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Royal Garden Blues - Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars - Ambassador Satch (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Song information for Royal Garden Blues - Louis Armstrong on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice Ambassador Satch. Louis Armstrong & All-Stars Forlane: Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong: Jazz Collection. Collection: Louis Armstrong.
  2. Jun 27,  · These performances of Armstrong and his band are absolutely ripping hot. Royal Garden Blues sounds like straight-ahead jazz. But sound-wise, it's got deficiencies. By , the sound quality of studio stereo and 3 track recordings already exceeded in definition what Redbook CD's can deliver (as witnessed by the glorious tonal quality of the RCA /5(31).
  3. Louis Armstrong and His All Stars May 17, Town Hall, New York City. An important concert that established the Armstrong band for the rest of his life. Promoter Ernie Anderson recorded the concert but a number of the acetates were not of optimal quality and only six of the songs were initially released.
  4. Title Ambassador Satch. Artist Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars. A2 Tin Roof Blues. 1 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. A nearly perfect record. A NM- record has more than likely never been played, and the vinyl will play perfectly, with no imperfections during playback.
  5. Apr 30,  · Louis Armstrong scholar and biographer Ricky Ricardi announced on his facebook page that he is involved in an upcoming Louis Armstrong set for Mosaic Records that will compile live recordings from both the RCA and Columbia labels recorded '47 to '
  6. Ambassador Satch, an Album by Louis Armstrong & His All Stars. Released in on Hallmark (catalog no. SHM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Dixieland, Vocal Jazz.
  7. Jan 26,  · Louis Armstrong & his All Stars live in Berlin Bass -- Arvell Shaw Clarinet -- Eddie Shu Drums -- Danny Barcelona Piano -- Billy Kyle Sax -- Eddie Shu T.
  8. Nov 07,  · Royal Garden Blues sounds like straight-ahead jazz. But sound-wise, it's got deficiencies. By , the sound quality of studio stereo and 3 track recordings already exceeded in definition what Redbook CD's can deliver (as witnessed by the glorious tonal quality of the RCA Living Stereo reissues on SACD, and Satch's SACD, "Ella and Louis")/5(31).

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