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Louis Armstrong – Duets With Louis Armstrong And Friends (2006)

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Louis Armstrong – Duets With Louis Armstrong And Friends (2006)

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1. My Sweet O'trash - Billie Holiday & Louis Armstrong
2. Gone Fishin' - Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby
3. Peachtree Street - Frank Sinatra & Rosemary Clooney
4. Can I Come In For A Second - Nat King Cole & Nellie Lutcher
5. Conneticut - Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
6. Can Any One Explain? - Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald
7. A Little Learnin' Is A Dangerous Thing - Frank Sinatra & Pearl Bailey
8. Makin' Whoopee! - Doris Day & Danny Thomas
9. I'll Never Be Free - Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan
10. Candy - Johnny Mercer & Jo Stafford
11. Life Is So Peculiar - Louis Armstrong & Louis Jordan
12. I Know That You Know - Doris Day & Gene Nelson
13. My Baby Just Cares For Me - Nat King Cole & Woody Herman
14. You Can't Losa A Broken Heart - Billie Holiday & Louis Armstrong
15. Your Socks Don't Match - Bing Crosby & Louis Jordan
16. Let's Take An Old Fashioned Way - Frank Sinatra & Doris Day
17. For You My Love - Nat King Cole & Nellie Lutcher
18. Dream A Little Dream Of Me - Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald play
19. Cuddle Up A Little Closer - Doris Day & Jack Smith
20. You´ve Got Me Where You Want Me - Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
21. Tea For Two - Frank Sinatra & Dinah Shore play
22. You Can´t Make Money Dreamin - Nat King Cole & Johnny Mercer
23. You, Rascal You - Louis Armstrong & Louis Jordan


There is something about a duet that gives it a special quality, a certain intangible something, for special quality, a certain intangible something, for In many cases neither one of the two artists is singing the kind of song he or she is normally associated with. Hence they tend to be kind of jokey or humorous numbers, wit" a lot of kidding around going on, and sometimes with plenty of very hip dialogue. (It has to be said that they are usually hugely enjoyable too!) Another ingredient is that of mutual respect, professional admiration, even love, which often shines through a particular performance - and the pairings of Louis Armstrong and Bing Crosby, Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, Louis Jordan and Louis Armstrong all immediately spring to mind .- the great Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong significantly being the common denominator in each duo just mentioned. Multiwaves. 2006

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