Louis Armstrong - Potato Head Blues / St. James Infirmary Blues FLAC album
Title: Potato Head Blues / St. James Infirmary Blues
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James Infirmary is a traditional American folk song of uncertain origin. It has been attributed by some as the work of Irving Mills, who used the pseudonym Joe Primrose. It’s similar to an 18th century English folk song called The Unfortunate Rake. There are over 120 versions of the song, from Louis Armstrong to Cab Calloway to Betty Boop to Van Morrison to the White Stripes. There are over 20 versions of the lyrics, so the lyrics that follow in this annotation are an amalgamation of many interpretations of the song. Now that’s the end of my story Let’s have another round of booze And if anyone should ask you just tell them I’ve got the St. James Infirmary blues. St. James Infirmary Blues" Track Info. Written By Louis Armstrong. Sampled In. Stranger by Schaffer the Darklord.
James Infirmary Blues is an American jazz song of uncertain origin. The melody is 8 bars long, unlike songs in the classic blues genre, where there are 12 bars. It is in a minor key, and has a 4/4 time signature, but has also been played in 3/4.
Louis Armstrong album). The tracks were mostly recorded on December 3, 1963, and April 18, 1964, in New York City Track listing. Digby Fairweather included the album in the selected Armstrong discography in The Rough Guide to Jazz, saying that "Armstrong has established himself in 1964 with a new generation of fans. Standing on the Corner (Blue Yodel No. 9). Stardust.
Songs that sampled Louis Armstrong's St. James Infirmary Blues: Typical Daze by Dirty Dike (2008). James Infirmary by Eric Burdon and The Animals (1968). It Ain't Necessarily the Saint James Infirmary by Frank Zappa (1988). James Infirmary by Dick Annegarn (2011)
Potato Head Blues (78rpm Version) by Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven. 7. 30. West End Blues. by Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five. West End Blues by Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five. 8. Basin Street Blues (Album Version). Basin Street Blues (Album Version) by Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five. Highlights: Basin Street Blues(1928), St. James' Infirmary(1928), Ain't Misbehavin'(1929), St. Louis Blues(1929), Walkin' My Baby Back Home(1931), You Rascal You(1931), Lazy River(1931), Georgia On My Mind(1931), On The Sunny Side Of The Street(1937), When The Saints Go Marching In(1938), Rockin' Chair(1947), Blueberry Hill(1949), Honeysuckle Rose(1955), Mack The Knife(1957)
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|A||–Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven*||Potato Head Blues
Written-By – Armstrong*
|B||–Louis Armstrong And His Savoy Ballroom Five||St. James Infirmary Blues|
NotesReissue of an old, 10" 78rpm Shellac, with the same Cat number "O 21 537" released in 1937 on the same label
|O 21 537, 45-O-29 313||Louis Armstrong||Potato Head Blues / St. James Infirmary Blues (7", Promo)||Odeon, Odeon||O 21 537, 45-O-29 313||Germany||1960|