Louis Armstrong - Hello, Louis! album FLAC
The tracks were mostly recorded on December 3, 1963, and April 18, 1964, in New York City. It was released by Kapp Records in 1964 and became Armstrong's most commercially successful album.
Louis Armstrong - The Kinda Love Song (. That's All I Want The World To Remember Me By) (02:56, 320Kb/s). Louis Armstrong - Short But Sweet (02:43, 320Kb/s). Louis Armstrong - The Three Of Us (02:32, 320Kb/s). Louis Armstrong - When The Saints Go Marching In (03:12, 320Kb/s). Louis Armstrong - You Are Woman I Am Man (02:18, 320Kb/s). Louis Armstrong - Life Of The Party (02:40, 320Kb/s). Louis Armstrong - Bye And Bye (03:04, 320Kb/s). Louis Armstrong - Tin Roof Blues (03:00, 320Kb/s). Louis Armstrong - I Like This Kind Of Party (02:36, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Hello Louis - The Hit Years (1963-1969) (2010).
Louis Armstrong – Hello Dolly. Label: Musidisc – 30 CV 1359. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. All rights reserved exclusive for the whole world: MUSIDISC-EUROPE. Matrix, Runout (Side A, runout): MPO MU 100212 A DTV CV 1359 A.
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Hello, Dolly This is Louis, Dolly It's so nice to have you back where you belong You're lookin' swell, Dolly I can tell, Dolly You're still glowin'. you're still crowin' You're still goin' strong I feel the room swayin' While the band's playin' One of our old favourite songs from way back when So take her wrap, fellas find her an empty lap, fellas Dolly'll never go away again
On December 3, 1963, at age 62, when most folks are thinking about retirement, Louis Armstrong recorded the sprightly "Hello, Dolly!," the title song for a Broadway show. Thus began a six year-long series of recordings that brought arguably most important 20th Century musician back into the limelight and, in fact, gave him his greatest recording successes ever. The single of "Hello, Dolly!" supplanted The Beatles as on the Pop charts (his first and was for nine weeks on the Adult Contemporary charts
|A2||That Old Feeling|
|A4||I'll Never Be The Same|
|A5||We'll Be Together|
|B1||Don't Get Around Much Anymore|
|B3||Don't Be That Way|
|B4||Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me|
|B5||I've Got The World On A String|
- Engineer – Val Valentin
- Other [A&r Coordinator] – Irv Stimler
NotesM-510(A) on label
M-510 on front cover
|MS 510||Louis Armstrong||Hello, Louis! (LP, Comp)||Metro Records||MS 510||US||1965|
|736 054||Louis Armstrong||Hello, Louis! (LP, Comp)||Polydor||736 054||Europe||Unknown|
|MS-510||Louis Armstrong||Hello, Louis! (LP, Comp)||Ringside||MS-510||Canada||Unknown|
|SML 56.002||Louis Armstrong||Hello, Louis! (LP, Comp)||Metro Records||SML 56.002||Italy||1965|
|2870 453||Louis Armstrong||Hello, Louis! (LP, Comp, RE)||Contour, Metro Records||2870 453||UK||Unknown|