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I've Got The World On A String (Remastered)True ConfessionOld Man MoseOur Monday DateYou Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart) [Single]The Sunshine Of LoveAlexander's Rag Time BandYou Are Woman, I Am ManYou're The TopMuskrat RambleMy Sweet Hunk O' Trash (Single Version)Black And BlueSolitudeI've Got A Pocketful Of DreamsIrish Black BottomGive Me Your Kisses(Back Home Again In) IndianaKiss Of FireTake Two To TangoI Want A Little Girl (Remastered)Rock My SoulThis TrainHobo, You Can't Ride This Train (Remastered)The Bucket's Got A Hole In It (Alternate Take)Put 'Em Down BluesThe Song Is EndedAunt Hagar's BluesMemories Of YouSweethearts On ParadeStruttin' With Some Barbecue (Single)I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly RollI Get A Kick Out Of YouHellzapoppin'As Time Goes By (a Kiss Is Just A Kiss)I Got RhythmYou're A Heavenly ThingCoal Cart BluesIt's All In The GameYou Rascal YouCain And AbelEverybody Loves My BabyMy One And Only LoveThere's No YouI'm Putting All My Eggs In One BasketI'm Not RoughCan Anyone Explain?Got A Bran' New SuitThat Old FeelingTin Roof BluesI Guess I'll Get The Papers And Go HomeStormy WeatherWalkin' My Baby Back HomeHeebie JeebiesChantez Les BasWeary BluesOnly You (and You Alone)Way Down Yonder In New Orleans(oh)didn't He RambleLast Night I Dreamed You Kissed MeBye Bye BluesCheek To CheekThe Memphis Blues (or Mister Crump)Oops!Linger In My Arms A Little Longer, Baby (Remastered)Mack The KnifeChristmas In New OrleansDo You Know What It Means To Miss New OrleansSaint Louis BluesIt's Been A Long Long TimeWhat A Wonderful WorldWe Have All The Time In The WorldI Can't Give You Anything But LoveA Kiss To Build A Dream OnMoon RiverLyin' To Myself
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Related Information for Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong (August 4, 1901 - July 6, 1971) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.Coming to prominence in the 1920s as an inventive trumpet and cornet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence in jazz, shifting the focus of the music from collective improvisation to solo performance. With his instantly-recognizable gravelly voice, Armstrong was also an influential singer, demonstrating great dexterity as an improviser, be.. read more