Louis Armstrong All-Stars

The All-Stars were a short-lived English blues combo active in the early-mid 1960s that later evolved into a studio supergroup. Originally known as the Cyril Davies (R&B) All-Stars, their later recordings are often credited to the Immediate All-Stars due to their strong ties to Immediate Records. In 1999, the group reformed as the Carlo Little All-Stars.

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1947 - 1968

Roles Represented in DAHR: Musical group

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Recordings (Results 1-25 of 131 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Victor D7VB-0952 10-in. 6/10/1947 Jack Armstrong blues Louis Armstrong ; Louis Armstrong All-Stars Male vocal duet, with jazz/dance ensemble Musical group  
Victor D7VB-0953 10-in. 6/10/1947 Rockin' chair Louis Armstrong ; Louis Armstrong All-Stars Male vocal duet, with jazz/dance ensemble Musical group  
Decca 76194 4/27/1950 My bucket's got a hole in it Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76337 4/26/1950 Panama, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76338 4/26/1950 Panama, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76339 4/26/1950 New Orleans function Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76340 4/26/1950 New Orleans function Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76341 4/26/1950 12th Street rag, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76342 4/26/1950 12th Street rag, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76343 4/26/1950 That's for me, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76344 4/26/1950 That's for me, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76345 4/26/1950 Bugle call rag/Ole miss, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76346 4/26/1950 Bugle call rag/Ole miss, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76347 4/26/1950 Bugle call rag/Ole miss, part 3 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76348 4/27/1950 I surrender dear, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76349 4/27/1950 Fine and dandy Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76350 4/27/1950 Russian lullaby, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76351 4/27/1950 Russian lullaby, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76352 4/27/1950 Baby won't you please come home Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 76353 4/27/1950 Fine and dandy Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 80352 1/15/1951 Muskrat ramble, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 80353 1/15/1951 Muskrat ramble, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 80354 1/15/1951 (What did I do to be so) Black and blue, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 80355 1/15/1951 (What did I do to be so) Black and blue, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
Decca 80356 1/15/1951 Royal garden blues, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars Musical group  
(Results 1-25 of 131 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Louis Armstrong All-Stars," accessed May 16, 2022, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/109217.

Louis Armstrong All-Stars. (2022). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved May 16, 2022, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/109217.

"Louis Armstrong All-Stars." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2022. Web. 16 May 2022.

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URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/109217

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