C'est Si Bon [Body & Soul]

Performers Louis Armstrong

Body & Soul | January 25, 2005 | Compact Disc

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Personnel: Louis Armstrong (vocals, spoken vocals, trumpet, cornet); Jack Teagarden (vocals, trombone); Velma Middleton, Billie Holiday (vocals); Johnny St. Cyr, Bill Perkins (guitar, banjo); Danny Perri, Everett Barksdale, Elmer Warner, Lee Blair, Remo Palmieri, Bernard Addison, Bill Jennings, Al Casey, Bud Scott, Carl Kress (guitar); Mancy Cara (banjo); Johnny Guarnieri (cello, piano); George James (clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Sidney Bechet (clarinet, soprano saxophone); Albert Nicholas, Bill Stegmeyer (clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Lester Boone, Don Redman, Rupert Cole, Charlie Holmes (clarinet, alto saxophone); Albert Washington, Jr., Bingie Madison, Jimmy Strong, Joe Garland, Peanuts Hucko (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Ernie Caceres, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Dodds, Barney Bigard (clarinet); Jules Rubin, Pete Clark, Amos Gordon, Norman Powe, Henry Jones, Adam Martin, Arthur Dennis, Carl Frye, Johnny Hodges, Johnny Mince, Les Hite, Marvin Johnson, Sid Cooper, Milt Yaner (alto saxophone); Arthur Rollini, Bill Holcombe, Don Byas, Pat Nizza, Art Drelinger, Jack Greenberg, Johnny Sparrow, Lucky Thompson, Teddy Hill, Josh Jackson, Greely Walton (tenor saxophone); Alton Moore (trumpet, trombone); Leonard Davis, Melvin "Red" Solomon, Gus Aiken, Bobbie Butler, Henry "Red" Allen, Ludwig Jordan, Gene Prince, Harold Scott, Andrew "Fats" Ford, Robert Butler, Louis Bacon, Frank Galbreath, Aaron Izenhall, Paul Webster, Billy Butterfield, Shelton Hemphill, Bernie Privin, Charlie Shavers (trumpet); Bobby Hackett (cornet); Henderson Chambers, Alfred Cobbs, Waddey Williams, Fred Robinson , James Whitney, George Washington , Norman Greene, Snub Mosley, Harry White, George Matthews , John Thomas , Nat Allen, J.C. Higginbotham, Luther Graven, Jimmy Archey, Kid Ory, Claude Jones, Hymie Schertzer, Preston Jackson, Mort Bullman (trombone); Henry Prince, Charlie Alexander , Edwin Swanston, Earl Mason, Duke Ellington, Dave Bowman , Joe Bushkin, Lil Armstrong, Luis Russell, Billy Kyle , Bill Doggett, Buck Washington, Earl Hines, Charlie Beal (piano); Lionel Hampton, Paul Barbarin (vibraphone, drums); Cozy Cole, Minor Hall, Edmond McConney, George Ballard, Jimmy Crawford , Joe Benjamin, Joe Morris , Big Sid Catlett, Sonny Greer, Baby Dodds, Tubby Hall, Zutty Singleton, Johnny Blowers (drums).
Liner Note Author: Claude Carriere.
Recording information: Chicago, IL (05/07/1927-08/25/1950); Los Angeles, CA (05/07/1927-08/25/1950); New York, NY (05/07/1927-08/25/1950).
Directors: Louis Armstrong; Sy Oliver; Bob Haggart.
Introduction by: Louis Armstrong.
Arranger: Sy Oliver.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: January 25, 2005

Genre: Trumpet

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 2

Label Name: Body & Soul

UPC: 3596971712723

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C'est Si Bon [Body & Soul]

Performers Louis Armstrong

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: January 25, 2005

Genre: Trumpet

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 2

Label Name: Body & Soul

UPC: 3596971712723


Title Track Time
0.DISC 1: C'EST SI BON (BODY & SOUL): --
1.C'est Si Bon --
2.Vie en Rose, La --
3.Dream a Little Dream of Me --
4.Can Anyone Explain? --
5.You Rascal You --
6.Life Is So Peculiar --
7.Jack Armstrong Blues --
8.Rockin' Chair --
9.Some Day --
10.Swing That Music --
11.Lyin' to Myself --
12.Ev'ntide --
13.Sun Showers --
14.Thanks a Million --
15.Solitude --
16.Shoe Shine Boy --
17.Shine --
18.Just a Gigolo --
19.I Ain't Got Nobody --
20.Georgia on My Mind --
21.Lazy River --
22.Dear Old Southland --
23.New Orleans Function (Flee as a Bird), Pt. 1 --
24.New Orleans Function (Oh, Didn't He Ramble), Pt. 2 --
0.DISC 2: C'EST SI BON (BODY & SOUL): --
1.You Can't Lose a Broken Heart --
2.My Sweet Hunk O'Trash --
3.That's for Me, Pt. 1 --
4.That's for Me, Pt. 2 --
5.You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart) --
6.Frim Fram Sauce, The --
7.Long, Long Journey --
8.I Wonder --
9.I Wonder, I Wonder, I Wonder --
10.Back O'Town Blues --
11.Blues Are Brewin', The --
12.Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? --
13.Where the Blues Were Born in New Orleans --
14.Perdido Street Blues --
15.2:19 Blues --
16.Down in Honky Tonk Town --
17.Wild Man Blues --
18.West End Blues --
19.Basin Street Blues --
20.Weather Bird --
21.St. James Infirmary --
22.Tight Like This --
23.When It's Sleepy Time Down South --
24.When the Saints Go Marching In --

Editorial Notes

Personnel: Louis Armstrong (vocals, spoken vocals, trumpet, cornet); Jack Teagarden (vocals, trombone); Velma Middleton, Billie Holiday (vocals); Johnny St. Cyr, Bill Perkins (guitar, banjo); Danny Perri, Everett Barksdale, Elmer Warner, Lee Blair, Remo Palmieri, Bernard Addison, Bill Jennings, Al Casey, Bud Scott, Carl Kress (guitar); Mancy Cara (banjo); Johnny Guarnieri (cello, piano); George James (clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Sidney Bechet (clarinet, soprano saxophone); Albert Nicholas, Bill Stegmeyer (clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Lester Boone, Don Redman, Rupert Cole, Charlie Holmes (clarinet, alto saxophone); Albert Washington, Jr., Bingie Madison, Jimmy Strong, Joe Garland, Peanuts Hucko (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Ernie Caceres, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Dodds, Barney Bigard (clarinet); Jules Rubin, Pete Clark, Amos Gordon, Norman Powe, Henry Jones, Adam Martin, Arthur Dennis, Carl Frye, Johnny Hodges, Johnny Mince, Les Hite, Marvin Johnson, Sid Cooper, Milt Yaner (alto saxophone); Arthur Rollini, Bill Holcombe, Don Byas, Pat Nizza, Art Drelinger, Jack Greenberg, Johnny Sparrow, Lucky Thompson, Teddy Hill, Josh Jackson, Greely Walton (tenor saxophone); Alton Moore (trumpet, trombone); Leonard Davis, Melvin "Red" Solomon, Gus Aiken, Bobbie Butler, Henry "Red" Allen, Ludwig Jordan, Gene Prince, Harold Scott, Andrew "Fats" Ford, Robert Butler, Louis Bacon, Frank Galbreath, Aaron Izenhall, Paul Webster, Billy Butterfield, Shelton Hemphill, Bernie Privin, Charlie Shavers (trumpet); Bobby Hackett (cornet); Henderson Chambers, Alfred Cobbs, Waddey Williams, Fred Robinson , James Whitney, George Washington , Norman Greene, Snub Mosley, Harry White, George Matthews , John Thomas , Nat Allen, J.C. Higginbotham, Luther Graven, Jimmy Archey, Kid Ory, Claude Jones, Hymie Schertzer, Preston Jackson, Mort Bullman (trombone); Henry Prince, Charlie Alexander , Edwin Swanston, Earl Mason, Duke Ellington, Dave Bowman , Joe Bushkin, Lil Armstrong, Luis Russell, Billy Kyle , Bill Doggett, Buck Washington, Earl Hines, Charlie Beal (piano); Lionel Hampton, Paul Barbarin (vibraphone, drums); Cozy Cole, Minor Hall, Edmond McConney, George Ballard, Jimmy Crawford , Joe Benjamin, Joe Morris , Big Sid Catlett, Sonny Greer, Baby Dodds, Tubby Hall, Zutty Singleton, Johnny Blowers (drums).
Liner Note Author: Claude Carriere.
Recording information: Chicago, IL (05/07/1927-08/25/1950); Los Angeles, CA (05/07/1927-08/25/1950); New York, NY (05/07/1927-08/25/1950).
Directors: Louis Armstrong; Sy Oliver; Bob Haggart.
Introduction by: Louis Armstrong.
Arranger: Sy Oliver.
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