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NEW ORLEANS – Original Soundtrack and Out-takes from the 1947 Cult Movie featuring Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Kid Ory, Barney Bigard, Mutt Carey and Zutty Singleton

NEW ORLEANS – Original Soundtrack and Out-takes from the 1947 Cult Movie featuring Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Kid Ory, Barney Bigard, Mutt Carey and Zutty Singleton
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CD / Product Number: URCD276

It was a fabulous idea which in true Hollywood fashion ended up a fiasco! However, there remains the music which, unlike the film, is just plain wonderful! The list of artists here is an A-Z of jazz royalty and there are 29 great tracks for you to enjoy. So close your eyes and be transported back to 1947 and the birth of jazz in New Orleans!

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Original Soundtrack, out-takes and associated music from the 1957 Cult Movie

Tracks 1-23 Louis Armstrong / Mutt Carey trumpet, Barbey Bigard clarinet, Charlie Beal piano, Red Callender string bass, Zutty Singleton drums, Billie Holiday vocals on certain tracks
Track 24 Meade Lux Lewis
Tracks 25-27 as above but Minor Hall replaces Zutty Singleton
Tracks 28-29 Louis Armstrong's Big Band

1. Free As A BirdWhen The Saints Go Marching In
2. West End Blues
3. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?
4. Brahms' Lullaby
5. Tiger Rag
6. Buddy Bolden's Blues
7. Buddy Bolden's Blues
8. Basin Street Blues
9. Raymond Street Blues
10. Milenberg Joys
11. Where The Blues Were Born in New Orleans
12. Farewell to Storyville
13. Beale Street Stomp
14. Dippermouth Blues
15. Dippermouth Blues
16. Shimme-Sha-Wobble
17. Ballin' the Jack
18. King Porter Stomp
19. Mahogany Hall Stomp
20. Mahogany Hall Stomp
21. The Blues are Brewin'
22. Endie
23. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?
24. Honky Tonk Train
25. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?
26. Where The Blues Were Born in New Orleans
27. Mahogany Hall Stomp
28. Endie
29. The Blues are Brewin'