued, no longer exists
LD9 Velma’s Dance (VM-vcl) -
LD9 C-Jam Blues previously unissued
LD9 How High The Moon -
LD10 St. Louis Blues unissued
LD10 That’s My Desire unissued, no longer exists
LD11 Mop Mop previously unissued
LD11 St. James Infirmary (JT-vcl) -
LD11 Panama unissued, no longer exists
LD11 I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues (closing anncmnt) previously unissued
Note: Originally recorded on lacquer discs at 33 1/3 rpm, this concert was transferred to ¼” tape in 1952. The “matrices” shown above represent which side of the lacquer disc (LD) was used for each tune title.
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(C) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Trummy Young (tb, vcl), Edmond Hall (cl, vcl), Billy Kyle (p), Arvell Shaw (b, vcl), Barrett Deems (d), Velma Middleton (vcl).
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands
October 30, 1955
CO 55568 When It’s Sleepy
Time Down South (LA-vcl) Col CL 1077
JR 16312-B (Back Home Again In) Indiana -
Blueberry Hill (LA-vcl) unissued
Pretty Little Missy (LA-vcl) -
CO 55571 Tin Roof Blues Col CL 840
My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It (EH-vcl) unissued
Perdido -
CO 55570 Dardanella Col CL 840
The Man I Love unissued
JR 16312-B Back O’Town Blues (LA-vcl) previously unissued
CO 55569 Undecided Col CL 840
Velma’s Blues (VM-vcl) unissued
Ko Ko Mo (LA, VM-vcl) -
Mop Mop -
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South -
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South -
When The Saints Go Marchin’ In (LA-vcl) -
C’est Si Bon (LA-vcl) -
Basin Street Blues (LA-vcl) -
Rockin’ Chair (TY-vcl) -
RHCO 33681 Muskrat Ramble Col CL 840
St. James Infirmary (AS-vcl) unissued
All Of Me (VM-vcl) -
St. Louis Blues (LA, VM-vcl) -
JR 16312-B When It’s Sleepy
Time Down South (LA-vcl) previously unissued
Note: Back Home Again In Indiana appeared on Columbia CL 1077 but without the bass solo which is being released here for the first time.
The two unissued versions of When It’s Sleepy Time Down South are only short performances used as intermission material.
Some discographies state that Muskrat Ramble is from either a Milan concert of December 19, 1955, a studio session in Milan right after that concert, or the Los Angeles studio session of January 24, 1956 (even though it possesses an RHCO matrix number. Refer to the liner notes for more details.)
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(D) Louis Armstrong, Edward R. Murrow (speaking).
Vieux Colombier Club, Paris, France
c. November 17-December 6, 1955
no matrix Paris Interview previously unissued
Note: This was initially recorded for the television program See It Now - Two American Originals of which excerpts first appeared on the Columbia LP CL 1077 (Satchmo The Great).
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(E) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Trummy Young (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Arvell Shaw (b), Barrett Deems (d).
Columbia/Philips Session
Teatro Leonardo da Vinci, Milan, Italy
December 20, 1955, 1:00 A.M.
Supervised by George Avakian
JR 25607-B (Back Home Again In) Indiana (tk.-1) unissued, no longer exists
JR 25607-B (Back Home Again In) Indiana (tk.-2) BOM 12-6547
CO 56149-BD, -5 Someday You’ll Be Sorry (LA-vcl) unissued, no longer exists
CO 56149-2 Someday You’ll Be Sorry (LA-vcl) Col CK 64926 (CD)
CO 56149-3 Someday You’ll Be Sorry (LA-vcl) unissued
CO 56149-4 Someday You’ll Be Sorry (LA-vcl) Col CK 47916 (CD)
CO 55577-1, -2, -3 Clarinet Marmalade (all takes are BDs) unissued
CO 55577-4 Clarinet Marmalade -
CO 55577-5 Clarinet Marmalade (with announcements) Col CK 64926 (CD)
CO 55572-1/2 West End Blues (LA-vcl) Col CL 840
RHCO 33679-1 Royal Garden Blues -
CO 55573-1 thru -5 The Faithful Hussar (LA-vcl) see “Note” below
CO 55573-no take # The Faithful Hussar (LA-vcl) Col 40711 (78 & 45)
CO 55573-no take # The Faithful Hussar (LA-vcl) Col CL 840
CO 55576-reh Tiger Rag unissued
CO 55576-BD Tiger Rag -
CO 55576-1 Tiger Rag Phil (Du) B21815H
CO 55576-2 Tiger Rag Col CL 840
JR 16322-B You Can Depend On Me (reh) unissued
JR 16322-B You Can Depend On Me (tk.-1) previously unissued
JR 16322-B The Lonesome Road (LA, ens.-vcl) (reh) -
JR 16322-B That’s A Plenty (tk.-1, FS) unissued
JR 16322-B That’s A Plenty (tk.-2, FS) -
JR 16322-B That’s A Plenty (tk.-3) previously unissued
JR 16322-B That’s A Plenty (tk.-4) -
JR 16322-B Dardanella (tk.-1, BD) unissued
JR 16322-B Dardanella (tk.-2) previously unissued
JR 16322-B Dardanella (tk.-3) -
Note: The French introductions by Armstrong for Clarinet Marmalade are released here for the first time.
West End Blues is a composite of takes -1 and -2.
Royal Garden Blues, although possessing an RHCO matrix prefix, is from this session and not the January 24, 1956 session in Los Angeles (see liner notes for more details).
Both issues of The Faithful Hussar were composites of 5 different takes.
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(F) Same as (E) except add Trummy Young (vcl).
Columbia Studios, LA, January 24, 1956
Supervised by George Avakian
RHCO 33679-reh (-1), -2 Twelfth Street Rag unissued
RHCO 33679-3 Twelfth Street Rag previously unissued
RHCO 33679-BD (-4) Twelfth Street Rag unissued
RHCO 33679-5 Twelfth Street Rag previously unissued
RHCO 33679-6 Twelfth Street Rag Col CL 840
RHCO 33680-FS (-1) Six Foot Four (LA-vcl) unissued
RHCO 33680-2 Six Foot Four (LA-vcl) Col CK 47916 (CD)
RHCO 33680-3, -4, -5 Six Foot Four (LA-vcl) unissued
RHCO 33680-6 / 9 Six Foot Four (LA, TY-vcl) Col 40662 , 4-40662
RHCO 33680-7, -8 Six Foot Four (LA, TY-vcl) unissued
RHCO 33681-BD(-1), FS(-2) All Of Me (LA-vcl) -
RHCO 33681-3 All Of Me (LA-vcl) previously unissued
RHCO 33681-FS(-4), BD(-5) All Of Me (LA-vcl) unissued
RHCO 33681-6 / 9 All Of Me (LA-vcl) Col CL 840
RHCO 33681-7 All Of Me (LA-vcl) previously unissued
RHCO 33681-8 All Of Me (LA-vcl) unissued
RHCO 33682-1, -5 When The Red, Red Robin
Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’
Along (LA-vcl) -
RHCO 33682-6 When The Red, Red Robin
Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’
Along (LA-vcl) previously unissued
RHCO 33682-FS (-7) When The Red, Red Robin
Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’
Along (LA-vcl) unissued
RHCO 33682-8 When The Red, Red Robin
Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’
Along (LA-vcl) Col 40662 , 4-40662
Louis Armstrong, George Avakian (speaking)
Same session
JR 5028 H #4B “Milan” interview previously unissued
Note: Columbia Records allocated alternate matrix numbers on All Of Me (CO 55574) and Twelfth Street Rag (CO 55575). These two titles are not from the Milan session as has been noted in prior discographies, but rather from this studio session.
The master take of Twelfth Street Rag is a composite of -3, -5 and -6. See the liner notes for more details.
The issued takes of Six Foot Four and All Of Me are composites of takes 6 and 9.
Some 45 and CD reissues (not listed here) have audience reactions dubbed in on When The Red, Red Robin Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along and some CD reissues with a trumpet solo from one of the other takes.
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(G) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Trummy Young (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Arvell Shaw (b), Barrett Deems (d).
Carnegie Hall, March 17, 1956
CO 59813 Mack The Knife (LA-vcl) Col CL 1077
Note: Some discographies list this performance as from the July 14, 1956 Lewisohn Stadium concert.
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(H) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Trummy Young (tb), Edmond Hall (cl, vcl), Billy Kyle (p), Arvell Shaw (b), Barrett Deems (d).
Empress Hall, London, May 1956
L470 My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It (LA, EH-vcl) previously unissued
Note: The above was synched to match the filmed performance in the movie Satchmo The Great. A version of Mack The Knife also exists from this concert but is not included in this set. The matrix number reflects the only extant source we have of this performance which comes from the New York Public Library.
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(I) Louis Armstrong (tp), Trummy Young (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Dale Jones (b), unidentified Ghanaian musicians, singers and dancers.
Accra, Ghana, May 24, 1956
CO 59101 All For You, Louis (Sly Mongoose) previously unissued
Louis Armstrong (tp), Trummy Young (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Dale Jones (b), Barrett Deems (d).
Concert, Accra, Ghana, May 24, 1956
JR 34351 Royal Garden Blues previously unissued
Note: What Did I Do To Be So Black And Blue and Ole Miss also exist from this concert but they are heavily edited and are not included in this set. All For You, Louis was released on Columbia CL 1077 but was also edited. This is the first release of the complete performance.
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(J) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Trummy Young (tb, vcl), Edmond Hall (cl, vcl), Billy Kyle (p), Dale Jones (b), Barrett Deems (d), Velma Middleton (vcl).
Medina Temple, Chicago, June 1, 1956
CO 57173 Medley:
Flee As A Bird To The Mountain /
Oh Didn’t He Ramble (LA-vcl) Col CL 1077
AL 36427 Medley:
Memphis Blues / Frankie And Johnny /
Tiger Rag Col C2 36426
CO 57172 Do You Know What It Means To
Miss New Orleans (LA-vcl) -
AL 36427 Basin Street Blues (LA-vcl) -
CO 57175 Black And Blue (LA-vcl) Col CL 1077
AL 36427 West End Blues (LA-vcl) Col C2 36426
CO 57170 On The Sunny Side Of The Street (LA-vcl) -
BL 36427 Struttin’ With Some Barbecue Col CL 2638
BL 36427 When It’s Sleepy Time Down South Col C2K 65119 (CD)
BL 36427 Medley:
Manhattan
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (LA-vcl) Col C2 36426
CO 56406 (Back Home Again In) Indiana Col CL 931
BL 36427 The Gypsy (LA-vcl) Col C2 36426
AL 36428 The Faithful Hussar (LA-vcl) -
AL 36428 Rockin’ Chair (LA, TY-vcl) -
AL 36428 My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It (LA, EH-vcl) -
AL 36428 Perdido -
AL 36428 Clarinet Marmalade -
AL 36428 Mack The Knife (LA-vcl) -
BL 36428 Medley:
Tenderly
You’ll Never Walk Alone -
BL 36428 Stompin’ At The Savoy -
BL 36428 Margie (TY-vcl) -
BL 36428 Big Mama’s Back In Town (VM-vcl) -
BL 36428 That’s My Desire (LA, VM-vcl) -
BL 36428 Ko Ko Mo (LA, VM-vcl) -
BL 36428 When The Saints
Go Marchin’ In (LA, band-vcl) Col C2K 65119 (CD)
BL 36428 The Star Spangled Banner -
Note: Prior releases of Indiana have been issued with the bass solo edited out. This title has also been incorrectly noted as being from the July 6, 1956 Newport Jazz Festival.
Black And Blue was given an incorrect matrix number (CO 57170) and listed as being from the Lewisohn Concert on the Satchmo The Great LP. Armstrong’s solo on this title was heavily edited from this LP release as well.
All earlier releases of When The Saints Go Marchin’ In, except for the Columbia CD C2K 65119, are shortened versions.
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(K) Same as (J).
Newport, R.I., July 6, 1956
JR 25320B When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (LA-vcl) previously unissued
CO 56406 (Back Home Again In) Indiana -
JR 25320B The Gypsy (LA-vcl) -
CO 56409 Bugle Blues / Ole Miss Col CL 931
JR 25320B Tin Roof Blues BOM 21-6547
JR 25320B My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It (LA, EH-vcl) previously unissued
JR 25320B Perdido -
JR 25320B You Made Me Love You -
CO 56408 Whispering Col CL 931
CO 56407 Mack The Knife (LA-vcl) previously unissued
JR 25320B Stompin’ At The Savoy -
JR 25320B Undecided -
JR 25320B Big Mama’s Back In Town (VM-vcl) -
JR 25320B Ko Ko Mo (LA, VM-vcl) BOM 21-6547
JR 25320B Mop Mop previously unissued
JR 25320B When It’s Sleepy Time Down South -
Note: On Columbia CL 931 two other titles are shown as being from this concert but they are from other locations (Indiana from the Medina Concert and Mack The Knife which is a composite from an unused September 28, 1955 studio session take and the July 14, 1956 Lewisohn rehearsal performance).
Both Bugle Blues / Ole Miss and Whispering were edited for the LP release.
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(L) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Trummy Young (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Dale Jones (b), Barrett Deems (d).
Lewisohn Stadium rehearsal
NYC, July 14, 1956
CO 57176-reh Way Down Yonder In New Orleans unissued
CO 57176-FS Way Down Yonder In New Orleans -
CO 57176-1 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans Col CK 47916 (CD)
CO 57174-1 Mahogany Hall Stomp previously unissued
CO 57174-2 Mahogany Hall Stomp Col CL 1077
CO 57171-1 Blueberry Hill (LA-vcl) previously unissued
CO 57171-2,-3,-4(BD)Blueberry Hill unissued
CO 57171-5 Blueberry Hill Phil (Du) B 22015 H
CO 56407-? Mack The Knife (LA-vcl) previously unissued
Note: Two run-throughs of St. Louis Blues are also from this rehearsal but are not included in this set.
The issued take of Way Down Yonder In New Orleans on the Columbia CD CK 47916 was released without the bass solo. The issued take of Mahogany Hall Stomp was edited on the Columbia LP CL 1077.
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(M) Louis Armstrong (speech, tp), Trummy Young (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Dale Jones (b), Barrett Deems (d), The New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein (speech, con), Edward R. Murrow (speech), Alfredo Antonini (arr).
Lewisohn Stadium Concert
NYC, July 14-15, 1956, 8:30 P.M. start
JR 25607-6B St. Louis Blues (Concerto Grosso) (tk.1) (AA-arr) previously unissued
JR 25607-6B Bernstein addresses audience -
CO 59814 Bernstein speech Col CL 1077
JR 25607-7B St. Louis Blues (Concerto Grosso) (tk.2) (AA-arr) previously unissued
CO 59814 Armstrong speech Col CL 1077
JR 25607-7B When The Saints Go Marchin’ In previously unissued
JR 25607-8B Basin Street Blues (LA-vcl) BOM 21-6547
JR 25607-8B Murrow speech previously unissued
JR 25607-8B St. Louis Blues (Concerto Grosso) (tk.3) (AA-arr) Col CL 1077
JR 25607-8B Murrow says “Good Night” previously unissued
Note: Other titles that are attributed to this concert were performed at different venues.
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(N) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), The International Youth Band: Palle Bolvig, Roger Guerin, Dusko Gojkovic, Jose Manuel Magalhaes (tp), Christian Kellens, Albert Mangelsdorff, Kurt Jarnberg, Erich Kleinschuster (tb), Hans Salomon, Wladimiro Bas Fabache, Andy Marsala, Bernt Rosengren, Jan Wroblewski, Ronnie Ross (reeds), George Gruntz (p), Gabor Szabo (g), Rudolf Jacobs (b), Gilberto Cuppini (d), Marshall Brown (dir).
Newport, R.I., July 6, 1958
JR 40254B On The Sunny Side Of The Street (LA-vcl) Col C2 38262
(O) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Trummy Young (tb, vcl), Peanuts Hucko (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Mort Herbert (b), Danny Barcelona (d), Velma Middleton (vcl).
Same concert
JR 40254A Interview: Armstrong and Willis Conover Charly (G) SDVD 001 (CD)
JR 40254A When It’s Sleepy Time Down South previously unissued
JR 40254A Pretty Little Missy (LA-vcl) -
JR 40254A Lazy River (LA-vcl) Charly (G) SDVD 001 (CD)
JR 40254A Tiger Rag -
JR 40254A Now You Has Jazz (LA, TY-vcl) previously unissued
JR 40254A High Society Calypso (LA, band-vcl) -
JR 40254A Ole Miss -
JR 40254A Girl Of My Dreams -
JR 40254A After You’ve Gone -
JR 40254A These Foolish Things -
JR 40254A Mack The Knife (LA-vcl) -
JR 40254A Tenderly / You’ll Never Walk Alone -
JR 40254A Stompin’ At The Savoy -
JR 40254A Undecided -
JR 40254A St. Louis Blues (LA, VM-vcl) -
JR 40254A Ko Ko Mo (LA, VM-vcl) Col C2 38262
JR 40254A When The Saints Go Marchin’ In (LA-vcl) -
(P) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Bobby Hackett (cor), Jack Teagarden (tb, vcl), Trummy Young (tb), Peanuts Hucko (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Mort Herbert (b), Danny Barcelona (d).
Same concert
JR 40254A Rockin’ Chair (LA, JT-vcl) Col C2 38262
JR 40254A Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (LA-vcl) previously unissued
JR 40254A Pennies From Heaven (LA-vcl) -
JR 40254A When The Saints Go Marchin’ In (LA-vcl) Charly (G) SDVD 001 (CD)
JR 40254A The Star Spangled Banner previously unissued
Note: The interview with Willis Conover, Lazy River, Tiger Rag, Rockin’ Chair and When The Saints Go Marchin’ In are shown in the film Jazz On A Summer’s Day and can be found on VHS and DVD formats. Charly SDVD 001 is a combination DVD / CD on which the CD provides the initial issue of the soundtrack on compact disc.
Lazy River and the second performance of When The Saints go Marchin’ In are edited on all known releases.
Mosaic's new set is the first to span this range of Louis' career. It is rich with new discoveries and legendary omissions. For the unreleased material alone, this one is a real collector's item. We've restored missing solos and removed fake applause. We tracked down the earliest, most authoritative sources for the music and cleaned-up everything to the best of our ability using state-of-the-art techniques. And we corrected a great deal of misinformation regarding discographical details. Included in the box is the famous Town Hall concert from May 17, 1947, a long lost Carnegie Hall date from November 1947, a concert from the Netherlands, and a set in Milan. The set also includes a date from Los Angeles in January 1956 that was initially issued as though it was live, but wasn't. The Great Chicago Concert from June 1956 is well known, but has been out of print a long time. There's also a concert from Newport in 1956, with four previously unissued performances. A date at Lewisohn Stadium found producer Avakian recording a rehearsal session with the All Stars in the afternoon of which only three tracks have ever been heard.This date included a reunion with Jack Teagarden and Bobby Hackett. We've got the whole set. There are also one-offs: Edward R. Murrow interviewing Louis in Paris; a previously unissued performance of Louis in London; and two tracks from a 1956 date in Ghana. Oh, and by the way, the All Stars? George Wettling, Bob Haggart, Bobby Hackett, Jack Teagarden, Peanuts Hucko, Sid Catlett, Dick Cary, Barney Bigard, Arvell Shaw, Trummy Young, Edmond Hall, Billy Kyle, and others. Our brochure includes an exhaustive essay by Ricky Riccardi, one of the leading experts on Armstrong worldwide. We've written a new discography that finally eliminates confusion over Louis' recorded output. And there are many vintage photographs. We highly recommend this one-of-a-kind set and remind jazz listeners everywhere that when our Mosaic sets sell out, they are gone for good.
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