Download the full album (50 tracks) : http://amzn.to/1uEzM6t BnF collection sonore presents the best of Louis Armstrong : 1) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Drop That Stack 2) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Old Kentucky home 3) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - St James Infirmary 4) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Panama 5) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Hot Time in the Hot Town Tonight 6) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Dr Jazz 7) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of my Jelly-Roll 8) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Jelly Roll Blues 9) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Chimes Blues 10) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - I Want a Big Buter and Egg Man 11) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Frankie and Johnny Subscribe here http://bit.ly/1etmIX9 to discover new videos from the collection and find all songs of BnF collection sonore – Jazz & Blues, recorded and published between 1900 and 1962. ------------------------------------ Music treasures from the vaults of the French National Library, digitized from original first edition vinyl pressings. BnF collection sonore is a catalog of more than 200 000 original vinyl recordings made available on all streaming platforms. Having archived all albums ever published in France from 1949 to 1962, the French National Library (Bibliothèque nationale de France) holds one of the biggest vinyl collections in the world.
Click here to subscribe to World Circuit - http://smarturl.it/sub2worldcircuit Chan Chan - 0:00 De Camino a La Vereda- 4:17 El Cuarto De Tula- 9:20 Pueblo Nuevo- 16:45 Dos Gardenias- 22:51 ¿Y Tú Qué Has Hecho? - 25:54 Veinte Anos - 29:07 El Carretero - 32:38 Candela - 36:08 Amor De Loca Juventud - 41:37 Orgullecida - 45:00 Murmullo - 48:19 Buena Vista Social Club - 52:10 La Bayamesa -57:02 Buena Vista Social Club 2x LP - released 23rd October 2015. Out now http://bit.ly/1gJS8ii The original Buena Vista Social Club album was recorded for World Circuit Records over seven days at the vintage EGREM studios in Havana. Released in 1997, the album went to on to become a worldwide phenomenon, selling over 8 million copies and helping to introduce Cuba’s rich musical heritage and pre-revolutionary past. Now, almost two decades later, World Circuit Records are delighted to present ‘Buena Vista Social Club’ on double vinyl – released for the very first time in Europe on 23/10/2015. World Circuit Records have established their reputation by producing some of the finest world music albums of the past two decades, specialising in music from Cuba and West Africa. The label is best known for the GRAMMY winning Buena Vista Social Club album, which is the biggest selling world music album of all time, and led to the phenomenal rise in popularity of Cuban music. 10 years after their historic concert in New York, World Circuit release Buena Vista Social Club At Carnegie Hall. World Circuit's African artists enjoy equal prestige, including Grammy winning albums from Ali Farka Touré and kora virtuoso Toumani Diabaté, Mali's 'star of stars' Oumou Sangare, afrobeat legend Tony Allen, and the great Orchestra Baobab. http://www.worldcircuit.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/WorldCircuitRecords https://twitter.com/WorldCircuit
Subscribe for more jazz and classical music http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Listen to our playlist “The Best of Jazz” on Deezer: http://bit.ly/2tu25aM Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/halidonmusic/ LOUIS ARMSTRONG - NEW YORK DAYS (1929-30) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SAVOY BALLROOM FIVE: Louis Armstrong (tp,voc), J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Albert Nicholas, Charlie Holmes (as), Teddy Hill (ts), Luis Russell (p), Eddie Condon, Lonnier Johnson (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (dm) - march 5, 1929 1 Mahogany Hall Stomp (Williams) 0:00 2 I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Fields-McHugh) 03:13 LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp,voc), Carroll Dickerson (vn, ldr), Homer Hobson (tp), Fred Robinson (tb), Bert Curry, Crawford Wethington (as), Jimmy Strong (cl,ts), Gene Anderson (p), Mancy Cara (bj), Pete Briggs (tu), Zutty Singleton (dm) - july 19, 1929 3 Ain't Misbehavin' (Razaf-Waller-Brooks) 06:34 4 Black And Blue (Razaf-Walle-Brooks) 09:45 5 That Rhythm Man (Razaf-Waller-Brooks) 12:15 6 Sweet Savannah Sue (Razaf-Waller-Brooks) 15:45 7 Some Of These Days (Brooks) 18:50 8 When You're Smiling (Fisher-Goodwin-Shay) 21:53 9 After You've Gone (Creamer-Layton) 25:12 Louis Armstrong (tp,voc), Otis Johnson, Henry “Red” Allen (tp), J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Albert Nicholas (as, cl), Charlie Holmes (as), Teddy Hill (ts), Luis Russell (p, ldr), Will Johnson (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (dm) 10 I Ain't Got Nobody (Graham-Williams) 28:25 11 Dallas Blues (Garrett-Wand) 31:02 12 St. Louis Blues (Handy) 34:08 13 Rockin' Chair (Carmichael) 37:02 14 Song Of The Islands (King) 40:16 15 Bessie Couldn't Help It (Warner-Richmond-Bayha) 43:43 16 Blue, Turning Grey Over You (Razaf-Waller) 47:04 LOUIS ARMSTRONG - trumpet solo accompanied by Buck Washington - April 5, 1930 17 Dear Old Southland (Creamer-Layton) 50:31 LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp,voc), Ed Anderson (tp), Henry Hicks (tb), Bobby Holmes (as, cl), Theodore McCord (as), Castor McCord (ts, cl), Joe Turner (p), Buck Washington (p, tr.18 only), Bernard Addison (g), Lavert Hutchinson (tu), Willie Lynch (dm, ldr) - 18 My Sweet (Carmichael) 53:48 19 I Can't Believe That You’re in Love with Me (Gaskill-McHugh) 57:07 20 Indian Cradle Song (Wayne-Kahn) 1:00:07 21 Exactly Like You (Fields-McHugh) 1:03:03 22 Dinah (Lewis-Young-Akst) 1:06:31 23 Tiger Rag (LaRocca) 1:09:47 24 Some Of These Days (Brooks) 1:12:56 25 When You're Smiling (Fisher-Goodwin-Shay) 1:15:46 In 1929 Louis Armstrong, accompanied by his whole band, landed in New York. This event brought many changes in his pubblic image and his career. Althought since 1924 he had played mainly with big bands, his records had mostly been made with combos - the famed “Hot Five” and “Hot Seven” - as well as accompanist to blues singers (Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, Chippie Hill etc.). Moreover the recorded material consisted mostly in jazz tunes, blues and “race” standards. From 1929 instead, nearly all recordings were made by Louis fronting his own, or other, bands playing standards, many among them top hits by the best black and white composers, many of them from popular Broadway or off-Broadway productions, like, for instance, Fats Waller’s Ain’t Misbehavin’ and “Black and blue” , originating from the “Connie’s Hot Chocolates” musical, where incidentally Louis starred himself. After the very good reception of “I Can’t Give You…” and “Mahogany Hall Stomp”, where the accompanying band was a near complete version of Luis Russell’s orchestra, the Okeh record company decided to renew the meeting and results (trackS 10 to 16) were sensational, probably the best of the period. Since Louis’ records were having good sales in Europe and elsewhere, the Okeh people thought that his vocals could somehow hurt foreign listeners. So they started producing double versions of the songs, with and without vocal. Several instrumental versions were recorded but only two were actually released, and you’ll find them here at tracks 24 & 25 (others were found later and pubblished for collectors’ joy). Good listening and lot of fun! Thank you so much for watching this video by Halidon Music channel, we hope you enjoyed it! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Love Jazz? Then look no further! With new videos constantly added, Halidon Music is home to the best Jazz on YouTube. Relive the magic of Jazz legends Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Lester Young, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Django Reinhardt, Lionel Hampton, Eddie Condon, Count Basie and many more. Travel back in time to the Golden Age of Jazz with us!
As a tribute to Maestro Pavarotti on his 59th birthday on 12th October, Adams shares with you their performance of 'O Sole Mio filmed in Modena, Italy on 13th September 1994. FOLLOW: https://www.instagram.com/bryanadams/
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Take a look at the next concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyXczXZYK2Y Contact Pete Long: http://www.plong.co.uk On Friday 7 November 2014, Pete Long and his Goodmen gave Taunton a night to remember. Recreating an iconic Carnegie Hall swing concert from 1938, first Benny Goodman and then Glenn Miller were brought to life. Some of the UK's finest session musicians were on hand to deliver an unforgettable evening. For further details about the band see http://www.plong.co.uk/. Line up: Clarinet & band leader: Pete Long Saxophones: Nigel Hailwood, Pete Ripper, Robert Fowler, John Shenoy Trumpet: Nathan Bray, James Copus, Tom Dennis Cornet: Alan Berlyn Trombone: Andy Flaxman, Ross Anderson, Ian Bateman Piano: Bunny Thompson Bass: Calum Gourlay Drums: Ed Richardson Guitar: Ian Lewis Vocals: Iain Mackenzie Set list: Benny Goodman 1. Don't Be That Way (1:04) 2. Bach Goes to Town (5:15) 3. One O Clock Jump (10:02) 4. When Buddha Smiles (19:28) 5. Big John Special (25:03) 6. Sheik Of Araby (27:45) 7. T'aint What you Do (32:39) 8. King Porter Stomp (36:08) 9. Dear Old Southland (40:05) 10. Down South Camp Meeting (43:36) 11. Sing Sing Sing (48:04) INTERVAL Glenn Miller Moonlight Serenade (58:48) Sunrise Serenade (1:04:00) Little Brown Jug (1:08:00) Stairway To The Stars (1:12:15) It Must Be Jelly (Cause Jam don't shake like that) (1:15:54) Danny Boy (1:18:55) Boulder Buff (1:23:00) My Prayer (1:28:55) In The Mood (1:37:05) Battle of the Bugle Calls (1:42:20) Take The A Train (1:50:00) This event was sponsored by: D'Addario, Denis Wick, Yanagisawa, Yamaha with special thanks to Queen's College, Taunton. Filming & editing by Dave Adams firstname.lastname@example.org
The Best of Louis Armstrong 1. Drop That Stack 2. Old Kentucky home 3. St James Infirmary 4. Panama 5. Hot Time in the Hot Town Tonight 6. Dr Jazz 7. I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of my Jelly-Roll 8. Jelly Roll Blues 9. Chimes Blues 10. I Want a Big Buter and Egg Man 11. Frankie and Johnny
Here it is the Complete wold famous BBC TV special from 1963 September by Nat King cole in HD resolution. I gave a little high and low pass with Equalizer to the sound and then I normalised it to max volume. Unfortunatelly Nat's voice is still sounds indirectly, but it's the technician's mistake who forgot to stick a hidden microphone on his suite before the show started. I also gave a more strength to the picture too... A little sharpness and a little detail enhancer for more detail, maybe a little too much of them. But I hope the result won't get dissapointed anyone. Hope you'll like it, cause I do. Honestly he's my all time favorite singer and performer.
1-Because Of 00:00 2-In My Secret Life 03:12 3-The Future 08:15 4-I'm Your Man 15:05 5-Dance Me To The End Of Love (Live) 19:42 6-Waiting For The Miracle 25:56 7-Everybody Knows 33:46 8-Take This Waltz 39:28 9-Closing Time 45:36 10-A Thousand Kisses Deep 51:45 11-Democracy 58:22 12-There For You 01:05:40 13-Love Itself 01:10:33 14-Hallelujah 01:16:10