Album · 1954 · 12 Songs. I'm a Ding Dong Daddy. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra. 12 Songs, 38 Minutes.
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Louis Armstrong – Favourites. Label: Fontana – 662 024 TR. Format: Vinyl, LP, 10", Compilation. Country: Netherlands. A1. Mahogany Hall Blues Stomp. Trumpet – Louis Armstrong. A2. You're Driving Me Crazy! Alto Saxophone – Les HiteBanjo – Ceele BurkeClarinet – Marshall RoyalDrums, Vibraphone – Lionel HamptonPiano – Jimmy PrinceTenor Saxophone – Franz JacksonTrombone – Luther Craven Trumpet – George Orendorf. A3. Song Of The Island.
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Louis Armstrong (1901–1971), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, singer and occasional actor who was one of the most influential figures in jazz and in all of American popular music. His career spanned five decades, from the 1920s to the 1960s, and different eras in jazz.
The tracks were mostly recorded on December 3, 1963, and April 18, 1964, in New York City. It was released by Kapp Records in 1964 and became Armstrong's most commercially successful album.
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|A1||Mahogany Hall Blues Stomp
Trumpet – Louis Armstrong
|A2||You're Driving Me Crazy!
Alto Saxophone – Les HiteBanjo – Ceele BurkeClarinet – Marshall RoyalDrums, Vibraphone – Lionel HamptonPiano – Jimmy PrinceTenor Saxophone – Franz JacksonTrombone – Luther Craven*Trumpet – George Orendorf*
|A3||Song Of The Island|
|A4||When Your Lover Has Gone|
|B2||After You'Ve Gone
Alto Saxophone – Bert Curry, Crawford WethingtonBanjo – Mancy CarrBass – Pete BriggsClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy StrongDrums – Zutty SingletonPiano – Gene Anderson Trombone – Fred RobinsonTrumpet – Homer HobsonViolin – Carroll Dickerson
|B3||Bessie Couldn'T Help It?|
|B4||When It's Sieepy Time Down South|
- Alto Saxophone – Charlie Holmes (tracks: A1, B1, A3, B3), George James (tracks: A4, B4), Lester Boone (tracks: A4, B4)
- Banjo – Eddie Condon (tracks: A1), Mike McKendrick (tracks: A4, B4)
- Bass – John Lindsay (tracks: A4, B4), Pops Foster (tracks: A1, B1, A3, B3)
- Clarinet – Albert Nicholas (tracks: A1)
- Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Albert Nicholas (tracks: B1, A3, B3)
- Drums – Paul Barbarin (tracks: A1, B1, A3, B3), Tubby Hall (tracks: A4, B4)
- Guitar – Lonnie Johnson (tracks: A1), Will Johnson (tracks: B1, A3, B3)
- Piano – Charlie Alexander (tracks: A4, B4), Luis Russell (tracks: A1, B1, A3, B3)
- Tenor Saxophone – Albert Washington (tracks: A4, B4), Teddy Hill (tracks: A1, B1, A3, B3)
- Trombone – J.C. Higginbotham (tracks: A1, B1, A3, B3), Preston Jackson (tracks: A4, B4)
- Trumpet – Henry Allen* (tracks: B1, A3, B3), Otis Johnson (tracks: B1, A3, B3), Zilner Randolph (tracks: A4, B4)
- Trumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong (tracks: A2 to B4)
NotesA1 recorded March 5, 1929
A2 recorded October 16, 1930
A3 recorded January 24, 1930
A4 recorded April 28, 1931
B1 recorded December 13, 1929
B2 recorded November 26, 1929
B3 recorded February 1, 1930
B4 recorded April 20, 1931
Three violins added on “Song ofthe islands”.