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Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll

Louis Armstrong

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1.1
Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll
Louis Armstrong
3:59
1.2
Frankie & Johnny
Louis Armstrong
4:02
1.3
Drop That Sack
Louis Armstrong
2:50
1.4
Jelly Roll Blues
Louis Armstrong
2:48
1.5
Old Kentucky Home
Louis Armstrong
4:33
1.6
Chimes Blues
Louis Armstrong
3:22
1.7
St. James Infirmary
Louis Armstrong
4:57
1.8
I Want a Big Butter & Egg Man
Louis Armstrong
3:44
1.9
I Ain't Got Nobody
Louis Armstrong
3:58
1.10
Panama
Louis Armstrong
4:05
1.11
Dr. Jazz
Louis Armstrong
2:37
1.12
Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight
Louis Armstrong
3:34
Total Playing Time    44:29
Jazz pioneer Louis Armstrong presents Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll, an exciting journey to the early standards of American jazz. Audio Fidelity presents this legacy recording in stunning modern clarity with its remastering and digital transfer process.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Audio Fidelity Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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