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Live in Stockholm 1962 [Import] DVD
Live in Stockholm 1962 [Import]

Live in Stockholm 1962 [Import]

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NTSC/Regionn 0. Louis Armstrong disbanded his orchestra and returned to the small group format in the late '40s, resulting in the birth of his legendary All-Stars band. In it's original incarnation, it was a truly all-star quintet, which boasted the great Earl Hines, Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard and Sidney Catlett as it's other members. Sustaining a group that included so many former leaders was not easy, and although the name remained, the components changed. This 1962 concert in Stockholm, for instance, presents none of the original members except for Louis himself. Although not as brilliant as the original sidemen, the band members proved effective accompanists for the group's primary star. Most of them were well known Jazz figures. Pianist Billy Kyle garnered a reputation while playing and arranging for the legendary John Kirby Sextet. Trombonist and singer Trummy Young had been with the modern Jazz players of the early '40s, recording with Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie before joining Louis. Clarinetist Joe Darensbourg had played with both Kid Ory and Teddy Buckner. Billy Cronk and Danny Barcelona didn't enjoy the same renown as the other members, but were highly professional musicians nonetheless. Among the many highlights of this performance is singer Monica Zetterlund's guest appearance singing 'My Man' backed by Louis. The bonus TV show, filmed three years later, includes two important musicians: trombonist, vibraphonist and singer Tyree Glenn (who also played with Duke Ellington) and the great clarinetist Buster Bailey, who had recorded his first sides with Louis in 1923, when both were members of King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band. Impro-Jazz. 2007.
Title: Live in Stockholm 1962 [Import]
Genre: Jazz Vocals, Music Video (Concert/Performance)
Starring: Louis Armstrong
Studio: Impro-Jazz Spain
Attributes: Spain - Import
Release Date: 2/13/2007
Product Type: DVD
UPC: 8436028695218
Item #: DCN869521

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