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Louis Armstrong - July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971 album download

Performer:

Louis Armstrong

Title:

July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971

Genre:

Jazz

MP3 album size:

1204 mb

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Rating:

4.8 ✱

Country:

US

Date of release:

1971

Louis Armstrong - July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971 album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra (You So And So) You'll Wish You'd Never Been Born 3:18
A2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Hustlin' & Bustlin' For Baby 3:08
A3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Sittin' In The Dark 3:01
A4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra He's A Son Of The South 2:38
A5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Some Sweet Day 3:00
A6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Honey, Don't You Love Me Anymore 3:09
A7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Mississippi Basin 3:06
A8 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Tomorrow Night 3:16
A9 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Dusky Stevedore 2:54
B1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Wonder Who 3:06
B2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Don't Play Me Cheap 2:54
B3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Linger In My Arms A Little Longer, Baby 3:00
B4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Whatta Ya Gonna Do 2:55
B5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Joseph 'N His Brudders 3:02
B6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra No Variety Blues
Vocals – Louis Armstrong, Thelma Middleton
2:54
B7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Back O' Town Blues 4:15
B8 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Six Blues In The South 3:04
C1 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Six I Want A Little Girl 3:00
C2 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Six Sugar (That Sugar Baby O' Mine) 3:25
C3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra The Blues Are Brewin' 2:55
C4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Endie 2:50
C5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Believe 3:05
C6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Why Doubt My Love 3:20
C7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You Don't Learn That At School 2:45
C8 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Fifty-Fifty Blues 3:00
C9 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Some Day You'll Be Sorry 3:10
D1 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* A Song Was Born 3:21
D2 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Lovely Weather We're Having 3:16
D3 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Please Stop Playing Those Blues, Boy 3:17
D4 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Ain't Misbehavin' 3:55
D5 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Pennies From Heaven 3:43
D6 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Save It, Pretty Mama 4:31
D7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Rain, Rain 2:39
D8 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Never Saw A Better Day 3:10

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – RCA Records
  • Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff

Notes

Tan labels
Gatefold

A1 You'll Wish You'd Never Been Born (December 9, 1932)
A2 Hustlin' & Bustlin' For Baby (January 26, 1933)
A3 Sittin' In The Dark (January 26, 1933)
A4 He's A Son Of The South (January 26, 1933)
A5 Some Sweet Day (January 27, 1933)
A6 Honey Don't You Love Me Anymore (April 24, 1933)
A7 Mississippi Basin (April 24, 1933)
A8 Tomorrow Night (April 24, 1933)
A9 Dusky Stevedore (April 24, 1933)
B1 I Wonder Who (April 26, 1933)
B2 Don't Play Me Cheap (April 26, 1933)
B3 Linger In My Arms A Little Longer Baby (April 27, 1946)
B4 Whatta Ya Gonna Do (April 27, 1946)
B5 Joseph 'N His Brudders (April 27, 1946)
B6 No Variety Blues (April 27, 1946)
B7 Back O' Town Blues (April 27, 1946)
B8 Blues In The South (September 6, 1946)
C1 I Want A Little Girl (September 6, 1946)
C2 Sugar (September 6, 1946)
C3 The Blues Are Brewin' (October 17, 1946)
C4 Endie (October 17, 1946)
C5 I Believe (March 12, 1947)
C6 Why Doubt My Love (March 12, 1947)
C7 You Don't Learn That At School (March 12, 1947)
C8 Fifty-Fifty Blues (June 10, 1947)
C9 Some Day You'll Be Sorry (June 10, 1947)
D1 A Song Was Born (October 16, 1947)
D2 Lovely Weather We're Having (October 16, 1947)
D3 Please Stop Playing Those Blues Boys (October 16, 1947)
D4 Ain't Misbehavin' (February 20, 1948)
D5 Pennies From Heaven (February 20, 1948)
D6 Save It Pretty Mama (February 20, 1948)
D7 Rain Rain (August 1, 1956)
D8 I Never Saw A Better Day (August 1, 1956)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): APRM-5501
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): APRM-5503
  • Matrix / Runout (Label C): APRM-5504
  • Matrix / Runout (Label D): APRM-5502
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A stamped): APRM 5501 4S A1 I
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B stamped): APRM 5503 4S I A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout C stamped): APRM 5504 4S I A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout D stamped): APRM 5502 3S I A1
  • Other (Record disc 1): VPM-6044-1
  • Other (Record disc 2): VPM-6044-2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VPM-6044 Louis Armstrong July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono) RCA Victor VPM-6044 US 1971
LPV-1229 Louis Armstrong July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971 ‎(3xLP, Comp, Mono) RCA Victor LPV-1229 Venezuela 1971
VPM-6044 Louis Armstrong July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono, Gat) RCA Victor VPM-6044 Canada 1971
PJM2-8040, 26.28 109 DP Louis Armstrong July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971 ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE) RCA International, RCA International PJM2-8040, 26.28 109 DP Germany 1975
LPRCA 70475/6 Louis Armstrong 4. Srpnja 1900 - 6. Srpnja 1971 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono) Jugoton, RCA Victor LPRCA 70475/6 Yugoslavia 1972

July 4, 1900/July 6, 1971. July 4, 1900/July 6, 1971.

Louis Daniel Armstrong (August 4, 1901 – July 6, 1971), nicknamed Satchmo, Satch, and Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, vocalist and occasional actor who was one of 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.

Louis Armstrong - July 4, 1900, July 6, 1971. Label:RCA - DPM 2017. Genre:Jazz, Pop, Vocal. Format:2 x Vinyl, LP. As for the vinyl itself, all four sides are really clean, have a vivid lustre and have next to nothing visible in normal light. You are viewing Louis Armstrong Hello, Dolly! Vinyl Album 1971. The main cover on the album is in good condition, does have a split in seam on one side. The vinyl has, as far as I can see, no scratches. Genre: Pop. See similar items. Style: ist: Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong - July 4 1900/ July 6 1971 (Vinyl LP) NM/EX.

Louis Armstrong was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States on July 4, 1900 into a poor African American family. He had a difficult childhood. In 1902, when Louis was just an infant, his father, William Armstrong deserted the family and married another woman. Louis then married Lucille Wilson in October 1942, a singer at the Cotton Club, to whom he was married until his death in 1971. Armstrong's marriages never produced any offspring, though he loved children. However, in December 2012, 57-year-old Sharon Preston-Folta claimed to be his daughter from a 1950s affair between Armstrong and Lucille "Sweets" Preston, a dancer at the Cotton Club.

This song is by Louis Armstrong and appears on the compilation album July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971 (1971). Even though the weight was heavyI was happy under levyWanna take my ride for placeIn the Mississippi Basin back homeWhere I did at home. Everybody was for me thereAll the folks work on and free thereUsed to love to wash my faceIn that Mississippi Basin back home. There goes summer landThat's the song I'm singing all dayEven something, babyWhy did I leave you, why did I go away.

Louis Armstrong – July 4, 1900 - July 6 1971 Label: RCA International – PJM2-8040, RCA International – 2. 8 109 DP Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Stereo Country: Germany Released: 1975 Genre: Jazz. Tracklist A1 You'll Wish You'd Never Been Born (December 9, 1932) A2 Hustlin' & Bustlin' For Baby (January 26, 1933) A3 Sittin' In The Dark (January 26, 1933) A4 He's A Son Of The South (January 26, 1933) A5 Some Sweet Day (January 27, 1933) A6 Honey Don't You Love Me Anymore (April 24, 1933) A7 Mississippi Basin (April 24, 1933) A8 Tomorrow Night (April.

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