Louis Armstrong And The All-Stars - Louis Armstrong And The All-Stars album flac
- Album: Louis Armstrong And The All-Stars
- FLAC: 1853 mb | MP3: 1959 mb
- Released: 1967
- Style: Easy Listening, Swing
- Rating: 4.3/5
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Personnel: Louis Armstrong - trumpet, vocals Arvell Shaw - bass Barney Bigard - clarinet Cozy Cole - drums (tracks: 1, 2, 5, 6) Earl Hines - piano . Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong Plays .
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The music on the album was recorded during a concert at Carnegie Hall on February 8, 1947.
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But Armstrong's malleable tone and magnetic presence command the spotlight. Louis Armstrong Plays . Handy Louis Armstrong. Pops' joyous, bawdy riff that opens this 1954 album goes straight back to the music of his youth: He famously cut "St. Louis Blues" with Bessie Smith in 1925, and his masterful vocal performances and thrilling trumpet improvisations on this set of songs by blues composer . Handy have the kind of authority that comes from having truly lived the music. His backing band provides crisp accompaniment; trombonist Trummy Young rips on the roaring "Lone Gone (From the Bowlin' Green). But Armstrong's malleable tone and magnetic presence command the spotlight.
Actually, the last track, the first studio recording of this band's unofficial theme song "Jack Armstrong Blues," is from June 10, 1947, and features Jack Cary on piano. Wherever the recording took place, the band sounds super tight, with Teagarden's sly trombone answering Armstrong's vocals and trumpet and Hines' barrelhouse piano driving the combo. Though it's a common perception that Armstrong lost his fire by the '40s, this set is a solid piece of old-fashioned small-combo jazz.