Louis Armstrong (1901–1971), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, singer and occasional actor who was one of the most influential figures in jazz and in all of American popular music. His career spanned five decades, from the 1920s to the 1960s, and different eras in jazz.
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But Armstrong's malleable tone and magnetic presence command the spotlight. Pops' joyous, bawdy riff that opens this 1954 album goes straight back to the music of his youth: He famously cut "St. Louis Blues" with Bessie Smith in 1925, and his masterful vocal performances and thrilling trumpet improvisations on this set of songs by blues composer . Handy have the kind of authority that comes from having truly lived the music. His backing band provides crisp accompaniment; trombonist Trummy Young rips on the roaring "Lone Gone (From the Bowlin' Green). But Armstrong's malleable tone and magnetic presence command the spotlight.
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However, the album came at a hectic time for Armstrong – it was recorded on the same day as I’ve Got The World On A String and just 24 hours after he had finished his second album with Ella Fitzgerald.
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This recording was not only Louis Armstrong's finest record of the 1950s but one of the truly classic jazz sets. Their nearly nine-minute version of "St. Louis Blues" - with witty vocals, roaring Young trombone, and a couple of long majestic trumpet solos - is arguably the greatest version of the oft-recorded song.
|A1||When It's Sleepy Time Down South||3:26|
|A2||C'Est Si Bon||3:34|
|A4||Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen||2:32|
|B1||Now You Has Jazz||6:40|
|B2||Yellow Dog Blues||3:16|
|B3||New Orleans Function||6:26|
|B4||When The Saints||4:35|