|Title||[Reel-to-reel tape recorded by Louis Armstrong]|
|Collection||Louis Armstrong Collection|
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).
Armstrong, Lucille Wilson
|Year Range from||1952|
|Year Range to||1954|