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Louis Armstrong

Armstrong and the All Stars - Newport 1956 - 1958 (4 LP)

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Code:
COM-141701
Label:
Mosaic Box Sets
EAN:
MLP4-3007
Reference:
MLP4-3007
Format:
LP
Number of Discs:
4

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Impresario extraordinaire George Wein, the catalyst behind the NJF, was (and still is) the perfect matchmaker in deciding upon who would entertain in this glorious New England setting. He sought to present major jazz artists either with their own recognizable groups, bringing together a musical reunion or the pairing of like-minded artists on the same bill.

It's no wonder then that during those early days of the Festival, Wein decided to feature the man who as famed disc jockey Fred Robbins had remarked, "…shaped the entire course of jazz", Louis Armstrong. In celebration of this great yearly ceremony which is observing its 60th anniversary this year, Mosaic Records is proud to present on high quality 180-gram vinyl unissued performances of Armstrong during those early years at Newport.

DISCOGRAPHY:

A) Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Trummy Young (tb, vcl), Edmond Hall (cl, vcl), Billy Kyle (p), Dale Jones (b), Barrett Deems (d), Velma Middleton (vcl).
Newport, R.I., July 6, 1956.

B) 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.

C) 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.

(D) 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.


DISC 1

Side A

1. When It's Sleepy Time Down South (A)
2. Indiana (A)
3. The Gypsy (A)
4. Medley (A) Bugle Blues / Ole Miss

Side B

1. Tin Roof Blues (A)
2. My Bucket's Got A Hole In It (A)
3. Perdido (A)
4. You Made Me Love You (A)
5. Whispering (A)

DISC 2

Side A

1. Mack The Knife (A)
2. Stompin' At The Savoy (A)
3. Undecided (A)
4. Big Mama's Back In Town (A)
5. Ko Ko Mo (A)
6. Mop Mop (A)
7. When It's Sleepy Time Down South (A)

Side B

1. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (B)
2. Interview with Armstrong and Willis Conover (C)
3. When It's Sleepy Time Down South (C)
4. Pretty Little Missy (C)
5. Lazy River (C)

CD 3

Side A

1. Tiger Rag (C)
2. Now You Has Jazz (C)
3. High Society Calypso (C)
4. Ole Miss (C)

Side B

1. Girl Of My Dreams
2. After You've Gone (C)
3. These Foolish Things (C)
4. Mack The Knife (C)
5. Medley (C) Tenderly / You'll Never Walk Alone

CD 4

Side A
1. Stompin' At The Savoy (C)
2. Undecided (C)
3. St. Louis Blues (C)
4. Ko Ko Mo (C)
5. When The Saints Go Marchin' In (C)

Side B

1. Rockin' Chair (C)
2. Baby Won't You Please Come Home (C)
3. Pennies From Heaven (C)
4. When The Saints Go Marchin' In (C)
5. The Star Spangled Banner (C)