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Louis Armstrong / Duke Ellington / Oscar Peterson

Armstrong / Ellington / Peterson - Three Classic Albums Plus

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  • Type CD
  • Label Avid
  • UPC 5022810706427
  • Catalog number EMSC 1127
  • Release date 15 August 14

About the album

AVID Jazz presents three classic Louis Armstrong albums plus, including original LP liner notes on a finely re-mastered and low priced double CD.

"Recording Together For The First Time"; "The Great Reunion"; Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson" plus Out Takes
The opening paragraph from the original liner notes of our first selection tells us all we need to know about our first two releases in this, yet another fine Louis Armstrong release form Avid! "Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington are the two greatest artists jazz has produced. They have affected the whole course of jazz for more than three decades, and they have, in their different ways been its primary source of inspiration. Without their enlivening talents, it is hard to imagine that a music of such humble origins could have spread throughout the world and flourish in the face of opposition and intense competition!" Enough said we think, all you have to do now is sit back and listen and enjoy! For "Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson" Louis gets to play and sing with the famed Oscar Peterson Trio, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray Brown on bass and joining them for this set, Louis Bellson on drums. To quote again from the original liner notes "all the songs in this are from 15 to 30 years old; all have been used extensively by jazzmen, though in several instances Louis had never before recorded them"…..and…. "hearing Louis in the unfrilled, ungimmicked setting of the Oscar Peterson rhythm section will be a treat for those who have often seen him in person and wished for fewer encumbrances."
All three albums plus have been digitally re-mastered.

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    Duke’s Place
     
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    I’m Just A Lucky So And So
     
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    Cottontail
     
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    Mood Indigo
     
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    Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me
     
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    The Beautiful American
     
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    Black And Tan Fantasy
     
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    Drop Me Off In Harlem
     
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    The Mooche
     
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    In A Mellow Tone
     
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    It Don’t Mean A Thing
     
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    Solitude
     
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    Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
     
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    I’m Beginning To See The Light
     
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    Just Squeeze Me
     
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    I Got It Bad
     
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    Azalea
     
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    In A Mellow Tone
     
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    I’m Beginning To See The Light
     
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    Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
     
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    That Old Feeling
     
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    Let’s Fall In Love
     
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    I’ll Never Be The Same
     
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    Blues In The Night
     
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    How Long Has This Been Going On
     
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    I Was Doing All Right
     
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    What’s New
     
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    Moon Song
     
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    Just One Of Those Things
     
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    There’s No You
     
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    You Go To My Head
     
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    Sweet Lorraine
     
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    13
    Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me
     
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    14
    Duke’s Place
     
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    15
    Drop Me Off In Harlem
     
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    16
    I’m Just A Lucky So And So
     
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    17
    Azalea
     
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    18
    Black And Tan Fantasy
     
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    19
    Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
     
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    20
    Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
     
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    I’m Beginning To See The Light