Sunday, September 30, 2007

CD Review: Ken Burns's Jazz: Louis Armstrong

1) Chimes Blues
2) Cake Walkin' Babies
3) Heebie Jeebies
4) Potato Head Blues
5) West and Blues
6) Tight Like This
7) Mahogany Hall Stomp
8) Ain't Misbehaving
9) Black and Blue
10) St. Louis Blues
11) When It's Sleepy Time Down South
12) Blue Again
13) Lazy River
14) Chinatown, My Chinatown
15) Star Dust
16) Shadrack
17) I Double Dare You
18) When the Saints Go Marching In
19) Marie
20) Rockin' Chair
21) Blueberry Hill
22) Mack the Knife
23) A Fine Romance
24) Hello, Dolly!
25) What a Wonderful World

Genre: Jazz

Louis Armstrong isn't just that guy who sang "What a Wonderful World." He also happens to be one of the most important musicians in the history of jazz. He practically invented the improvised solo, and popularized scat. These twenty-five tracks, recorded from 1923 to 1967, still hold up years later.

***** out of five


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