Louis Armstrong ‎– Complete Recorded Works 1935 - 1945

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MCA Records ‎– 510.151
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New York, October 3, 1935
A1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I'm In The Mood For Love
Written-By – Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields*
3:06
A2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You Are My Lucky Star
Written-By – Arthur Freed, Nacio-Herb Brown*
2:56
A3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra La Cucaracha
Arranged By – Stanley AdamsWritten-By – Folklore*
2:42
A4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Got A Bran' New Suit
Written-By – Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz*
2:53
A5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I've Got My Fingers Crossed
Written-By – Jimmy McHugh, Ted Koehler
2:54
A6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Old Man Mose
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Zilner Randolph
2:54
A7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Old Man Mose
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Zilner Randolph
2:36
A8 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Old Man Mose
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Zilner Randolph
2:30
B1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I'm Shooting High
Written-By – Jimmy McHugh, Ted Koehler
2:53
B2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Falling In Love With You
Written-By – M. Newman*, Gus Kahn, Victor Young
3:07
B3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Red Sails In The Sunset
Written-By – Hugh Williams (2), Jimmy Kennedy
3:00
B4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra On Treasure Island
Vibraphone – Paul BarbarinWritten-By – Edgar Leslie, Joe Burke (3)
3:04
B5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Thanks A Million
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn
2:36
B6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Thanks A Million
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn
2:26
B7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Shoe Shine Boy
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
3:18
B8 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Solitude
Written-By – Edward "Duke" Ellington*, Eddie de Lange*, Irving Mills
3:03
C1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Solitude
Written-By – Edward "Duke" Ellington*, Eddie de Lange*, Irving Mills
2:59
C2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music
Written-By – Dave Franklin
3:12
C3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra The Music Goes 'Round And 'Round
Written-By – Farley*, Rilley*, Hodgson*
3:17
C4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Rhythm Saved The World
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
2:56
C5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Rhythm Saved The World
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
3:03
New York, February 4, 1936
C6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:58
C7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Yes, Yes My My
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
2:35
New York, April 28 & 29, 1936
C8 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Somebody Stole My Break
Written-By – H. Franklin*
2:44
D1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Come From A Musical Family
Written-By – H. Franklin*
2:58
D2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra If We Never Meet Again
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
3:07
D3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Lyin' To Myself
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël*
3:09
D4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Ev'ntide
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael
2:50
D5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Swing That Music
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
2:50
D6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Thankful
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
2:54
D7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Red Nose
Written-By – Bonnie Lake, Marion Lake
3:01
D8 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Mahogany Hall Stomp
Written-By – Spencer Williams (2)
2:51
Los Angeles, August 7, 1936
E1 Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra The Skeleton In The Closet
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Johnny Burke
3:06
E2 Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra When Ruben Swings The Cuban
Written-By – Jack Meskill, Lean Flatow*, Ted White*
2:34
E3 Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra Hurdy-Gurdy Man
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
2:57
E4 Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra Dippermouth Blues
Written-By – Joseph Oliver*, Louis Armstrong
2:43
E5 Louis Armstrong With Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra Swing That Music
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
2:49
Los Angeles, August 17, 1936
E6 Louis Armstrong With Bing Crosby And Frances Langford Acc. By Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra Pennies From Heaven Medley
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Sonny Burke*
4:24
E7 Louis Armstrong With Bing Crosby And Frances Langford Acc., By Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra Pennies From Heaven
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Sonny Burke*
4:19
Los Angeles, August 18, 1936
F1 Louis Armstrong With The Polynesians To You, Sweetheart, Aloha
Written-By – J. Owens*
2:56
F2 Louis Armstrong With The Polynesians On A Cocoanut Island
Written-By – L. Anderson*
3:08
New York, March 24, 1937
F3 Louis Armstrong With Andy Iona And His Islanders On A Little Bamboo Bridge
Written-By – Sherman*, D. Fletcher*
3:13
F4 Louis Armstrong With Andy Iona And His Islanders Hawaiian Hospitality
Written-By – J. Owens*, M. Kinney*
3:04
New York, April 7, 1937
F5 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers Carry Me Back To Old Virginny
Written-By – Tommy Bland*
2:59
F6 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers Darling Nelly Gray
Written-By – B.R. Hanby*
2:42
F7 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers Darling Nelly Gray
Written-By – B.R. Hanby*
2:44
New York, June 29, 1937
G1 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
Written-By – Egbert Van Alstyne, Harry H. Williams*
2:17
G2 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
Written-By – Egbert Van Alstyne, Harry H. Williams*
2:15
G3 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers The Old Folks At Home
Written-By – Stephen Foster
2:21
New York, July 2, 1937
G4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Public Melody Number One
Written-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
3:10
G5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Yours And Mine
Written-By – Johnny Burke, Steve Nelson (4)
2:40
G6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Red Cap
Written-By – B. Hecht*, Louis Armstrong
3:08
G7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra She's The Daughter Of A Planter From Havana
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
3:17
H1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Alexander's Ragtime Band
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:34
H2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Cuban Pete
Written-By – F. Norman*
3:06
H3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I've Got A Heart Full Of Rhythm
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
3:08
H4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Sun Showers
Written-By – Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
2:40
Los Angeles, November 15, 1937
H5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Once In A While
Written-By – Bud Green, Michaël Edwards*
3:07
H6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Written-By – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mac Hugh*
2:55
Los Angeles, January 12, 1938
H7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Satchel Mouth Swing
Arranged By – Chappie Willet*Written-By – Clarence Williams, Louis Armstrong
2:35
I1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Jubilee
Arranged By – Chappie Willet*Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël*, Stanley Adams
2:35
I2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Arranged By – Chappie Willet*Written-By – Louis Armstrong
2:56
I3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra The Trumpet Player's Lament
Written-By – James V. Monaco, Johnny Burke
2:53
I4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Double Dare You
Written-By – Jimmy Eaton, Terry Shand
2:55
I5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra True Confession
Written-By – Frederick Hollander*, Sam Coslow
3:04
I6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Let That Be A Lesson To You
Written-By – Jonny Mercer*, Richard Whiting
2:33
I7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Sweet A Song
Written-By – Harry Revel, Mack Gordon
3:04
New York, May 13, 1938
J1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra So Little Time
Written-By – Hill*, Peter De Rose*
2:42
J2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Mexican Swing
Written-By – Terry Shand
2:37
J3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra As Long As You Live
Written-By – Bernie Hannighen*
2:13
J4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra When The Saints Go Marchin' In
Written-By – Traditional
2:42
New York, May 18, 1938
J5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra On The Sentimental Side
Written-By – James V. Monaco, Johnny Burke
2:24
J6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra It's Wonderful
Written-By – Cameron S. Welles*, M. Parish*, S. Smith*
2:34
J7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Something Tells Me
Written-By – Harry Warren (2), Mack Gordon
2:30
K1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Love Walked In
Written-By – Ira Gershwin / George Garshwin*
2:28
New York, June 10, 1938
K2 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers The Flat Foot Floogie
Written-By – Bud Green, S. Stewart*, S. Gaillard*
2:57
New York, June 13, 1938
K3 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers The Song Is Ended
Written-By – Irving Berlin
3:09
K4 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers My Walking Stick
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:40
New York, June 14, 1938
K5 Louis Armstrong With The Decca Mixed Chorus Shadrack
Written-By – Robert McGimsey*
2:28
K6 Louis Armstrong With The Decca Mixed Chorus Going To Shout All Over God's Heaven
Written-By – Traditional
2:49
K7 Louis Armstrong With The Decca Mixed Chorus Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
Written-By – Traditional
3:11
K8 Louis Armstrong With The Decca Mixed Chorus Jonah And The Whale
Written-By – Robert McGimsey*
2:46
New York, June 24, 1938
L1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Naturally
Written-By – Roy Barris*
2:46
L2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams
Written-By – James V. Monaco, Johnny Burke
2:52
L3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Written-By – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh*
2:54
L4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Ain't Misbehavin'
Written-By – A. Razaf*, H. Books*, Thomas Waller
2:55
New York, August 11, 1938
L5 Louis Armstrong Elder Eatmore's Sermon On Throwing Stones
Written-By – Alex Rogers (2)
4:17
L6 Louis Armstrong Elder Eatmore's Sermon On Generosity
Written-By – Alex Rogers (2)
4:21
New York, January 18, 1939
M1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Jeepers Creepers
Written-By – Harry Warren (2), Johnny Mercer
2:38
M2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra What Is This Thing Called Swing?
Written-By – Horace Gerlach, Louis Armstrong
3:05
New York, February 20, 1939
M3 Louis Armstrong With The Casa Loma Orchestra* Rockin' Chair
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël*
3:15
M4 Louis Armstrong With The Casa Loma Orchestra* Lazy Bones
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël*, Johnny Mercer
3:13
New York, April 5, 1939
M5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Heah Me Talkin' To Ya
Written-By – Donald Redman*, Louis Armstrong
3:04
M6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Save It Pretty Mama
Written-By – Donald Redman*
2:58
M7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra West End Blues
Written-By – Clarence Williams, Joseph Oliver*
3:08
N1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Savoy Blues
Written-By – Edward "Kid" Ory*
3:10
New York, April 25, 1939
N2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Confessin'
Written-By – Al J. Neiburg*, D. Dougherty*, E. Reynolds*
3:12
N3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Our Monday Date
Written-By – Earl Hines, Louis Armstrong
2:26
N4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra If It's Good Then I Want It
Written-By – J.B. Marks*, A. Hirsch*
2:34
N5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Me And Brother Bill
Written-By – H. Sweet, Louis Armstrong
2:42
New York, June 15, 1939
N6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Baby Won't You Please Come Home
Written-By – Charles Warfield, Clarence Williams
3:14
N7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Poor Old Joe
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël*
2:56
O1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Shanty Boat On The Mississippi
Written-By – Elmer Eaton, Johnny Shand
3:20
New York, December 18, 1939
O2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Poor Old Joe
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichaël*
3:01
O3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You're A Lucky Guy
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
2:50
O4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You're Just A No Account
Written-By – Sammy Kahn*, Saül Chaplin*
2:50
O5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Bye And Bye
Written-By – Traditional
2:30
New York, March 14, 1940
O6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Hep Cat's Ball
Written-By – Clarence Palmer (3), Louis Armstrong
3:15
O7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You've Got Me Voodoo'd
Written-By – Eddie Lawrence, Louis Armstrong, Luis Russell
2:57
P1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Harlem Stomp
Written-By – Irene Higginbotham, Jay C. Higginbotham*
3:01
P2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Wolverine Blues
Written-By – Ben Spikes*, Ferdinand "Jelly-Roll" Morton*, John Spikes
3:16
P3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Lazy 'Sippi Steamer
Written-By – Louis Armstrong, Luis Russell, Harry Selman*
3:15
New York, April 10, 1940
P4 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers W.P.A.
Written-By – Jesse Stone
2:46
P5 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers Boog It
Written-By – Buck "Ram" Ramirez*, Cab Calloway, Jack Palmer (4)
2:36
New York, April 11, 1940
P6 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers Cherry
Written-By – Donald Redman*
2:47
P7 Louis Armstrong With The Mills Brothers Marie
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:20
New York, May 1, 1940
Q1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Sweethearts On Parade
Written-By – Carmen Lombardo, Charles Newman (2)
2:51
Q2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You Run Your Mouth, I'll Run My Business
Written-By – Louis Armstrong
2:358
Q3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Cut Off My Legs And Call Me "Shorty"
Written-By – H. Raye*
2:30
Q4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Cain And Abel
Written-By – T. Fenstock*, A. Loman*
2:59
New York, May 27, 1940
Q5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Perdido Street Blues
Written-By – Lilian*, Louis Armstrong
3:00
Q6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra 2:19 Blues
Written-By – Mamie Deadume*
2:49
Q7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Down In Honky Tonk Town
Written-By – C. McCarron*, Chris Smith (14)
3:02
R1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Down In Honky Tonk Town
Written-By – C. McCarron*, Chris Smith (14)
3:02
R2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Coal Cart Blues
Written-By – Lil Hardin*, Louis Armstrong
2:55
New York, March 10, 1941
R3 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* Everithing's Been Done Before
Written-By – E. Knopf*, Harold Adamson, J. King*
3:05
R4 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* I Cover The Waterfront
Written-By – Dwight Heyman, Johnny Green
3:13
R5 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* In The Gloaming
Arranged By – Luis RussellWritten-By – Traditional
2:57
R6 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* Long, Long Ago
Written-By – Thomas Haynes-Bayley*
2:52
New York, April 11, 1941
R7 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* Hey Lawdy Mama
Written-By – Amos Easton
2:57
S1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I'll Get Mine Bye And Bye
Written-By – Jimmie Davis
3:03
S2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Now Do You Call That A Buddy?
Written-By – De Raye*, C. Wilson*
2:19
S3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Yes Suh!
Written-By – Andy Razaf, Edgar Dowell
3:10
Chicago, November 16, 1941
S4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra When It's Sleepy Time Down South
Written-By – Clarence Muse, Leon Rene, Otis Rene
2:57
S5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Leap Frog
Written-By – Joseph Garland*
2:57
S6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Used To Love You
Written-By – George Von Tilzer*, Frank Brown (3)
2:57
S7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You Rascal You
Written-By – Sam Theard
3:02
Los Angeles, April 17, 1942
T1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Cash For You Trash
Written-By – Ed Kirkeby, Thomas "Fats" Waller*
3:02
T2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Among My Souvenirs
Written-By – J. Leslie*, D. Nicholls*
2:44
T3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Coquette
Written-By – Carmen Lombardo, Gus Kahn, Johnny Green
2:34
T4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Never Knew
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Ted Fio-Rito*
2:44
Los Angeles, August 9, 1944
T5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Groovin'
Written-By – F. Brown*, R.I. O'Nan*, Teddy Mac Rae*
2:47
T6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Baby Don't You Cry
Written-By – Unknown Artist
2:51
New York, January 14, 1945
T7 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Jodie Man
Written-By – Allan Roberts, Doris Fisher
3:15
T8 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I Wonder
Written-By – Cecil Gant, Raymond Leveen
2:54

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Comes with a booklet with information about all the recordings.

Reprocessed at Studios Barclay Hoche Enregistrements - Paris
Distribution C.P.F. Barclay

℗ 1976 M.C.A. Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Catalog # Record 2): 510.152
  • Other (Catalog # Record 3): 510.153
  • Other (Catalog # Record 4): 510.154
  • Other (Catalog # Record 5): 510.155
  • Other (Catalog # Record 6): 510.156
  • Other (Catalog # Record 7): 510.157
  • Other (Catalog # Record 8): 510.158
  • Other (Catalog # Record 9): 510.159
  • Other (Catalog # Record 10): 510.160
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