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INTEGRALE LOUIS ARMSTRONG VOL. 10

RADIO DAYS 1941-1944

LOUIS ARMSTRONG
Direction artistique : DANIEL NEVERS
Nombre de CD : 3

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La radio ? Sûr qu’il connaissait, Louis Armstrong. Dès 24-25, quand il jouait chez Fletcher Henderson.
Même que c’est comme cela que le jeune Cootie Williams l’a découvert : le soir sur les ondes courtes, en douce… En 1926, à Chicago, le Hot Five, qui n’existait pourtant que pour le disque, a fait des émissions. Puis il y en a eu en Europe. En 37, Louis est même devenu une authentique vedette des ondes sur un grand réseau.
Mais là, pendant la guerre, c’est le patriotisme qui mène la danse, grâce à l’AFN (American Forces Network) et aux transcriptions de l’AFRS (Armed Forces Radio Service). Ce volume 10 de l'Intégrale Louis Armstrong, presque uniquement constitué de diffusion radiophoniques enregistrées donne l'occasion d'entendre Armstrong en-dehors du format disque, dans toute la liberté permise par les ondes…
Daniel Nevers

Les intégrales Frémeaux & Associés réunissent généralement la totalité des enregistrements phonographiques originaux disponibles ainsi que la majorité des
documents radiophoniques existants afin de présenter la production d'un artiste
de façon exhaustive.
L'intégrale Louis Armstrong déroge à cette règle en proposant la sélection la plus complète jamais éditée de l'oeuvre du géant de la musique américaine du XXè siècle, mais en ne prétendant pas réunir l'intégralité des oeuvres enregistrées.
Patrick Frémeaux

Radio? Of course he’d heard of it; Armstrong had been playing with Fletcher Henderson in 1924-1925, hadn't he? It was even how the young Cootie Williams discovered him, sneaking a listen to him on short-wave radio in the evenings... In 1926, in Chicago, the Hot Five had done broadcasts even though the group only existed on records. And then there were programmes in Europe. In 1937 Louis even became a genuine radio-star on a national network. But when the war came, patriotism was the word, thanks to the AFN and the AFRS transcriptions...
Daniel Nevers
The Frémeaux & Associés Complete Series usually feature all the original and available phonographic recordings and the majority of existing radio documents for a comprehensive portrayal of the artist. The Louis Armstrong series is an exception to the rule in that the selection of titles by this American wizard is certainly the most complete as published to this day but does not comprise all  his recorded works.
Patrick Frémeaux
CD 1 :
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (DECCA SESSION, 16/11/1941) : WHEN IT’S SLEEPY TIME DOWN SOUTH • LEAP FROG • I USED TO LOVE YOU (TK.A) • I USED TO LOVE YOU (TK.B) • YOU RASCAL, YOU. LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (RADIO – 17 & 27/11/1941) : BASIN STREET BLUES • EXACTLY LIKE YOU • PANAMA & THEME (SLEEPY TIME…). LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (RADIO – 04/1942) : THEME & SHINE • SHOE SHINE BOY • A ZOOT SUIT • BASIN STREET BLUES • YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS • BLUES IN THE NIGHT • (GET SOME) CASH FOR YOUR TRASH. LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (DECCA SESSION, 17/04/1942) : (GET SOME) CASH FOR YOUR TRASH • AMONG MY SOUVENIRS (TK.A) • AMONG MY SOUVENIRS (TK.B) • COQUETTE • I NEVER KNEW • LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (FILM SOUNDTRACKS, 20/04/1942) : SWINGIN’ ON NOTHING • YOU RASCAL, YOU • SHINE.
CD 2 :
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (FILM SOUNDTRACK, 20/04/1942) : WHEN IT’S SLEEPY TIME DOWN SOUTH. LOUIS ARMSTRONG & STUDIO ORCHESTRA (FILM “CABIN IN THE SKY” SOUNDTRACK, 28/08/1942) : TRUMPET BREAK & AIN’T IT THE TRUTH. LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (RADIO - AFRS SERIES, 1942-43) : THEME, PRESENTATION & COQUETTE • L. ARMSTRONG INTERVIEW PAR/BY DICK JOY • I GOT A GAL IN KALAMAZOO • SLENDER, TENDER AND TALL • DEAR OLD SOUTHLAND • LAZY RIVER • YOU CAN’T GET STUFF IN YOUR STUFF • ME AND BROTHER BILL • ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET • THEME, PRESENTATION & COQUETTE • TEXTE & SHINE • LAZY RIVER • TEXTE & ONE O’ CLOCK JUMP • PRESENTATION & IF I COULD BE WITH YOU… • TEXTE & CONFESSIN’ • IN THE MOOD • I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE & THEME.
CD 3 :
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (RADIO – 1943) : ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET • BACK O’ TOWN BLUES • AS TIME GOES BY. LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (RADIO – AFRS SERIES, 1943) : THEME, PRESENTATION & LEAP FROG • OLD MAN MOSE • AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’ • BARRELHOUSE BESSIE FROM BASIN STREET • THE PEANUT VENDOR • SLENDER, TENDER AND TALL. LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (FILM “JAM SESSION” SOUNDTRACK, 23/04/1943) : I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE. LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (RADIO – AFRS SERIES, ? 08/ 1943) : PRESENTATION & I NEVER KNEW • WHAT A GOOD WORD, MR. BLUEBIRD ? • I LOST MY SUGAR IN SALT LAKE CITY • LAZY RIVER. “CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LOWER BASIN STREET” (RADIO - 16/01/1944) : ESQUIRE BOUNCE • BASIN STREET BLUES • HONEYSUCKLE ROSE. 1940 COMPLEMENTS : “COTTON CLUB” DATES… LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA (RADIO – 03 & 04/1940) : THEME & KEEP THE RHYTHM GOING • CONFESSIN’ • STRUTTIN’ WITH SOME BARBECUE • DARLING NELLY GRAY • SONG OF THE ISLANDS.

Droits : DP/ Frémeaux & Associés.
Liste des crédits sur ce CD :
Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra, Leon René & Otis René , Clarence Muse, Joe Garland, G.von Tilzer, Sam Theard , Dorothy Fields , Jimmy Mchugh, Williams H.tyers, Cecil Mack , J.brown , Ford Dabney, Sammy Cahn , Saul Chaplin, Ray Gilbert , Bob O'brian, Spencer Williams , Don Raye , Gene De Paul, Johnny Mercer , Harold Arlen, Fats Waller , Horatio Nichols , Edgar Leslie, Gus Kahn , John Green, T.fio Rito, Sy Oliver , Billy Moore, Louis Armstrong And Studio Orchestra, Y.harburg , Joy Dick , Mack Gordon , Harry Warren, Mike Jackson , Hughie Prince, Henry Creamer , Turner Layton, Hoagy Carmichael , Sydney Arodin, Jones , Count Basie, James P. Johnson, Al Neiburg , Donald Dougherty, Joseph Garland, Luis Russell , Herman Hupfeld , Vincent Youmans, Zilner Randolph , Armstrong Louis, Andy Razaf , H.madigson , J.styne, W.gilbert , M.sunshine , Moshé Simons, Ted Fio Rito , Inconnu , Johnny Lange , Louis Armstrong And Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street, Leonard Feather, Benjamin Hanby , King
CDPisteTitreArtiste principalDuréeEnregistré en
11When it's sleepy time down south Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:141941
12Leap frog Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:011941
13I used to love you (tk.a) Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:531941
14I used to love you (tk.b) Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:011941
15You rascal you Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:011941
16Basin street blues Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:071941
17Exalctly like you Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:551941
18Panama and theme Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:191941
19Theme and shine Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:581942
110Shoe shine boy Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:071942
111A zoot suite Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:521942
112Basin' street blues Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:131942
113You don't know what love is Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:471942
114Blues in the night Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:271942
115Cash for your trash Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:061942
116Get some cash for your trash Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:051942
117Among my souvenirs (tk.a) Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:491942
118Among my souvenirs (tk.b) Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:331942
119Coquette Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:381942
120I never knew Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:481942
121Swingin' on nothing Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:061942
122You rascal you Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:581942
123Shine Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:351942
21When it's sleepy time down south Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:081942
22Trumpet break and ain't it the truth Louis Armstrong And Studio Orchestra00:05:431942
23Theme & when it's sleepy timedown south, and coquette Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:291942
24Interview Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:01:411942
25I've got a gal in kalamazoo Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:441942
26Slender tender and tall Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:531942
27Dear old southland Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:041942
28Lazy river Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:111942
29You can't get stuff in your cuff Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:481942
210Me and brother bill Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:081942
211On the sunny side of the street Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:251942
212Great day and coquette Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:511942
213Shine Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:141942
214Lazy river Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:071942
215Texte & one o'clock jump Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:07:081942
216Jubilee theme great day & if i could be with you Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:581942
217Confessin' Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:261942
218In the mood Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:321942
219Texte i can't give you anything but love Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:05:061942
31On the sunny side of the street Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:471943
32Back o'town blues Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:431943
33As time goes by Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:061943
34Great day presentation & leap frog Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:561943
35Old man mose Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:511943
36Ain't misbehavin Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:561943
37Barrelhouse bessie from basin' street Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:331943
38The peanut vendor Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:511943
39Splender tender & tall and one o'clock jump Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:421943
310I can't give you anything but love Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:121943
311Présentation & i never knew Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:461943
312What's a good word mr bluebird Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:121943
313I lost my sugar in salt lake city Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:031943
314Lazy river Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:261943
315Esquire blues Louis Armstrong And Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street00:02:251944
316Basin' street blues Louis Armstrong And Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street00:03:441944
317Honeysuckle rose Louis Armstrong And Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street00:02:031944
318Theme & keep the rhythm going Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:04:401940
319Confessin' Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:121940
320Struttin' with some barbecue & theme Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:03:321940
321Darling nelly gray Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:491940
322Song of the island Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra00:02:291940
Label : FREMEAUX & ASSOCIES

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