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The Very Best of Louis Armstrong [Verve]


  • 1. What a Wonderful World
    2. Cheek to Cheek
    3. Let's Call the Whole Thing Off
    4. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
    5. Uncle Sathmo's Lullaby
    6. Vie en Rose
    7. C'Est Si Bon
    8. Hello Dolly
    9. Kiss of Fire
    10. Let's Fall in Love
    11. Dream a Little Dream
    12. Can't We Be Friends
    13. Summertime
    14. I Love Jazz
    15. When the Saints Go Marching In
    16. Mack the Knife
    17. Because of You
    18. Your Cheatin Heart
    19. What's New
    20. April in Paris
    21. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
    22. Falling in Love With You
    23. Cucaracha
    24. Blueberry Hill
    25. That Old Feeling
    26. Stars Fell on Alabama
    27. Stormy Weather
    28. I Was Doing All Right
    29. Body & Soul
    30. Love Is Here to Stay
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): DZ2638

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    VERY BEST OF is an Asian exclusive release that spreads some of the favorites from Louis Armstrong's latter-day repertoire over two discs. "What a Wonderful World," "Vie En Rose," and "Hello Dolly" are included here, among others.
    Many labels have attempted to compile the "best" of legendary trumpeter Louis Armstrong's body of work -- a Herculean task if ever there was one. The best albums have been those that focus on a particular era in the jazz innovator's career and don't attempt to cover everything. This double-disc import from Verve collects some of Armstrong's best work from the '50s to the early '60s. Forgoing his important early work for his later, more popular recordings, The Very Best of Louis Armstrong features such classics as "Hello Dolly," "Mack the Knife," and "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," as well as lesser-known gems. While other albums have featured these recordings -- and, granted, not everything is here -- at 30 tracks this is easily one of the most thorough at encapsulating Armstrong as a mid-century singer/icon. ~ Matt Collar

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