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Im Just A Lucky So And So - Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington - The Beautiful Americans (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Listen to Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington on Jango Radio. Jango is personalized internet radio that helps you find new music based on what you already like. Unlimited listening, no .
  2. Feb 01,  · Biography picture books are so much fun to read and Just a Lucky So and So does not disappoint. Louis Armstrong began life in what many would consider to be a rough start: living in poverty, working hard manual labor to help earn money for his family, and having a number of run-ins with the law causing him to be sent away to a home for boys/5(36).
  3. I'm Just A Lucky So And So Lyrics: As I walk down the street / Seems everyone I meet / Gives me a friendly hello / I guess I'm just a lucky so and so / The birds in every tree / Are all so.
  4. Duke Ellington (Edward Kennedy Ellington, April 29, - May 24, ) was an American jazz composer, pianist and bandleader, one of the most influential figures in jazz, if not in all American music. Duke Ellington composed over 30 read more.
  5. Sings The Duke Ellington Songbook. ISRC: USPR Artist(s): Ella Fitzgerald. Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Duke Ellington Song Book. 1. Rockin' In Rhythm. 2. Drop Me Off In Harlem. 3. I'm Just A Lucky So And So. Airmail Special - Live At The Newport Jazz Festival/ A-Tisket, A-Tasket. Baby Don't You Go Away Mad. Angel.
  6. Jul 23,  · The Duke Ellington Orchestra) Louis Armstrong Jazz · Preview SONG TIME We Have All the Time in the World (feat. The Duke Ellington Orchestra) 1. I'm Just a Lucky So and So (feat. The Duke Ellington Orchestra) 9.
  7. Nov 13,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington - Recording Together For The First Time at Discogs. Complete your Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington collection/5().
  8. Armstrong's connection to the "Just a Lucky So and So" referenced in the title, a song written by Duke Ellington and David Mack, which Armstrong and Ellington performed on a famous recording, is fleshed out in the author's note but doesn't receive much elaboration in the theisernaconsligmalodoriffretpyona.xyzinfos: 7.

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