what here ridiculous? You are..

Category: Classic Rock

9 Responses

  1. Gunris says:
    Jan 23,  · Louis Armstrong was born in New Orleans on August 4, , to year-old Mary Ann Albert and her boyfriend Willie Armstrong. Only weeks after Louis' birth, Willie left Mary Ann and Louis was placed in the care of his grandmother, Josephine Armstrong.
  2. Nekree says:
    5 x lps louis armstrong v.s.o.p rare french odeon flipback laminated jackets Favourite Auctions.
  3. Yor says:
    Jan 13,  · Armstrong signed with Columbia Records in the mid-'50s, and soon cut some of the finest albums of his career for producer George Avakian, including Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy and Satch Plays.
  4. Mazule says:
    Then he reached way back to the s for one of those V.S.O.P. (Very Special Old Phonography) albums of the period, this one containing recordings by the Savoy Ballroom Five. When he was done, he dutifully wrote down every track name on his white paper, his handwriting looking very shaky, and tucked it into the box for future cataloging.
  5. Kem says:
    Nov 22,  · He's among today's best-known trumpet players, and he reveres Armstrong even though he was only two years old when the jazz giant died in Mr. HARGROVE: Yeah. That was like a show tune, you know.
  6. Vihn says:
    The fifth in Columbia's extremely valuable series of vintage Louis Armstrong recordings features the immortal trumpeter-vocalist primarily on his big-band sides. Armstrong leads a jam session on "Knockin' a Jug," sits in backup groups accompanying singers Seger Ellis and Victoria Spivey, and is showcased on ten influential performances with either the Luis Russell Orchestra or the 9/
  7. Akinojinn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of V.S.O.P. Vol. 5/6 on Discogs/5(11).
  8. Goran says:
    Artist Release Name pehurasicatgandmulochanbuckcheckcont.coinfo Label Format Year Country; Louis Armstrong: Louis Armstrong: 7 MOE Odeon: 7", 45 RPM, EP, France: Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven.
  9. Faenos says:
    Apr 14,  · Another similar recording of Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five performing “Knee Drops” in Chicago in was also posted a few days later. Evidently, both of these new versions were transferred to a digital format by sound engineer Nick Dellow. Considering the poor quality of most early jazz records, these tracks are a rare treat for any.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *