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Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra - Rockin' Chair, Basin Street Blues / St. James Infirmary, When It's Sleepy Time Down South album mp3

Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra - Rockin' Chair, Basin Street Blues / St. James Infirmary, When It's Sleepy Time Down South album mp3
Performer:
Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
Album:
Rockin' Chair, Basin Street Blues / St. James Infirmary, When It's Sleepy Time Down South
Released:
1957
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1632 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1621 mb
WMA vers. size:
1454 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
485

Rockin Chair (Original Mix). Basin Street Blues Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra, Louis Armstrong, George Oldham, Budd Johnson, Elmer Whitlock, Zilner Randolph, Keg Johnson, Teddy Wilson, Mike Mckendrick, Bill Oldham & Yank Porter. Medley Of Armstrong Hits (Part I): You Rascal You, When It's Sleepy Time Down South, Nobody's Sweetheart Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra. Medley Of Armstrong Hits (Part Ii): When You're Smiling, Saint James Infirmary, Dinah Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra. St. Louis Blues Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra. Louis Blues Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra (Zilner Randolph, Keg Johnson, Ellis Whitlock, Scoville Brown, George Oldham, Albert "Budd" Johnson, Charlie Beal, Mike Mckendrick, Bill Oldham & Harry Dial.

I went down to St. James Infirmary Saw my baby there She was stretched out on a long white table So cold, so sweet, so fair. Let her go, let her go! God bless her wherever she may be She can look this wide world over But she'll never find a sweet man like me ( Laughter braggin'). It has been attributed by some as the work of Irving Mills, who used the pseudonym Joe Primrose. It’s similar to an 18th century English folk song called The Unfortunate Rake. There are over 120 versions of the song, from Louis Armstrong to Cab Calloway to Betty Boop to Van Morrison to the White Stripes. There are over 20 versions of the lyrics, so the lyrics that follow in this annotation are an amalgamation of many interpretations of the song. I went down to St. James Infirmary To see my baby there She was lying on a long white table So sweet, so cool, so fair.

When It's Sleepy Time Down South", also known as "Sleepy Time Down South", is a 1931 jazz song written by Clarence Muse, Leon René and Otis René. It was sung in the movie Safe in Hell by Nina Mae McKinney, and became the signature song of Louis Armstrong, who recorded it almost a hundred times during his career. The song is now considered a jazz standard.

Louis Armstrong When It's Sleepy Time Down South. Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra Rockin' Chair. Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra Rockin' Chair, Pt. 1. (play). Louis Armstrong, His Orchestra Basin Street Blues. Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Perdido Street Blues. Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra On The Sunny Side Of The Street. august alsina feat trinidad james i love this shit. dia 남 사 친. Download MP3.

Tracklist

A1 Rockin' Chair,
A2 Basin Street Blues
B1 St. James Infirmary
B2 When It's Sleepy Time Down South

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EPA-5000, EPA 5000 Louis Armstrong Rockin' Chair ‎(7", EP) RCA Victor, RCA Victor EPA-5000, EPA 5000 US 1957
20039 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra When It's Sleepy Time Down South ‎(7", EP, Comp) RCA 20039 New Zealand 1957
RCX-1007, RCX 1007 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Louis Armstrong ‎(7", EP, Comp, RP) RCA, RCA RCX-1007, RCX 1007 UK Unknown
EPA-5000, EPA 5000 Louis Armstrong Rockin' Chair ‎(7", EP, Comp) RCA Victor, RCA Victor EPA-5000, EPA 5000 US 1957
EPA-5000 Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong ‎(7", EP) RCA EPA-5000 Germany Unknown