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Louis Armstrong - I Will Wait For You (1968)

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Louis Armstrong - I Will Wait For You (1968)

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A1 	I Will Wait For You (Love Theme From "Les Parapluies De Cherboureg") 	
A2 	Talk To The Animals (FRom The 20th Century-Fox Motion Picture "Doctor Dolittle") 	
A3 	The Gypsy In My Soul 	
A4 	The Happy Time (From The Musical Production "The Happy Time") 	
A5 	I Believe 	
B1 	Willkommen (From The Musical Production "Cabaret") 	
B2 	You'll Never Walk Alone 	
B3 	Sunrise, Sunset 	
B4 	Rosie (From Ross Hunter's Production "Rosie" A Universal Picture) 	
B5 	That's My Desire

Louis Armstrong - Primary Artist


Recorded late in Louis Armstrong's life, this obscure LP finds his All-Stars of the period (which included trombonist Tyree Glenn and clarinetist Joe Muranyi) joined by several studio musicians and a choir, arranged and conducted by Dick Jacobs. At this point in time, Armstrong's trumpet solos were quite brief and basic, although usually effective. The emphasis throughout is on his vocalizing, mostly on then-current show tunes such as "Talk to the Animals" (from Doctor Dolittle), "Willkommen" (from Cabaret) and "Sunrise, Sunset." The choir weighs down the music; the extra musicians (which often include a banjo) water down the sound of the All-Stars; and the material is largely forgettable. Only the charm of Louis Armstrong makes this long-out-of-print album worthwhile. ---Scott Yanow, AllMusic Review

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