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Louis Armstrong And The All-Stars – I Love Jazz! (2000)

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1 	I Love Jazz	2:27

Bass – Mort Herbert
Clarinet – Peanuts Hucko
Drums – Danny Barcelona
Guitar – Al Hendrickson
Piano – Billy Kyle
Tenor Saxophone – Eddie Miller 
Trombone – Trummy Young

2 	Twelfth Street Rag	5:44

Bass – Arvell Shaw
Clarinet – Barney Bigard
Drums – Cozy Cole
Piano – Earl HinesT
Trombone – Jack Teagarden

3 	Basin Street Blues	7:20

Bass – Mort Herbert
Clarinet – Peanuts Hucko
Drums – Danny Barcelona
Guitar – Al Hendrickson
Piano – Billy Kyle
Tenor Saxophone – Eddie Miller
Trombone – Trummy Young

4 	Skokiaan (South African Song) 	3:50

Bass– Arvell Shaw
Clarinet – Barney Bigard
Drums – Barrett Deems
Guitar – Danny Barker
Piano – Dave Martin
Soprano Saxophone – Omer Simeon
Trombone – Al Cobbs, Elmer Crumbley, Paul SeidenT
Trumpet – Abdul Salaam, Charlie Shavers, Taft Jordan

5 	Frog-I-More Rag	2:28

Bass – Squire Gersh
Clarinet – Edmond Hall
Drums – Barrett Deems
Guitar – George Barnes
Piano – Billy Kyle
Trombone – Trummy Young

6 	Otchi-Tchor-Ni-Ya	7:29

Bass – Mort Herbert
Clarinet – Peanuts Hucko
Drums – Barrett Deems, Danny Barcelona
Guitar – Al Hendrickson
Piano – Billy Kyle
Tenor Saxophone – Eddie Miller
Trombone – Trummy Young

7 	Tenderly / You'll Never Walk Alone	7:24

Bass – Arvell Shaw
Clarinet – Barney Bigard
Drums – Barrett Deems
Piano – Billy Kyle
Trombone – Trummy Young

8.1 	Pretty Little Missy	3:02

Bass – Arvell Shaw
Clarinet – Barney Bigard
Drums – Barrett Deems
Piano – Billy Kyle
Trombone – Trummy Young

8.2 	(silence) 	0:24
8.3 	Take announcement and countoff for "I Love Jazz - Take 8" 	0:04

9 	I Love Jazz (Alternative Take - Take 8)		 2:26

Bass – Mort Herbert
Clarinet – Peanuts Hucko
Drums – Barrett Deems, Danny Barcelona
Guitar – Al Hendrickson
Piano – Billy Kyle
Tenor Saxophone – Eddie Miller 
Trombone – Trummy Young

 

This eight-song LP is an excellent studio representation of Louis Armstrong & the All-Stars at work in their prime as a nostalgia act. And just because they were a nostalgia act didn't mean they didn't push the envelope given half a chance, as these recordings did. The personnel list is impressive on its own terms, with Jack Teagarden, Earl Hines, and Barney Bigard together in the small group stretching out on "Twelfth Street Rag," and if the later incarnations of the group aren't as eye-catching in their personnel, they're every bit as much of a pleasure to hear on "Skokiaan" (aka "South African Song"), "Frog-I-More Rag," or the title tune. Pianist Billy Kyle gets the spotlight for a chunk of the extended jam of "Otchi-Tchor-Ni-Ya" before Peanuts Hucko and Eddie Miller take center stage on clarinet and tenor sax. The medley of "Tenderly"/"You'll Never Walk Alone" shows off the elegant side of the ensemble's playing and makes a good contrast with the jauntier traditional Dixieland sound on most of the disc. ---Bruce Eder, AllMusic Review

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