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Performer: Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five
Title: Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five With Earl Hines (1928)
Released: 1952
Label: Odeon
Country: France
Catalog #: OS 1017
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 123
Formats: Vinyl, LP, 10", Compilation
FLAC size: 1773 mb
MP3 size: 2922 mb

Tracklist

1No One Else But You
Written-By – Redman
2Saint-James Infirmary
Written-By – Redman
3Tight Like This
Written By – Cure
4Basin Street Blues
Written-By – Williams
5Heath Me Talkin'To Ya
Written-By – Redman, Armstrong
6No, Papa No
Written-By – Spivey
7West-End Blues
Written-By – Oliver
8Fireworks
Written-By – Williams

Credits

  • BanjoMancy Cara (tracks: A3, B1, B3)
  • Clarinet, SaxophoneJimmy Strong
  • DrumsZutty Singleton
  • GuitarMancy Cara
  • PianoEarl Hines
  • Saxophone [Alto]Don Redman (tracks: A4, B1, B2, B4)
  • TrumpetLouis Armstrong
  • TubaFred Robinson

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OS 1017Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five With Earl Hines Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five With Earl Hines - Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five With Earl Hines ‎(10", Comp)OdeonOS 1017France1953

Notes

Label reads "Louis Armstrong avec Earl Hines - Epoque 1928"

Track A1: Recorded 1928 June,26
Track A2: Recorded 1928 June,28
Track A3: Recorded 1928 December,4
Track A4: Recorded 1928 December,12
Track B1: Recorded 1928 December,5
Track B2: Recorded 1928 December,12
Track B3: Recorded 1928 December,4
Track B4; Recorded 1928 December,12

Barcodes

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Album

The Hot Five was Louis Armstrong's first jazz recording band led under his own name. It was a typical New Orleans jazz band in instrumentation, consisting of trumpet, clarinet, and trombone backed by a rhythm section. The original New Orleans jazz style leaned heavily on collective improvisation, in which the three horns together played the lead: the trumpet played the main melody, and the clarinet and trombone played improvised accompaniments to the melody. This tradition was continued in the Hot. The Best of Louis Armstrong: The 1928 Hot Five Masterworks - Louis Armstrong, Earl Hines. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. West End Blues - Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five, Earl Hines. Label reads Louis Armstrong avec Earl Hines - Epoque 1928. Track A1: Recorded 1928 June,26 Track A2: Recorded 1928 June,28 Track A3: Recorded 1928 December,4 Track A4: Recorded 1928 December,12 Track B1: Recorded 1928 December,5 Track B2: Recorded 1928 December,12 Track B3: Recorded 1928 December,4 Track B4 Recorded 1928 December,12. on center labels Francis Day Made in France. The Hot Five was Armstrong's group organized for Okeh Records at its Chicago recording studio. By 1928 Armstrong had replaced all of his original players. Most importantly Earl Hines now replaced Lil Hardin on piano and Zutty Singleton, a sixth member, was added as the Armstrong Favourites - Louis Armstrong, His All-Stars, Earl Hines, Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five, Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five, Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, Earl Hines. The Louis Armstrong Discography: The Hot FivesSevens 1925 - 1928. After dazzling New York with a swinging style bred in New Orleans and honed in the jazz hotbed of Chicago, Armstrong was encouraged to return to the Windy City by his wife, Lillian, who hustled to keep her husband busy in clubs throughout the city. Immediately, a talented line-up was corralled to create The Hot Five, a combo that - though it was basically an all-star studio aggregation that only played two small promotional performances - produced a series of recordings that stand as the Rosetta Stone of jazz. The Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven Recordings. Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong Hot Five -Put 'Em Down Blues Album Version. Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five -Ory's Creole Trombone. Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five -The Last Time. Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five -Struttin' with Some Barbecue 78 rpm Version. Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five -Got No Blues. Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five -Once In a While. Louis Armstrong Hot Seven sic - Big Band, Carroll Dickerson Orchestra, Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven -Save It, Pretty Mama Album Version. Louis Armstrong and this music are that important. High Fidelity. I would not doubt that the Hot Fives and Sevens have never been out of print. I have personally owned them since their release as a part of the Columbia Jazz Classics LP series of the mid-1980s. Between 1925 and 1928, Louis Armstrong entered the Okeh recording studios and carved some 60 acetate sides, using a quintet and septet respectively to comprise his 'Hot Fives' and 'Hot Sevens'. The personnel now reads like a whos who at the the big bang of traditional jazz: Kid Ory, Johnny Dodds, Johnny St. Cyr, Earl Hines, Jimmy Noone. They all put this music on the map. Louis Armstrong, one of the greatest entertainers of the 20th Century, exuded joy and exuberance as a trumpet player and singer. He rose from poverty in New Orleans, before achieving worldwide fame. In this 1928 album, a young Satchmo shows the extraordinary inventiveness that put him on the map. Armstrong does this with his trumpet with a real bravura style, does he not HORWITZ: He really does. He created the art of the jazz solo

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