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Lazy Womans Blues - Louis Armstrong - Intégrale Louis Armstrong Vol. 3 - Cornet Shop Suey 1925-1926

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  1. JoJogar says:
    May 05,  · Kenny Baker plays the complete Works of the Louis Armstrong Connection: " Cornet Chop Suey " (L. Armstrong) Kenny Baker (trumpet) Vic Ash (clarinet) Don Lusher (trombone) Les Thatcher (banjo.
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    The Crazy Jazz Label List. Frémeaux R ecords. IMPORTANT While we make every effort to ensure that the information contained on these pages is as current as possible record company catalogues often change suddenly and without warning.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Muskrat Ramble ~ on Discogs/5(9).
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    All the great songs and lyrics from the "Complete Louis Armstrong, Vol. 4: West End Blues " album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
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    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Louis Armstrong And His "Hot Five"* & "Savoy Ballroom Five"* - West End Blues at Discogs. Complete your Louis Armstrong And His "Hot Five"* & "Savoy Ballroom Five"* collection.4/4(9).
  6. Taujar says:
    Midwest cornetist who became associated with Chicago jazz, known for his restrained, sharp lyrical sound, and only bested by Louis Armstrong in terms of the cornet during the twenties. More timbre, narrow range, and straight tone with only occasional vibrato. Frequently emphasized the ninths and thirteenth of the chords in his playing.
  7. Fenriktilar says:
    Sep 18,  · soul.balladwyngavinraniuskelune.infoinfo Louis Armstrong recorded for RCA Victor for two relatively brief periods in his long career, in the early days of his big band ( to '33) and in the period when he broke up the orchestra and returned to a New Orleans-style smaller ensemble ( to '47)/5(12).
  8. Morg says:
    Apr 23,  · Louis Armstrong and the All Stars: The Big Band era was coming to an end so here is the "Revival" May 17 intro says "takes us back to the early Golden '.

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