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Royal Garden Blues - Louis Armstrong - Satchmo At The National Press Club (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Royal Garden Blues By Louis Armstrong. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Royal Garden Blues. Featured on The Night Clubs. More by Louis Armstrong. Work From Home with Louis Armstrong. Satchmo: The Decca And Verve Years Louis Armstrong Forever. Time Life Presents: Louis Armstrong - The Great Satchmo. Live In Europe.
  2. Mar 29,  · Now Smithsonian Folkways Recordings has gotten permission from the Armstrong estate to release the recordings on a new album, “Satchmo at the National Press Club: Red Beans and Rice-ly Yours,”.
  3. Mar 19,  · Royal Garden Blues · Jack Teagarden · Barney Bigard · Earl Hines · Arvell Shaw · Cozy Cole · Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong - A Vancouver Concert Live ℗ Jazz Crusade.
  4. The recording was originally a limited vinyl release by the National Press Club in Armstrong often signed letters “Red Beans and Rice-ly Yours,” which makes for an apt title for the recording especially since his favorite recipes—everything from Louisiana Caviar to the Sazerac—are included in the liner notes, as they were in the original pressing. 11 tracks, 58 minutes.
  5. Oct 26,  · What's that familiar strain that true blue noteain It's drivin' me insane, Can't keep still, tho' it's against my will; I'm on my P's and Q's I just can't refuse. There goes that melody, it sounds so good to me, And I am up a tree, It's a shame, you don't know the name; It's a brand new blues, The Royal Garden Blues.
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  7. rows · Louis Armstrong (August 4, - July 6, ) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an .
  8. One of the last live appearances by Louis Armstrong – presented here in a really charming little album, issued in a small pressing by The National Press Club! The album's a great document of all the Armstrong charms in one package – as Louis talks as much as he plays – telling stories and speaking about the music on the first half of the set.

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