Who Sang Royal Garden Blues? Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong 1 heure avec Louis Armstrong cover art

Some other versions of "Royal Garden Blues"
Credits
publisher: ©SHAPIRO BERNSTEIN & CO. INC.
writers: Clarence Williams, Spencer Williams, Ted Lewis
release date: 1986
length: 4:53
No use of talkin' no use of talkin'
You'll start in dog-walkin' no matter where.
There's jazz-copation blues modulation,
Just like a Haitian you'll rip and tear.
Most everybody likes the blues

Here's why I'm ravin', here's why I'm ravin'
If it's blues you are cravin' just come on down.
You'll hear 'em playin', you'll hear 'em playin'
Soon you'll be sayin', "Hon jazz me 'round"
Because your feet they can't refuse.

What's that familiar strain that true blue note refrain
It's drivin' me insane,
Can't keep still, tho' it's against my will;
I'm on my P's and Q's I just can't refuse.

There goes that melody, it sounds so good to me,
And I am up a tree,
It's a shame, you don't know the name;
It's a brand new blues,
The Royal Garden Blues.

Everybody grab somebody And start jazzing 'round

Hon don't you hear that trombone moan?
Just listen to that saxophone.
Gee, hear that clarinet and flute,
Cornet jazzin' with a mute,
Makes me just throw myself away,
When I hear 'em play.

That weepin' melancholy strain,
Say, but it's soothing to the brain;
Just wanna get right up and dance,
Don't care I'll take most any chance;
No other blues I'd care to choose,
But Royal Garden Blues.



Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Mack the knife - A theme from the Threepenny Opera
  • 2 Aint't misbehavin'
  • 3 West end blues
  • 4 Royal garden blues
  • 5 Basin street blues
  • 6 Muskrat ramble
  • 7 Black and blue
  • 8 St Louis blues
  • 9 Cabaret - From the musical production Cabaret
  • 10 Blueberry Hill
  • 11 Twelfth street rag
  • 12 On the sunny side of the street
  • 13 Tiger rag

  • Album Information
    label: CBS
    country(area): Netherlands
    format: CD
    barcode: 5099705710920
    script: Latin