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(to be moved to Louis Armstrong discography, eventually)

Original singlesEdit

The following singles were released during Armstrong's lifetime.

1923 King Oliver sessionsEdit

Armstrong was only an intrumentalist in these recordings with King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band.[1] The singles are listed roughly chronologically by recording date (since release dates are not known) then by label and catalog number of first commercial release (all 78 rpm records). While the artist credits are given exactly as they appear on the original printed disc labels,[2] the songwriter credits are often more specific than those shown on the original discs.

Label & catalog number [matrix number] Title (songwriter) Recording date & location Artist credit Armstrong's contribution References [note 1]
Gennett 5132-A[G5k] [11389 B] "Dipper Mouth Blues" (Oliver; Armstrong) 1923-04-06 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W2]
Gennett 5132-B[G5k] [11388] "Weather Bird Rag" (Armstrong) 1923-04-06 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W2]
Gennett 5133-A[G5k] [11383 B] "Just Gone" (Oliver; Bill Johnson) 1923-04-05 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W1]
Gennett 5133-B[G5k] [11384 B] "Canal Street Blues" (Oliver; Armstrong) 1923-04-05 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W1]
Gennett 5134-A[GI] [11385 C] "Mandy Lee Blues" (Bloom; Melrose) 1923-04-05 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W1]
Gennett 5134-B[GI] [11386 C] "I'm Going Away to Wear You Off My Mind" (Smith; Johnson) 1923-04-05 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W1]
Gennett 5135-A[GI] [11390 B] "Froggie Moore" (Spikes; Moore) 1923-04-06 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W2]
Gennett 5135-B[GI] [11387 a] "Chimes Blues" (Oliver) 1923-04-06 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W1]
Gennett 5184-B[GI][note 2] [11391] "Snake Rag" (Oliver) 1923-04-06 Richmond, IN King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W3]
Okeh 4906-A[GI] [8394-B] "Sobbin' Blues" (Art Kassell; Vic Burton)[OK4500] 1923-06-22–29 [22?] Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet, slide whistle [MM1][W4]
Okeh 4906-B[GI] [8392-B] "Sweet Lovin' Man" (W. Melrose; Lil Hardin) 1923-06-22–29 [22?] Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W3]
Okeh 4918-A[GI] [8402-a] "Dipper Mouth Blues" (Armstrong; Oliver) 1923-06-22–29 [23?] Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W4]
Okeh 4918-B[GI] [8401-a] "Where Did You Stay Last Night?" (Armstrong; Lil Hardin) 1923-06-22–29 [23?] Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W4]
Okeh 4933-A[OK4500] [8393-B] "High Society Rag" (King Oliver's Jazz Band) 1923-06-22–29 [22?] Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W4]
Okeh 4933-B[OK4500] [8391-a] "Snake Rag" (Oliver) 1923-06-22–29 [22?] Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W3]
Okeh 4975-B[GI][note 3] [8403-a] "Jazzin' Babies Blues" (R. M. Jones) 1923-06-22–29 [23?] Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W4]
Paramount 20292-A[GI] [1624-2] "Riverside Blues" (Dorsey; R. M. Jones) 1923-09-early? Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W5]
Paramount 20292-B[GI] [1622-1, -2][W5-6] "Mabel's Dream" (I. Smith) 1923-09-early? Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W5]
Paramount 12088-A[GI][note 4] [1623-1, -2][W5-6] "The Southern Stomps" (J. M. Jones) 1923-09-early? Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W5]
Gennett 5274-A[GI] [11638] "Krooked Blues" (Spikes; Dink Johnson)[G5k] 1923-10-05 Richmond, IN King Oliver and His Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W6]
Gennett 5274-B[GI] [11633 B] "Alligator Hop" (Oliver; A. Picou) 1923-10-05 Richmond, IN King Oliver and His Creole Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W6]
Okeh 40000-A[GI] [8476-A] "Tears" (Armstrong; Lil Hardin) 1923-10 Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W7@@]
Okeh 40000-B[GI] [8475-B] "Buddy's Habit" (Arnett Nelson; Chas. Straight?)[OK40k] 1923-10 Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet, slide whistle [MM1][W7@@]
Okeh 40034-A[GI] [8486-B] "Working Man Blues" (Oliver) 1923-10 Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W8@@]
Okeh 40034-B[GI] [8484-A] "Riverside Blues" (Thomas Dorsey; Richard M. Jones)[OK40k] 1923-10 Chicago, IL King Oliver's Jazz Band cornet [MM1][W7-8@@]
Notes
  1. ^ Courtesy links to a web resource are included for each recording, but the book by Jos Willems supercedes Michael Minn's website when there is conflicting information.
  2. ^ Side A was "Choo Choo Blues" (Barr; Creager),[GI] by Art Landry's Syncopatin' Six.[G5k]
  3. ^ Side A was "New Orleans Hop Scop Blues" (George W. Thomas), by Clarence Williams' Blue Five.[GI]
  4. ^ Side B was "Dearborn Street Blues" (Bernie Young), by Youngs Creole Jazz Band.[GI][Discogs]

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  • Okeh 8148 [] "I Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody" [R. M. Jones] 1923-10 Chicago, IL
  • Okeh 8148 [] "Room Rent Blues" [I. Newton] 1923-10 Chicago, IL
  • Okeh 8235 [] "Mabel's Dream" [Ike Smith] 1923-10 Chicago, IL
  • Okeh 8235 [] "Sweet Baby Doll" [G. W. Thomas; W. LeRoy] 1923-10 Chicago, IL
  • Columbia 13003-D [] "Chattanooga Stomp" [Oliver; A. Picou] 1923-10-15 Chicago, IL
  • Columbia 13003-D [81304²] "New Orleans Stomp" [Lil Hardin; Armstrong] 1923-10-16 Chicago, IL
  • Columbia 14003-D [] "Camp Meeting Blues" [Oliver] 1923-10-16 Chicago, IL
  • Columbia 14003-D [] "London (Cafe) Blues" [F. Morton] 1923-10-16 Chicago, IL
  • Columbia [rejected] [81301-1, -2, -3] "Junkman Blues" 1923-10-15 Chicago, IL
  • Columbia [rejected] [81302-1, -2, -3] "London (Cafe) Blues" [F. Morton] 1923-10-15 Chicago, IL
Unreleased 1923 recordings

Also recorded during the Gennett session of October 5, 1923:

  • "Zulus Ball" (Oliver; J. R. Robinson) / "Workingman Blues" (Oliver; Lil Hardin) were pressed as Gennett 5275[G5k][GI] but not released;[1][3] later the pairing was "reissued" as "Zulu's Ball" / "Working Man Blues" on Biltmore 1028 (c. 1950),[Bltm][GI] and in the UK on Tempo R-29 (early 1950s).[4]
  • "That Sweet Something, Dear" (Spikes Bros.)[5] / "If You Want My Heart (You've Got To 'Low It, Babe)" (unknown) were paired to become Gennett 5276, but no evidence exists even of a test pressing being made; the recordings, with master numbers 11634-C and 11639-B, respectively, have never been found.[1][3][6]
  • "When You Leave Me Alone to Pine" (Armstrong) and "Someday Sweetheart" (J. & B. Spikes?) were rejected and never assigned release numbers; the recordings, with master numbers 11632-ABC and 11637-ABC, respectively, have never been found.[1][6] The melody line of the first song was discovered by George Avakian (in written form) in the Library of Congress and developed into a full arrangement by trumpeter Randy Sandke,[7] who then recorded the song for his 2000 album The Re-Discovered Louis & Bix.[8] The second song is probably "Someday Sweetheart" by John and Reb Spikes; Armstrong performed this song in the 1966 film A Man Called Adam.[9][10]
References
  1. ^ a b c d Michael Minn; Scott Johnson. "The Louis Armstrong Discography / Early Years (1901 - 1924)". MichaelMinn.net. Retrieved 2016-01-14.
  2. ^ Willems, p. xiii.
  3. ^ a b Willems, p. 6.
  4. ^ Stefan Wirz. "Tempo Records (UK) - re-issue series - discography". American Music. Retrieved 2016-01-14.
  5. ^ Willems, p. 416.
  6. ^ a b "Lost Recording List - National Recording Preservation Board". LOC.gov. Retrieved 2016-01-15.
  7. ^ Gates, David (July 6, 1997). "Louis Will Never Go Away Again". Newsweek.com. Retrieved 2016-01-15.
  8. ^ Nastos, Michael G. Re-Discovered Louis & Bix at AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-01-14.
  9. ^ Willems, p. 415.
  10. ^ Michael Minn; Scott Johnson. "The Louis Armstrong Discography / Twilight (1963 - 1971)". MichaelMinn.net. Retrieved 2016-01-14.
Works cited
  • Willems, Jos (2006). All of Me: The Complete Discography of Louis Armstrong. Studies in Jazz. 51. Lantham, MD: Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0-8108-5730-8.

Singles info to be mergedEdit

Year Title(s) Label Credit (if not Louis Armstrong) Reference(s)
1924 "Prince of Wails" [Take 2] / "Mandy Make Up Your Mind" [Take 2] Louis Armstrong & Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra [1]
1928 "Hotter Than That" / "Savoy Blues" OKeh 8535 [2]
1930 "I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares for Me)" / "Rockin' Chair" OKeh 8756 [3]
1930 "I'm a Ding Dong Daddy from Dumas" / "I'm in the Market for You" Odeon 36141 [4]
1930 "Song of the Islands" / "Blue Turning Grey Over You" Odeon 36039 [5]
1938 "Elder Eatmore's Sermon on Generosity" / "Elder Eatmore's Sermon on Throwing Stones" Decca Records 15043 [6]
1939 "Jeepers Creepers" / "What Is This Thing Called Swing?" Decca Records 2267 [7]
1940 "Marie" / "Sleepy Time Gal" Decca Records 3291 Louis Armstrong and Mills Brothers / Mills Brothers [8][9]
1946 "Endie" / "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans" RCA Victor 20-2087 [10]
1951 "(When We Are Dancing) I Get Ideas" / "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" Decca Records 27720 [11]
1952 "It Takes Two to Tango" / "I Laughed at Love" Decca Records 28394 [12]
1962 "Mack the Knife" / "The Faithful Husar" CBS CA 281.144 [France] [13]
1967 "What a Wonderful World" / "Cabaret" ABC Records 10982 [7-inch vinyl] [14]
1968 "What a Wonderful World" / "Cabaret" His Master's Voice [Great Britain] [14]
1968 "I Will Wait for You" / "Talk to the Animals" [7-inch vinyl] [15]
  1. ^ "Release group "Prince Of Wails [Take 2] / Mandy Make Up Your Mind [Take 2]" by Louis Armstrong & Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  2. ^ "Release group "Hotter Than That / Savoy Blues" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  3. ^ "Release group "I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares for Me) / Rockin' Chair" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  4. ^ "Release group "I'm a Ding Dong Daddy From Dumas / I'm in the Market for You" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  5. ^ "Release group "Song of the Islands / Blue Turning Grey Over You" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  6. ^ "Release group "Elder Eatmore's Sermon on Generosity / Elder Eatmore's Sermon on Throwing Stones" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  7. ^ "Release group "Jeepers Creepers / What Is This Thing Called Swing?" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  8. ^ "Release group "Decca 3291" by Louis Armstrong and Mills Brothers". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  9. ^ "Louis Armstrong And Mills Brothers* / Mills Brothers* - Marie / Sleepy Time Gal (Shellac)". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  10. ^ "Release group "Endie / Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  11. ^ "Release group "(When We Are Dancing) I Get Ideas / A Kiss to Build a Dream On" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  12. ^ "Release group "It Takes Two to Tango / I Laughed at Love" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  13. ^ "Release group "Mack the Knife / The Faithful Husar" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  14. ^ a b "Release group "What a Wonderful World / Cabaret" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  15. ^ "Release group "I Will Wait For You" by Louis Armstrong". MusicBrainz.org. Retrieved 2016-01-13.

Original albumsEdit

These LPs and EPs were released during Armstrong's lifetime and contained original studio and/or live recordings. The year and label information is for the first vinyl release, unless otherwise noted. Additional information such as number of tracks is given only when necessary to distinguish between different releases under the same title. In most cases, the number of CD releases listed is limited, with preference given to the label that originally released the album.

Year Title Label CD release(s) Credit (if not Louis Armstrong) and additional notes
1947 Satchmo at Symphony Hall GRP
1951 Satchmo at Pasadena Decca
1954 Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy Columbia CL 591 (11 tracks) Columbia: 1986 (12 tracks), 1997 (16 tracks), 1999 (16 tracks, SACD) composer W. C. Handy
1954 Louis Armstrong and the Mills Brothers, Volume One Decca Records ED 2113 (4 tracks) [Decca Records 3291?] Louis Armstrong & The Mills Brothers
1955 Satch Plays Fats: A Tribute to the Immortal Fats Waller Columbia CL 708 (9 tracks) Columbia: 2000 (20-track SACD); Legacy: 2008 (20-track CD); Sony Music: 2009 (20-track CD) composer Fats Waller
1955 Louis Armstrong at the Crescendo, Vol. 1 Decca
1956 Louis Armstrong and Eddie Condon at Newport Columbia CL-931 Louis Armstrong & Eddie Condon
1956 Satchmo the Great Columbia: 1994, 2000 songs are introduced by excerpts from interviews with Edward R. Murrow
1956 An Evening With Louis Armstrong and His All Stars
1956 Ella and Louis Verve MG V-4003 Verve: 1985, 2000, 2002 (SACD) Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
1957 Ella and Louis Again Verve Records MGV 4006-2 [double LP] Verve: 2003 Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
1957 I've Got the World on a String [10 tracks]
1957 Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson Verve Records [12 tracks] Verve: 1997 (16 tracks) Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson
1957 Under the Stars Verve Records MGV 4012
1957 Louis and the Angels Decca Universal/MCA: 2000; Verve: 2001
1958 Porgy & Bess Verve Records MGV 4011-2 [double LP] Verve: 1986; Verve Music Group: 2008; Essential Jazz Classics Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
1958 Louis and the Good Book Decca Records DL 8741 [12 tracks] MCA [France]: 1987, 1992; Verve [Germany]: 2001 (20 tracks)
1959 Satchmo In Style Decca
1959 The Five Pennies London Records SAH-U 6044 Danny Kaye & Louis Armstrong
1960 Bing & Satchmo MGM E3882P DRG: 2009 Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong
1961 Recording Together for the First Time Roulette Records SR52074 [10 tracks] Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington
1961 The Great Reunion Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington
1962 The Real Ambassadors Columbia OL 5850 [15 tracks] CBS: 1990 [20 tracks], 1994 [20 tracks]; Poll Winners: 2012 [25 tracks] with Dave Brubeck, Carmen McRae, and Lambert, Hendricks & Ross
1964 Hello, Dolly! Kapp KL-1364 [mono], KS-3364 [stereo] MCA: 2000
1968 Disney Songs the Satchmo Way Buena Vista Records STBV 4044 Walt Disney: 1996, 2001
1968 The One and Only Vocalion VL 73871
1970 What a Wonderful World Bluebird

Posthumous releasesEdit

The following recordings were released after Armstrong's 1971 death. To be included a recording must either contain previously unreleased material or be a particularly notable (e.g., critically acclaimed) compilation of previously released material.


Song info to be mergedEdit

Song title Year(s) recorded
Manda 1924
Go 'Long, Mule 1924
Tell Me Dreamy Eyes 1924
My Rose Marie 1924
Don't Forget You'll Regret Day by Day 1924
Shanghai Shuffle 1924
See See Blues 1924 (Willems p. 10)
See See Rider Blues 1924
Jelly Bean Blues 1924
Countin' the Blues 1924
Texas Mooner Blues 1924
Early in the Morning 1924 (Willems p. 11)
Of All the Wrongs You've Done to Me 1924
One of These Days 1924
My Dream Man 1924
The Meanest Kind of Blues 1924
Naughty Man 1924 (Willems p. 14)
How Come You Do Me Like You Do 1924
Araby (Willems p. 15) 1924
Everybody Loves My Baby 1924
Papa, Mama's All Alone Blues 1924
Changeable Daddy of Mine 1924 (Willems p. 15)
Terrible Blues 1924
Santa Claus Blues 1924 (Willems p. 16)
Baby I Can't Use You No More 1924
Trouble Everywhere I Roam 1924
Prince of Wails 1924 (Willems p. 16)
Mandy Make Up Your Mind 1924
Poor House Blues 1924
Anybody Here Want to Try My Cabbage 1924
Thunderstorm Blues 1924
If I Lose, Let Me Lose (Mama Don't Mind) 1924
Screamin' the Blues 1924 (Willems p. 17)
Good Time Flat Blues 1924
I'm a Little Blackbird Looking for a Bluebird 1924
Nobody Knows the Way I Feel Dis Mornin' 1924
Early Every Morn 1924 (Willems p. 18)
You've Been a Good Ole Wagon 1925
I'll See You in My Dreams 1925
Sobbin' Hearted Blues 1925
Cold in Hand Blues 1925
Why Couldn't It Be Poor Little Me? 1925 (Willems p. 21)
Bye and Bye 1925 (mm1) (Willems p. 22)
Play Me Slow 1925 (Willems p. 22)
Alabamy Bound 1925
Swanee Butterfly 1925
Poplar Street Blues 1925
12th Street Blues 1925
Me Neenyah (My Little One) 1925
You've Got to Beat Me to Keep Me 1925 (Willems p. 23)
Mining Camp Blues 1925
Cast Away 1925
Papa De-Da-Da 1925
The World's Jazz Crazy and So Am I 1925
Railroad Blues 1925 (Willems p. 24)
Shipwrecked Blues 1925
Court House Blues 1925
My John Blues 1925
Memphis Bound 1925
When You Do What You Do 1925 (Willems p. 25)
Just Wait 'Til You See My Baby Do the Charleston 1925
Livin' High Sometimes 1925
Coal Cart Blues 1925
T N T 1925 (Willems p. 29)
Carolina Stomp 1925
Squeeze Me 1925 (Willems p. 30), 1928 (Willems p. 56)
You Can't Shush Katie (The Gabbiest Girl in Town) 1925
Lucy Long 1925
I Ain't Gonna Play No Second Fiddle 1925
Low Land Blues 1925
Kid Man Blues 1925 (Willems p. 30)
Lazy Woman's Blues 1925 (Willems p. 31)
Lonesome Lovesick 1925 (Willems p. 31)
Gambler's Dream 1925 (Willems p. 31)
Sunshine Baby 1925 (Willems p. 31)
Adam and Eve Had the Blues 1925 (Willems p. 31)
Put it Where I Can Get it 1925 (Willems p. 31)
Washwoman Blues 1925 (Willems p. 31)
I've Stopped My Man 1925 (Willems p. 31)
My Heart 1925-11-12 (Willems p. 32)
Yes! I'm In The Barrel 1925-11-12 (Willems p. 32)
Gut Bucket Blues 1925-11-12 (Willems p. 32)
Come Back Sweet Papa 1926 (Willems p. 33)
Lonesome, All Alone And Blue 1926 (Willems p. 33)
Trouble In Mind 1926 (Willems p. 33)
A Georgia Man (mm2) 1926 (Willems p. 33)
You've Got To Go Home On Time (mm2) 1926 (Willems p. 33)
What Kind O' Man Is That (mm2) 1926 (Willems p. 33)
Deep Water Blues 1926 (mm2)
G'wan, I Told You 1926 (mm2)
Lonesome hours 1926 (mm2)
Georgia Grind 1926 (mm2)
Heebie Jeebies 1926 (mm2)
Cornet Chop Suey 1926 (mm2)
Oriental Strut 1926 (mm2)
You're Next 1926 (mm2)
Muskrat Ramble 1926
A Jealous Woman Like Me 1926 (mm2)
Special Delivery Blues 1926 (mm2)
Jack O'diamond Blues 1926 (mm2)
The Mail Train Blues 1926 (mm2)
I Feel Good 1926 (mm2)
A Man For Every Day Of The Week 1926 (mm2)
After I Say I'm Sorry 1926 (mm2)
Georgia Bo Bo 1926 (mm2)
Static Strut 1926 (mm2)
Stomp Off, Let's Go 1926 (mm2)
Drop That Sack 1926 (mm2)
Willie the Weeper 1927 (Willems p. 45)
Wild Man Blues 1927 (Willems p. 44)
Melancholy 1927 (Willems p. 44)
Dead Drunk Blues 1927 (Willems p. 44)
Have You Ever Been Down? 1927 (Willems p. 44)
Lazy Man Blues 1927 (Willems p. 44)
The Flood Blues 1927 (Willems p. 44)
Chicago Breakdown 1927 (Willems p. 46)
Alligator Crawl 1927 (Willems p. 46)
Potato Head Blues 1927 (Willems p. 46)
Weary Blues 1927 (Willems p. 48)
Twelfth Street Rag 1927 (Willems p. 46)
Keyhole Blues 1927 (Willems p. 48)
S. O. L. Blues 1927 (Willems p. 49)
Gully Low Blues 1927 (Willems p. 49)
That's When I'll Come Back To You 1927 (Willems p. 49)
The Last Time 1927 (Willems p. 49)
Struttin' With Some Barbeque 1927 (Willems p. 51)
Got No Blues 1927 (Willems p. 51)
Once In A While 1927 (Willems p. 51)
I'm Not Rough 1927 (Willems p. 51)
Hotter Than That 1927 (Willems p. 52)
Savoy Blues 1927 (Willems p. 53)
A Monday Date 1928 (Willems p. 52)
Don't Jive Me 1928 (Willems p. 52)
West End Blues 1928 (Willems p. 53)
Sugar Foot Strut 1928 (Willems p. 56)
Two Deuces 1928 (Willems p. 56)
Save It Pretty Mama 1928 (Willems p. 59)
Weather Bird 1928 (Willems p. 59)
Muggles 1928 (Willems p. 59)
I Can't Give You Anything But Love 1928 (Willems p. 59)
Baby! 1928 (Willems p. 60)
I Sweathearts On Parade 1928 (Willems p. 60)
I Must Have That Man! 1928 (Willems p. 59)
I Heah Me Talkin' To Ya? 1928 (Willems p. 60)
St. James Infirmary (mm2) 1928 (Willems p. 61)
St. James Infirmary Blues 1928 (I Went Down to St. James Infirmary, by Robert W. Harwood, p. 139)
Tight Like This 1928 (Willems p. 61)
Knockin' A Jug 1929 (Willems p. 62)
Mahogany Hall Stomp 1929 (Willems p. 62)
S'Posin' 1929 (Willems p. 63)
To Be In Love (Espesh'lly With You) 1929 (Willems p. 63)
Funny Feathers 1929 (Willems p. 63)
How Do You Do It That Way? 1929 (Willems p. 63)
When You're Smiling 1929 (Willems p. 66)
After You've Gone 1929 (Willems p. 66)
I Ain't Got Nobody 1929 (Willems p. 66)
Dallas Blues 1929 (Willems p. 67)
Saint Louis Blues 1929 (Willems p. 67)
Rockin' Chair 1929 (Willems p. 67)
Ain't Misbehavin' 1929
Song Of The Islands 1930 (Willems p. 69)
What It Takes To Bring You Back 1930 (Willems p. 67)
Bessie Couldn't Help It 1930 (Willems p. 67)
Blue Turning Grey Over You 1930 (Willems p. 69)
Dear Old Southland 1930, (Willems p. 70) 1947 (Willems p. 170)
My Sweet 1930 (Willems p. 70)
I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me 1930 (Willems p. 70)
If I Could Be with You (One Hour Tonight) 1930 (Willems p. 73)
EX-FLAME 1930 (Willems p. 73)
Body and Soul 1930 (Willems p. 73)
Memories of You 1930 (Willems p. 74)
You're Lucky to Me 1930 (Willems p. 74)
Sweethearts on Parade 1930 (December) (billboard.com)
Just a Gigolo 1931 (Willems p. 76)
Shine 1931 (Willems p. 76)
Walkin' My Baby Back Home 1931 (Willems p. 76)
I Surrender Dear 1931 (Willems p. 76)
When It's Sleepy Time Down South 1931, (Willems p. 77) 1944 (Willems p. 146)
Blue Again 1931 (Willems p. 77)
Little Joe 1931 (Willems p. 77)
I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You 1931 (Willems p. 77)
Them There Eyes 1931 (Willems p. 78)
When Your Lover Has Gone 1931 (Willems p. 78)
Lazy River (Willems p. 78) 1931 (mm3)
Chinatown, My Chinatown 1931, (Willems p. 78) 1932 (Willems p. 83)
You Can Depend on Me 1931 (Willems p. 80)
Georgia On My Mind 1931 (Willems p. 80)
The Lonesome Road 1931 (Willems p. 80)
I Got Rhythm 1931 (Willems p. 80)
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea 1932 (Willems p. 81)
Kickin' the Gong Around 1932 (Willems p. 81)
All of Me 1932 (Willems p. 81)
Rhapsody in Black and Blue 1932 (Willems p. 83)
High Society 1932, (Willems p. 82) 1933 (mm4)
That's My Home 1932 (Willems p. 84)
Hobo, You Can't Ride This Train 1932 (Willems p. 84)
I Hate to Leave You Now 1932 (Willems p. 84)
You'll Wish You'd Never Been Born 1932 (Willems p. 84)
Love, You Funny Thing 1932 — charted in March (billboard.com)
I've Got the World on a String 1933 (Willems p. 86)
I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues 1933 (Willems p. 86)
Hustlin' and Bustlin' for Baby 1933 (Willems p. 86)
Sittin' in the Dark 1933 (Willems p. 86)
He's a Son of the South 1933 (Willems p. 87)
Some Sweet Day 1933 (Willems p. 87)
Basin Street Blues 1933 (Willems p. 87)
Honey, Do! 1933 (Willems p. 88)
Snow Ball 1933 (Willems p. 88)
"I'm in the Mood for Love"/"You Are My Lucky Star" 1935
Swing You Cats 1933 (Willems p. 88)
Alexander's Ragtime Band 1937
"Public Melody Number One" 1937
When the Saints Go Marching In 1938, 1946 (Willems p. 158)
No Love No Nothing 1944 (Willems p. 146)
Is My Baby Blue Tonight 1944 (Willems p. 146)
Blues in the Night 1944 (Willems p. 146)
Keep on Jumpin' 1944 (Willems p. 146)
Harlem on Parade 1944 (Willems p. 146)
(Unknown titles) 1944-06-07 (Willems p. 146)
King Porter Stomp 1944 (Willems p. 146)
It's Love, Love, Love 1944 (Willems p. 146)
Whatcha Say 1944 (Willems p. 147)
Groovin' 1944 (Willems p. 147)
Baby Don't You Cry 1944 (Willems p. 147)
Louise 1944 (Willems p. 147)
Goin' My Way? 1944 (Willems p. 147)
Sweet and Lovely 1944 (Willems p. 147)
Is You or Is You Ain't My Baby 1944 (Willems p. 147)
Perdido 1944 (Willems p. 148)
Me and Brother Bill 1944 (Willems p. 148)
Swingin' on a Star 1944 (Willems p. 148)
Confessin' 1944 (Willems p. 148)
It Had to be You 1944 (Willems p. 148)
Solid Sam 1944 (Willems p. 148)
Dance with the Dolly 1944 (Willems p. 149)
I'll Walk Alone 1944 (Willems p. 149)
Jack-Armstrong Blues 1944 (Willems p. 149)
Confessin' that I Love You 1944 (Willems p. 149)
I Wonder 1945
Raymond Street Blues 1946 (Willems p. 158)
Flee as a Bird 1946 (Willems p. 158)
Shimme-Sha-Wabble 1946 (Willems p. 158)
Ballin' the Jack 1946 (Willems p. 158)
Brahms' Lullaby 1946 (Willems p. 158)
The Blues Are Brewin' 1946 (Willems p. 158)
Endie 1946 (Willems p. 159)
Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? 1946 (Willems p. 159)
Where the Blues Were Born in New Orleans 1946 (Willems p. 159)
You Won't Be Satisfied 1946 and (Willems p. 163) 1947
Stompin' at the Savoy 1947 (Willems p. 163)
If I Loved You 1947 (Willems p. 163)
Mop Mop 1947 (Willems p. 163)
Back O'Town Blues 1947 (Willems p. 163)
Roll 'Em 1947 (Willems p. 163)
I Wonder, I Wonder, I Wonder 1947 (Willems p. 164)
I Believe 1947 (Willems p. 164)
Why Douby My Love? 1947 (Willems p. 164)
It Takes Time 1947 (Willems p. 164)
You Don't Learn That in School 1947 (Willems p. 164)
Reminiscin' with Louis 1947 (Willems p. 165)
Way Down Yonder in New Orleans and Intro 1947 (Willems p. 165)
2:19 Blues 1947 (Willems p. 165)
'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans 1947 (Willems p. 167)
Pennies from Heaven 1947 (Willems p. 166)
Royal Garden Blues 1947 (Willems p. 168)
Panama 1947 (Willems p. 168)
Someday You'll Be Sorry 1947 (Willems p. 170)
Tiger Rag 1947 (Willems p. 170)
Before Long 1947 (Willems p. 172)
Lovely Weather We're Having 1947 (Willems p. 172)
Black and Blue 1947 (Willems p. 172)
Lover 1947 (Willems p. 173)
On the Sunny Side of the Street 1947 (Willems p. 175)
Baby Won't You Please Come Home 1947 (Willems p. 175)
That's My Desire 1947 (Willems p. 175)
C-Jam Blues 1947 (Willems p. 175)
How High the Moon 1947 (Willems p. 175)
Boff Boff 1947 (Willems p. 175)
Blues from the Sky 1948 (Willems p. 177)
The Flat Footed Foogie 1948 (Willems p. 177)
I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly 1948 (Willems p. 177)
Roll 1948 (Willems p. 177)
Blue Skies 1948 (Willems p. 177)
Velma's Blues 1948 (Willems p. 179)
I Cried Last Night 1948 (Willems p. 179)
Steak Face 1948 (Willems p. 179)
Boogie Woogie on St. Louis Blues 1948 (Willems p. 179)
Stars Fell on Alabama 1948 (Willems p. 180)
Buzz Me Baby 1948 (Willems p. 180)
Tea for Two 1948 (Willems p. 180)
Someone to Watch over Me 1948 (Willems p. 180)
Honeysuckle Rose 1948 (Willems p. 180)
The One I Love Belongs to Someone Else 1948 (Willems p. 182)
Together 1948 (Willems p. 182)
Don't Fence Me In 1948 (Willems p. 182)
That's A Plenty 1948 (Willems p. 182)
East of the Sun 1948 (Willems p. 182)
Tin Roof Blues 1948 (Willems p. 183)
Little White Lies 1948 (Willems p. 183)
"Shadrack"/"When the saints go marching in" 1948 (Willems p. 183)
Maybe You'll Be There 1948 (Willems p. 183)
"When We Are Dancing" 1951
April in Paris 1956 (mm7)
Autumn in New York 1957 (mm7)
Oh Lawd, I'm On My Way 1957 (mm7)
"Hello, Dolly!" 1964
"What a Wonderful World" 1967
Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah 1968
Back Home Again in Indiana 1951 (mm6)
Big Butter and Egg Man 1926 (mm2)
Blueberry Hill 1947 (mm6)
C'est si bon 1950 (mm6)
Can't We Be Friends 1956 (mm7)
Cheek to Cheek 1956 (mm7)
Cold, Cold Heart 1951 (mm6)
Cool Yule 1953 (mm6)
Dream a Little Dream of Me 1950 (mm6)
El Choclo 1952
Frankie and Johnny 1959 (mm7)
Get Together 1970 (mm8)
Gone Fishin' 1951 (mm6)
The Gypsy in My Soul 1957 (Ella Fitzgerald: An Annotated Discography, by J. Wilfred Johnson, p. 67)
Hey Lawdy Mama 1941 (mm4)
High Society Calypso 1956 (mm6)
I Get Ideas 1951 (mm6)
It's Been a Long, Long Time 1964 (mm8)
Jeepers Creepers 1938 (mm4)
A Kiss to Build a Dream On 1951 (mm6)
Let's Call the Whole Thing Off 1957 (mm7)
Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love 1957 (mm7)
Mack the Knife 1955 (mm6)
Moon River 1964 (mm8)
Moonlight in Vermont 1956 (mm7)
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen 1938 (mm4)
Now You Has Jazz 1956 (mm6)
On a Little Bamboo Bridge 1937 (mm4)
On My Way 1958 (Louis Armstrong: The Life, Music, and Screen Career, by Scott Allen Nollen, p. 142)
Red Sails in the Sunset 1935 (mm4)
Skokiaan 1954 (mm6)
Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child 1958 (mm7)
If We Never Meet Again 1930
Standing on the Corner (Blue Yodel No. 9) 1930 Jimmie Rodgers & Louis Armstrong: Blue Yodel #9 (Jazz.com)
Stardust 1931 (mm3)
Takes Two to Tango 1952 (mm3)
That Lucky Old Sun 1949 (mm6)
They All Laughed 1957 (mm7)
Uncle Satchmo's Lullaby 1959 (mm7)
La Vie en rose 1950 (What a Wonderful World: The Magic of Louis Armstrong's Later Years, by Ricky Riccardi, p. 51)
We Have All the Time in the World 1969 (mm8)
Willow Weep for Me 1957 (mm7)
Winter Wonderland 1952 (mm6)