Not a bad track or a false note in the whole fifty-five track-list. Stunning collection of Louis at his peak, crammed with classics. Swing Low Sweet Chariot is my favourite of the whole glorious bunch. In fact 'Louis And The Good Book' is, to an agnostic, a revelation! Satchmo delivers a gospel of the most genial kind, with the great Sy Oliver's choral and jazz arrangements a knockout.
If you're a fan/devotee of Louis Armstrong, this CD set is well worth acquiring for his reinterpretation of standards, many of which he made standards. The beauty is in the details, hearing how this great melodic interpreter chooses to play moment by moment.
If you are not already an Armstrong devotee, you'd do better with either "Louis Armstrong plays W.C. Handy", or his similarly titled album of Fats Waller compositions. Or you could explore his "Hot Five" and "Hot Seven" recordings, and his first big band releases, from the late twenties into the early thirties, when he changed the tone and conception of American music forever.