Louis Armstrong And The All Stars - Basin Street Blues album download
|A||Basin Street Blues|
- Printed By – A/S L. Ihrichs Bogtrykkeri
NotesRecorded at Decca recording session March 19, 1954
The cover is printed in Denmark.
The label Lawrence Wright is included on the label, but no role.
On the label it says Made in England by The Decca Record Co. Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: S1473-1 IH
- Rights Society: NCB
- Barcode: law
|BME 9006||Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars||Basin Street Blues (7", EP)||Decca||BME 9006||UK||1954|
|BME.9006||Louis Armstrong And The All Stars*||Basin Street Blues (7", EP)||Decca||BME.9006||Sweden||1954|
|SDW-10094||ルイ•アームストロング* = Louis Armstrong||ルイ•アームストロング* = Louis Armstrong - Basin Street Blues (7", EP)||Decca||SDW-10094||Japan||Unknown|
|BME 9006||Louis Armstrong And The All-Stars*||Basin Street Blues (7", EP)||Decca||BME 9006||Sweden||1955|
|BME 9006||Louis Armstrong And All The Stars*||Basin Street Blues (7", EP)||Decca||BME 9006||Denmark||Unknown|
Album: Louis Armstrong: The Masters Remastered.
Basin Street Blues" is a song often performed by Dixieland jazz bands, written by Spencer Williams in 1928 and recorded that year by Louis Armstrong. was later added by Glenn Miller and Jack Teagarden. The Basin Street of the title refers to the main street of Storyville, the red-light district of early 20th-century New Orleans, north of the French Quarter. It became a red light district in 1897.