A Rare Batch Of Live Satch
A Rare Batch Of Live Satch by Mr. Music at My Promo Pool. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. 21 tracks from 4 radio broadcasts of 1943 with the underrated and barely recorded Louis Armstrong Orchestra with, of course, Louis on trumpet and vocals. Louis Armstrong left us with an abundance of recored music except for his lack of recordings of his Orchestra of 1943. This release will rectify that. Tracks include: Coquette, Shine, Lazy River, Old Man Mose, On The Sunny Side Of The Street, Harlem Stomp, Ain't Misbehavin', One O'Clock Jump, Slender, Tender And Tall, Leap Frog and many more.
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