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Download West End Blues - Louis Armstrong - The Louis Armstrong Legend Vol.1 (Cassette)
1981
Label: His Masters Voice - STC SH 407 • Format: Cassette Compilation, Remastered • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing


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9 thought on “ West End Blues - Louis Armstrong - The Louis Armstrong Legend Vol.1 (Cassette) ”

  1. Totaxe says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Louis Armstrong Legend on Discogs. Label: World Records (6) - CSM /// • Format: 4x, Cassette • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing.
  2. Mezizshura says:
    – Louis Armstrong: Wild Man Blues Written-By – F. Morton*, L. Armstrong* A7 – Louis Armstrong: Chicago Breakdown Written-By – F. Morton* B1 – Louis Armstrong: A Monday Date Written-By – E. Hines*, S. Robin* B2 – Louis Armstrong: West End Blues Written-By – C. Williams*, J. Oliver* B3 – Louis Armstrong: Sugar Foot Strut Written /5(9).
  3. Zulutaur says:
    King Oliver's "West End Blues" is one of the keystones of jazz and, therefore, American popular music, but even more than that, Louis Armstrong's version, cut with his Hot Five, is a towering achievement. Not only is it the version that cemented the tune in popular consciousness, it helped define what jazz could be.
  4. Maumuro says:
    Louis Armstrong ‎– West End Blues. Label: Starlite (4) ‎– CDS
  5. Fenritaxe says:
    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.
  6. Visar says:
    In , Louis Armstrong would return to New York and would work from that point on with a full orchestra. First, though, he would spend making several more classic small-group recordings in Chicago, including some that would rank among the best of his career, like the immortal “West End Blues.”.
  7. Bale says:
    West End Blues Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five. date: style: New Orleans jazz form: bar blues. personnel: Louis Armstrong, trumpet and vocal; Fred Robinson, trombone; Jimmy Strong, clarinet; Earl Hines, piano; Mancy Cara, banjo; Zutty Singleton, drums What to Listen For: Armstrong as trumpet soloist and scat vocalist.
  8. Gardalabar says:
    Louis Armstrong. West End Blues (For Unit 6: Further Musical Understanding) Background information and performance circumstances. The genesis and early development of jazz a re the subject of much debate. Recorded evidence from the early years of the twentieth century is slight. Much of the anecdotal evidence was.
  9. Goltilar says:
    Jun 28,  · “West End Blues” was written by two very important figures in Louis Armstrong’s life. Joe “King” Oliver was perhaps the most important person to Armstrong in his early years, giving the younger man tips on playing the cornet in New Orleans and eventually hiring him to perform in Chicago with his band at the Lincoln Gardens.

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