Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby – Bing & Satchmo (Vinyl LP)


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*This is a Vinyl LP*

Release Date:  2021

Label:  Waxtime


Track List

Side A

  1. Muskrat Ramble
  2. Sugar
  3. The Preacher
  4. Dardanella
  5. Let’s Sing Like A Dixieland Band
  6. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
  7. Brother Bill
  8. Gone Fishin’ [studio Version] (*)

Side B

  1. Little Ol’ Tune
  2. At The Jazz Band Ball
  3. Rocky Mountain Moon
  4. Lazy River
  5. Bye Bye Blues
  6. Little One (*)
  7. I Love You, Samantha (*)
  8. Now You Has Jazz (*)



After being friends for more than three decades and collaborating on records, movies and radio shows, in 1960 Louis Armstrongand Bing Crosby taped their one and only duet album, presented here in its entirety.


  • LOUIS ARMSTRONG, vocals & trumpet
  • BING CROSBY, vocals
  • Orchestra arranged & conducted by BILLY MAY
  • Dick Cathcart, Shorty Sherock (tp), Abe Lincoln, Moe Schneider, Tommy Pederson (tb), Justin Gordon, Chuck Gentry, Matty Matlock, Wilbur Schwartz (reeds), StanWrightsman (p), George Van Eps (g), Morty Corb (b), Nick Fatool (d). Johnny Mercer (originally uncredited vocals on “Up a Lazy River” only). The Jud Conlon singers (choir) arranged by Bill E. Thompson. Additional lyrics by Johnny Mercer.
  • New York, June 28-30 & July 5, 1960.
  • A8: Louis Armstrong (tp, vc), Bing Crosby (vc), Bobby Guy, Red Nichols, Ziggy Elman (tp), Dick Taylor, Bill Atkinson, Wendell Mayhew (tb), Phil Sunken, Matty Matlock, Babe Russin, Jack Chaney, Larry Wright, Warren Baker (reeds), Jacques Gasselin, Harry Bluestone, Henry Hill, Walter Edelstein, Mayer Oberman, Murray Kellner, Sam Freed (vln), Milton Thomas (viola), Cy Bernard (cello), Buddy Cole, Mel Henke (p), Perry Botkin (g), Phil Stephens (b), Nick Fatool (d).
  • Studio recording for Decca. San Francisco, April 25, 1951.
  • B6-B8: Louis Armstrong (tp, vc), Bing Crosby (vc), Trummy Young (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Arvell Shaw (b), Barrett Deems (d), plus MGM studio orchestra, Johnny Green (cond).
  • From the original soundtrack to the film High Society, Hollywood, January 6-18, 1956.
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