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Other Works

  • TV commercial: Electricity Council (song used: "When You're Smiling")
  • TV commercial: Estee Lauder (song used: "What a Wonderful World")
  • TV commercial: Ford Escort cars (song used: "Jeepers Creepers")
  • TV commercial: Guinness beer (song used: "We Have all the Time in the World")
  • TV commercial: Imperial Cancer Reaserach Fund (song used: "What a Wonderful World")
  • TV commercial: Levi 501 jeans (song used: "What a Wonderful World")
  • TV commercial: Microsoft computers (song used: "What a Wonderful World")
  • TV commercial: Plan International UK (song used: "What a Wonderful World")
  • TV commercial: Sainsbury's supermarket (song used: "I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket")
  • TV commercial: Sure Sensitive deodorant (song used: "Jeepers Creepers")
  • TV commercial: Comic Relief Red Noses (song used: "What a Wonderful World")
  • CD Box Set (4 discs): "Louis Armstrong: The Complete RCA Victor Recordings" (RCA)
  • CD: "Greatest Hits Series" (RCA)
  • CD: "More Greatest Hits" (RCA)
  • CD: "Platinum & Gold Collection" (RCA)
  • CD: "All Time Greats" (Columbia)
  • CD: "The Legendary Louis Armstrong" (Columbia)
  • CD: "Oh Didn't He Ramble" (USP)
  • (1971) Album: "Louis 'Country & Western' Armstrong" (Avco Embassy)
  • (1964) TV commercial: "Suzie Cute" doll (Topper Toys)
  • Single: "We Shall Overcome - Part 1" / "We Shall Overcome - Part 2" (Amsterdam Records)
  • Single: "What A Wonderful World" / "His Father Wore Long Hair" (Amsterdam Records)
  • Single: "Everybody's Talkin'" (Amsterdam Records)
  • Single: "Here In My Heart For Christmas" / "His Father Wore Long Hair" (Amsterdam Records)
  • Single (as Louis Armstrong and Friends): "Give Peace A Chance" / "The Creator Has A Masterplan" (Amsterdam Records)
  • Single: "Miller's Cave" / "You Can Have Her" (AVCO Embassy Records)
  • Single: "Frankie And Johnnie" / "Jelly Roll" (Audio Fidelity Records)
  • Album: "Louie Armstrong with the Duke Ellington Orchestra: I'm Beginning to See the Light" (Diplomat Records).
  • Single: "Threepenny Opera" (Coronet Records).
  • (2005) His musical, "Ambassador Satch," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Andrew De Sheilds and Harriet D. Foy in the cast.

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