Loading... Please wait...

Louis Armstrong ‎– Hall Of Fame / Past Perfect Jazz Line ‎5x Audio CD 2002 / 220179

$19.99
SKU:
4011222201799
Weight:
20.00 Ounces
Quantity:

Product Description

Louis Armstrong ‎– Hall Of Fame / Past Perfect Jazz Line ‎5x Audio CD 2002 / 220179

UPC 4011222201799

 

Product Details:

Label: Past Perfect Jazz Line ‎– 220179
Series: Hall Of Fame
Format: 5 × CD, Box Set, Compilation
Country: Germany
Released: 2002
Genre: Jazz
Style: Gypsy Jazz, Swing
 
 
 

Tracklist:

1.1 Muggles  
1.2 Hear Me Talkin' To Ya?  
1.3 St. James Infirmary  
1.4 Tight Like This  
1.5 Knockin' A Jug  
1.6 I Can't Give You Anything But Love  
1.7 Mahagony Hall Stomp  
1.8 Ain't Misbehavin'  
1.9 (What Did I Do To Do So) Black And Blue  
1.10 That Rhythm Man  
1.11 Sweet Savanna Sue  
1.12 Some Of These Days  
1.13 When You're Smiling  
1.14 After You've Gone  
1.15 I Ain't Got Nobody  
1.16 Dallas Blues  
1.17 St. Louis Blues  
1.18 Rockin' Chair  
1.19 Song Of The Islands  
1.20 Bessie Couldn't Help It  
2.1 Blue Turning Grey Over You  
2.2 Dear Old Southland  
2.3 My Sweet  
2.4 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me  
2.5 Indian Cradle Song  
2.6 Exactly Like You  
2.7 Dinah  
2.8 Tiger Rag  
2.9 I'm A Ding Dong Daddy  
2.10 I'm In The Market For You  
2.11 Confessin' (That I Love You )  
2.12 If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight  
2.13 Body And Soul  
2.14 Memories Of You  
2.15 You're Lucky To Me  
2.16 Sweethearts On Parade  
2.17 You're Drivin' Me Crazy  
2.18 The Peanut Vendor  
2.19 Just A Gigolo  
2.20 Shine  
3.1 Walkin' My Baby Back Home  
3.2 I Surrender, Dear  
3.3 When It's Sleepy Time Down South  
3.4 Blue Again  
3.5 Little Joe  
3.6 I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You  
3.7 Them There Eyes  
3.8 When You're Lover Has Gone  
3.9 Lazy River  
3.10 Chinatown, My Chinatown  
3.11 Wrap Your Troubles In A Dream  
3.12 Star Dust  
3.13 You Can Depend On Me  
3.14 Georgia On My Mind  
3.15 The Lonesome Road  
3.16 I Got Rhythm  
3.17 Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea  
3.18 Kickin' The Gong Around  
3.19 Home  
3.20 All Of Me  
4.1 Mahagony Hall Stomp  
4.2 Swing, You Cat's  
4.3 Honey, Don't You Love Me Anymore  
4.4 Mississippi Basin  
4.5 Laughin' Louie  
4.6 Tomorrow Night  
4.7 Dusky Stevedore  
4.8 There's A Cabin In The Pines  
4.9 Mighty River  
4.10 Sweet Sue, Just You  
4.11     
I Wonder Who  
4.12 St. Louis Blues  
4.13 Don't Play Me Cheap  
4.14 I'm In The Mood For Love  
4.15 You Are My Lucky Star  
4.16 La Cucaracha  
4.17 Got A Bran' New Suit  
4.18 I've Got My Fingers Crossed  
4.19 Ol' Man Mose  
4.20 I'm Shooting High  
5.1 Yours And Mine  
5.2 Red Cap  
5.3 She's The Daughter Of A Planter From Havana  
5.4 Alexander's Rag Time Band  
5.5 Cuban Pete  
5.6 I've Got A Heartful Of Rhythm  
5.7 Sun Showers  
5.8 Once In A While  
5.9 On The Sunny Side Of The Street  
5.10 Satchel Mouth Swing  
5.11 Jubilee  
5.12 Struttin' With Some Barbecue  
5.13 The Trumpet Player's Lament  
5.14 I Double Dare You  
5.15 True Confession  
5.16 Let That Be A Lesson To You  
5.17 Sweet As A Song  
5.18 So Little Time (And So Much To Do)  
5.19 Mexican Swing  
5.20 As Long As You Live, You'll Be Dead If You Die  

 

 

  • Artwork – D & H Hommage GmbH

 

About the Artist:

 

Louis Daniel Armstrong (August 4, 1901 – July 6, 1971), nicknamed "Satchmo", "Satch", and "Pops", was an American trumpeter, composer, vocalist, and actor who was among the most influential figures in jazz. His career spanned five decades, from the 1920s to the 1960s, and different eras in the history of jazz. In 2017, he was inducted into the Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame.

 

Armstrong was born and raised in New Orleans. Coming to prominence in the 1920s as an inventive trumpet and cornet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence in jazz, shifting the focus of the music from collective improvisation to solo performance. Around 1922, he followed his mentor, Joe "King" Oliver, to Chicago to play in the Creole Jazz Band. In Chicago, he spent time with other popular jazz musicians, reconnecting with his friend Bix Beiderbecke and spending time with Hoagy Carmichael and Lil Hardin. He earned a reputation at "cutting contests", and relocated to New York in order to join Fletcher Henderson's band.

 

With his instantly recognizable rich, gravelly voice, Armstrong was also an influential singer and skillful improviser, bending the lyrics and melody of a song. He was also skilled at scat singing. Armstrong is renowned for his charismatic stage presence and voice as well as his trumpet playing. By the end of Armstrong's career in the 1960s, his influence had spread to popular music in general. Armstrong was one of the first popular African-American entertainers to "cross over", meaning his music transcended his skin color in a racially divided America. He rarely publicly politicized his race, to the dismay of fellow African Americans, but took a well-publicized stand for desegregation in the Little Rock crisis. He was able to access the upper echelons of American society at a time when this was difficult for black men.

 

Armstrong appeared in films such as High Society (1956) alongside Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, and Frank Sinatra, and Hello, Dolly! (1969) starring Barbra Streisand. He received many accolades including three Grammy Award nominations and a win for his vocal performance of Hello, Dolly! in 1964.

 

 

 

louis-armstrong-hall-of-fame-past-perfect-jazz-line-5x-audio-cd-2002-220179-1-.jpg

 

louis-armstrong-hall-of-fame-past-perfect-jazz-line-5x-audio-cd-2002-220179-2-.jpg

louis-armstrong-hall-of-fame-past-perfect-jazz-line-5x-audio-cd-2002-220179-3-.jpg

Product Reviews

This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!

Customers also viewed

Click the button below to add the Louis Armstrong ‎– Hall Of Fame / Past Perfect Jazz Line ‎5x Audio CD 2002 / 220179 to your wish list.