LOUIS WISHES YOU A COOL YULE’ SET FOR RELEASE OCTOBER 28th
yuletide fare, he never released a Christmas album during his lifetime. Now, for the very first time, Louis Wishes You A Cool
Yule – out October 28 via Verve Records/ UMe, presents
Armstrong’s holiday recordings as a cohesive body of work,
marking his first-ever official Christmas album.
trumpet tone still able to cut through the din of even the most bustling shopping mall. Available for pre-order today, Louis Wishes You A Cool Yule features nearly the entirety of Armstrong’s holiday output: six Decca singles from the ‘50s, including “Cool Yule,” “Christmas Night in Harlem,” and the swinging.
today, hand-drawn by director and animator JonJon in his distinctive “line and shape” style.
a Wonderful World,” which has become something of a yearlong
hymn of hope and celebrates its 65th anniversary this year, plus a
very special gift to fans: a previously unreleased reading of Samuel Clement Moore’s poem
popularly known as “The Night Before Christmas.” Paired with
a groovy, newly-recorded musical underbed by New Orleans pianist Sullivan Fortner, the poignant recording marks the first new Louis Armstrong track in more than 20
years and is notable for being the last
recording he ever made.
Louis Wishes You A Cool Yule will be available in a variety of formats, including on red vinyl, a limited edition vinyl picture disc (releasing November 4th), CD, and digital.
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