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The Re-Discovered Louis and Bix

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Released: 2000
Track listing:

The Music of Louis Armstrong: Papa What Are You Trying to Do to Me I've Been Doing It for Years; When You Leave Me Alone to Pine; Drop that Sack; Weather Bird; The Jive Don't Come from Kokomo; Beyond a Shadow of Doubt; Mr. Jackson from Jacksonville; Medley: Got What It Takes/I need Your Kind of Lovin'.

The Music of Bix Beiderbecke: No One Knows What It's all About; Play It Red; Lily; Did You Mean It?; Betcha I Getcha; Cloudy; Stampede.

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Randy Sandke and the New York All Stars: The Re-Discovered Louis and Bix

Read "The Re-Discovered Louis and Bix" reviewed by Dave Nathan

It's obvious from the outset that this album is a labor of love by co-producers George Avakian and Randy Sandke, as well as the very talented musicians who come together on this set. Putting together the album required a good deal of tenacious research, the almost coincidental getting together of individuals who had like minds about ...


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