|Title||[Reel-to-reel tape given to Louis Armstrong]|
|Collection||Louis Armstrong Collection|
Scope: "Jazz Club Tribute to Louis" radio program by the BBC.
Contents (as on compact disc reference copy):
Track 1: "Mack the Knife" (Louis Armstrong); voiceover introduction to "The Louis Armstrong Show," mentioning Louis's arrival in Great Britain that day (spring 1962); Track 2: "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" (Nat Gonella); Gonella opens tribute; Tracks 3-7: Recordings of Louis Armstrong sound recordings, each introduced by Gonella: "Savoy Blues"; Track 4: "West End Blues"; Track 5: "Mahogany Hall Stomp"; Track 6: "Song of the Islands"; Track 7: "Body and Soul"; Track 8: Gonella calls Louis at his hotel and talks to him, welcoming him to England; talk about personnel in the band; asks Louis about his chops; Louis tells the fans he loves them; says he just woke up; Track 9: "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" (Nat Gonella) (incomplete); Track 10: man announces end of part 1; Track 11: man announces beginning of part 2; Track 12: "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" (Nat Gonella) (continued from where it cut off on track 9); Track 13: Gonella talks briefly about hearing Louis play that; Tracks 14: "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" (Louis Armstrong); Track 15: "Dipper Mouth" (Louis Armstrong with Jimmy Dorsey); Track 16: "Jazz Club" conversation with Nat Gonella, Jerry Brown, Lenny Felix and Kaye talk about Louis; mention tapes; mention Kaye singing with Humphrey Lyttelton; Track 17: "Basin Street Blues" (Nat Gonella); Track 18: "Tiger Rag" (Louis Armstrong); Track 19: "Mack the Knife" (Louis Armstrong); Track 20: "When the Saints Go Marching In" (Louis Armstrong); Track 21: "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" (incomplete).
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Louis Armstrong and His All Stars
|Year Range from||1962|
|Year Range to||1962|