Francis Scott Key. Twelfth Street Rag. Six Foot Four [Master Take]. All of Me [Master Take]. Harry Woods. Twelfth Street Rag [Alternate Take]. Six Foot Four [Alternate Take]. All of Me [Alternate Take]. Track Listing - Disc 7. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans. Blueberry Hill. Louis Blues Concerto Grosso. Bernstein Addresses Audience. Bernstein's Speech. Muskrat Ramble - Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars* - Columbia And RCA Victor Live Recordings Of Louis Speech.
Murrow Speech. Murrow Says "Good Night". Track Listing - Disc 8. My Bucket's Got a Hole in It. You Made Me Love You. John Schonberger. Stompin' at the Savoy. Big Mama's Back in Town. Track Listing - Disc 9. Pretty Little Missy. Lazy River. Now You Has Jazz. Cole Porter. High Society Calypso. Ole Miss. Girl of My Dreams. Sunny Clapp. After You've Gone. These Foolish Things. Cornet Chop Suey Louis Armstrong.
Our Monday Date Earl Hines. Louis Blues W. Muskrat Ramble - Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars* - Columbia And RCA Victor Live Recordings Of Louis From Heaven Johnny Burke.
You Made Me Love You. Tiger Rag. Louis Blues. Pennies From Heaven. Rockin' Chair. Mack the Knife. Stompin' at the Savoy. Ko Ko Mo. When the Saints Go Marchin' In.
The Star Spangled Banner. Lazy River. Now You Has Jazz. High Society Calypso. Girl of My Here I Am (Come And Take Me) - Al Green - Call Me. After You've Gone. These Foolish Things. Pennies From Heaven [Live]. On the Sunny Side of the Street. Back O' Town Blues [Live]. Ain't Misbehavin' [Live]. Rockin' Chair [Live]. Muskrat Ramble. Save It, Pretty Mama. James Infirmary. Royal Garden Blues.
Jack-Armstrong Blues. Track Listing - Disc 2. Stars Fell on Alabama. I Cried for You. Tea for Two. By the '50s, Armstrong was widely recognized, even traveling the globe for the US.
State Department and earning the nickname "Ambassador Satch. Ina year after his death, he received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Similarly, many of his most influential recordings, like 's "West End Blues" and 's "Mack the Knife," have been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Born in in New Orleans, Louisiana, Armstrong had a difficult childhood.
William Armstrong, his father, was a factory worker who abandoned the family soon after the boy's birth. Armstrong was brought up by his mother, Mary Albert Armstrong, and his maternal grandmother. He showed an early interest in music, and a junk dealer for whom he worked as a grade-school student helped him buy a cornet, which he taught himself to play.
He dropped out of school at 11 to join an informal group, but on December 31,he fired a gun during a New Year's Eve celebration, and was sent to reform school. He studied music there and played cornet and bugle in the school band, eventually becoming its leader.
He was released on June 16,and did manual labor while trying to establish himself as a musician. He moved to the Fate Marable band in the spring ofstaying with Marable until Bonny Wood Green - Various - Music At Matt Molloys fall of Armstrong moved to Chicago to join Oliver 's band in August and made his first recordings as a member of the group in the spring of He married Lillian HardenDanger - ThreeoRick Margitza - Threeo pianist in the Oliver band, on February 5,
Coppice Halifax - CMX II [Extension A], Kola Waste - Red Tail Chasing Hawks - Brother Hawk, Cat People - David Bowie - At Budokan, Where Am I Going? - Shirley Bassey - I, Capricorn, Kingdom Come - Rendered Waters, Empty Chasm - Witchaven - Terrorstorm, Plastic Irish Pubs In Europe - Jackie Leven - The Haunted Year - Winter: Men In Prison / Munich Blue, When Youre Here - Nathaniel Rateliff - In Memory Of Loss, Fine Without You - Armin van Buuren - The Music Videos (1997-2009) (DVD), Guerre, Guerre, Vente, Vent - Tri Yann - Le Meilleur De Tri Yann Vol. 2, Kohlstream - My Vitriol - Finelines