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Hello, Dolly! - Louis Armstrong - Hello, Dolly! / Blueberry Hill (Vinyl)

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  1. Armstrong recorded "Blueberry Hill" in , "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" in , and his famous version of "Hello Dolly" in The sound and the collection of instruments is a bit different from track to track, so these are probably from a lot of different concerts. (Except "Frankie and Johnny" is a studio, not a concert recording.).
  2. Jun 14,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Louis Armstrong - Hello, Dolly! [vinyl rip] YouTube Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - ELLA & LOUIS Classic Album Collection: Ella & Louis, Ella &.
  3. «Hello Dolly» by Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars «Hello Dolly» by Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars. Louis Armstrong & His All Stars. Record Label MCA / MCD Year of production Tracks. 1. C'est si bon! Blueberry Hill.
  4. Armstrong recorded "Blueberry Hill" in , "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" in , and his famous version of "Hello Dolly" in The sound and the collection of instruments is a bit different from track to track, so these are probably from a lot of different concerts. (Except "Frankie and Johnny" is a studio, not a concert recording.)5/5(7).
  5. "Louis Armstrong's 'Hello Dolly!'" may have been one of the last acoustic jazz hit records in the sixties. Unlike Matt's copy, however, my recently purchased MCA CD has all the tracks extant, but MCA hasn't gotten the credits completely correct: Russell Moore IS playing trombone on one of the sides that the liner notes say he's not/5(8).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hello, Dolly! / Blueberry Hill on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA • Format: Vinyl 7. Louis Armstrong ‎– Hello, Dolly! / Blueberry Hill Label: MCA Records ‎– MCA Louis Armstrong: Hello, Dolly! / Blueberry Hill.
  7. The Very Best of Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong. Genre: Jazz Release Date: Explicitness: notExplicit Pays: FRA Track Count: 40 This Compilation ℗ The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
  8. December 3, , Louis Armstrong and the All Stars recorded two Broadway show tunes as a favor for a friend of his manager, Joe Glaser. Hello Dolly, a show that had not opened yet, and A Lot of Livin’ To Do from the musical Bye Bye Birdie/5(6).

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