Blues for Yesterday [Avid]

Blues for Yesterday [Avid]

by Louis Armstrong
     
 

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A selection of '40s recordings catching Pops in a variety of settings. The opening four tracks come from Armstrong's final session with his big band for Victor, followed by a 1946 Esquire magazine all-star poll winner's date. Seven of the following tracks emanate from radio broadcasts with the closer "Three Little Bears" coming from an

Overview

A selection of '40s recordings catching Pops in a variety of settings. The opening four tracks come from Armstrong's final session with his big band for Victor, followed by a 1946 Esquire magazine all-star poll winner's date. Seven of the following tracks emanate from radio broadcasts with the closer "Three Little Bears" coming from an Eddie Condon television broadcast. A nice set of oddball Satchmo in the '40s, blowing and singing his heart out no matter what the surroundings.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/11/2000
Label:
Avid Records Uk
UPC:
5022810167020
catalogNumber:
670

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Louis Armstrong   Primary Artist,Trumpet,Vocals
Danny Barker   Guitar
Art Hodes   Piano
Johnny Hodges   Alto
Albert Nicholas   Clarinet
Jack Teagarden   Trombone,Vocals
Lucky Thompson   Tenor (Vocal)
Charlie Shavers   Trumpet
Georg Brunis   Trombone
Joe Bushkin   Piano
Dick Cary   Piano
Neal Hefti   Trumpet
Chubby Jackson   Bass
Zutty Singleton   Drums
George Wettling   Drums
Don Hill   Alto
Wild Bill Davison   Cornet
Baby Dodds   Drums
Butch Ballard   Drums
Barney Bigard   Clarinet
Robert Butler   Trumpet
Don Byas   Tenor Saxophone
Red Callender   Bass
Big Sid Catlett   Drums
Cobb   Trombone
Cutty Cutshall   Trombone
Arthur Dennis   Alto (Vocal)
Vic Dickenson   Trombone
Duke Ellington   Guitar
Pops Foster   Bass
Joe Garland   Tenor Saxophone
Amos Gordon   Alto (Vocal)
Jimmy Hamilton   Clarinet
Joe Harris   Drums
Jack Lesberg   Bass
Earl Mason   Piano
Alton Moore   Trombone
Big Chief Russell Moore   Trombone
Ed Mullens   Trumpet
Allan Reuss   Guitar
William Scott   Trumpet
Arvell Shaw   Bass
Billy Strayhorn   Piano
Elmer Warner   Guitar,Piano
James Whitney   Trombone
Charlie Beal   Piano
Earnest Thompson   Baritone (Vocal)
John Sparrow   Baritone,Tenor (Vocal)
Waddey Williams   Trombone
Adam Martin   Trombone
Ludwig Jordan   Trumpet
Norman Powe   Trombone

Technical Credits

King Oliver   Composer
Ian Carr   Composer
Pat Hawes   Liner Notes
Claude Demetrius   Composer
Fleecie Moore   Composer
Sam Theard   Composer
Lester Carr   Composer
Traditional   Composer
William Johnstone   Composer

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