Verve also released the album as one of the first ones in SACD. AllMusic 's Scott Yanow wrote, "Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong make for a charming team on this CD… This is primarily a vocal set with the emphasis on tasteful renditions of ballads. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ella Fitzgerald , Louis Armstrong. The Cash Box. The Cash Box Publishing Co. Retrieved 21 June The Billboard. The Billboard Publishing Co.
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Track Listing. Blueberry Hill. Louis Armstrong. Mack the Knife. Frankie and Johnny. La Vie en Rose. King to Bruce Springsteen. Add in the versions I have on videos and DVD and the actual number is probably closer to However, this is not the one we all know and love. You can read more and even hear a sample of that song by clicking this link.
However, a silly website I found has an article about how Virgil Stamps wrote the music and Luther Presley wrote the lyrics…in ! Louis Armstrong himself talked about hearing the song frequently as a child, both as a sober hymn and as a joyous romp during the second line parades that gathered after a funeral. So Armstrong was quite familiar with the tune, which was already being jammed by the New Orleans jazz musicians, but around the rest of the country, it was mainly known as a gospel tune.
I love Barbarin, but he was no Sid Catlett who was? But it is one of my favorite recordings of all time. I have a single CD version of "Again" dating from the 's. I'm pretty sure it consists of all the songs you have bracketed can't remember if it has "They all Laughed". Location: Medford, NJ. Aggie87 , Jan 18, It is a title that I have on pre-order, part of my Verve subscription.
Looks like this is where the two Hollywood Bowl tracks come from. I spotted an LP that had four tracks - these two on one side and two on the other side that it credited to. But it seems like that was a reissue and Louis had nothing to do with the A side. Location: Christiansburg, VA. I honestly can't imagine any digital version sounding better.
There is also a double 45 rpm Analogue Prod. John Moschella , Jan 18, Location: San Luis Obispo California. I'd suggest getting a licensed release, at least the Verve complete set. Their "solo" numbers are from the same sessions and worth having IMH. I've noted who is on what track.Ella and Louis is a studio album by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson Quartet, released in October Having previously collaborated in the late s for the Decca label, this was the first of three albums that Fitzgerald and Armstrong were to record together for Verve Records, later followed by 's Ella and Louis Again and 's Porgy and Bess.