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Apr 21, 2016  · Louis Armstrong was born on August 4, 1901, in New Orleans, Louisiana, in a section so poor, it was nicknamed “The Battlefield.” Armstrong had a difficult childhood. His father was a factory worker and abandoned the family soon after Louis’ birth. His mother, who often turned to prostitution.

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Louis Armstrong and His Savoy Ballroom Five “Mahogany Hall Stomp” (Okeh 8680, 1929) “Mahogany Hall Stomp” is incredibly fun to listen to. The song starts off with a straight-ahead solo by Armstrong on trumpet followed by a short, enjoyable stretch by Albert Nichols on alto sax, and some fancy guitar work by Lonnie Johnson.

It was recently determined that Louis Armstrong’s birthday. (Disc 2): Put’em Down Blues; Ory’s Creole Trombone; The Last Time; Struttin’ With Some Barbecue; Got No Blues; Once In Awhile; I’m Not.

Recorded shortly before the 1927 floods that devastated. She found Louis Armstrong a little too aggressive in support, more in it for himself. But he and Bessie sound great together on the "St.

Such is the case with Louis Armstrong. Bugle Blues/Ole Miss. Side B: Tin Roof Blues; My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It; Perdido; You Made Me Love You; Whispering. Record Two Side A: Mack The Knife;.

In 1926 Winnipeg-born Hartzell Strathdene "Tiny" Parham. Louis Prima jump-blues moment, only with none of the technological advances that would help catapult Prima’s music to a world eager for.

Savoy Blues In 1927, Louis Armstrong featured guitarist Lonnie Johnson on his Hot Five recording of “Savoy Blues.” The recording includes a section where the rest of the band drops out, leaving Johnson and Johnny St. Cyr to play a 12-bar blues guitar duet. In.

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One of the true icons of jazz, Louis. from 1927, which is essentially a showcase for Kyle’s deft ivory-tickling. Clarinetist Bigard is next featured on a popular tune he recorded in 1942 with the.

On “Savoy Blues,” from 1927, Johnny St. Cyr’s powerful chords behind Louis Armstrong’s Hot Five are strummed on a hybrid (guitar neck, banjo body). But by the 1930s, new higher-volume instruments like.

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Thanks so much for being with us. KARST: My pleasure. Thanks for having me. (SOUNDBITE OF LOUIS ARMSTRONG’S "SAVOY BLUES") Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.

Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven was a jazz studio group organized to make a series of recordings for Okeh Records in Chicago, Illinois in May 1927. Some of the personnel also recorded with Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, including Johnny Dodds (clarinet), Lil Armstrong (piano), Johnny St. Cyr (banjo and guitar).

Exact Audio Copy V1.3 from 2. September 2016 EAC extraction logfile from 14. April 2018, 14:52 Louis Armstrong Hot Five & Hot Seven / West End Blues 1926 – 1928

So Louis turned to me and said ‘what. His fortunes improved when Armstrong reconnected with Joe Glaser. Once manager of the Sunset Café, where Armstrong moonlighted in 1927, Glaser resolved the.

Jun 24, 2009  · Louis Armstrong – Hot Fives & Hot Sevens. Year: 1998/1999 Label: JSP. Amazon.com review Between 1925 and 1929, Louis Armstrong created one of the first great bodies of work in jazz. While he worked regularly as a soloist with big bands, he began his career as a leader with the first all-star studio group in jazz, the Hot Five.

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1927 Louis Armstrong and his hot seven not really a blues. a type of piano Blues from the early 20th century featuing ostinato figures in the left-hand repeating riffs in the right and the driving swing feel. big band. a large performing group usually of 12 to 20 players.

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Jazz is African American/black music. In 1987 the US Congress passed a resolution declaring jazz a "valuable national American treasure." Jazz is an "art form," brought to the American people through well-funded university courses and arts programs; but it is also a "people’s music," a bubbling upward from the aspirations of ordinary folk.

On 12 November, 1925, when he was just 24, Louis Armstrong went into Okeh Studios in New York, to begin one of the most influential series of recordings in jazz. The sessions are remembered as the Hot.

As Louis Armstrong improvised in a lively duet with Ella Fitzgerald on “Stompin’ at the Savoy,” “Chick Webb cut ’em all.” In his autobiography Good Morning Blues, Basie credits an encounter with Webb.

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Potato Head Blues / Put ‘Em Down Blues, a Single by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven / Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five. Released in October 1927 on OKeh (catalog no. 8503; Shellac 10"). Genres: Dixieland. Rated #2 in the best singles of 1927, and #1600 in the greatest all-time single chart (according to RYM users). Featured peformers: Louis Armstrong (cornet), Johnny Dodds (clarinet),

Louis Armstrong and His Savoy Ballroom Five “Mahogany Hall Stomp” (Okeh 8680, 1929) “Mahogany Hall Stomp” is incredibly fun to listen to. The song starts off with a straight-ahead solo by Armstrong on trumpet followed by a short, enjoyable stretch by Albert Nichols on alto sax, and some fancy guitar work by Lonnie Johnson.

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The Louis Armstrong Discography: Songs (Back Home Again In) Indiana. January 30, 1951: Louis Armstrong and The All Stars. December 5, 1928: Louis Armstrong And His Savoy Ballroom Five; Beautiful American, The. April 3-4, 1961: Louis Armstrong And Duke Ellington. Got No Blues. December 9, 1927: Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five; Gotta Be.

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1927 Louis Armstrong and his hot seven not really a blues. a type of piano Blues from the early 20th century featuing ostinato figures in the left-hand repeating riffs in the right and the driving swing feel. big band. a large performing group usually of 12 to 20 players.

One of the true icons of jazz, Louis. from 1927, which is essentially a showcase for Kyle’s deft ivory-tickling. Clarinetist Bigard is next featured on a popular tune he recorded in 1942 with the.

The following is excerpted from my book Louis Armstrong, Master of Modernism. now unidentifiable, included pictures of Armstrong and blues guitarist Lonnie Johnson—and only them. OKeh promised to.

To celebrate, here are eight songs from renowned jazz singer and trumpeter Louis Armstrong‘s. vocal part was the result of Armstrong dropping his sheet music during the recording. Struttin’ With.

This number is lifted to the heights by Louis Armstrong’s cornet. Trumbauer and His Orchestra), “Singin’ the Blues (1927) Fragile and melancholy in tone, the trumpeter often is characterized as.

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It is “1927: The Diary of Myles Thomas,” and. For example, on May 7, Thomas encounters Louis Armstrong when he and his Hot Seven band record “Wild Man Blues” in Chicago. Did they really meet?.

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