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Titel: Wild Man Blues/ Melancholy Blues
Etikett: Parlophone
# Cat: R 2162
FLAC album: 1865 mb
MP3 album: 2933 mb
Bewertung: 4.6
Genre: Jazz

Trackliste

1Melancholy Blues
2Wild Man Blues

Album

Melancholy Blues - Louis Armstrong. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Wild Man Blues - Louis Armstrong. Wild Man Blues - the Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven, Vol. 2Louis Armstrong Best Recordings from the Twenties. Исполнитель: Louis Armstrong. 2011 jazz. Wild Man Blues Armstrong - Morton Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven Recorded May 7, 1927 in Chicago Parlophone R-2162 Louis Armstrong cornet. Tiger Rag - Louis Armstrong and his OrchestraOriginal Dixieland Jazz band. Louis Blues - Louis Armstrong and his OrchestraW. HandyLouis Armstrong. Song of the Vipers - Louis Armstrong and his OrchestraLouis Armstrong. Will You, Won't You Be My Babe - Louis Armstrong and his OrchestraQuicksellNesbitt. 78 st-louis-blues louis-armstrong-and-his-orchestra-w-c-handy-louis-armstrong gbia0039403b 01 3. 8 CT download. 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, and Johnny St. Cyr banjo and guitar. These musicians were augmented by Dodds's brother, Baby Dodds drums, Pete Briggs tuba, and John Thomas trombone, replacing Armstrong's usual trombonist, Kid Ory, who was then. These recordings on a whole are not as essential as his own classic sessions from the 1920s so this perfectly packaged set is recommended mostly to the more fanatical early jazz and blues collectors rather than the more general listeners who are advised to get Armstrong's Hot Five recordings first