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Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra - Satch And His Trumpet MP3

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Performer: Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
Title: Satch And His Trumpet
Country: France
Released: 1960
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.5
Catalog #: 10 112
Label: Brunswick

Tracklist

1When The Saints Go Marching In
2Mahogany Hall Stomp
3High Society
4Bye And Bye


Credits

  • Photography ByJ.P. Leloir
  • TrumpetLouis Armstrong
  • VocalsLouis Armstrong


Notes

Original recording in America by Decca Records Inc., New York


Barcodes

  • Rights Society (Side A): CHAPPELL FELDMAN
  • Rights Society (Side B): D.P.


Companies

  • Printed By – Dillard et Cie. Imp. Paris


Album

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