|Title||[Reel-to-reel tape recorded by Louis Armstrong]|
|Collection||Louis Armstrong Collection|
Scope: Dub of 1987.3.565 (made on a different tape machine). Radio broadcast of the Patterson/Johannson prize fight (conversation in background). Recording of the Jack Paar television program (talk in background).
Contents (as on compact disc reference copy):
Disc 1, Track 1: ABC Radio broadcast of the third Floyd Patterson/Ingemar Johansson heavyweight championship boxing match, March 13, 1961 (Louis and friends talk in the background throughout): commentator Howard Cosell talks to many people before the fight including Joe Louis; Track 2: commercial (Schaeffer Beer); Track 3: Cosell talks to Ingmar Johansson and Floyd Patterson; Track 4: commercial (Studebaker Lark); Track 5: Cosell talks to the fighters about fight strategy; Track 6: commercial (Studebaker Lark); Track 7: Cosell talks to the fighters about being in the ring; Track 8: Les Keiter announces the beginning of the fight; talks with Rocky Marciano and Arthur Mercante; Track 9: commercial (Studebaker Lark); Track 10: pre-fight commentary; Track 11: station identification; pre-fight commentary; Track 12: commercial (Studebaker Lark); Track 13: opening ceremony; national anthem; Track 14: round one; Track 15: commercial (Mennen shaving cream); Track 16: round two; Track 17: round three; Track 18: commercial (Studebaker Lark); Track 19: round four; Track 20: round five; Track 21: commercial (Studebaker Lark); Track 22: round six; Track 23: post-fight coverage; Track 24: commercial (Studebaker Lark); Disc 2, Track 1: post fight coverage with Joe Louis; replay of fight end; Track 2: commercial (Mennen shaving cream); Track 3: Cosell talks from Patterson's dressing room; Track 4: Les Keiter talks to Max Schmeling; Track 5: commercial (Studebaker Hawk); Track 6: post-fight coverage; Track 7: commercial (Studebaker Lark); Track 8: post-fight coverage; Track 9: station identification; commercials; Track 10: opening of the Scott Muni show. Track 11: Jack Paar television program: talk of the recent appearance of Ed Sullivan on his show with Hugh Downs; Track 12: commercial; Track 13: Hugh Downs and Jack Paar talk about a feud with Ed Sullivan; Track 14: commercial; Track 15: Downs and Paar continue talking about Sullivan; Tracks 16: commercials; Track 17: Downs continues talking with Paar; Track 18: Station ID for WCBS radio; Track 19: "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" (Louis Armstrong radio commercial for the World Jazz Series at Newport, sponsored by Studebaker Lark); Track 20: announcer Mitch Miller talks about the World Jazz Series and introduces Tyree Glenn; Track 21: "Tea for Two" (Tyree Glenn); Track 22: "Sultry Serenade" (Tyree Glenn); Track 23: Mitcher Miller speaks; Studebaker Lark commercial with Louis speaking and playing a bit of "Back O'Town Blues"; Track 24: Mitch Miller introduces the Art Farmer-Benny Golson Sextet; Track 25: "Killer Joe" (Art Farmer and Benny Golson, Newport 1960).
Tape recordings, Audio
|Date||March 13, 1961|
|Year Range from||1961|
|Year Range to||1961|