Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 When It's Sleepy Time Down South 0:57
2 (Back Home Again In) Indiana 5:30
3 Some Day 4:00
4 Back o' Town Blues 5:46
5 Way Down Yonder in New Orleans 5:42
6 Star Dust 3:34
7 The Hucklebuck 3:36
8 Honeysuckle Rose 3:56
9 How High the Moon 4:43
10 Just You, Just Me 6:22
11 Bugle Blues 5:39
12 My Monday Date 6:37
13 You Can Depend on Me 4:07
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 That's a Plenty 3:02
2 Body and Soul 4:42
3 Big Daddy Blues 3:45
4 Baby It's Cold Outside 5:42
5 Muskrat Ramble 3:02
6 When It's Sleepy Time Down South 3:28
7 Indiana 4:22
8 The Gypsy 4:42
9 Some Day 4:55
10 Tin Roof Blues 5:12
11 My Bucket's Got a Hole in It 3:08
12 Rose Room 6:08
13 Perfidio 3:54
14 Blues for Bass 4:23
15 Me and My Brother Bill 3:34
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 When You're Smiling 3:37
2 'Tain't What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It) 2:54
3 Lover, Come Back to Me 3:12
4 Don't Fence Me In 5:21
5 Basin Street Blues 5:16
6 When It's Sleepy Time Down South 2:00
7 Shadrack / When the Saints Go Marching In 7:04
8 C'est Si Bon 2:25
9 The Whippenpoof Song 5:11
10 Rockin' Chair 4:16
11 Twelfth Street Rag 7:34
12 Muskrat Ramble 5:53
13 St. Louis Blues 3:29
14 The Man I Love 4:46
15 Back o' Town Blues 5:08
16 Old Man Mose 3:17
CD 4
# Title Rating Length
1 Jeepers Creepers 3:35
2 Margie 3:51
3 Big Mama's Back in Town 3:08
4 Big Butter and Egg Man 4:03
5 Stompin' at the Savoy 3:44
6 When It's Sleepy Time Down South 2:08
7 Struttin' With Some Barbecue 5:43
8 (Up a) Lazy River 4:10
9 Old Man Mose 4:01
10 My Bucket's Got a Hole in It 2:59
11 's Wonderful 7:24
12 Big Mama's Back in Town 3:18
13 Since I Fell for You 4:02
14 Mop Mop 2:56
15 When It's Sleepy Time Down South 2:50

Credits

CD 1

clarinet:
Barney Bigard (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–13)
drums (drum set):
Cozy Cole (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–13)
trumpet:
Louis Armstrong (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–13)
double bass [bass]:
Arvell Shaw (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–13)
piano:
Earl Hines (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–13)
trombone:
Jack Teagarden (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–13)
composer:
Charles Carpenter (track 13)
Louis Dunlap (track 13)
Earl Hines (tracks 12–13)
Turner Layton (track 5)
Clarence Muse (track 1)
James F. Hanley (1917) (track 2)
Hoagy Carmichael (1927) (track 6)
Fats Waller (1928) (track 8)
Jesse Greer (1929) (track 10)
Morgan Lewis (1940) (track 9)
lyricist:
Henry Creamer (track 5)
Leon René (track 1)
Otis René (track 1)
Ballard MacDonald (1917) (track 2)
Andy Razaf (1928) (track 8)
Raymond Klages (1929) (track 10)
Mitchell Parish (1929) (track 6)
Nancy Hamilton (1940) (track 9)
vocals:
Jack Teagarden (1951-01-30) (track 4)
Louis Armstrong (1951-01-30) (tracks 3–4, 11–13)
Velma Middleton (1951-01-30) (track 7)
writer:
Louis Armstrong (track 4)
Luis Russell (track 4)
publisher:
Chappell (company that specialized in library and production music) (track 9)
Mills Music, Inc. (tracks 1, 6)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 9)
recorded at:
Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California, United States (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–13)
later translated versions:
'n Egoïst (track 9)
Polvere di stelle (track 6)
later versions:
Har ni cykellås (track 8)
live cover recording of:
Honeysuckle Rose (1951-01-30) (track 8)
live instrumental cover recording of:
Indiana (Back Home Again in Indiana) (1951-01-30) (track 2)
live instrumental recording of:
'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans (1951-01-30) (track 5)
Just You, Just Me (1951-01-30) (track 10)
Stardust (the jazz standard) (1951-01-30) (track 6)
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (1951-01-30) (track 1)
live recording of:
Back o 'Town Blues (1951-01-30) (track 4)
How High the Moon (1951-01-30) (track 9)
My Monday Date (1951-01-30) (track 12)
You Can Depend on Me (1951-01-30) (track 13)
referred to in medleys:
Ja-Da Medley (track 5)

CD 2

clarinet:
Barney Bigard (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–5)
Barney Bigard (1955-01-21) (tracks 6–15)
drums (drum set):
Cozy Cole (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–5)
Barrett Deems (1955-01-21) (tracks 6–15)
trumpet:
Louis Armstrong (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–5)
Louis Armstrong (1955-01-21) (tracks 6–15)
double bass [bass]:
Arvell Shaw (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–5)
Arvell Shaw (1955-01-21) (tracks 6–15)
piano:
Earl Hines (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–5)
Billy Kyle (1955-01-21) (tracks 6–15)
trombone:
Jack Teagarden (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–5)
Trummy Young (1955-01-21) (tracks 6–15)
composer:
Louis Armstrong (track 9)
Georg Brunis (track 10)
Paul Mares (track 10)
Clarence Muse (track 6)
Ben Pollack (track 10)
L. Pollack (track 1)
Leon Roppolo (track 10)
Mel Stitzel (track 10)
Juan Tizol (track 13)
Clarence Williams (track 11)
Frank Loesser (track 4)
James F. Hanley (1917) (track 7)
Art Hickman (1917) (track 12)
Kid Ory (1926) (track 5)
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (1930) (track 2)
lyricist:
Ray Gilbert (track 1)
Frank Loesser (track 4)
Leon René (track 6)
Otis René (track 6)
Ballard MacDonald (1917) (track 7)
Harry Williams (American songwriter, co-writer of “In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree”) (1917) (track 12)
Frank Eyton (1930) (track 2)
Edward Heyman (1930) (track 2)
Robert Sour (1930) (track 2)
vocals:
Louis Armstrong (1951-01-30) (tracks 4–5)
Velma Middleton (1951-01-30) (tracks 3–4)
Barney Bigard (1955-01-21) (track 11)
Louis Armstrong (1955-01-21) (tracks 6, 8–9, 11, 15)
writer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 15)
publisher:
Chappell & Co Ltd. (track 2)
Druropetal Music (track 2)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 12)
Frank Music Corp. (track 4)
Janeiro Music Co. (track 1)
Lew Pollack Music (track 1)
MPL Communications Ltd. (not for release label use! Paul McCartney-related, London-based company) (track 4)
MPL UK Publishing (track 4)
Mills Music, Inc. (track 6)
Quartet Music Inc. (track 2)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 2)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 2)
recorded at:
Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California, United States (1951-01-30) (tracks 1–5)
Crescendo Club (1950s Hollywood, CA Nightclub) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1955-01-21) (tracks 6–15)
later parody versions:
Baby, It's Cold Outside (parody) (track 4)
later translated versions:
Cuerpo y Alma (track 2)
Hut und Haar (track 2)
later versions:
Perdido (with lyrics) (track 13)
live cover recording of:
Baby, It’s Cold Outside (Neptune’s Daughter) (1951-01-30) (track 4)
live instrumental recording of:
That’s a Plenty (1951-01-30) (track 1)
Rose Room (1955-01-21) (track 12)
live recording of:
Body and Soul (1951-01-30) (track 2)
Muskrat Ramble (1926 original instrumental version) (1951-01-30) (track 5)
Bucket’s Got a Hole in It (Jazz composition) (1955-01-21) (track 11)
Indiana (Back Home Again in Indiana) (1955-01-21) (track 7)
Me and Brother Bill (1955-01-21) (track 15)
Perdido (original instrumental version) (1955-01-21) (track 13)
Tin Roof Blues (original instrumental version) (1955-01-21) (track 10)
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (1955-01-21) (track 6)
recording of:
Someday (1955-01-21) (track 9)
referred to in medleys:

CD 3

clarinet:
Barney Bigard (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–12, 14–16)
drums (drum set):
Barrett Deems (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–16)
trumpet:
Louis Armstrong (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–12, 14–16)
double bass [bass]:
Arvell Shaw (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–16)
piano:
Billy Kyle (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–16)
trombone:
Trummy Young (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–12, 14–16)
arranger:
Louis Armstrong (track 7)
composer:
Tod B Galloway (American composer and songwriter) (track 9)
Clarence Muse (track 6)
Larry Shay (track 1)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 7)
George Gershwin (composer) (1924) (track 14)
Kid Ory (1926) (track 12)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (1926) (track 5)
Sigmund Romberg (1928) (track 3)
Hoagy Carmichael (1929) (track 10)
Cole Porter (composer) (1934) (track 4)
Henri Betti (1947) (track 8)
lyricist:
Hoagy Carmichael (track 10)
Mark Fisher (early 20th century songwriter) (track 1)
Joe Goodwin (track 1)
Meade Minnigerode (American writer) (track 9)
George S Pomeroy (American lyricist) (track 9)
Leon René (track 6)
Otis René (track 6)
Jerry Seelen (track 8)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (track 5)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 7)
Ira Gershwin (1924) (track 14)
Oscar Hammerstein II (1928) (track 3)
Robert Fletcher (US poet) (1934) (track 4)
Cole Porter (composer) (1934) (track 4)
vocals:
Trummy Young (1955-01-21) (tracks 2, 10)
Louis Armstrong (1955-01-21) (tracks 1, 4, 6–10, 15–16)
Velma Middleton (1955-01-21) (tracks 3–4)
writer:
Louis Armstrong (tracks 15–16)
R. McGimsey (track 7)
Zilner Randolph (track 16)
Luis Russell (track 15)
publisher:
Mills Music, Inc. (track 6)
New World Company (track 14)
Songs of Peer, Ltd. (track 10)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 14)
Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) (tracks 3–4)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (2017-04-01 –) (track 3)
recorded at:
Crescendo Club (1950s Hollywood, CA Nightclub) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–16)
arrangements:
St. Louis Blues (for concert band, Nowak) (track 13)
The Man I Love (for solo piano, transcr. by Percy Grainger) (track 14)
The Man I Love (for piano solo, arr Gershwin) (track 14)
is the basis for:
Negra historia (track 4)
later translated versions:
Mia zwa (track 14)
恋人よ我に帰れ (今は淋しく 君は去りて 忘れられない あの面影…) (track 3)
later versions:
live cover recording of:
Lover, Come Back to Me (The New Moon) (1955-01-21) (track 3)
live instrumental recording of:
St. Louis Blues (1955-01-21) (track 13)
live medley including a recording of:
Shadrack (1955-01-21) (track 7)
When the Saints Go Marching In (Louis Armstrong's version) (1955-01-21) (track 7)
live recording of:
Back o 'Town Blues (1955-01-21) (track 15)
Basin Street Blues (1955-01-21) (track 5)
Don’t Fence Me In (1955-01-21) (track 4)
Muskrat Ramble (1926 original instrumental version) (1955-01-21) (track 12)
Ol’ Man Mose (1955-01-21) (track 16)
The Man I Love (1955-01-21) (track 14)
The Whiffenpoof Song (1955-01-21) (track 9)
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (1955-01-21) (track 6)
part of:
An American in Paris (2015 Broadway musical) (track 14)
recording of:
C'est si bon (English version) (1955-01-21) (track 8)
Rockin’ Chair (1929 Hoagy Carmichael song) (1955-01-21) (track 10)
referred to in medleys:
Ja-Da Medley (track 13)
translated version of:
C’est si bon (original french version) (track 8)
version of:

CD 4

clarinet:
Barney Bigard (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–15)
drums (drum set):
Barrett Deems (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–15)
trumpet:
Louis Armstrong (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–15)
double bass [bass]:
Arvell Shaw (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–15)
piano:
Billy Kyle (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–15)
trombone:
Trummy Young (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–15)
composer:
Benny Goodman (clarinetist and bandleader) (track 5)
Clarence Muse (tracks 6, 15)
Edgar Sampson (track 5)
Chick Webb (track 5)
Clarence Williams (track 10)
Con Conrad (1920) (track 2)
J. Russel Robinson (1920) (track 2)
George Gershwin (composer) (1927) (track 11)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (1938) (track 1)
Buddy Johnson (1945) (track 13)
lyricist:
Andy Razaf (track 5)
Leon René (tracks 6, 15)
Otis René (tracks 6, 15)
Benny Davis (vaudeville performer) (1920) (track 2)
Ira Gershwin (1927) (track 11)
Johnny Mercer (1938) (track 1)
Buddy Johnson (1945) (track 13)
vocals:
Barney Bigard (1955-01-21) (track 10)
Louis Armstrong (1955-01-21) (tracks 1, 4, 6, 8–10, 15)
Velma Middleton (1955-01-21) (tracks 3–4, 12–13)
writer:
Louis Armstrong (tracks 4, 9)
Sidney Arodin (track 8)
Hoagy Carmichael (track 8)
Zilner Randolph (track 9)
Percy Venable (1926) (track 4)
publisher:
Chappell & Co. (track 11)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 11)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track 1)
EMI Robbins Catalog (ASCAP) (track 5)
Ira Gershwin Music (track 11)
Leon Rene Publication (tracks 6, 15)
Mills Music, Inc. (tracks 6, 15)
Otis Rene Publication (tracks 6, 15)
Ragbag Music (ASCAP) (track 5)
Rytvoc (ASCAP) (track 5)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 11)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 13)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track 11)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 13)
recorded at:
Crescendo Club (1950s Hollywood, CA Nightclub) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1955-01-21) (tracks 1–15)
arrangements:
’s Wonderful (for solo piano) (track 11)
later translated versions:
Hop dans la rivière (Lazy River) (track 8)
Wundervoll (track 11)
live instrumental recording of:
Stompin’ at the Savoy (1955-01-21) (track 5)
’s Wonderful (1955-01-21) (track 11)
live recording of:
Big Butter and Egg Man (1955-01-21) (track 4)
Bucket’s Got a Hole in It (Jazz composition) (1955-01-21) (track 10)
Jeepers Creepers (1955-01-21) (track 1)
Margie (1955-01-21) (track 2)
Ol’ Man Mose (1955-01-21) (track 9)
Since I Fell for You (1955-01-21) (track 13)
Struttin’ With Some Barbecue (1955-01-21) (track 7)
part of:
An American in Paris (2015 Broadway musical) (track 11)
Funny Face (1927 musical) (track 11)
recording of:
Lazy River (1955-01-21) (track 8)
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (1955-01-21) (tracks 6, 15)
referred to in medleys:
Ja-Da Medley (track 8)
Medley :you rascal you... (tracks 6, 15)

Release

ASIN:US: B000003N3I [info]