"Basin Street Blues" (Spencer Williams song) Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

Basin St Blues was named after the famous New Orleans French Quarter avenue.

Mancy Cara on banjo

Jimmy Strong on clarinet

Fred Robinson on trombone

Earl Hines on piano and with his celesta

Zutty Singleton on drums.

Louis Armstrong on cornet and scat vocals.

Recorded for Okeh on December 4, 1928, in Chicago.

Listen to the celesta on this recording.

1956

Jazz / Blues / Swing

Don Cherry (2)
Ghost Town / Band Of Gold

Sammy Davis Jr.
Sammy Davis / Count Basie

Anita O'Day
Waiter, Make Mine Blues

Billie Holiday
Lady Sings The Blues ビリー・ホリデイ物語〈奇妙な果実〉+3

Ella Fitzgerald
Pete Kelly's Blues

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
Texas Playboy Rag / Silver Dew On The Blue Grass Tonight

Harry Connick, Jr.
Blue Light, Red Light (Someone's There)

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
Don't Let The Deal Go Down / Drunkard Blues

Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five
You Broke Your Promise / Safe, Sane and Single

Squirrel Nut Zippers
Bedlam Ballroom

Victor Feldman
Plays Everything In Sight

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
Osage Stomp / Get With It