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100 Satchmo Classics - the Very Best of Louis Armstrong

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01
What a Wonderful World (Live)
2:39
 
02
Mack the Knife
3:24
 
03
C'est si bon
3:04
 
04
Ain't Misbehavin'
2:54
 
05
Blueberry Hill
2:55
 
06
It Takes Two to Tango
2:56
 
07
Jeepers Creepers
2:44
 
08
You Rascal You (with Louis Jordan)
3:08
 
09
A Kiss to Build a Dream On
3:04
 
10
After You've Gone
3:24
 
11
Georgia on My Mind
3:25
 
12
Lazy River
3:52
 
13
Stardust
3:35
 
14
A Fine Romance (with Ella Fitzgerald)
3:38
 
15
I Ain't Got Nobody
2:46
 
16
I'm a Ding Dong Daddy (from Dumas)
3:11
 
17
Willow Weep for Me (with Oscar Peterson)
4:20
 
18
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
3:06
 
19
When the Saints Go Marching In
2:42
 
20
Them There Eyes
3:11
 
21
You're Driving Me Crazy
3:11
 
22
St. James Infirmary
3:20
 
23
Dinah
3:22
 
24
Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) [with Ella Fitzgerald]
8:42
 
25
I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me
3:11
 
26
Dear Old Southland
3:20
 
27
Exactly Like You
3:30
 
28
That Rhythm Man
3:11
 
29
Some of These Days
3:15
 
30
You're Lucky to Be Me
3:29
 
31
Blue, Turning Grey Over You
3:29
 
32
I'm Shooting High
2:56
 
33
Bessie Couldn't Help It
3:22
 
34
I Wonder Who
3:06
 
35
Red Sails in the Sunset
3:04
 
36
(Was I to Blame for) Falling in Love With You
3:12
 
37
I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket
3:00
 
38
Rhythm Saved the World
3:05
 
39
On the Sunny Side of the Street
2:58
 
40
Hear Me Talkin' to Ya
3:06
 
41
Wolverine Blues
3:20
 
42
2.19 Blues
2:51
 
43
Harlem Stomp
3:03
 
44
Lazy Bones
3:12
 
45
Sweet Sue, Just You
2:46
 
46
Tiger Rag
3:06
 
47
West End Blues
3:12
 
48
Savoy Blues
3:14
 
49
St. Louis Blues
3:07
 
50
Where the Blues Were Born in New Orleans
3:10
 
51
I Get a Kick Out of You
4:19
 
52
That Lucky Old Sun
3:07
 
53
Summertime (with Ella Fitzgerald)
4:56
 
54
Sweet Lorraine
5:14
 
55
La vie en rose
3:26
 
56
Blues for Yesterday
2:36
 
57
I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)
3:23
 
58
My Sweet Hunk O'Trash (with Billie Holiday)
3:18
 
59
Baby Won't You Please Come Home?
3:19
 
60
I Want a Little Girl
3:04
 
61
Down in Honky Tonk Town
3:04
 
62
Have You Met Miss Jones?
4:40
 
63
Someday You'll Be Sorry
3:15
 
64
Dippermouth Blues
2:44
 
65
Satchel Mouth Swing
2:36
 
66
Perdido Street Blues
3:07
 
67
Struttin' With Some Barbecue
2:58
 
68
Sweethearts on Parade
2:53
 
69
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
2:55
 
70
That's My Home
4:59
 
71
Bess, You Is My Woman Now (with Ella Fitzgerald)
5:29
 
72
High Society Calypso
2:59
 
73
You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart)
2:52
 
74
This Black Cat Has Nine Lives
2:42
 
75
Makin' Whoopee (with Ella Fitzgerald)
3:58
 
76
You've Got Me Voodoo'd
3:02
 
77
Jazz Lips
3:10
 
78
When It's Sleepy Time Down South
3:17
 
79
When You're Smiling (the Whole World Smiles With You)
4:04
 
80
Gone Fishin' (with Bing Crosby)
2:32
 
81
Dream a Little Dream of Me (with Ella Fitzgerald)
3:07
 
82
Chloe (Song of the Swamp)
3:07
 
83
Stormy Weather
4:17
 
84
Alexander's Ragtime Band
2:38
 
85
Mahogany Hall Stomp
2:58
 
86
On a Cocoanut Island
3:10
 
87
Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?
3:05
 
88
Body and Soul
4:44
 
89
Sugar
3:26
 
90
(What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue
4:27
 
91
Old Rockin' Chair (with Johnny Williams)
5:04
 
92
I'm in the Mood for Love
3:09
 
93
Basin Street Blues
5:12
 
94
Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You (with Ella Fitzgerald)
4:13
 
95
You Can't Lose a Broken Heart (with Billie Holiday)
3:15
 
96
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
3:39
 
97
Let's Call the Whole Thing Off (with Ella Fitzgerald)
4:13
 
98
I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues
3:55
 
99
Top Hat, White Tie and Tails
4:12
 
100
We'll Be Together Again
4:04
 
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Total Tracks: 100   Total Length: 344:41

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