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When The Saints Go Marching In
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A memorable version of the Saints from 1962
While “When The Saints Go Marching In” was originally a traditional gospel song, Louis Armstrong’s 1938 recording made it into a Dixieland jazz standard.
This version, from Apr. 2, 1962, was filmed as part of a series of half-hour jazz programs sponsored by the Goodyear Tire Company.
With fine solos from trombonist Trummy Young and clarinetist Joe Darensbourg, some outstanding playing by Satch, and wordless high-note singing from Jewel Brown, Louis Armstrong and his All-Stars perform a version of the Saints just as they did in concerts during the era.
Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals
Trummy Young, trombone
Joe Darensbourg, clarinet
Billy Kyle, piano
Bill Cronk, bass
Danny Barcelona, drums
Jewel Brown, vocals
- Scott Yanow
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