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Long Long Journey - Louis Armstrong - West End Blues (Cassette)

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  1. 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.
  2. West End Blues - Louis Armstrong #6 in Ol' Man River - Bing Crosby #32 in Casey Jones - Furry Lewis #43 in My Mammy - Al Jolson #9 in Frankie - Mississippi John Hurt #34 in Allons a Lafayette - Joe & Cleoma Falcon #13 in Just Like a Melody Out of The Sky - Cliff Edwards (Ukelele Ike).
  3. Jun 28,  · On “West End Blues,” the role of Armstrong went to the fine St. Louis trumpeter Louis Metcalfe. This whole record fascinates me because it’s basically a remake of the Armstrong version. This has to be one of the first jazz recordings to completely pay tribute to an earlier recording by recreating it in an almost note-for-note fashion.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for West End Blues [18 Tracks] - Louis Armstrong on AllMusic -
  5. Louis Armstrong was the first important soloist to emerge in jazz, and he became the most influential musician in the music's history. As a trumpet virtuoso, his playing, beginning with the s studio recordings made with.
  6. West End Blues Lyrics By – Clarence Williams Songwriter – King Oliver: A4: Mahogany Hall Stomp Composed By – Spencer Williams (2) A5: Heah Me Talkin' To Ya Composed By – Louis Armstrong: A6: Savoy Blues Composed By – Kid Ory: B1: Dippermouth Blues.
  7. release from the New Orleans legend. On The Bright Mississippi Toussaint continues to break new ground with his first Jazz-oriented set, displaying the same effortless swing and relaxed charm he brought to his classic Rock 'N' Roll sides.
  8. – 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).
  9. Jack-Armstrong Blues: 04 Louis Armstrong Plays errimilecturidcimohalfsotercli.coinfo - () St. Louis Blues: Yellow Dog Blues: Loveless Love: Aunt Hagar's Blues: Long Gone: The Memphis Blues: Beale Street Blues: Ole Miss Blues: Chantez Les Bas West End Blues: On The Sunny Side Of The Street: Struttin.

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