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Louis Armstrong - Hot Five & Hot Seven 1925-1928 album download

Performer:

Louis Armstrong

Title:

Hot Five & Hot Seven 1925-1928

Genre:

Jazz

MP3 album size:

1953 mb

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Rating:

4.2 ✱

Country:

Europe

Date of release:

1988

Louis Armstrong - Hot Five & Hot Seven 1925-1928 album download

Tracklist

1 Alligator Crawl 3:01
2 Wild Man Blues 3:14
3 Melancholy Blues 3:02
4 Willie The Weeper 3:11
5 Ory's Creole Trombone 3:06
6 Struttin' With Some Barbecue 2:58
7 Hotter Than That 2:55
8 West End Blues 3:15
9 Potato Head Blues 2:59
10 Keyhole Blues 3:32
11 Gully Low Blues 3:19
12 Basin Street Blues 3:16
13 S.O.L. Blues 2:56
14 Twelfth Street Rag 3:07
15 Savoy Blues 3:24
16 Muskrat Ramble 2:36
17 Cornet Shop Suey 3:05
18 Skid-Dat-De-Dat 3:13
19 Come Back Sweet Papa 2:34
20 Yes, I'm In The Barrel 2:42
21 Weary Blues 3:03
22 Put 'Em Down Blues 3:08
23 A Monday Date 3:08

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Joker Tonverlag AG
  • Copyright (c) – Joker Tonverlag AG

Credits

  • Written-By – Matthews* (tracks: 21), Earl Hines (tracks: 23), Morton* (tracks: 1, 2), Kid Ory (tracks: 5, 15, 16), King Oliver (tracks: 8), L. Hardin* (tracks: 18), Hardin* (tracks: 6, 7), Armstrong* (tracks: 2, 6, 9 to 11, 13, 17, 22), L. Armstrong* (tracks: 20), Russell* (tracks: 19), Bloom* (tracks: 3, 4), Barbarin* (tracks: 19), William* (tracks: 1, 12, 14), Melrose* (tracks: 3, 4)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JFE 5040 Louis Armstrong Hot Five & Hot Seven (1925-1928) "Basin Street Blues" ‎(CD, Comp) Jazz Forever JFE 5040 Europe 1993
CD 53001 Louis Armstrong Hot Five & Hot Seven 1925-1928 ‎(CD, Comp) Giants Of Jazz CD 53001 France 1990

Louis Armstrong - Hot Five & Hot Seven (1925-1928). по названию по исполнителю. Louis Armstrong & his Hot Seven – Basin Street Blues (1928). Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven – Wild Man Blues (1927). Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five And Hot Seven – Sunset Cafe Stomp. Louis Armstrong & his Hot Seven – Save It, Pretty Mama (1928). Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five And Hot Seven – That s When I ll Come Back To You. 2:31. Louis Armstrong & his Hot Five – My Heart (1925).

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1925-1926 Hot Five Recordings. My Heart (Lil Armstrong). Yes! I'm in the Barrel. Come Back Sweet Papa (Barbarin, Russell). Georgia Grind (Spencer Williams). Hotter Than That (Armstrong, Hardin). 1928 Hot Five Recordings. Fireworks (Clarence Williams, S. Williams). Skip the Gutter (S. A Monday Date (Earl Hines, Robin). Don't Jive Me (Hardin). West End Blues (King Oliver, C. Sugar Foot Strut (Pierce).

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Louis Armstrong's Hot Five was the most influential jazz band of the mid-'20s. The first volume of Armstrong's complete works reissued by Classics followed this group's trail of recordings from November of 1925 through those made almost exactly one year later. Opening this second volume of vintage Armstrong, the Hot Five's last three records of 1926 are peppered with hot vocals intended to entertain and amuse.

Hot Fives & Sevens is a 2000 box set collection of recordings made by American jazz trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong with his Hot Five, Hot Seven, and other groups between 1925 and 1930. First released on JSP Records on 22 August 2000, the set was subsequently reissued on Definitive in 2001. A four-disc compilation, the set has received a "crown" as an author's pick in The Penguin Guide to Jazz and is also included in the book's "core collection" recommended for jazz fans

Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven. Louis Armstrong, Fred "Jelly Roll" Morton. a b Wynn, Ron; Raeburn, Bruce Boyd (1994), Ron Wynn, e. All Music Guide to Jazz, M. Erlewine, V. Bogdanov, San Francisco: Miller Freeman, p. 43, ISBN 0-87930-308-5. v. t. e. Louis Armstrong.

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