jazztrain

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  1. Louis Armstrong (Harmony)

    mjzee -- Did you ever go to Sam Goody's? We appear to be about the same age. I still have LPs I bought at Sam Goody's where they cut the plastic wrap in the bottom right corner of the back and wrote in the price in case you wanted to return it.
  2. Louis Armstrong (Harmony)

    mjzee: Here's the source of the material on Harmony HS 11316. I assume you can easily obtain the personnel from the information below. Tiger Rag: Louis Armstrong and the All Stars. Dec., 20, 1955. Honeysuckle Rose: Louis Armstrong and the All Stars (from "Satch Plays Fats"). April 26, 1955. Muskrat Ramble. Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five. Feb. 26, 1926. Tin Roof Blues. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars. Oct. 30, 1955. Shine. Louis Armstrong and His Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra. March 9, 1931. Basin Street Blues. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra. Dec. 4, 1928. Body and Soul. Louis Armstrong and His Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra. Oct. 9, 1930. Twelfth Street Rag. Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven. May 11, 1927. St. James Infirmary. Louis Armstrong and His Savoy Ballroom Five. Dec. 12, 1928.
  3. Sonny Stitt on Clarinet and Soprano?

    Not that I can recall or find.
  4. Blue Notes and more reduced again

    PM sent on: Kenny Burrell. A Generation Ago Today. Gary Burton. Country Roads and Other Places.
  5. Not sure if he's looking out of a window, but it's a good cover:
  6. Serge Chaloff - Boston 1950 - Uptown

    You know, I thought that there was a connection when I wrote that. I saw a few references on line to it being based on SATS and must have accepted it based on that phrase in the bridge. Forget I brought up Stuffy.