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    Louis Armstrong - St. James Infirmary Blues

    Louis Armstrong plays and sings the St. James Infirmary Blues. The composer is unknown.

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    Re: St. James Infirmary Blues

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    Re: Louis Armstrong - St. James Infirmary Blues

    Hugh Laurie does a hell of good version


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    Re: St. James Infirmary Blues

    very nice!

    i like the one from red garland a lot...

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    Re: St. James Infirmary Blues

    I have the 45 rpm vinyl version. It's the best sounding record I own - amazing!
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    St. James Infirmary Blues

    During my quest to find current speakers I used St. James Infirmary as the gold standard recording which I played on all speakers. Great song!


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    Re: Louis Armstrong - St. James Infirmary Blues

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpinist View Post
    Louis Armstrong plays and sings the St. James Infirmary Blues. The composer is unknown.

    This has been in my regular rotation for the last couple of months. I can't get enough of it.
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    Re: St. James Infirmary Blues

    Quote Originally Posted by W9TR View Post
    I have the 45 rpm vinyl version. It's the best sounding record I own - amazing!
    I have a DSD rip of the track from the 45 courtesy of Wisnon, aka Norman. Just don’t tell anyone.

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