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Catalog Number 1987.3.0157
Title [Reel-to-reel tape recorded by Louis Armstrong]
Object Type Tape
Collection Louis Armstrong Collection
Description Scope: Conversation between Louis and Lucille in Corona; recordings of sound recordings; dinner party in Corona. Photos of Patti Russo on back of tape box are no longer affixed.

Contents (as on compact disc reference copy):

Continuation of 1987.3.156 with Louis and Lucille talking and watching a television program featuring a band with Jerry Jerome and Dick Cary: Track 1: Conversation between Louis and Lucille (televisionplaying in the background); Track 2: conversation includes some mention of" Duke"; "Because of You"; Slim Gaillard interview (on television in background);"Laughin' in Rhythm" (Slim Gaillard); "Soony-Roony" (Slim Gaillard) (continues into track 3); Track 3: conversation continues over television show, which continues to feature Slim Gaillard; "Cement Mixer"; "Lover"; bongo feature for Gaillard; "Stompin' at the Savoy"; Track 4: Louis stops the tape and plays Jelly Roll Morton Library of Congress sound recordings: "Ain't Misbehavin'" (Jelly Roll Morton); Track 5: "Bert Williams" (Jelly Roll Morton) (incomplete); Track 6: "Bert Williams" (Jelly Roll Morton); Track 7: "Jungle Blues" (Jelly Roll Morton).
People Armstrong, Lucille Wilson
Benny, Jack
Crosby, Bing
Harding, Warren
Powell, Dick
Russo, Patti
Thompson, Slim
Ware, Rula
Ware, Fred
Search Terms Corona
Year Range from 1952
Year Range to 1954
Creator Louis Armstrong
Caption 1987.3.157 Front
Accession number 1987.3