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Playlist of Louis Armstrong, Ed Hall 1957 The Edsel Show, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney

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  • Louis Armstrong, Ed Hall 1957 The Edsel Show, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney -3 sides

    9:30

    1957/10/13, NYC, CBS-TV, THE EDSEL SHOW - Louis Armstrong (t,v) Bing Crosby (v) Trummy Young (tb) Edmond Hall (cl) Billy Kyle (p) Squire Gersh (b),Barrett Deems (d):
    4:26 credit & Now You Has Jazz / 3:17 Birth Of The Blues --vLA&FS / Louis Armstrong (t,v) Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, & studio orch., Toots Camarata (cond): & The Four Preps, The Norman Luboff Choir (v): 1:03 On The Sunny Side Of The Street --v by complete cast /

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  • Louis Armstrong 1952 Frank Sinatra Show - Lonesome Man Blues / Confessin´

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    1952/1/1, L.A., CBS-TV, FRANK SINATRA SHOW - Louis Armstrong (t,v) & CBS-studio orch., Axel Stordahl (cond): Lonesome Man Blues -vFS&LA / Confessin´ /

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  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №5.

    14:48

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №5.

  • Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra - Stars of the Cotton Club

    38:37

    Early live recordings Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra at Th Cotton Club.

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  • Jonah And The Whale

    2:40

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Jonah And The Whale · Louis Armstrong · Sy Oliver Choir · The All Stars

    Louis And The Good Book

    ℗ 1958 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2001-01-01

    Producer: Milt Gabler
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger, Conductor: Sy Oliver
    Composer Lyricist: Robert MacGimsey

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Louis Armstrong - Live In Belgium 1959

    53:01

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  • Louis Armstrong - Budapest 1965

    19:15

    Louis Armstrong and his All Stars in 1965 played in Budapest, Hungary, behind the iron curtain. The crowd was so big, that with the approximate audience of 80.000 people in the national football stadium, the event is still considered to be one of the biggest jazz concerts ever in history.
    All rights belong to their respective owners.
    The video is uploaded due to archiving and educiational purposes. English subs are coming soon.
    If you want to listen to the whole concert, go to my channel's videos.
    Louis sings Hello Dolly in favour of a man from countryside, jams with the local jazz band who came for his arrival at the airport, later receives a special hungarian csikóbőrös kulacs with tokaji wine in it. Inredible footage and talks with Louis Armstong in Budapest.

  • Louis Armstrong & the All Stars play with the NY Philharmonic

    7:26

    With W.C. Handy in the audience and Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic as a backup group, this performance of St. Louis Blues on July 14,1956 was a very special occasion for Louis.

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - Edmond Hall Trummy Young ★☆★

    2:19

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - Edmond Hall Trummy Young ★☆★

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  • Bing Crosby in Mysen, Norway, August 27, 1977 - Restored

    42:22

    This is the restored version of the concert, excluding the post broadcast material that is available in my other upload of the concert.

  • №3. © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - interviews San francisco TV 1963.

    9:04

    Live music performances and interviews San francisco
    Louis Armstrong discussues and demonstrates his life
    and work with R.L.Gleason (Jazz casual)
    Air date:January 23,1963

  • LOUIS ARMSTRONG FEAT. KID ORY BAND - MARK TWAIN RIVERBOAT AT DISNEYLAND IN 1962

    10:31

    This video features Louis Armstrong performing on the Mark Twain Riverboat at Disneyland. He was accompanied by Kid Ory Band. Alton Redd is playing the drums.

    Alton Redd is the father of the legendary saxophonist Vi Redd. Alton Redd is my Great-Grandfather.

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - The Frank Sinatra Show with Peggy Lee, Bing Crosby - 1959

    2:19

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - The Frank Sinatra Show with Peggy Lee, Bing Crosby - 1959

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney13.1957.

    1:05

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney13.1957.

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №2.

    14:57

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №2.

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №1.

    10:07

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №1.

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №3.

    13:32

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №3.

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №4.

    11:01

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Bing Crosby★ Frank Sinatra★Rosemary Clooney-October.13.1957.- №4.

  • Louis Armstrong On The Sunny Side Of The Street on The Ed Sullivan Show

    2:05

    Louis Armstrong On The Sunny Side Of The Street on The Ed Sullivan Show, January 27, 1957.
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  • © Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby - Now You Has Jazz - Edsel Show, 1957.

    3:56

    © Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby - Now You Has Jazz - Edsel Show, 1957.

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  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Frank Sinatra ★ October 13.1957.

    3:32

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★Frank Sinatra ★ October 13.1957.

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  • Louis Armstrong and the All Stars 1957 Reckless Blues

    3:54

    Reckless Blues - Louis Armstrong and the All Stars recorded on January 28, 1957 in New York, NY during the preparation for the mamoth undertaking for the Satchmo: A Musical Autobiography 4-LP set. Reckless Blues: Bessie Smith (April 15, 1894 -- September 26, 1937) was an American blues singer. Sometimes referred to as The Empress of the Blues, Smith was the most popular female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s. She is often regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era and, along with Louis Armstrong, a major influence on subsequent jazz vocalists. The Band: Louis Armstrong Tp Voc; Edmond Hall Cl; Trummy Young Tb; Billy Kyle Pn; Everett Barksdale Gtr; Squire Gersh Bs; Barrett Deems Dr; Bob Haggart Arranger/Conductor. Submited by ULAJAZZ

  • Peach Tree Street

    3:10

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Peach Tree Street · Rosemary Clooney, Frank Sinatra

    Mood Indigo

    ℗ Wnts

    Released on: 2011-10-17

    Music Publisher: D.R
    Composer: Mason
    Author: Saunders

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Louis Armstrong And Bing Crosby - Dardanella

    2:46

    VINYL Hi-Res Audio
    Sony PS-HX500, CANON, IANIRO

    I do not own the rights to this song. This is fan made video, for entertainment purposes only. The music and vinyl rights are owned by the artist featured in this video.

  • Louis Armstrong 1968 Bell Telephone Hour - Jazz,The Intimate Art

    16:12

    1968/2/20, NYC., Bell Telephone Hour, Kapp recording session; TV-68/4/26; JAZZ, THE INTIMATE ART (clips; color, doc.) Robert Drew, Mike Jackson (fdir,prod) Donald Vorhees(dir.,cond) Louis Armstrong (t,v, speech) & his All Stars - Tyree Glenn (tb) Joe Muranyi (cl) Marty Napoleon (p) Buddy Catlett (b) Danny Barcelona (d) Jewel Brown (v): Sleepy Time / Rehearsal-interview-Dizzy Gillespie talks / When the saints -vLA&JB + interview / Hello Dolly + interview / Rehearsal of Rose + interview / Kinda Love Song -p George Weis / Rehearsal of The Kinda Love Song / Gillespie (speech) ;

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - umbrella men ♪now you has jazz ♪tiger rag ♪

    9:05

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - umbrella men ♪now you has jazz ♪tiger rag ♪

  • JOE BUSHKIN Rosemary Clooney Show 1956

    10:58

    Pianist/singer/songwriter Joe Bushkin appears on The Rosemary Clooney Show from 1956. Selections include I've Got A Crush On You with Clooney, Laura from Midnight Rhapsody album on Capitol, and Oh! Look at Me Now with Clooney and the Hi-Lo's.

  • Sweet Georgia Brown with Edmund Hall

    3:49

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Sweet Georgia Brown with Edmund Hall · Louis Armstrong

    St. Louis Blues

    ℗ 2008 Fantastic Voyage

    Released on: 2008-06-23

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • 1956 Bing Crosby & Frank Sinatra - Well Did You Evah?

    2:56

    Among the mostly-new material in his song score for MGM’s hit musical “High Society,” Cole Porter recycled an older tune of his--with updated lyrics--for Bing’s and Frank’s only co-performance in the film. “Well Did You Evah?” had been introduced by Betty Grable and Charles Walters in the 1939 Broadway production “Du Barry Was A Lady.” This posted track (running nearly a minute shorter than the soundtrack LP version) made its way into more than a million homes as the flip side of the memorable Bing Crosby-Grace Kelly hit “True Love”

    Pop Chart Peak: Billboard 92

    The original single was issued on Capitol 3507 - Well Did You Evah? (Cole Porter) by Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra, with Johnny Green conducting the M-G-M Studio Orchestra

  • MUSKRAT RAMBLE - Bing & Satchmo

    3:05

  • Frank Sinatra Louis Armstrong - Birth Of The Blues.

    3:20

    [FRANK SINATRA]
    Francis Albert Sinatra (December 12th 1915 - May 14th 1998) was an American singer, actor and producer who was one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th century. He is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 150 million records worldwide.
    (Biographical Data)
    Born: Francis Albert Sinatra December 12th 1915 Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S.
    Died: May 14th 1998 (aged 82) Los Angeles, California, U.S.
    Resting Place: Desert Memorial Park, Cathedral City, California, U.S.
    Occupation: Singer • Actor • Producer.
    Years Active: 1935 - 1995.
    Spouse(s): Nancy Barbato (m. 1939; div. 1951) Ava Gardner (m. 1951; div. 1957) Mia Farrow (m. 1966; div. 1968) Barbara Marx (m. 1976).
    Children: Nancy • Frank Jr. • Tina.
    Parent(s): Antonino Martino Sinatra Natalina Garaventa.
    (Musical Career)
    Genres: Traditional Pop • Easy Listening • Jazz • Swing • Vocal Jazz.
    Instruments: Vocals.
    Labels: RCA Victor • Columbia • Capitol • Reprise • Warner Bros.
    Website: sinatra.com
    [LOUIS ARMSTRONG]
    Louis Daniel Armstrong (August 4th 1901 - July 6th 1971), nicknamed Satchmo, Satch, and Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, vocalist, and actor who was among the most influential figures in jazz. His career spanned five decades, from the 1920s to the 1960s, and different eras in the history of jazz. In 2017, he was inducted into the Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame.
    Born: Louis Daniel Armstrong August 4th 1901 New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
    Died: July 6th 1971 (aged 69) Corona, Queens, New York City, U.S.
    Other Names: Satchmo • Satch • Pops • Louie.
    Education: Colored Waif's Home For Boys, Fisk School For Boys.
    Occupation: Musician • Composer • Singer.
    Spouse(s): Daisy Parker (m. 1919; div. 1923) Lil Hardin Armstrong (m. 1924; div. 1938) Alpha Smith (m. 1938; div. 1942) Lucille Wilson (m. 1942).
    (Musical Career)
    Genres: Dixieland • Jazz • Swing • Traditional Pop.
    Instruments: Vocals • Trumpet.
    Years Active: 1919 - 1971.
    Associated Acts: King Oliver • Ella Fitzgerald • Kid Ory • Jack Teagarden • Bobby Hackett • Oscar Peterson • Duke Ellington.
    Armstrong was born and raised in New Orleans. Coming to prominence in the 1920s as an inventive trumpet and cornet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence in jazz, shifting the focus of the music from collective improvisation to solo performance. Around 1922, he followed his mentor, Joe King Oliver, to Chicago to play in the Creole Jazz Band. In Chicago, he spent time with other popular jazz musicians, reconnecting with his friend Bix Beiderbecke and spending time with Hoagy Carmichael and Lil Hardin. He earned a reputation at cutting contests, and relocated to New York in order to join Fletcher Henderson's band. With his instantly recognizable rich, gravelly voice, Armstrong was also an influential singer and skillful improviser, bending the lyrics and melody of a song. He was also skilled at scat singing. Armstrong is renowned for his charismatic stage presence and voice as well as his trumpet playing. By the end of Armstrong's career in the 1960s, his influence had spread to popular music in general. Armstrong was one of the first popular African-American entertainers to cross over, meaning his music transcended his skin color in a racially divided America.
    [BIRTH OF THE BLUES]
    The Birth of the Blues is a popular 1926 song composed by Ray Henderson, with lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown.
    [LYRICS]
    (Frank)
    Haya.
    Professor A.
    (Louis)
    Said M Miss S.
    (Frank)
    Shall we devil into the history of the B L U Z?
    (Louis)
    Yeah, is it brozie.
    (Frank)
    These are the blues.
    Nothing but blues.
    The blues.
    Oh.
    They say some people long ago.
    Were searching for a different tune.
    One that they could croon.
    Only they can.
    They only had the rhythm so.
    They started Swingin' to and fro.
    They didn't know just what to use.
    This is how the blues.
    Only began.
    (Louis)
    They heard the breeze.
    In the trees.
    Singin' weird melodies.
    (Frank)
    And they made that.
    (Louis)
    Bappadudududeya.
    (Frank)
    The start of the blues.
    (Louis)
    Yes, and yes another thing daddy.
    (Frank)
    What's that?
    (Louis)
    And from the jail.
    They came the wail.
    Of a down-hearted frail.
    (Frank)
    Oh, she was a frantic chick.
    (Louis)
    To you I see!
    (Frank)
    And they played that.
    (Louis)
    Pappadubuwudduhuhedadday.
    (Frank)
    They played it as part of the blues.
    (Louis)
    Yeah.
    Unread guy ha ha haa.
    (Frank)
    From a whippoorwill.
    Up on a hill.
    They grabbed a new note.
    They pushed it through a horn.
    Until it was born.
    Into a blue note.
    (Louis)
    Comeyeah.
    (Frank & Louis)
    And then they nursed it.
    (Louis)
    And.
    (Frank & Louis)
    They rehearsed it.
    (Louis)
    Then they try resendin' it.
    (Frank)
    And then.
    (Louis)
    And then.
    (Frank & Louis)
    They gave out the news.
    (Louis)
    What did they do? What did they do?
    Then.
    (Frank)
    That the Southland.
    Gave birth to the blues.
    Yeah, they nursed it.
    And then they rehearsed it.
    And they got out that news.
    That the Southland.
    They gave birth to the blues.
    (Frank & Louis)
    Oh yeah.

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★ Bing Crosby★ October 13.1957.

    4:56

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG★ Bing Crosby★ October 13.1957.

  • Gone Fishin: Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong

    2:30

    Happy Fathers Day Dad! Fishing throughout the years.

  • Lazy Bones

    3:52

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Lazy Bones · Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong

    Havin' Fun

    ℗ 2007 Storyville

    Released on: 2007-06-20

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong - Now You Has Jazz

    4:07

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  • I gotta right to sing the blues - Louis Armstrong

    7:52

  • I Cant Get Started

    3:51

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    I Can't Get Started (Remastered 2001) · Rosemary Clooney · Bing Crosby

    Fancy Meeting You Here

    ℗ Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

    Producer: Simon Rady
    Re-mastering Engineer: Barry Feldman
    Conductor, Arranger: Billy May
    Composer, Lyricist: Vernon Duke
    Composer, Lyricist: Ira Gershwin

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  • Louis Armstrong - Black & Blue

    3:34

    Black & Blue ( Razaf/Brooks/Waller) here played by the American trumpetist Louis Armstrong.

    The band:
    Louis Armstrong - Trumpet & Vocals
    Trummy Young - Trombone
    Joe Darensbourg - Clarinet
    Edmond Hall - Clarinet
    Billy Kyle - Piano
    Billy Cronk - Bass
    Dane Jones - Bass
    Danny Barcelona - Drums
    Barret Deems - Drums

    Track List:
    01- What a Wonderful World
    02- Indiana
    03- Ole Miss Blues
    04- The Faifhful Hussar
    05- After You're Gone
    06- New Orleans Funcion
    07- Mack the Knife
    08- It's So Good (C'est Si Bon)
    09- When it's Sleepy Time Down South
    10- La vie en rose
    11- The Bucket's Got a Hole in it
    12- Give me a Kiss to Build a Dream On
    13- Cabaret
    14- On the Sunny side of the Street
    15-Black & Blue
    16- When the Saints go Marching In

    Recorded between 1962 and 1965.

  • Brazil - Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney - RCA Victor - 1969

    3:51

    Enjoy.

  • Shipwrecked Blues

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    Shipwrecked Blues · Louis Armstrong

    Almost Persuaded

    ℗ 1971, Louis Armstrong

    Released on: 2021-10-25

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  • It Happened In Monterey - Frank Sinatra

    2:34

  • Now you has Jazz

    4:12

    Louis Armstrong - Jazz Icons Live 1959 -

  • BARRETT DEEMS @ Chicago Jazz Festival 1994 - “NIGHT IN TUNISIA”

    4:54

    Barrett Deems played with jazz masters such as Louie Armstrong, Red Norvo, Jimmy Dorsey, Trummy Young, Charlie Barnet, Muggsy Spanier, Joe Venuti and many others. He was in the 1956 movie “High Society” with Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Grace Kelly (a still from which is part of the slideshow above).

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  • Louis Armstrong and the All Stars 1955 All Of Me

    4:25

    Louis Armstrong and the All Stars 1955 Live in Amsterdam or Milan during the European Tour.Recorded on Ambassador Satch December 19 1955 - I never understood how they specified the date but could not specify the venue :) - this must be the intro in Milan seniore ... anyway where ever it was we just listen and worship another classic the solos are out of this world coupled to a famous Satchmo vocal with his special interjections (for want of a better word) The band: Louis Armstrong (tp voc); Trummy Young (tb); Edmund Hall (cl); Billy Kyle (pno); Arvell Shaw (bs); Barrett Deems (dr), Track 5 of 10 Submited by ULAJAZZ

  • Satchmo Louis Armstrong interview and film of Louis in Copenhagen in 1933

    9:43

    Satchmo-Louis Armstrong interview and film of Louis in Copenhagen in 1933 with Louis doing I Cover The Waterfront and Dinah with a band.

  • Sheik of Araby

    3:25

    Provided to YouTube by SongCast, Inc.

    Sheik of Araby · Louis Armstrong

    Almost Persuaded

    ℗ 1971, Louis Armstrong

    Released on: 2021-10-25

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  • Louis Armstrong

    3:15

    Créée par mon mari pour mettre sur mon blog des années 60

  • Louis Armstrong 1962 Munich 2.3-2.4 Mack The Knife + High Society

    7:48

    1962/5/15&16; Munich (G), no relevant differences between two BR-TV-Shows, THE SATCHMO STORY 44:46 , 1962/10/3&11 repeated 1996; Louis Armstrong (t,v) Trummy Young (tb) Joe Darensbourg (cl) Billy Kyle (p) Bill Cronk (b) Danny Barcelona (d) Werner Goetze (m.c.):
    1.1-1.3 0:17 intro-Sleepy Time Down South / 1:17 interview /
    2:26 Dippermouth Blues / 1:17 docu / 2:11 Canal Street Blues /
    1.4-1.5 0:40 docu / 3:42 Muskrat Ramble (no-v by band) /
    1:09 docu / 3:03 I Can't Give You Anything But Love -vLA /
    1.6-1.7 0:37 docu / 3:09 Tiger Rag / 0:53 docu /
    5:08 You Rascal You --vLA&band /
    missing: -Struttin' With Some Barbecue/ leave-out-Sleepy Time
    2.1-2.2 0:53 docu / 6:06 Basin Street Blues -vLA - Mahogany Hall Stomp / 0:47 docu / 3:09 Blueberry Hill -vLSA /
    2.3-2.4 0:38 docu / 3:24 Mack the Knife -vLA /
    3:44 leave out-High Society with credit /
    missing: intro-Sleepy Time Down South / Tin Roof Blues / Indiana

  • From The Archive: Louis Armstrong, 1963

    7:39

    In honour of the late jazz pioneer's 119th birthday, here's a look back into one of Louis Armstrong's most iconic interviews. Appearing on San Francisco TV, Armstrong reflects on his life's work; from his time with the Tuxedo Brass Band, to moving up to Chicago.

    Everything about this interview is Louis at his finest; featuring his heart-melting music, infectious smile, and hypnotising, gravelly voice.

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