Song credits - additional film music - songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list, but are playing in the movie.
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1. (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue? – Louis Armstrong
[0:01′] An old video of Louis Armstrong performing live.
2. I’ll be Glad When You’re Gone – Louis Armstrong
[0:05′] Louis Armstrong films his music video in 1932.
3. Azalea – Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
[0:06′] Steve Allen is talking about Louis’ tapes.
4. Mack the Knife – Louis Armstrong
[0:09′] Louis is singing at a bar in his neighborhood.
5. Russian Lullaby – Louis Armstrong
[0:13′] Louis is talking about his opening night and all the black people that attended.
6. Pale Moon – Louis Armstrong
[0:14′] Louis is singing at his opening night.
7. Coal Cart Blues – Louis Armstrong
[0:17′] Humphrey Lyttleton is talking about what the center of entertainment in New Orleans was back then.
8. Potato Head Blues – Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven
[0:21′] Louis is talking about how he practiced every day with Mr. Davis’ help.
9. Star Spangled Banner – Jimi Hendrix
[0:24′] Jimi Hendrix is performing live at Woodstock.
10. Snake Rag – King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band
[0:25′] More than 200 musicians find themselves unemployed after the closing of Storyville.
11. Hotter Than That – Louis Armstrong
[0:29′] Lil Hardin is talking about the impact Louis had on people with his shows.
12. Gut Bucket Blues – Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
[0:30′] Louis is talking about how he and his band made up their tunes.
13. Heebie Jeebies – Louis Armstrong
[0:31′] Wynton Marsalis is talking about how sophisticated the melodies Louis creates are.
14. Dinah – Louis Armstrong
[0:32′] Louis and his band are performing live.
15. West End Blues – Louis Armstrong
[0:32′] Leonard Feather remembers how he met Louis.
16. Tiger Rag – Louis Armstrong
[0:35′] Louis is announcing his upcoming performed song.
17. I Cover The Waterfront – Louis Armstrong
[0:36′] Louis and his band are performing their newest songs.
18. Star Dust – Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
[0:39′] Louis is giving an interview talking about Joe Glaser.
19. Struttin’ With Some Barbecue – Louis Armstrong
[0:41′] Trummy Young is talking about how Louis started to get popular.
20. I’m a Din Dong Daddy – Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven
[0:42′] Louis is talking about the Swiss Kriss commercial.
21. I Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None O’ My Jelly Roll – Louis Armstrong
[0:45′] Louis and his crew are recording a new song.
22. Rockin’ Chair – Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
[0:49′] Louis and Jack Teagarden are performing together.
23. Glory Alley – Louis Armstrong
[0:56′] Louis is telling the reporter about the gossip situation with Harry James.
24. Basin Street Blues – Louis Armstrong
[0:57′] Louis is recording The Glenn Miller Story in 1954.
25. I’m Confessin’ (That I Love You) – Louis Armstrong
[0:59′] Louis is singing a song dedicated to his wife.
26. Blueberry Hill – Louis Armstrong
[1:04′] Louis’ wife is talking about when they moved into their new house.
27. Jeepers Creepers – Louis Armstrong
[1:06′] Louis and his friend are performing live together.
[1:17′] An old video of Louis singing in the movie Going Places.
28. St. Louis Blues – Louis Armstrong
[1:09′] Louis writes a letter to his wife to tell her about his trip to Africa.
29. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child – Louis Armstrong
[1:21′] Louis is playing a song on his trumpet.
30. They Say I Look Like God – Dave Brubeck & Louis Armstrong and His Band
[1:28′] Louis is preparing for a Broadway musical.
31. The Real Ambassador – Dave Brubeck & Louis Armstrong and His Band
[1:29′] Louis is talking about how people started perceiving him as the ambassador.
32. What A Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
[1:34′] Louis is talking about how much he loved the block he and Lucille lived in.
33. April In Paris – Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
[1:38′] Old photos of Louis through the years are shown.
34. Boy From New Orleans – Louis Armstrong
[1:41′] End credits song.
35. You Rascal You – Louis Armstrong
36. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans – Louis Armstrong
37. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South – Louis Armstrong
38. Ida Sweet As Apple Cider – Louis Armstrong
39. Down By The Riverside – Bunk Johnson
40. Louis Armstrong On Playing With Joe Oliver – Louis Armstrong
41. First Recording Date – Lil Harden
42. Courtship – Lil Harden
43. Hot Five – Lil Harden
44. Wild Man Blues – Louis Armstrong
45. Now High The Moon – Louis Armstrong
46. How Jazz Was Born – Louis Armstrong
47. Hello Dolly – Louis Armstrong
48. Sly Moonguse, All For You Louis – Louis Armstrong
49. King Of The Zulus – Louis Armstrong
50. How You Has Jazz – Louis Armstrong
51. Georgia On My Mind – Louis Armstrong
52. Bourbon Street Parade – Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score.
Original music composed by Terence Blanchard
(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue? – Louis Armstrong
Streaming on: Apple TV+
Category: Apple TV, Biography Movie Soundtracks, Documentary Movie Soundtracks
IMDB: Louis Armstrong's Black & BluesLouis Armstrong’s Black & Blues Film information
Movie Genre: Biography, Documentary
Release date (wide): 28 October 2022
Runtime: 1h 46m
Production: Apple Original Films, Imagine Documentaries
Distributor: Apple TV+
Director: Sacha Jenkins
Stars: Louis Armstrong (archive footage), Steve Allen (voice), Ernie Anderson (voice)
View more music by: Terence Blanchard
Hi I’m a 64 year old woman. I am a Louisiana native. I’ve always loved Louis Armstrong‘s music and singing. After watching this second recent documentary on him, I feel I understand him so much better now. Unfortunately, Time had to pass and my knowledge had to grow. I now know he was an architect of all the music in this life, I love.
Please tell me that last song. It was the song that played doing the last part of the credits. Hearing that song I could hear my culture. I heard Jazz, I heard blues, I even heard of Cajun fiddle playing oh so softly. I would love to buy it!
unfortunately, we are unable to identify the song you are looking for.