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Catalog Number 1987.3.0320
Title [Reel-to-reel tape recorded by Louis Armstrong]
Object Type Tape
Collection Louis Armstrong Collection
Description Scope: Recordings of Armstrong Disney sound recording. Live recording of the All Stars in [Sparks, Nevada?]. Voice of America radio program on Louis's 70th birthday celebration at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, 11/8/1970. Recording of the radio program, "Dial M for Music."

Contents (as on compact disc reference copy):

Disc 1, Track 1: Recordings of Armstrong Disney sound recording: ”Jeepers Creepers”; Track 2: ”Moon River”; Track 3: ”Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo”; Track 4: ”Bout Time”; Track 5: ”Davey Crocket”; Track 6: ”Bare Necessities”; Track 7: ”Zip a Dee Doo Dah”; Track 8: ”When You Wish Upon a Star”; Track 9: ”Whistle While You Work”; Track 10: ”Ten Feet Off the Ground”; Track 11: ”Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho”; Track 12: ”Chim Chim Cheree”; Track 13: ”When You Wish Upon a Star”. Track 14: Live recording of the All Stars in Sparks, Nevada: Louis introduces Arvell Shaw; Track 15: ”How High the Moon” (Arvell Shaw solo); Track 16: ”When It’s Sleepy Time Down South”; Track 17: ”Back Home Again in Indiana”; Track 18: ”I’ve Got a Lot of Livin’ to Do”; Track 19: ”Tiger Rag”; Disc 2, Track 1: ”Hello Dolly”; Track 2: ”When I Grow Too Old to Dream” (Billy Kyle solo); Track 3: ”Blueberry Hill”; Track 4: Louis introduces Jewel Brown; ”Lover Come Back to Me”; Track 5: ”Have You Heard About Jerry”; Track 6: ”When the Saints Go Marchin’ In” (speed problems). Tracks 7-8: Recordings of Armstrong sound recordings: ”We Have All the Time in the World”; Tracks 9-10: ”Pretty Little Missy.” Track 11: “Kickin’ the Gong Around” (unknown band; also can be heard at 1987.3.317, Disc 2); Track 12: “Who’Sit” (same band); Track 13: Voice of America radio program (hosted by Willis Conover) on Louis’s 70th birthday celebration at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel Ballroom (11/8/1970): announcer introduces program (Louis rewinds the tape and starts it again); Track 14: William B. Williams (WNEW radio announcer) introduces distinguished guests and speaker, Willis Conover; Track 15: Conover presents Louis with a Russian book on jazz and reads the inscription; William B. Williams introduces Lucille; Track 16: Louis addresses the crowd; Track 17: announcer; Track 18: ”Boy From New Orleans”; Track 19: close of program. Track 20: Recording of the radio program, ”Dial M for Music”: ”When it’ Sleepy Time Down South”; Father Norman O’Connor introduces the program; Track 21: commercial; Track 22: Father O’Connor introduces Louis; Track 23: ”Pretty Little Missy”; introduction; Disc 3, Track 1: ”What a Wonderful World”; Track 2: Louis talks with Father O’Connor; Track 3: ”It’s All right With Me” (Tyree Glenn vibraphone solo); Track 4: Louis talks with Father O’Connor; Track 5: ”Someday You’ll Be Sorry”; Track 6: ”Hello Dolly”; close of program. Track 7: Louis as a guest on the Johnny Carson television program: ”Pretty Little Missy”; Track 8: Louis talks with Carson; introduction; Track 9: ”Blueberry Hill” (Carson comments). Track 10: Recordings of sound recordings: ”Beer Drinking Woman” (Memphis Slim) (French translation by Madeleine Gautier); Track 11: ”I Shall Not Be Moved” (Sister Rosetta Tharpe). Recordings of Pearl Bailey sound recordings: Track 12: ”Here’s That Rainy Day”; Track 13: ”Close to You”; Track 14: ”A House is Not a Home”; Track 15: ”If You go Away”; Track 16: ”Watch What Happens”; Track 17: ”Supper Time”; Track 18: ”It’s Impossible”; Track 19: ”This is All I Ask”. Disc 4, Tracks 1-7: Live comedy routine ([Punchy Davis?]) (Louis and the All Stars performance bleeds through).
Tape Information Armstrong Personal Recordings 5
People Armstrong, Lucille Wilson
Bailey, Pearl
Brown, Jewel
Carson, Johnny
Darensbourg, Joe
Gautier, Madeleine
Kyle, Billy
Moore, "Big Chief" Russell
O'Connor, Norman
Shaw, Arvell
Slim, Memphis
Tharpe, Sister Rosetta
Williams, William B.
Young, Trummy
Search Terms Dial M For Music
Disney Songs the Satchmo Way (album)
Louis Armstrong and His All Stars
Tonight Show (television program)
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (New York, N.Y.)
Year Range from 1971
Year Range to 1971
Creator Louis Armstrong
Caption 1987.3.320 Front
Accession number 1987.3