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 Bing Crosby - Bing & Satchmo   

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Release Date:06/14/2011;Notes:Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing of this 1960 collaboration between the music greats, proposed and financed by Bing Crosby himself. Crosby wanted everything to be perfect, and looked for a well balanced and cohesive album instead of a collection of separate songs with roughly arranged duets. The talented Billy May was called in to do the arrangements, and Johnny Mercer acted as a kind of producer, adding supplementary lyrics to nearly all of the songs and even singing a single uncredited line on 'Lazy River'. Mercer's new lyrics gave unity to the album as a whole, creating the impression of a whole stage show rather than a compilation of individual performances. The album marked Louis Armstrong's only collaboration ever with Billy May.;Track List:1. Muskrat Ramble (Kid Ory-Ray Gilbert) 3:04;2. Sugar (Pinkard-Alexander-Mitchell-Bergman) 5:13;3. The Preacher (Horace Silver) 2:21;4. Dardanella (Fisher-Bernard-Black) 2:50;5. Let's Sing Like a Dixieland Band (Alan Bergman) 2:22;6. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans (Creamer-Layton) 3:09;7. Brother Bill (Louis Armstrong) 3:01;8. Little Ol' Tune (Johnny Mercer) 3:07;9. At the Jazz Band Ball (Edwards-Larocca-Mercer-Ragas-Sbarbaro-Shields) 3:03;10. Rocky Mountain Moon (Johnny Mercer) 3:43;11. Lazy River (Carmichael-Arodin) 3:49;12. Bye Bye Blues (Hamm-Bennett-Lown-Gray) 3:14;13. Now You Has Jazz (Cole Porter) 4:13*;Special Attributes:BONUS TRACK, 180 GRAM VINYL

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