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Blues In The South - Louis Armstrong - Pops: The 1940s Small Band Sides (CD)

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Label: Bluebird (3) - ND86378 • Format: CD Compilation • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland, Swing


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8 thoughts on “ Blues In The South - Louis Armstrong - Pops: The 1940s Small Band Sides (CD)

  1. Kekus
    During the s, a widespread revival of interest in the traditional jazz of the s made it possible for Armstrong to consider a return to the small-group musical style of his youth. Armstrong was featured as a guest artist with Lionel Hampton's band at the famed second Cavalcade of Jazz concert held at Wrigley Field in Los Angeles which.
  2. Zuluktilar
    Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (Louis Armstrong-tp, Homer Hobson-tp, Fred Robinson-tb, Jimmy Strong-cl/ts, Bert Curry-as, Crawford Washington-as, Carroll Dickerson-vln, Gene Anderson-p/celeste, Mancy Carr-bj, Pete Briggs-tu, Zutty Singleton-d). 7/22/ The earliest of many Fats Waller compositions to be explored by Louis Armstrong.
  3. Faegis
    Louis Armstrong helped create the rich musical tradition we now know as jazz and was one of the most revered jazz musicians of the twentieth century. Adoringly remastered, this Rough Guide explores his enduring legacy, from an innovative soloist on cornet and trumpet, to a distinctive and expressive vocalist with the m.
  4. Kajimi
    The “St. Louis Blues” is perhaps the most venerable of all standards. Composed and published in by W.C. Handy, the song was not the first to incorporate the blues (Handy’s “Memphis Blues” has that honor), but it was Handy’s greatest success, recorded thousands of times by musicians of nearly every genre. Tom Lord’s online “The Jazz Discography” lists over .
  5. Jubei
    Louis Armstrong and His Hot Harlem Band October 28, Vinterpalatset, Stockholm, Sweden "Chinatown" and "You Rascal, You" were released on the Sonora label in a very limited pressing in All three tracks were later released on LP and CD: Musicmouth AL, Classic Jazz CJ, SR RHLP
  6. JoJolar
    Louis Armstrong pops the 's small band sides: Lovely weather we're having (3 min 15 s) Mahogany hall stomp: Millenberg joys: New Orleans original motion picture soundtrack: Oh Lizzie: Panama [Enregistrement sonore] Pearls: Please stop playing those blues, boy (3 min15 s) Raymond Street blues: Rockin'chair (5 min 13 s) San (2 min 55 s).
  7. Tygojind
    Louis Armstrong was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. His real birth date is August 4, , but some people believe it was July 4, He was sent to a different family when he was a kid for shooting a pistol in the air on New Years Eve.
  8. Mogis
    An early s style known as "jumping the blues" or jump blues used small combos, uptempo music, and blues chord progressions. Jump blues drew on boogie-woogie from the s. Kansas City Jazz in the s as exemplified by tenor saxophonist Lester Young marked the transition from big bands to the bebop influence of the s.

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