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Let’s Do It

1995

Armstrong, Louis (Satchmo): Information on the Catawiki site about Let’s Do It , 1995.
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Catawiki number: 176367
Category: Vinyl records and CDs
Title: Let’s Do It
Main artist / band: Armstrong, Louis (Satchmo)
Medium: CD - 2CD
Label: Verve
Release number: 529 017-2
Collection / set:  
Number in collection:  
Series:  
Country: Germany
Year: 1995
Additional features:  
Genre: Jazz
Details:
On disc one tracks 1-5 and 13 and disc two tracks 3, 6, 8 and 13:
Russ Garcia’s orchestra, including unknown brass; unknown strings; prob.: Oscar Peterson (p); Herb Ellis (g): Ray Brown (b); Louie Bellson (d); Garcia (arr, cond.).
Disc one, track 5 and disc two track 6: Delete brass.
Disc two, track 8: DeIete brass. (p), (b), (d).
Recorded August 4, 1957 at Capitol Studios Hollywood
Disc one, tracks 1 and 13 and disc two, tracks 8 and 13 original LP issue: I’ve got the world on a string Verve MGVS 6101
Disc one, track 5 and disc two tracks 3 and 6, original LP issue Louis under the stars Verve MGVS 6044
On disc one, tracks 8-10:
Ella Fitzgerald (vcl) with Russ Garcia’s orchestra, including unknown strings; prob.: Oscar Peterson (p) Herb Ellis (g): Ray Brown (b); Louie BeIlson (d); unknown choir: Garcia (arr. Cond).
Disc one track 10: Delete Fitzgerald and Armstrong (t)
Tracks 8 and 9 recorded August 18, 1957 at Capitol Studios, Hollywood
Track 10 recorded August 19, 1957 at Capitol Studios, Hollywood; vocal overdubbed October 14, 1957
Original LP issue: Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong Porgy and Bess Verve MGVS 6040-2, on CD 827 475-2
On disc one, tracks 2-4, 7,11,12, 14, and 16 and disc two, tracks 1,4,7, 9-12, 14, and 16:
Oscar Peterson (p); Herb Ellis (g); Ray Brown (b); Louie Bellson (d).
Disc one, tracks 2 and 3 and disc two, tracks 1,10, and 11: Add Ella Fitzgerald (vcl).
Disc one, tracks 3, 12, and 14 and disc two, tracks 4, 12, and 16: Delete Armstrong (t).
Disc one, track 16: Delete Armstrong (vcl).
Disc two, track 4: Delete (g), (b), (d).
Disc two, track 16: Delete (p), (b), (d).
Disc one, tracks 2 and 3 and disc two, tracks 1 and 11 recorded July 23, 1957 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood
Disc one, track 14 and disc two, tracks 12 and 14 recorded July 31, 1957 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood
Disc two, track 10 recorded August 13, 1957 in Los Angeles
Disc one, tracks 4,7, 11, 12, and 16 and disc two, tracks 4, 7, 9, and 16 recorded October 14, 1957 at Capitol Studios, Hollywood
Disc one, tracks 2, 3, and 14 and disc two, tracks 1, 10—12, and 14 original LP issue: Ella and Louis again Verve MGV 4006-2; on CD: 825 378-2
Disc one, tracks 4, 7, 11, and 12 and disc two, tracks 4, 7, 9, and 16 original LP issue: Louis Armstrong meets Oscar Peterson Verve MGVS 6062; on CD: 825 713.2
Disc one, track 16 original CD issue: The essential Louis Armstrong Verve 517 169-2
On disc one, tracks 6 and 15 and disc two, tracks 2, 5, and 15:
Ella Fitzgerald (vcl) with Oscar Peterson (p); Herb Ellis (g); Ray Brown (b); Buddy Rich (d).
Recorded August 16, 1956 at Capitol Studios, Hollywood
Original LP issue: Ella and Louis Verve MGV 4003; on CD: 825 373.2
On disc two, track 17:
Tyree Glenn (tb, vb); Buter Bailey (cl); Billy Kyle (p); John Gray (bjo); Buddy Catlett (b);
Danny Barcelona (d).
Recorded August 1965 at Capitol Studios, New York City
Original LP issue: Yeah ! Fontana (UK) 683283JCL
On disc two, track 18:
Big Chief Moore (tb); Joe Darensbourg (cl); Billy Kyle (p); Everett Barksdale (g); Arvell Shaw (b), Danny Barcelona (d).
Recorded September 3, 1964 in New York City
Original LP issue: Louis Armstrong sings Louis Armstrong Mercury MG 61081
Original recordings produced by Norman Granz except disc two, tracks 17 and 18 by Hal Mooney
Cover photograph by William Claxton
Cover design by Lisa Po-Ying Huang
Submission date: 29-12-2008 10:38:23
Submitted by: PeteMolenaar
Last updated on: 11-01-2017 20:41:59
Last updated by: meteiz
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Tracks voor dit album

A

Track
A 01: I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues (3:58)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Arlen, Harold
Copywriter
Koehler, Ted
Track
A 02: Gee, Baby, Ain’t I Good to You? (4:11)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Redman, Don
Copywriter
Razaf, Andy
Track
A 03: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (4:11)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Gershwin, George
Copywriter
Gershwin, Ira
Track
A 04: You Go to My Head (6:25)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Coots, J. Fred
Copywriter
Gillespie, Haven
Track
A 05: East of the Sun (and West of the Moon) (3:11)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Bowman, Brooks
Track
A 06: Under a Blanket of Blue (4:16)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Livingston, Jerry
Copywriter
Neiburg, Al J., Symes, Marty
Track
A 07: Let’s Fall in Love (3:14)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Arlen, Harold
Copywriter
Koehler, Ted
Track
A 08: Summertime (4:56)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Gershwin, George
Copywriter
Gershwin, Ira, Heyward, DuBose
Track
A 09: It Ain’t Necessarily So (6:30)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Gershwin, George
Copywriter
Gershwin, Ira, Heyward, DuBose
Track
A 10: Oh Bess, Oh Where’s My Bess? (2:38)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Gershwin, George
Copywriter
Gershwin, Ira, Heyward, DuBose
Track
A 11: Moon Song (That Wasn’t Meant for Me) (4:31)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Coslow, Sam
Copywriter
Johnston, Arthur
Track
A 12: How Long Has This Been Going On? (5:56)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Gershwin, George
Copywriter
Gershwin, Ira
Track
A 13: When Your Lover Has Gone (4:38)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Swan, Einar Aaron
Track
A 14: Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall in Love) (8:46)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Porter, Cole
Track
A 15: Stars Fell on Alabama (3:32)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Perkins, Frank
Copywriter
Parish, Mitchell
Track
A 16: (Back Home Again in) Indiana (5:28)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Hanley, James F.
Copywriter
MacDonald, Ballard

B

Track
B 01: Stompin’ at the Savoy (5:13)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Goodman, Benny, Sampson, Edgar, Webb, Chick
Copywriter
Razaf, Andy
Track
B 02: Tenderly (5:06)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Gross, Walter
Copywriter
Lawrence, Jack
Track
B 03: Stormy Weather (4:14)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Arlen, Harold
Copywriter
Koehler, Ted
Track
B 04: What’s New? (2:40)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Haggart, Bob
Copywriter
Burke, Johnny
Track
B 05: They Can’t Take That Away from Me (4:38)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Gershwin, George
Copywriter
Gershwin, Ira
Track
B 06: You’re Blasé (4:55)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Hamilton, Ord
Copywriter
Sievier, Bruce
Track
B 07: Just One of Those Things (4:02)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Porter, Cole
Track
B 08: Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen (4:52)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Traditional
Track
B 09: Sweet Lorraine (5:11)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Burwell, Cliff
Copywriter
Parish, Mitchell
Track
B 10: I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm (3:09)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Berlin, Irving
Track
B 11: Autumn in New York (6:00)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Duke, Vernon
Track
B 12: Makin’ Whoopee (3:56)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Donaldson, Walter
Copywriter
Kahn, Gustav Gerson
Track
B 13: We’ll Be Together Again (4:02)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Fischer, Carl
Copywriter
Laine, Frankie
Track
B 14: Willow Weep for Me (4:17)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Ronell, Ann
Track
B 15: A Foggy Day (4:32)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Gershwin, George
Copywriter
Gershwin, Ira
Track
B 16: There’s No You (2:14)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Hopper, Hal
Copywriter
Adair, Tom
Track
B 17: The Three of Us (2:29)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Porter, Cole
Track
B 18: Pretty Little Missy (2:16)
Genre
Jazz
Composer
Armstrong, Louis, Kyle, Billy
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