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The Home Fire - Louis Armstrong - The Best Of Louis Armstrong (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. By , Louis Armstrong was in failing health. But in the UK, ‘What A Wonderful World’ was bringing him a whole new audience and making him a year-old chart sensation. That single topped.
  2. The Times defines master recordings as “one-of-a-kind originals that are the source from which reproductions like CDs, vinyl records and other recordings are derived.”In a different Times article, published on June 11, it’s reported that “The lost works most likely included masters in the Decca Records collection by Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Al Jolson, Bing.
  3. The Louis Armstrong House, formally known as th Street, is a historic house museum in Corona, Queens, New York City. It was the home of Louis Armstrong and his wife Lucille Wilson from until his death in Lucille gave ownership of it to the city of New York in order to create a museum focused on her husband. The house was designated a New York City Landmark in and.
  4. Features the best and most interesting artifacts from our Collections, including Armstrong’s gold-plated trumpet, manuscripts, photos, clothing, and a sample of some of the collage work that Louis created in .
  5. Jul 13,  · The Armstrong/Ellington LPs are great performances and I play them regularly, but the sound quality is only okay. Better sonics and still great music will be found on: Ella and Louis, Verve (Speakers Corner reissue).
  6. Jun 28,  · What a wonderfully definitive biography of Louis Armstrong Within the history of modern culture, it is rare to find an artistic genius who is also a universally popular entertainer.
  7. Sep 02,  · According to Biography, Louis Armstrong was an year-old boy living in New Orleans when he was arrested on New Year’s Eve for firing his stepfather’s gun. After he was arrested, he was put in the Colored Waif’s Home for Boys, where he learned to play the cornet.

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