- Performer:Louis Armstrong
- Title:After You've Gone [Membran]
- Style:Jazz Instrument,Trumpet Jazz
- Date of release:October 3, 2005
- Size FLAC version1994 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1427 megabytes
- Size WMA version1904 megabytes
- Formats:TTA MP1 VOC MIDI AIFF VQF
After You've Gone" is a 1918 popular song composed by Turner Layton with lyrics by Henry Creamer. It was recorded by Marion Harris on July 22, 1918, and released by Victor Records. The chorus adheres to a standard ABAC pattern but is only 20 measures long. There are four 4-bar phrases, followed by a 4 measure tag. The song is harmonically active, with chord changes almost every measure.
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra - St. Louis Blues, After You've Gone Album Lyrics. 1. St. Louis Blues Lyrics. Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Louis Armstrong - After You've Gone (1929). Henry Creamer, J. Turner Layton 1918) Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra. November 26, 1929, New York. Dickerson, Carroll (Conductor, Violin). Armstrong, Louis (Trumpet, Vocal). Hobson, Homer (Trumpet). Robinson, Fred (Trombone) 4 years назад.
When You're Smiling 14. After You've Gone 15. I Ain't Got Nobody 16. Dallas Blues 17. Louis Blues 18. Rockin' Chair 19. Song Of The Islands 20. Bessie Couldn't Help I. It Takes Time 18. You Don't Learn That In School 19. Jack Armstrong Blues 20. Rockin' Chair. CD 10. Some Day (You'll Be Sorry) 2. Fifty-Fifty Blues 3. A Song Was Born 4. Please Stop Playing Those Blues 5. Before Long 6. Lovely Weather We're Having 7. Maybe It's Because 8. I'll Keep The Lovelight Burning (In My Heart) 9. La Vie En Rose 10. C'est Si Bon 11. That Lucky Old Sun 12. Blueberry Hill 13.
Louis Armstrong - After you& gone (1929).
Lyrics for After You've Gone by Danny Kaye feat.
Album: Louis Armstrong, Original Release Date: 1999. Song Duration: 3 min 25 sec. Top Louis Armstrong LyricsWhat A Wonderful World Faith Be My Lifes Companion I Wonder A Big Butter And Egg Man Christmas In New Orleans Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans Saint Louis Blues It's Been A Long Long Time We Have All The Time In The World. Blindside about a burning fire After you're gone I could not lie Skin untouched growing thicker for every step unwalked And I don't know if it's the cold intention-slide Taking me down. But what if You'd sing me alive I'm ready to give up the fight Cause I'm just a stone Right after You're gone. I could not lie Even though dead skin like stone makes me ugly It still pounds inside and it's red And it's slipping through the grey cracks And I know You know.
CreditsLouis Armstrong - Primary Artist
|1||Cornet Chop Suey (Disc 01)||Louis Armstrong|
|2||Jazz Lips||Louis Armstrong|
|4||Wild Man Blues||Louis Armstrong|
|5||Alligator Crawl||Louis Armstrong|
|6||Twelfth Street Rag||Louis Armstrong|
|7||Struttin' with Some Barbecue||Louis Armstrong|
|8||West End Blues||Louis Armstrong|
|9||Basin Street Blues||Louis Armstrong|
|10||Beau Koo Jack||Louis Armstrong|
|12||Tight Like This||Louis Armstrong|
|13||I Can't Give You Anything But Love||Louis Armstrong|
|14||Maogany Hall Stomp||Louis Armstrong|
|15||Ain't Misbehavin'||Louis Armstrong|
|16||After You/Ve Gone||Louis Armstrong|
|17||St. Louis Blues||Louis Armstrong|
|18||Rocking Chair||Louis Armstrong|
|19||Tiger Rag||Louis Armstrong|
|20||Body and Soul||Louis Armstrong|
|21||Shine (Disc 02)||Louis Armstrong|
|22||Them There Eyes||Louis Armstrong|
|23||Georgia on My Hand||Louis Armstrong|
|24||Keepin' out of Mischief Now||Louis Armstrong|
|25||High Society||Louis Armstrong|
|26||Basin Street Blues||Louis Armstrong|
|27||Misissipi Basin||Louis Armstrong|
|28||Sweet Sue, Just You||Louis Armstrong|
|29||Shoe Shine Boy||Louis Armstrong|
|31||Alexander's Rag Tima Band||Louis Armstrong|
|32||On the Sunny Side of the Street||Louis Armstrong|
|33||Satchel Mouth Swing||Louis Armstrong|
|35||Savoy Blues||Louis Armstrong|
|36||Wolverine Blues||Louis Armstrong|
|37||When It's Sleepy Time Down South||Louis Armstrong|
|38||You Rascal You||Louis Armstrong|
|39||Do You Know What It Means to Miss Orleans||Louis Armstrong|
|40||Where the Blues Is Born in New Orleans||Louis Armstrong|