Louis Armstrong ‎– In The 30's - In The 40's

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RCA Victor ‎– LJ 50006
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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Tracklist

A1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Sweet Sue - Just You 2:44
A2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues 2:40
A3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra I've Got The World On A String 3:15
A4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Honey, Do! 2:35
A5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Swing You Cats 2:37
A6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Mighty River 2:41
B1 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven, His All-Stars* And Orchestra* Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans 2:58
B2 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven, His All-Stars* And Orchestra* Jack-Armstrong Blues 2:58
B3 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven, His All-Stars* And Orchestra* I Wonder, I Wonder, I Wonder 2:33
B4 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven, His All-Stars* And Orchestra* Before Long 2:51
B5 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven, His All-Stars* And Orchestra* Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans 3:03
B6 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven, His All-Stars* And Orchestra* It Takes Time 2:36

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LJ -LJS 50006
MADE IN ITALY

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LPM-2971 Louis Armstrong In The 30's - In The 40's(LP, Comp, Mono) RCA Victor LPM-2971 US 1964 Sell This Version
LPE-2971 Louis Armstrong In The 30's - In The 40's(LP, Comp) RCA Victor LPE-2971 Canada 1964 Sell This Version
LSP-2971 (e) Louis Armstrong In The 30's - In The 40's (LP, Comp) RCA Victor LSP-2971 (e) US Unknown Sell This Version
CDS 1108, CDS1108, LSP 2971 Louis Armstrong Never Forgotten(LP, Comp) RCA Camden, RCA Camden, RCA Camden CDS 1108, CDS1108, LSP 2971 UK Unknown Sell This Version
LSP-2971 (e) Louis Armstrong In The 30's - In The 40's(LP, Comp) RCA Victor LSP-2971 (e) US 1964 Sell This Version

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zak.klemmer

zak.klemmer

July 6, 2014
When I was about 14 and just discovering Jazz Music I bought an Al Hurt LP, among other records. Then I found this Louis Armstrong LP- The 30’s and 40’s which had some of the same tunes. Armstrong plays with true artistry and Hurt an amateur like Lawrence Welk attempting to play jazz. I later traded the Hurt LP for 3 Miles Davis LPs.