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What A Wonderful WorldBaby, Won't You Please Come HomeSit Down, You're Rocking The BoatThat's My Desire (Louis Armstrong, Velma Middleton & The All Stars)Shoe Shine Boy (1935)Lonesome BluesSt James InfirmaryBlue Turning Grey Over You (1930)That Rhythm Man (1929)SummertimeYours And Mine (1937)All Of Me (1931)I Ain't Got Nobody (1929)After You've Gone (1929)If I Could Be With You (one Hour Tonight)Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (1931)Just A Gigolo (1931)Basin Street BluesBlue SkiesDallas BluesWhisperingBaby, It's Cold OutsideWhen You Wish Upon A StarI'll See You In My DreamsI'm A Ding Dong Daddy (1930)Papa De Da DaWinter WonderlandChristmas Night In HarlemI Gotta Right To Sing The BluesNew OrleansBessie Couldn't Help ItRockin' ChairPennies From Heaven (feat. Bing Crosby)When The Saints Go Marchin' InA Fine RomanceThere Must Be A WaySomedayA Woman Is A Sometime ThingI'm In The Mood For LoveIt's WonderfulSomeday You'll Be SorryGee Baby Ain'y Good To YouBody And SoulDippermouth BluesSwing That MusicBlue AgainYou Go To My HeadFantastic, That's YouBill BaileyHey, Look Me OverBack O' Town BluesLa Vie En Rose (Single Version)Life Is So PeculiarYou're Just In LoveYou're The Apple Of My EyeIf We Never Meet AgainLet's Do It (let's Fall In Love)Indian Love CallSweet LorraineSqueeze MeShadrackRussian LullabyOur Love Is Here To StayWould You Like To Take A Walk?The Music Goes Round And AroundHave You Met Miss Jones?(when We Are Dancin') I Get IdeasA Lot Of Livin' To DoGeorgia GrindWhite ChristmasWhen Your Lover Has GoneWhat's NewWe'll Be Together AgainTight Like ThisThere's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York
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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