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Fascinatin' Rhythm

Set #1

Artist Song Album
Guido Basso C Fascinating Rhythm Jazz Canadiana
Louis Armstrong with Velma Middleton Loveless Love (1954) Plays W.C. Handy
Benny Carter August Moon Aspects
Julie London Time For August Calendar Girl
Louis Armstrong & His Hot 5 The Last Time Savoy Blues (1927-28)
Arturo Sandoval When It's Sleepy Time Down South Trumpet Evolution
Tony Bennett with K.D. Lang A Kiss To Build A Dream On T.B. Celebrates 90

Set #2

Artist Song Album
Tony Bennett The Best Is Yet To Come Celebrates 90
Pat Metheny & Charlie Haden Two For The Road Beyond The Missouri Sky (short stories)
Abbey Lincoln Brother, Where Are You? Women Of Jazz
Quartet West feat. Charlie Haden Sunset Afternoon Always Say Goodbye
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong Let's Call The Whole Thing Off (1956) Fascinating Gershwin or Ella & Louis Again
Wynton & Ellis Marsalis Qt,. Big Butter and Egg Man The Resolution of Romance

Set #3

Artist Song Album
Buddy Emmons & Lenny Breau C Killer Joe Minors Aloud
Fifth Element, feat. Nina richmond C Look of Love Fifth Element
Leo Sidran, feat. Antonio Serrano Georgette The Art of Conversation
Scott Robinson When You Leave Me Alone To Pine (Hardin) Jazz Ambassador-The Compositions of L. Armstrong
Dave Brubeck Trio/L.Armstrong/Carmen McRae I Didn't Know Until You Told Me The Real Ambassadors (1962)
D. Brubeck Trio/L.Armstrong/Lambert Hendricks & Ross The Real Ambassadors The Real Ambassadors

Set #4

Artist Song Album
Louis Armstrong/Duke Ellington Quintet The Beautiful American (1961) Echoes Of An Era
Louis Armstrong Orchestra I'm In The Mood For Love Back In New York (1935)
The Sackville All Stars, feat. Jim Galloway/Ralph Sutton C On The Sunny Side Of The Street Tribute To L. Armstrong
Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong Gone Fishin' (1951) Bing's Buddies & Beaus
Frank Sinatra & Louis Armstrong Birth Of The Blues (195?) Classic Duets
Dick Hyman with Ruby Braff & The N.Y. Jazz Repertory Company Someday Satchmo Remembered-The Music of L. Armstrong at Carnegie Hall (1974)