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Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra, Vol. 2 (1936-1938): Heart Full of Rhythm


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Artist: Louis Armstrong
Release date: 1993
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 58:12
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No. Title Length
1. I Come from a Musical Family (Single) 2:57
2. Somebody Stole My Break (Single) 2:44
3. If We Never Meet Again (Single) 3:07
4. Lyin' to Myself (Single) 3:12
5. Ev'ntide (Single) 2:54
6. Swing That Music (Single) 2:53
7. Mahogany Hall Stomp (Single) 2:52
8. The Skeleton in the Closet (Single) 3:11
9. Dippermouth Blues (Single) 2:46
10. Swing That Music (Single) 2:53
11. Public Melody Number One (Single) 3:09
12. Yours and Mine (Single) 2:42
13. Alexander's Ragtime Band (Single) 2:36
14. I've Got a Heart Full of Rhythm (Single) 3:09
15. Sun Showers (Single) 2:42
16. Once in a While (Single) 3:11
17. On the Sunny Side of the Street (Single) 3:00
18. Satchel Mouth Swing (Single) 2:37
19. Jubilee (Single) 2:39
20. Struttin' With Some Barbecue (Single) 2:58



Some of Louis Armstrong's better Decca recordings from the 1936-1938 period are reissued on this CD. Inferior to the much more "complete" series undertaken by the European Classics label, this set nevertheless does have some classics from Satchmo including two versions of "Swing That Music," a remake of "Mahogany Hall Stomp," "Once in a While," "On the Sunny Side of the Street," "Jubilee," and "Struttin' With Some Barbeque." The backup band (the remains of Luis Russell's Orchestra) does not have a great deal to do, although trombonist J.C. Higginbottham gets in a few good solos. But this is largely Armstrong's show (both instrumentally and vocally) and he comes up with some masterful statements.