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8 Replies to “ Dont Fence Me In - Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars - The Armstrong Box (CD) ”

  1. Wildcat raised his head and cried Oh, give me land, lots of land under starry skies above Don't fence me in Let me ride through the wide open country that I love Don't fence me in Let me be by myself in the evening breeze Listen to the murmur of the cottonwood trees Send me off forever but I ask you please Don't fence me in.
  2. Jan 21,  · The band Louis fronted at the Crescendo Club is the one most folks might know as "The Handy Band" or "The Satch Plays Fats Band." Louis was right in the middle of what I consider to be his prime period during the All Stars years.
  3. Jul 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Don't Fence Me In - Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters YouTube Ella Fitzgerald - Don't Fence Me In - Duration: SaveTheSnails , views.
  4. Boogie Woogie on St Louis Blues (with Louis Armstrong & His All Stars) 6: Don't Fence Me In (with Louis Armstrong & His All Stars) Additional Track Information Mahogany Hall Stomp album for sale: 7: Lover (with Louis Armstrong & His All Stars) 8: Pale Moon (with Louis Armstrong & His All Stars) 9: A Song Was Born (with Louis Armstrong & His All.
  5. The Armstrong Box, the latest in Storyville Records' series that assembles eight-disc, budget-priced boxes drawn from label founder Karl Emil Knudsen's massive collection, features live Louis Armstrong dates tracked between 19with various configurations of his All-Stars, along with a bonus DVD of Armstrong on video, making it a must-have for serious Armstrong collectors. ~ Steve Price: $
  6. Origins. Originally written in for Adios, Argentina, an unproduced 20th Century Fox film musical, "Don't Fence Me In" was based on text by Robert (Bob) Fletcher, a poet and engineer with the Department of Highways in Helena, Montana. Cole Porter, who had been asked to write a cowboy song for the 20th Century Fox musical, bought the poem from Fletcher for $
  7. "Now You Has Jazz" is a song written by Cole Porter for the film High Society in which it was introduced by Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong. The song describes what instruments are needed to create jazz.. Background. Sol C. Siegel, the producer of High Society, paid Cole Porter $, for his first film score in eight gamfestkapocoularafmigetibnyoudis.coinfo Porter learned that Louis Armstrong was going to appear in.
  8. di ARMSTRONG LOUIS - Venduto da myWorld. Stato: Nuovo. € 7, 3% + 2 per € di acquisto. Aggiungi alla lista dei desideri.

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