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Whats New? - Louis Armstrong - Louis For Lovers (CD)

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  1. Takree
    by Louis Armstrong entered Billboard's Hot Top chart at position #76; and on May 3rd it peaked at #1 (for 1 week) and spent 22 weeks on the Top (and for 13 of those 22 weeks it was on the Top 10) And on March 22nd, it reached #1 (for 9 weeks) on Billboard's Adult Contemporary Tracks chart As already stated prior to "Hello.
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  2. Namuro
    Louis Daniel Armstrong was born in New Orleans on August 4, He was one of two children born to Willie Armstrong, a turpentine worker, and Mary Ann Armstrong, whose grandparents had been slaves. As a youngster, he sang on the streets with friends. His parents separated when he was five.
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  3. Vushakar
    Louis Armstrong’s Henri Selmer B♭ custom-made and inscribed trumpet is part of the Music and Performing Arts collection at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, opening September Armstrong had been playing an earlier version of a Selmer trumpet since
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  4. Gujinn
    What's New? Lyrics: What's new? / How is the world treating you? / You haven't changed a bit / Lovely as ever, I must admit / What's new? / How did that romance come through? / We haven't met since.
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  5. Tauzuru
    Louis Armstrong – I m In The Mood For Love Part 1. Louis Armstrong – Top Hat White Tie And Tails. Louis Armstrong – Back O town Louis Armstrong – Song Of The Vipers Album Version. Louis Armstrong – Cornet Shop Suey. Louis Armstrong – Body And Soul. Louis Armstrong – New Orleans. Louis Armstrong.
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  6. Vudorn
    Ella and Louis is a studio album by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson Quartet, released in October Having previously collaborated in the late s for the Decca label, this was the first of three albums that Fitzgerald and Armstrong were to record together for Verve Records, later followed by 's Ella and Louis Again and 's Porgy and Bess.
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  7. Kazrataur
    I love Louis Armstrong's early songs and his most popular songs. This album includes all the must-have songs of any Louis Armstrong fan while not over-lapping those great old 's and 's songs I have already. (Next up on my collection is the 's box-set) I love every track on these two CDs. If you buy this item you will NOT be /5(46).
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  8. Shaktizil
    Jul 03,  · Listen first to the recordings that Louis Armstrong played with his mentor King Oliver. The music is squat, tight, busy. The ensemble puts out clusters of sound. Now put on some of the 89 Hot Fives/Hot Sevens compositions. The difference is like night and day. The solos and fills Armstrong provides are full of life, spontaneity.
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  9. Zulurn
    New from Used from Audio CD, May 12, "Please retry" $ $ $ Audio CD $ his personality still shines through to deliver a touching and believable love song. Louis Armstrong's voice was easy to impersonate but impossible to replicate. I personally rank him as second only to Sinatra among male jazz singers, and if that /5(29).
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