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ARMSTRONG Louis (Louis Armstrong)

( Musical Performer)

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Real name: Louis Daniel Armstrong (Louis Daniel Armstrong)
. Born: August 4, 1901, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
. Died: July 6, 1971, New York, USA
. Genre: Jazz
. Style: traditional jazz, jazz vocals, the New Orleans jazz, classic jazz, swing, Dixieland
. Instrumnety: vocals, trumpet
. Firms recording: Decca (28), Columbia (24), MCA (21), Classics (15), RCA (14), Ambassador (14), Verve (11)

. Armstrong, Daniel Louis "Sechmo" ( "Sechelmaut", "Geytmaut," "Dipper Mouth," "Dipper", "Feys," "Pops," "Little Louis", "King Of Jazz", "Ambassador Setch)
. Great American jazz musician (trumpet, cornet), vocalist, band leader, composer. The date of his birth was not sure and probably chose it arbitrarily - July 4, 1901 (Independence Day), more plausible version - 1898. Grew up in a poor, dysfunctional family (mother - a laundress, illegal prostitution, father - day laborer, abandoned the family when his son was about 5 years). Educated grandmother (in the past - a slave). Since childhood, was forced to earn a living newsboys, peddlers of coal, junkman, and the like. In Storville (New Orleans' entertainment quarter ") heard of many early jazz musicians, singing in the street vocal ensemble (also played drums)

. Incidental mischievous act (shooting on the street with a gun, . stolen from a policeman - one of the "visitors" mother) was in house of correction (1913), . here, . despite difficulties, . began to study music, . mastered altgorn and cornet, . played in the brass band and choir,
. After his release, he returned home and interrupted rare jobs, played in bars with amateur ensembles and continued to learn from New Orleans musicians. Through familiarity with the "King" Oliver and his recommendation was adopted in the orchestra "Kid" Ory (in place of Oliver, who left in Chicago). Occasionally appeared in Tuxedo Braes Band Oscar "Papa" Celestine, Paul Dominguez, "WTPIA" Singleton, Alberto Nichols, "Barney" Bigard, Louis Russell, in riverbot band, including the Jazz-E-Sazz Band "Faith" Mereybla. During this period he became a professional musician.

At the invitation of "King" Oliver, in 1922 he moved to Chicago, playing in his Creole Jazz Band for 2 years as a second cornet, then moved to New York where he appeared as a trumpeter and a singer with an orchestra of Fletcher Henderson. Participated in the records of Clarence Williams' Blue Five. Besides, . recorded on the plate in the composition of various accompanying ensembles with many blues and jazz singers (Gertrude "Ma" Rainey, . "Trixie Smith, . Clara Smith, . Bessie Smith, . Alberto Hunter, . Maggie Jones, . Eve Taylor, . Virginia Liston, . Margaret Johnson, . "Sipi" Wallace, . Perry Bradford),
. Upon expiration of an engagement at the V. Henderson (1925) once again worked in Chicago, . - Especially with Lil Hardin (pianist of the Creole Jazz Band, . who was married to Stewart in 1924 38g.g., . in 1925, organized together with its own orchestra), . later in Erskine Tate in a theatrical show band (here clearly demonstrated his acting talent and stage),
. In November 1925 started recording with them to set up studio ensembles Hot Five (with the participation of "Kid" Ory, Johnny Dodds, Johnny St. Cyr and L. Hardin, later - Fred Robinson, Jimmy Strong, Earl Hines, "WTPIA" Singlona and others) and Hot Seven (since May 1927, when the quintet was joined by Pete Briggs and "Baby" Dodds).

In 1926 soloist orchestra Carroll Dickerson, after which the head of this team (1929). Within a short period of time in 1927 led his own orchestra (Louis Armstrong And His Stomperts), participants of which were Boyd Atkins, Joe Dixon, E. Washington, Earl Hines, "Rip" Basset, P. Briggs, "Tubby" Hall. In the same period acted as a duet with Earl Hines in the orchestra Clarence Jones, toured in various cities in the U.S. (in 1929 - in New York, where he worked with the orchestra L. Russell and "Duke" Ellington, then in California - with the orchestra Leon Elkins and Forests Hayta, participated in the filming in Hollywood).

In 1931, visited with Big Band New Orleans, returning to New York, played in Harlem and on Broadway. During the 30 years, made several tours in Europe and North Africa, which brought him fame not only overseas but at home (especially in the United States it has been popular mainly in the black audience). In the intervals between tours with the orchestra played Charlie Geynza, "Chick" Webb, "Kid" 0ri, L. Russell and others, with the vocal quartet Mills Brothers, in numerous theatrical productions and radio broadcasts, starred in films, once again led the jazz band (from 1933, with the participation of Teddy Wilson and "Kera" Johnson). Posted autobiographical book "Swing That Music (New York, 1936)". Had several operations, . treatment-related long-standing occupational injury of the upper lip (deformation and rupture of tissues due to excessive mouthpiece pressure and improper embouchure), . as well as surgery on ligaments (with it unsuccessfully tried to get rid of hoarse voice frequency, . only later realized its value for themselves as a unique individuality of his vocal mannerisms),
.

In the future, Armstrong's popularity continued to grow, thanks to his tireless and versatile musical activities. The most remarkable performances led by All Star Band (with Jack Tigardenom, . "Bud" Freeman, . "Fats" Waller, . "Barney" Bigard, . Earl Heinz, . Sid Catlett, . "Cozy" Cole, . Edmond Hall, . "Tramm" Yang, . Billy Kyle, . singer Velma Middleton), . joint creative work with Sidney Bechet, . "Bing Crosby, . Billie Holiday, . Ella Fitzgerald, . Oscar Peterson, . Cy Oliver and other "stars" of jazz, . participated in jazz festivals (1948 - Nice, . 1956-58 - Newport, . 1959 - Italy, . Monterey), . performances in many European countries, . Latin America, . Africa, . Asia,
. Under his auspices, organized several philharmonic jazz concerts in the Town Hall and at the Metropolitan Opera.

In 1954 he wrote a second autobiographical book "Satchmo. My Life in New Orleans ". He left a huge number of recordings, including "King" Oliver (1923), F. Henderson (1926), Cl. Williams (1924-25), "Ma" Rainey, Bessie Smith, P. Bradford (1924), E. Tate (1926), C. Becher (1926, 40), Jimmy Bertrand (1927), J. Doddeom, K. Dickerson, Earl Heinz (1928, 1930-31), V. Geynzom, K. Russell (1929), Lionel Hampton (1930), European musicians (with the 30-ies), "Chick" Webb (1932), J. Dorsey (1936), Mills Brothers (1937-38), orchestra Casa Loma (1939), Esquire All Stars, V-Disc All Stars (1944), Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald (1946, 56), C. Oliver, Gordon Jenkins (in the early 50-ies), with its own orchestra and the All Star Bands.

Creativity Armstrong - a sort of standard, an ideal "model" of mainstream jazz - a living and constantly evolving, but not the "museum" of traditionalism. Breadth of his interests reaffirm cooperation and joint performances with musicians of different styles - from Dixieland, . swing and modern jazz, . with simfonizirovannymi compositions, . Sweet Band, . Implementing spirituals and gospels, . church choirs, . blues singers, . as well as participation in the philharmonic jazz concerts, . musicals, . Shows, . musical films (over 50), . execution jazz version of Gershwin's opera "Porgy and Bess" (with Ella Fitzgerald),
.

Armstrong has created a certain kind of "pop-jazz", flexibly adapts to any dance style and context to any audience, unable to satisfy the tastes of different audiences (including fans of pop music and schlager). Armstrong - perhaps the most unique personality in the history of jazz. In his work he joined unjoinable: unique individual style of expression with unlimited public access to music, . rugged simplicity and spontaneity, . traditionalism with innovation, . Negro hot-ideal with Europeanized idioms of swing and modern jazz.,

. Similar artists: Sidney Bechet, Bunk Johnson, Kid Ory, Red Allen, Bill Coleman, Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Sidney DeParis

. Followers: Henry "Red" Allen, . Bill Berry, . Lester Bowie, . Ruby Braff, . Bill Coleman, . Kenny Davern, . Harry "Sweets" Edison, . Dizzy Gillespie, . Lionel Hampton, . Erskine Hawkins, . Earl Hines, . Art Hodes, . Harry James, . Jonah Jones, . Jabbo Smith, . Alvin Alcorn, . Kenny Baker, . Khan Jamal, . Phil Wilson, . Clifford Hayes,

. Performed songs authors: Andy Razaf, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Fats Waller, Jimmy McHugh, Hoagy Carmichael, WC
. Handy, Dorothy Fields, Lil Hardin, Spencer Williams, Irving Berlin, Clarence Williams, Gus Kahn, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, Clarence Muse, Duke Ellington, Harry Brooks, Kid Ory

. He has worked with musicians: Ella Fitzgerald, Jack Teagarden, Billy Kyle, Buster Bailey, Barney Bigard, Charlie Green, Sidney "Big Sid" Catlett, Fletcher Henderson, Earl Hines, Johnny Dodds, Coleman Hawkins, Trummy Young JC
. Higginbotham, Zutty Singleton, Arvell Shaw, Luis Russell, Don Redman, Pops Foster, Johnny St. Cyr

Discography (albums):

1924 Louis Armstrong Plays the Blues / Riverside
1940 New Orleans Jazz / Decca
1947 Satchmo Sings / Decca
1947 Satchmo at Symphony Hall [live] / Decca
1947 Satchmo at Symphony Hall, Vol. 2 [live] / Decca
. 1950 New Orleans Days / Decca
. 1950 Jazz Concert [live / Decca
. 1950 New Orleans Nights / Decca
. 1950 Satchmo on Stage [live] / Decca
. 1950 Satchmo Serenades / Decca
. 1950 New Orleans to New York / Decca
. 1951 Satchmo at Pasadena [live] / Decca
. 1954 Louis Armstrong Plays WC
. Handy / Columbia
. 1954 Latter Day Louis / Decca
. 1954 Louis Armstrong Sings the Blue / RCA
. 1955 Satch Plays Fats: The Music of Fats Waller / Columbia
. 1955 Satchmo the Great [live] / Columbia
. 1955 Ambassador Satch / Columbia
. 1956 Great Chicago Concert 1956 [live] / Columbia
. 1956 American Jazz Festival at Newport [live] / Columbia
. 1956 Ella and Louis / PolyGram
. 1956 At Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Vol
. 1 [live] / GNP
. 1957 Louis Under the Stars / Verve
. 1957 I've Got the World on a String / Verve
. 1957 Porgy and Bess / Verve
. 1957 Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson / Verve
. 1957 Louis and the Angels / Decca
. 1959 Satchmo in Style / Decca
. 1960 Louis & the Dukes of Dixieland / Audio Fidelity
. 1960 Happy Birthday, Louis! Armstrong & His ..
. [live] / Omega
1960 Paris Blues / United Artists
1961 Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington / Roulette
1961 Armstrong / Ellington: Together for the First ... / Mobile / Fidelit
. 1961 Together for the First Time / Mobile Fidelit
. 1963 Hello Dolly [MCA] / Kapp
. 1964 Satchmo [Decca] / Decca
. 1964 Louis / Mercury
. 1967 I Will Wait for You / Brunswick
. 1968 The Satchmo Way / Walt Disney
. 1970 What a Wonderful World [RCA] / RCA
. 2000 Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson [Import ..
. / Polygram Inter

Compilations (albums):

1920 Two Facets of Louis: 1920-1950 / Tristar
1923 The Young Louis Armstrong [Riverside] / Riverside
1923 1923-1925, Vol. 1-5 / Masters of Jazx
. 1923 Louis Armstrong [RCA] / RCA
. 1923 Louis Armstrong and King Oliver / Milestone
. 1923 Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man / Columbiax
. 1923 Creole Jazz / Tradition
. 1923 Clarence Williams' Blue Five / CSB
. 1923 The Genius of Louis Armstrong
. 1923 Jazz Classics: Great Original Performances ..
. / Mobile Fidelit
. 1923 Great Performances 1923-1931 / ABC
. 1923 Great Original Performances: 1923-1931 / Louisiana Red
. 1924 Highlights from His Decca Years / Decca
. 1924 Louis Armstrong and the Blues Singers / Affinity
. 1924 An Early Portrait / Milestone
. 1924 His Best Recordings 1924-1938 / Best of Jazz
. 1924 Jazz Heritage: Young Louis 'The Side Man' ..
. / MCA
In 1924 1924-1925, Vol. 4 / Masters of Jaz
1925 Complete Louis Armstrong & The Singers ... / King Jazz
1925 Hot Fives, Vol. 1 / Columbia
1925 Hot Fives and Sevens, Vol. 1 / JSP
1925 1925-1926 / Classics
1925 The Louis Armstrong Story, Vol. 1 / Columbia
1925 Hot 5's & 7's 1925-1928 / Laserlight
1925 From the Original Okeh's, Vol. 1-5: 1925-1927 / King Jazzx
1925 Hot Fives & Hot Sevens [ASV] / Asv
1925 Hot Fives / Jazztory
1926 25 Greatest Hot Fives & Sevens / ASV
1926 West End Blues 1926-1933EPM / Musique
1926 Masterpieces, Vol. 1EPM / Musique
1926 Louis Armstrong of New Orleans / MCA
1926 1926-1938L'art / Vocal
1926 Hot Fives and Sevens, Vol. 2 / Columbia
In 1926 1926-1927 / Classics
1926 The Louis Armstrong Story, Vol. 2 / Columbia
1926 In New Orleans 1926-1927 / Classics
1927 The Louis Armstrong Collection, Vol. 4: ... / Columbia
1927 Hot Fives and Sevens, Vol. 3 [Columbia] / Columbia
1927 This Is Jazz, Vol. 23: Louis Armstrong Sings / Sony
. 1927 Mahogany Hall Stomp / ASV / Living Era
. 1927 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Sevens / Columbia
. 1928 Louis Armstrong (1928-1931) / Nimbus
. 1928 And His Orchestra (1928-1929) / Classics
. 1928 Hot Fives & Sevens, Vol
. 3 [JSP] / Jsp
1928 Louis Armstrong Special / CBS
1928 Historic / Black Label
1928 The Louis Armstrong Story, Vol. 3 / Columbia
1928 Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines / Smithsonian
1928 Plays and Sings the Standards, Vol. 1 ... / Black & Blue
1928 Original Jazz Performances / Nimbus
1928 Louis Armstrong and the Big Bands 1928-1930 / DRG
1929 Louis in New York, Vol. 5 / Columbia
1929 Louis Armstrong Collection, Vol. 5: Louisin ... / Columbia / Legac
19291929-1940 / ASV / Living Era
1929Hot Fives & Sevens, Vol. 4 / Jsp
1929 Louis Armstrong Collection, Vol. 6: St .... / Columbia / Legac
1929 Louis Armstrong Collection, Vol. 6: St .... / Columbia / Legac
1929 The Louis Armstrong Story, Vol. 4 / Columbia
In 1929 1929-1930 / Classics
1930 Big Bands, Vol. 1: 1930-1931 / JSP
In 1930 1930-1931 / Classics
1930 Young Louis Armstrong [RCA] / RCA
1930 Louis Armstrong Collection, Vol. 7: You're ... / Columbia / Legac
1930 In the Thirties / In the Forties, Vol. 2 / RCA
1930 Satchmo 1930-1934 / Decca
1930 In the Thirties / Last Testament 1943 / Flying Fish
1931 Big Bands, Vol. 2: 1931-1932 / JSP
1931 VSOP, Vol. 1 / Epic
. 1931 1931-1932 / Classics
. 1931 Stardust / Portrait
. 1932 From the Big Band to the All Stars (1946-56) / RCA
. 1932 Laughin 'Louis (1932-1933) / RCA / Bluebird
. 1932 Complete RCA Victor Recordings / RCA
. 1932 The Fabulous Louis Armstrong / RCA
. 1,932 1932-1933 / RCA / Bluebird
. 1933 Sings the Blues / RCA / Bluebird
. 1933 More Greatest Hits / RCA Victor
. 1933 Greatest Hits [RCA] / RCA Victor
. 1934 The Rare Louis Armstrong / Jazz Anthology
. 1934 1934-1936 / Classics
. 1934 Paris Session 1934 / Musidisc

. 1935 Big Bands / Time-Life Musi
. 1935 Rhythm Saved the World / GRP
. 1935 Pocketful of Dreams, Vol
. 3 / GRP
1935 Priceless Jazz Collection / GRP
1935 More Priceless Jazz / GRP
1935 Best of Decca Years, Vol. 2 / MCA
1935 The Best of the Decca Years, Vol. 2: The ... Decca
1935 Rare Items / Decca
1935 Jazz Heritage: Satchmo Foreve / Jazz Heritage
1935 Jazz Heritage: Back in New York (1935) / MCA
1935 1935, Vol. 1 / Ambassador
1936 Jazz Heritage: Satchmo's Collectors Items / MCA
1,936 1936-1937 / Classics
1936 Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Vol. 2 ... / GRP
1936 Jazz Heritage: Swing That Music (1936-1938) / MCA
1936 Jazz Heritage: Satchmo's Discoveries ... / Jazz Heritage
1936 1936, Vol. 2 / Ambassador
1,936 1936-1937, Vol. 3 / Ambassador
1937 New Discoveries / Pumpkin
1937 Best of the Decca Years, Vol. 1: The Singer / MCA
1,937 1937-1938 / Classics
1937 The Great Louis Armstrong 1937-1941 ... / Pearl Flapper
. 1938 1938-1939 / Classics
. 1938 Live in 1943: On the Sunny Side of the Street / Jass
. 1938 On the Sunny Side of the Street / Stash
. 1938 Jazz Heritage: Louis with Guest Stars / Jazz Heritage
. 1938 Swing That Music [Jazz Archives] / EPM Musique
. 1938 1938, Vol
. 4 / Ambassador
1938 1938-1939, Vol. /
1939 1939-1940 / Classics
1939 In the Thirties, Vol. 1 / Hot and Sweet
1939 The Maturity (1939-1940), Vol. 1 / Black & Blue
1939 1939-1940, Vol. 6 / Ambassador
1939 Back O'Town Blues 1939-1945 / EPM Musique
In 1940 1940-1942 / Classics
In 1940 1940-1941, Vol. 7 / Ambassador
1941 Jazz Classics / Decca
In 1941 1941-1942, Vol. 8 / Ambassador
. 1942 Now You Has Jazz: Louis Armstrong at / MGM / Rhino
. 1,944 1944-1946 / Classics
. 1944 October 6, 1944 / Canby
. 1946 Pops / RCA / Bluebird
. 1946 Pops: 1940's Small Band Sides / RCA / Bluebird
. 1946 Sugar / RCA / Bluebird
. 1946 1946-1947 / Classics
. 1946 New Orleans: The Soundtrack / Giants of Jazz
. 1947 Struttin '/ Drive Archive
. 1947 Satchmo Sings / Satchmo Serenades / MCA Internatio
. 1947 The Complete Town Hall Concert [live] / RCA
. 1947 Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars ..
. / Laserlight
1947 Live at Winter Garden / Storyville
1947 An American Icon / Hip-Ox
1947 A Musical Autobiography / Decca
1947 New & Revised Musical Autobiography, Vol. 1Jazz Unlimited
1947 New & Revised Musical Autobiography, Vol. 2Jazz Unlimited
1947 New & Revised Musical Autobiography, Vol. 3Jazz Unlimited
. 1947 Town Hall Concert: The Unissued Part [live] RCA
. 1947 Town Hall Concert [live] RCA
. 1947 And All-Stars 1947-1950 / Flying Fish
. 1947 Carnegie Hall Concert 1947 [live] / Ambassador
. 1947 1947Melodie / Jazz C
. 1948 In Philadelphia (1948-1949) [live] / Jazz Archives
. 1949 Best of Louis Armstrong: 20th Century Masters / MCA
. 1949 Jazz Heritage: Satchmo Serenades / MCA
. 1949 All Time Greatest Hits / MCA
. 1949 Heavenly Music, 1949-1957 / Ambassador
. 1949 On the Road [Laserlight] / Laserlight
. 1950 Jazz Heritage: Old Favorites (1950-1957) / MCA
. 1950 The Complete Decca Studio Louis Armstrong ..
. / Mosaicx
. 1950 All Stars, 1950-1957 / Jazz Heritage
. 1950 Armstrong Classics / Brunswick
. 1950 Because of You 1950-1953 / Ambassador
. 1951 The California Concerts [live] / GRP
. 1951 Satchmo's Golden Favorites / Decca
. 1951 Evening with Louis Armstrong at Pasadena ..
. [live] / GNP
. 1951Great Concert / Accord
. 1952 Moments to Remember, 1952-56 / Ambassador
. 1954 In Concert, 1954 [live] / Storyville
. 1954 Great Jazz Composers Series / Columbia
. 1954 Louis Armstrong and the Mills Brothers / Decca
. 1954 Greatest Hits [Decca] / Decca
. 1955 Louis Armstrong at the Crescendo, Vol
. 1 / Decca
1955 Louis Armstrong at the Crescendo, Vol. 2 / Decca
. 1955 Greatest Hits / Columbia / Legac
. 1955 Greatest Hits [Tristar] / Tristar
. 1956 Pasadena Concert (Gene Norman Presents) [live] / Vogue
. 1956 The Sullivan Years: Louis Armstrong [live] / TVT
. 1956 Basin Street Blues / Black Lion
. 1956 Verve Jazz Masters 1: Louis Armstrong / Verve
. 1956 Let's Do It: The Best of the Verve Years / Verve
. 1956 Satchmo: A Musical Biography / Decca
. 1956 Louis Armstrong Favorites
. 1956 A Classical Autobiography / Decca
. 1956 An Evening with Louis Armstrong at Pasadena ..
. [live] / GNP
. 1957 Mack the Knife [live] / Pablo
. 1957 American SongbookVerve
. 1957 Jazz 'Round Midnight / PolyGram
. 1957 Compact Jazz / EmArcy
. 1957 Silver Collection / Verve
. 1957 The Essential Louis Armstrong [Vanguard] / Vanguard
. 1957 On The Road [Fairmont] / Fairmont
. 1957 Louis & the Angels / Louis & the Good Book / MCA Internatio
. 1958 Louis and the Good Book / MCA
. 1959 Satchmo and the Dukes of Dixieland / Leisure
. 1959 The Definitive Album by Louis Armstrong / AudioFidelity
. 1959 Definitive Alternatives / Chiaroscuro
. 1959 The Best of Louis Armstrong [Audio Fidelity] / AudioFidelity
. 1959 Snake Rag / Chiaroscuro
. 1959 Singin 'n' Playin / 'Delta
. 1960 Satchmo Plays King OliverAudiophile
. 1960 What a Wonderful World [Milan] [live] Milan
. 1960 Louis Armstrong and the Dukes of DixielandChiaroscuro
. 1961 The Great Reunion / Roulette
. 1961 A Rare Batch of Satch / RCA
. 1961 Louis Armstrong All Stars / Storyville
. 1961 Blueberry Hill [live] / Milan
. 1961 Complete Sessions / Roulette
. 1962 Armstrong and His All Stars [live] / RTE
. 1962 Paris Jazz Concert [live] / Malaco Jazz
. 1962 Hello Dolly (& Other Hits) / MCA
. 1962 Masters of Jazz, Vol
. 1: Live in Chicago / Storyville
. 1962 In Concert (1962) / RTE
. 1964 Born to Jazz / Odeon
. 1964 Greatest Years / Odeon
. 1964 The Best of Louis Armstrong [Verve] / Verve
. 1965 Great Performances / Traditional Li
. 1965 The Essential Louis Armstrong [Verve] / Verve
. 1965 Hello Louis! / Metro
. 1965 The Best of Louis Armstrong [MCA] / MCA
. 1965 Mame / Mercury
. 1965 Best Live Concert: Paris 1965 / Accord
. 1965 Swingin 'Hits / Vanguard
. 1965 The Best of Louis Armstrong [1998 Vanguard] / Vanguard
. 1966 I Love Jazz
. 1968 Disney Songs the Satchmo Way / Walt Disney
. 1968Louis Armstrong's Greatest Hits Live / Brunswick
. 1968 Here's Louis Armstrong / Vocalion
. 1968 The One and Only Louis Armstrong / Vocalion
. 1968 What a Wonderful World [MCA] / MCA
. 1968 What a Wonderful World [GRP] / GRP
. 1968 When the Saints Go Marchin '/ InLaserlight
. 1970 Louis Armstrong and His Friends / Flying Dutchma
. 1996 American Legends # 5 / LaserLight
. 1997 Master Of Jazz: Live In Chicago 1962 [Mobile ..
. / Mobile Fidelit
. 1999 Someday / Moon
. 2000 Falling In Love With Louis Armstrong / RCA
. 2000 Love Songs / Sony
. 2000 Louis' Love Songs / Louisiana Red
. 2000 Super Hits [Sony / Columbia] [live] Sony
. 2000 The Best of Louis Armstrong: The Complete ... RCA Victor
. 2000Jazz & Blues / Blues & Jazz
. 2000 Back Through the Years: A Centennial ..
. / MCA
2000 Blues for Yesterday / Avid
2000 Essential Louis / Metro Music
In 2000 1944-1949, Vol. 9 / Ambassador
2000 Blues Heritage / Two Shades of / BlueEmber
2000 Body & Soul / Columbia River
2000 Vol. 8: 1925-1926 / Masters Of Jaz
. 2000 West End Blues: The Very Best Of The Hot ... Music Club
. 2000 The Great / Festival
. 2000 100th Birthday Celebration / RCA
. Greatest Hits [Curb] / Curb
. Greatest Hits [Project 3] / Project 3
. Louis Armstrong [MCA] / MCA Special Pr
. Giants of Jazz: Louis Armstrong / Time-Life
. I Wish You Were Dead, You Rascal, You / Pro Arte
. Jazz Round Midnight / Verve
. Louis Armstrong and the Original All Stars / Fanfare
. 20 Golden Pieces of Louis Armstrong & Friends / Bulldog
. Dream a Little Dream of Me / MCA
. Giants of the Big Band Era: Louis Armstrong / Pilz
. Louis Armstrong [Laserlight] / Laserlight
. Satchmo Style / Disques Swing
. The Greatest / Pausa
. Tin Roof Blues / Columbia
. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New ..
. / Polydor
. Great Hits / Evergreen
. In a Satchmo Way / Starline
. Live / Jazz Life
. Louis with Guest Stars / MCA
. Louis Armstrong: Jazz Collection / Collection
. The Jazz Legend / Pair
. Louis Armstrong [Audio Fidelity] / Audio Fidelity
. Mostly Blues / Olympic
. 1924-1930 / Affinity
. Gold Collection [Deja Vu] / Deja Vu
. Louis Armstrong & Jack Teagarden / Echo Jazz
. Singin 'n' Playin '/ When the Saints Go ... LRC
. What a Wonderful World [Project 3] [live] / Project 3
. Louis & His Friends / GNP Crescendo
. Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars in Concert
. [live] RTE / Koch
. We Have All the Time in the World: The Pure ... EMI
. Ultimate CollectionRCA / Bluebird
. Struttin 'with Some Barbecue / Affinity
. Louis Armstrong Saga / Sony Special P
. Jazz Festival / Sony Special P
. The Very Best of Louis Armstrong [Import] / Phantom
. Louis Armstrong Live / Acrum
. And His Friends [live] / GNP Crescendo
. Collection / Castle
. I Got Rhythm [Pickwick] / Pickwick
. High Society / Tradition
. Louis Armstrong and the All StarsForlane
. Don't Jive Me / Alshire
. Gospel According to Louis / Black Label
. High Society, Vol
. 2 / Jazz Hour
. 18 Golden Hits / Huub
. Christmas with Louis & Lena / Black Label
. Just Louis / SMS
. Lover / Dove
. Radio Days [live] / Moon
. Swing Back with Louis Armstrong / Just For The R
. Swing You Cats / SMS
. Together / Collector's Ed
. What a Wonderful World [Eclipse] Eclipse Music
. What a Wonderful World [Moon] Moon
. You Rascal You / Avid
. Greatest Hits [Galaxy] / Galaxy
. Louis Armstrong & Nat "King" Cole / Skylark Jazzv
. Revue Collection / Revue Collecti
. The Essential SatchmoMusic Clubv
. La Vie En Rose / Jazz Time
. Satchmo / Columbia River
. Sunny Side of the Street / Records
. In Concert: What a Wonderful World [live] / Excelsior
. LRC Jazz Classics: Louis Armstrong / Harry ... LRC
. Sings / Country
. What a Wonderful World [Excelsior] / Excelsior
. What a Wonderful World [Jazz Time] [live] / Jazz Time
. Blues Heritage / Ember
. An Evening with Louis Armstrong, Vol
. 1 [live] / GNP
C'est Si Bon / Rhino
Christmas in New Orleans / MCA
I Like Jazz: The Essence of Louis Armstrong / Columbia
Jeepers Creepers / MCA
Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars ... / Storyvillev
. Louis Armstrong's Greatest Hits / Columbia
. Great Original Live Performances / Project 3
. Live in Concert / Sandy Hook
. Satchmo's Greatest / Charly
. All Time Best of Louis Armstrong / Capitol
. Jazz Collector EditionDelta
. Saint Louis Blues / Onyx Classix
. Super Hits [Prime Cuts] / Onyx Classix
. The Best of Louis Armstrong [Vanguard '91 / /] Vanguard
. St
. Louis Blue / sSony Legacy
. West End Blues / Inigo
. 16 Most Requested SongsSony
. The Legendary Louis Armstrong / Sony Special P
. Christmas Through the Year / Laserlight
. Butter & Eggman / Rhino
. Elizabethville Concert [live] / Milan
. This Is Jazz, Vol
. 1 / / Sony
Incomparable / Public Music
What a Wonderful World [Import] / Qualiton Impor
Best of the Big Bands / Richmond
Greatest Hits [EPM Musique] EPM / Musique
Louis Armstrong [Hollywood] / Hollywood
1925, Vol. 5 / Masters of Jaz
1925, Vol. 6 / Masters of Jaz
1925, Vol. 7 / Masters of Jaz
. Black & Blue / Moon
. Dance Hall Days: Guvnor / Sound Solution
. Forever Satchmo / Skylark Jazz
. Golden Hits / Intercontinent
. Guvnor / Prime Cuts
. Hello Dolly [Prime Cuts] / Prime Cuts
. Jazz Lips / Charly Budget
. Live on Cote D'azu / Bandstand
. Louis Armstrong Songbook / Boxsets
. Louis Armstrong, Vol
. 1 / Masters of Jaz
Louis Armstrong, Vol. 2 / Masters of Jaz
Louis Armstrong [Allegiance] / Allegiance
Majestic Years / Avid
Millenium Anthology / Millenium
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone / Delta
Satchmo's Classic Vocals / Charly Budget
Louis Armstrong, Vol. 3 / Masters of Jaz
. When You & I Were Young Maggie / Ambassador
. What a Wonderful World [Jazz World] / Jazz World
. The World of Louis Armstrong / ZYX
. On the Sunny Side / 32 Jazz
. What a Wonderful Christmas / Hip-O
. Songs & Ballads / Mango
. Greatest Hits Live in Concert / Project 3
. Louis Armstrong [Eclipse] / Eclipse Music
. Louis Armstrong [Cameo] / Cameo
. Best of Louie Armstrong [Intersound] / Intersound
. Selection of Louis Armstrong / Golden Sounds
. The Very Best of Louis Armstrong / Crimson
. A Portrait of Louis Armstrong / Gallerie
. Gold Collection [Retro] Retro
. Gold Collection [Fine Tune] Fine Tune
. Le Jazz de AAZ / BMG / Internatio
. Planet Jazz [France] BMG / Internatio
. Jazz Genius / Hallmark
. I Got Rhythm [Mastertone] / Mastertone
. Masters / Cleopatra
. A Kiss to Build a Dream On / Delta
. Vintage Mellow Jazz / Empressx
. Louis Armstrong [Madacy] / Madacy
. Louis Armstrong [Sound Dimesion] / Sound Dimensio
. Star Was Born [Nostalgia] / Nostalgia
. Cocktail Hour / Columbia River
. V-Disc Recordings / Collector's Ch
. The Best of Louis Armstrong: When the Saints ..
. / Delta
Forever Gold / St. Clair
. Swing That Music [Drive] / Drive Archives
. Hot Fives & Sevens [Box] / JSPx
. Essential Masters of Jazz / Proper
. Oh Didn't He Ramble / MCA Special Pr

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