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Catalog Number 1987.3.0386
Title [Reel-to-reel tape recorded by Louis Armstrong]
Object Type Tape
Collection Louis Armstrong Collection
Description Scope: Recordings of sound recordings. Originally cataloged in "Tape Catalog #2, Part 1" (see Manuscripts, 1987.2.23). Collage on front of tape box includes an image of Joe Glaser. Collage on back of tape box includes a photo of Louis and Lucille meeting Pope Paul VI in 1968.

Contents (as on compact disc reference copy):

Side 1
Recording of the sound recording "Jazz Odyssey: The Sound of Chicago, 1923-1940": "Droppin' Shucks" (Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five); Track "Messin' Around" (Cookie's Gingersnaps); "That Creole Band" (Al Wynn and His Gut Bucket Five); "Plantation Joys" (Luis Russell and His Heebie Jeebie Stompers); "Dusty Bottom Blues" (Richard M. Jones and His Jazz Wizards); "Get 'Em Again Blues" (Chicago Footwarmers); "Savoyager's Stomp" (Carroll Dickerson's Orchestra); "Symphonic Raps" (Carroll Dickerson's Orchestra); "Liza" (McKenzie and Condon's Chicagoans); "China Boy" (McKenzie and Condon's Chicagoans); "Nobody's Sweetheart" (McKenzie and Condon's Chicagoans); "Oh, Baby" (Eddie Condon Quartet); "Indiana" (Eddie Condon Quartet); "Craze-o-logy" (Bud Freeman); "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man" (Bud Freeman); "Smiling Skies" (Benny Meroff Orchestra); "Gambler's Dream" (Hociel Thomas); "Suitcase Blues" (Hersal Thomas); "Jack O'Diamonds Blues" (Sippie Wallace); "Pratt City Blues" (Bertha Chippie Hill); "You Can't Get That Stuff No More" (Tampa Red); "Strut That Thing" (Cripple Clarence Lofton); "Louie, Louise Blues" (Big Bill Broonzy); "Bear Trap Blues" (Jimmy Yancey); "Fifteen Cents" (Frankie Half Pint Jaxon and His Hot Shots); "Dirty Dozen's Cousins" (Alabama Rascals); "Zuddan" (Reuban Reeves and His River Boys). Recording of the sound recording "Jazz Odyssey: The Sound of Chicago, 1923-1940": "I Would Do Anything For You" (Jimmie Noone); "Liza" (Jimmie Noone); "Reincarnation" (Paul Mares and His Friar's Society Orchestra); "The Land of Dreams" (Paul Mares and His Friar's Society Orchestra); "Ubangi Man" (Charles LaVere); "A Monday Date" (Earl Hines); "Sensational Mood" (Earl Hines); "Take It Easy" (Earl Hines); "After You've Gone" (Roy Eldridge); "Florida Stomp" (Roy Eldridge); "Heckler's Hop" (Roy Eldridge); "Chloe" (Horace Henderson); "Swingin' and Jumpin'" (Horace Henderson). Recording of Johnny Dodds and Kid Ory sound recording, "Johnny Dodds and Kid Ory": "Gate Mouth"; "Too Tight Blues"; "I Can't Say"; "Perdido Street Blues"; "Papa Dip" (incomplete).

Side 2
"Papa Dip"; "Mixed Salad"; "Brown Bottom Bess"; "My Baby"; "Mad Dog"; "Lady Love"; "Oriental Man"; "Flat Foot." "Fat Stuff Serenade" (Rex Stewart). Recording of sound recording "Ellington Sidekicks": "San Juan Hill" (Rex Stewart); "I'll Come Back for More" (Rex Stewart); "Pelican Drag" (Barney Bigard); "Tapioca" (Barney Bigard); "Minuet in Blues" (Barney Bigard); "Mobile Blues" (Cootie Williams); "Delta Mood" (Cootie Williams); "Have a Heart" (Cootie Williams); "Prelude to a Kiss" (Johnny Hodges); "The Jeep is Jumpin'" (Johnny Hodges); "Swingin' on the Campus" (Johnny Hodges). Recording of Alfred Eisenstein sound recordings: "If You Were Mine" (Alfred Eisenstein); "Impromptu" (Composed by Alfred Eisenstein, performed by the Great Vienna Broadcasting Orchestra, Conducted by Ladislaus Varady); "Lament" (Alfred Eisenstein) (sung by Aldolf Dallapozza); "Two Castanets" (Alfred Eisenstein); "Love 'n Grief" (Alfred Eisenstein, sung by Adolf Dallapozza); "Barcarole O'Stry On The Water" (Alfred Eisenstein, sung by Adolf Dallapozza); "Life Was Beautiful" (Alfred Eisenstein, sung by Adolf Dallapozza); "When I Look in your Eyes" (Alfred Eisenstein, sung by Judith Hellwig); "Tango of Love"; [unidentified selection; Louis has written "More Eisenstein" in his catalog); "Adagio Lamentoso" (Alfred Eisenstein); "Melodic Reflections for Cello and Orchestra" (Alfred Eisenstein); "Movements for String Orchestra" (Alfred Eisenstein); "Petite Suite for Violin and Orchestra" (Alfred Eisenstein).
Tape Information Reel 86 according to ”Tape Catalog #2, Part 1” (see Manuscripts, 1987.2.23)
People Beiderbecke, Bix
Dominique, Natty
Eisenstein, Alfred
Glaser, Joe
Hines, Earl
Lang, Eddie
Noone, Jimmie
Oliver, King
Year Range from 1970
Year Range to 1971
Creator Louis Armstrong
Caption 1987.3.386 Front
Accession number 1987.3