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9 thoughts on “ Lover - Louis Armstrong And Jack Teagarden - Louis Armstrong And Jack Teagarden (CD)

  1. Aug 02,  · On paper, the personnel for the Paris concerts looked to be the stronger. Teagarden, Bigard, Hines and Big Sid + Pops out front, was surely one of Armstrong's strongest line-ups - wasn't it? Maybe it was but, somehow, it didn't quite gel like the later team. Teagarden, by this time, was getting tired and relying on a set of well-used phrases.
  2. May 01,  · Armstrong and Teagarden shared a mutual love and they were a perfect team. Check out their singing and tradeoffs on “Jack Armstrong Blues.” “A Song Was Born” and “Please Stop Playing Those Blues.” The interplay between the two can be seen as well as heard on several songs in the movie The Strip. Teagarden had found the perfect musical home .
  3. Jack Teagarden: Primary Artist: Satchmo: The Decca and Verve Years Louis Armstrong: Trombone: This Is Teagarden/Chicago & All That Jazz: Jack Teagarden: Primary Artist:
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Louis Armstrong And Jack Teagarden on Discogs.
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  6. Louis Armstrong and Jack Teagarden Tracklist. 1. Rockin' Chair Lyrics. 2. Lover Lyrics. 4. Don't Fence Me In Lyrics. 5. Body and Soul Lyrics. 8. Mahogany Hall Stomp.
  7. Louis Armstrong - Armstrong Box music CD album at CD Universe, This box set includes a DVD and 7 CDs, Sidemen include Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Jack Teagarden.
  8. Aug 04,  · It was on the riverboat that Armstrong honed his music reading skills and eventually had his first encounters with other jazz legends, including Bix Beiderbecke and Jack Teagarden. Though Armstrong was content to remain in New Orleans, in the summer of , he received a call from Oliver to come to Chicago and join his Creole Jazz Band on.
  9. Jack and Louis shared a relaxed camaraderie, which is stunningly evident with their vocal interplay on 'Rockin' Chair.' However, the sound on "Satchmo Meets Big T" is abysmal. The music sounds severely muffled. Much of the musical detail has been destroyed by the primitive noise reduction technology of the era when this CD was issued ()/5(2).

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