Louis Armstrong – Ken Burns Jazz


In stock


Release Year: 2000

Label: Sony Music

Track List

  1. Chimes Blues
  2. Cake Walkin’ Blues (From Home)
  3. Heebie Jeebies
  4. Potato Head BLues
  5. West End Blues
  6. Tight Like This
  7. Mahogany Hall Stomp
  8. Ain’t Misbehavin’
  9. Black And Blue
  10. St. Louis Blues
  11. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South
  12. Blue Again
  13. Lazy River
  14. Chinatown, My Chinatown
  15. Star Dust
  16. Shadrack
  17. I Double Dare You
  18. When The Saints Go Marching In
  19. Marie
  20. Rockin’ Chair
  21. Blueberry Hill
  22. Mack The Knife
  23. A Fine Romance
  24. Hello, Dolly!
  25. What A Wonderful World


He taught the world how to swing, many critics have said. But before Louis Armstrong taught us that, he had to teach us how to listen. And from his earliest recordings in Chicago as a sideman in King Oliver’s band through his triumphs at the head of small groups and big bands of every description – first in Chicago, then in New York, and, from there, around the world, as America’s cultural ambassador – Armstrong’s irrepressible personality no less than his virtuosic trumpet playing and singing taught us something more fundamental. He really taught us how to smile.

There probably isn’t a corner of the world that hasn’t been reached by a Louis Armstrong performance – whether with one of his “good ol’ good ones,” with his Hot Five in Chicago of the 1920s, or with “Hello, Dolly!” from Broadway in the 1960s. Wherever, and so long as, there’s music, there will be Louis Armstrong. And there will be joy. Satchmo Forever!

Additional information

Weight 5.0 oz
Dimensions 5.5 × 0.5 × 5.0 in
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