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9 Replies to “ Savoy Blues - Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five* And Hot Seven* - Early Jazz Moments Vol. II (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. The second volume of Legacy's brilliant collection of Louis Armstrong's complete Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings reveals the transition from quintet to septet. The first four tunes have May Alix added on vocals, and then Harry Clark replaces Kid Ory, who briefly went off to start his own oranemetholbalecompiepressorwai.coinfo May of , however, John Thomas takes over the trombone chair, Baby Dodds joins on drums, and.
  2. Label: Odeon - OPXH • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five* And Hot Seven* - Early Jazz Moments Vol. II (Vinyl) | .
  3. Jan 15,  · Louis Armstrong - West End Blues.// Song West End Blues; Artist Caratini Jazz Ensemble; Album Darling Nellie Gray (Variations sur la musique de Louis Armstrong).
  4. commonly known as Roy Eldridge, and nicknamed "Little Jazz", was an American jazz trumpet player. His sophisticated use of harmony, including the use of tritone substitutions, his virtuosic solos exhibiting a departure from the smooth and lyrical style of earlier jazz trumpet innovator Louis Armstrong, and his strong impact on Dizzy Gillespie.
  5. Ambassador CLA Louis Armstrong Vol. 3 -- [] oranemetholbalecompiepressorwai.coinfo To You, Sweetheart, Aloha (August 18, ) On A Cocoanut Island (August 18, ) St. Louis Blues (Early ) The Skeleton In The Closet (Early ) On A Little Bamboo Bridge (March 24, ) Hawaiian Hospitality (March 24, ) Carry Me Back To Old Virginny (April 7.
  6. Jan 16,  · This volume contains 20 essential selections from , when Armstrong and his Hot Five (Kid Ory on trombone, Johnny Dodds on clarinet, Lil Hardin on piano/vocals, Johnny St. Cyr on banjo) were essentially forming the basic vocabulary jazz has used in the nearly years since.
  7. Peter Tanner: Louis Armstrong – “Savoy Blues” / “Me and Brother Bill” (Decca F ), in: Jazz Journal, 2/6 (Jun), p. 7 (R) [oranemetholbalecompiepressorwai.coinfo] Rolf Dahlgren: Louis Armstrong and his Hot Six / Orchestra – “I want a little girl” / “Joseph and his Brudders” (HMV B ), in: Estrad, 11/6 (Jun), p. 15 (R).
  8. 4. Jelly Roll Morton Red Hot Pepper sessions 5. Louis Armstrong Hot 5 and Hot 7 sessions—the source of his fame 6. Count Basie Decca sessions with Lester Young—far more important than April in.
  9. By far the best known recording of "West End Blues" is the 3-minute-plus, 78 rpm recording made by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five on June 28, Armstrong plays trumpet and sings, backed by a band including pianist Earl Hines, clarinetist Jimmy Strong, trombonist Fred Robinson, banjoist Mancy Carr and drummer Zutty Singleton on hand cymbals.

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