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8 thoughts on “ Have You Met Miss Jones - Louis Armstrong - Louis Under The Stars (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Yes, miss Jones and I Have you met Miss Jones? Someone said as we shook hands She was just Miss Jones to me Oh, then I said, "Miss Jones You're a girl who understands I'm a man who must be free" And all at once I lost my breath And all at once was scared to death And all at once I own the earth and sky Oh, now I've met Miss Jones.
  2. Have You Met Miss Jones? By Louis Armstrong. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Have You Met Miss Jones? Featured on An American Songbook. More by Louis Armstrong. Work From Home with Louis Armstrong. Satchmo: The Decca And Verve Years
  3. Have You Met Miss Jones 6. Dream a Little Dream 7. Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) 8. Gone Fishin' 9. That Old Feeling #1,, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Vocal Jazz (CDs & Vinyl) out of 5 stars Louis Armstrong at his very best. Reviewed in /5(24).
  4. One of the lesser-known Louis Armstrong sets, this album was recorded on the same day that resulted in the similar I've Got the World on a compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.coinfo great trumpeter/singer is backed by a string orchestra arranged and conducted by Russ compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.coinfo performs eight veteran standards, only one of which ("Body and Soul") had been associated with him in the past.7/
  5. Louis Under the Stars, an Album by Louis Armstrong. Released in on Verve (catalog no. M GV; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz.
  6. Louis Armstrong – I’ve Got The World On A String () Armstrong’s version of the Arlen and Koehler classic, produced by Norman Granz, was recorded at Capitol’s Studio, LA, on the same.
  7. Have You Met Miss Jones Lyrics: "Have you met Miss Jones?" someone said as we shook hands / She was just Miss Jones to me / And then I said, "Miss Jones, you're a .
  8. Here are Louis Armstrong and his All Stars at two different locations in San Francisco , doing what they loved and did best: playing Jazz of a quality defying description, and, as Louis would have said “pleasing the people”.

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