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This 1947 performance presents Louis Armstrong returning to the classic repertoire of his greatest period, accompanied by a superb small group and playing before an appreciative audience. Forsaking the big-band format that had been his mainstay for years, Armstrong sounds wonderful on tunes associated with his Hot Five period, like ''Cornet Chop Suey'' and ''Muskrat Ramble,'' while he joyously shares the vocals with the fine trombonist Jack Teagarden. Bobby Hackett's cornet complements Louis's
By GHB Music
cornet player & his Castle Jazz Band are featured on tracks from 1985 & 1999, feat. Charlie Bornemann, Bill Rutan, Herman Foretich, Mike Moore & Chuck Chamison.
By Classic Compact Disc
mpn: ST 91058, ean: 0601704910512,
This album is one of those titles that audiophiles have known about for years, and is a favorite at Hi-Fi shows for demonstration. The first cut, St. James Infirmary, is out of this world like many of the other tunes, including the song Frankie & Johnny. Originally released on Audio Fidelity, this Classic Records reissue is available for the first time on 180 gram vinyl..