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Boston Hall Symphony Hall Concert (Original Album)

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01
Muskrat Ramble
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
6:17  
02
(What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
4:15  
03
Royal Garden Blues
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
5:03  
04
Lover
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
2:23  
05
Stars Fell On Alabama
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
5:18  
06
Since I Fell for You
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
4:06  
07
Tea for Two
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
4:45  
08
Body and Soul
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
5:33  
09
Steak Face
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
7:11  
10
Mahogany Hall Stomp
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
3:55  
11
On the Sunny Side of the Street
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
6:49  
12
High Society
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
3:31  
13
Baby, Wont'you Please Come Home
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
2:49  
14
C-Jam Blues
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
3:30  
15
Boff Boff (Mop Mop)
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
5:08  
16
I Cried for You
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
4:37  
17
That's My Desire
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
4:50  
18
How High the Moon
Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
6:29  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 86:29

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