This a sparkling meeting of two legends of music. Norman Granz produced and recorded. I doubt there was much discussion or rehearsal between Armstrong and Peterson. The songs are there and so is the understanding. Armstrong sang and played with timing. His expertise alongside Peterson's solos and accompaniment was a winning combination. With a rhythm section, mostly Herb Ellis(g), Ray Brown(b) and Louie Bellson(d), this an underrated session including marvellously relaxed numbers. 'You Go To My Head', 'Sweet Lorraine', 'I Was Doin Alright', 'Sweet Lorraine', all taken by the professionals. As sublime a mood as expectedly crafted by masters. 'I Get A Kick Out Of You', sums it up. Recorded in two sessions (Hollywood July, October, 1957) This deserves a place in any listener's repertoire. The last three tracks are taken from 'Louis meets Ella Again. Superb.