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Mega Link:https://mega.co.nz/#F!gYJQwaZR!N57oEE_DyYFSbLrMfxrfdw

I saw this was posted back in '09 but all the links have since been taken down so I figured I should put it up again


Text File:Louis Armstrong
UNC, Chapel Hill, 1954


I don't know too much about the source of the show, the setlist, or
many other details. If you have them, please let me know.

I got the show on DAT many years ago in a trade.


Transfer:

DAT -> ADB Multi!Wav Pro -> Cool Edit 2000 (resample 48->44.1) ->

SHN via CD-WAV (No EAC.)


David

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everything below by britton ([email protected]).
i tried to fill in some gaps left by david but as you can see there is still some work to do yet.
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Disc 01:

01. Band lntro
02. When It's Sleepy Time Down South
03. Back Home Again in Indiana
04. A Kiss to Build a Dream On
05. The Bucket's Got a Hole In It
06. Bluebeny Hill
07. Tin Roof Blues
08. Stuttin' with Some Barbecue
09. It's Awonderful
10. All The Things You Are (Billy Kyle Piano)
11. The Man I Love
12. Margie (Trummy Young Trombone)
13. Big Mama's Back in Town Love That Man (Velma Middleton Vcl)


Disc 02:

01. Baby if s Cold Outside (Louis and Velma Vcl)
02. Stompin' at the Savoy (Set 2 Into/Announcements)
03. New Orleans' Funeral (Flee as a Bird and Oh Didn't He Ramble)
04. Cie Si Bon (Its So Good)
05. Up the Lazy River
06. Shadrack, Meshack, Abendigo
07. When the Saints Go Marching In
08. When the Saints Go Marching In (Pt. 2)
09. High Society
10. Pennies From Heaven (Billy Kyle Piano Solo II)
11. Dumb, Dumb, Dumby
12. Post Show Interview with L.A.
13. Strurtin' With Some Barbecue


Louis Armstrong:Trumpet, Vocals.
Kenny Johns: Drums.
Billy Kyle: Piano.
Arvel Shaw: Bass.
Trummy Young: Trombone.
Barny Bigard: Clarinet
Thelma Middleton: Vocals.


for all i can tell d1t8 is the same as d2t13...
this is just the way i got it so i thought i'd leave it
as not to confuse the md5.
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OK. Now... enjoy!
 

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