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Mack The Knife - Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars - Mack The Knife (Vinyl)

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  1. louis armstrong and his all-stars / turk murphy's a theme from the threepenny opera (mack the knife) / a theme from the threepenny opera (moritat) Columbia - none.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mack The Knife on Discogs. Label: Philips - BF • Format: Vinyl 7 Louis Armstrong u. s/5(7).
  3. Louis Armstrong – Mack the Knife. 3 Comments; 0 Tags; Dig, man, there goes Mack The Knife Oh, the shark has pretty teeth, dear And it shows them pearly white Just a jackknife has MacHeath, dear And he keeps it out of sight When the shark bites with his teeth, dear .
  4. “The Threepenny Opera”—and it was Louis Armstrong, the most important figure in the history of jazz, who introduced them to it. On September 28, , Armstrong and His All Stars recorded “Mack the Knife,” Marc Blitzstein’s English-language version of “Die Moritat.
  5. Mack the Knife" was introduced to the United States hit parade by Louis Armstrong in , but the song is most closely associated with Bobby Darin, who recorded his version at Fulton Studios on West 40th Street, New York City, on December 19, (with Tom Dowd engineering the recording).
  6. Armstrong,Louis (Artist) Format: Audio Cassette. out of 5 stars 7 ratings. See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music: Mack The Knife (Performed Live On The Ed Sullivan Show /) "Please retry" Price New from All Starsのメンバーも好調で、サッチモと彼らの音楽を 4/5(7).
  7. Mack the Knife / The Faithful Husar, a Single by Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars. Released in on CBS (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Vocal Jazz.
  8. Oct 28,  · The popular song Mack the Knife was based upon the story of an eighteenth-century highwayman named Captain Macheath. This post traces the literary life of this fictional character. Most people, at some point in their lives, will have heard the song Mack the Knife, which has been covered by a wide range of singers including Louis Armstrong (–71), my personal favourite, Bobby Darin .

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