Genre: Jazz
Size: 12"
Format: 45RPM,


Louis Armstrong Under The Stars 45rpm 200g 4LP

Louis Armstrong

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The first of our 200-gram 45rpm Verve releases. If you thought our 33rpm release of this album was great, wait until you hear the stunning clarity of this 4 disc set, pressed at 45rpm on four single sided discs. Now available on 45 rpm 200-gram quiex vinyl.

One of the lesser-known Louis Armstrong sets, this album was recorded during the same day that resulted in his similar I've Got the World on a String. The great trumpeter/singer is backed by a string orchestra arranged and conducted by Russ Garcia. He performs eight veteran standards, only one of which ("Body and Soul") was associated with him in the past. Although the accompaniment is pretty straight and unadventurous, it is enjoyable to hear Satch's interpretations of such songs as "Have You Met Miss Jones," "I Only Have Eyes for You," "Home" and "East of the Sun." Many of his trumpet solos during the medium-tempo material are brief but dramatic, and his singing is typically expressive and good-humored.-Scott Yanow, AMG

1. Top Hat, White Tie and Tails
2. Have You Met Miss Jones?
3. I Only Have Eyes For You
4. Stormy Weather
5. Home
6. East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)
7. You're Blase

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