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Cornet Shop Suey - Louis Armstrong - Hot Five & Hot Seven 1925-1928 (CD)

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  1. Louis Armstrong - This Is Louis Armstrong - Satchmo '70 (Happy Birthday!) - CBS - 2 x LP.
  2. The Louis Armstrong Hot Five and Hot Seven Sessions were recorded between 19by Louis Armstrong with his Hot Five and Hot Seven groups. According to the National Recording Registry, "Louis Armstrong was jazz's first great soloist and is among American music's most important and influential figures. These sessions, his solos in particular, set a standard musicians still strive to.
  3. Hot Five & Hot Seven , a Compilation of songs by Louis Armstrong. Released in on Giants of Jazz (catalog no. LPJT 15; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Dixieland.
  4. “Cornet Chop Suey”, like many of the recordings made in February , is astonishing in showing the first fruits of Armstrong’s genius. Indeed, it’s this track where Louis first develops his mastery of timing and rhythm in his soloing – his first solo is mesmeric, full of stops and starts and syncopations, almost as if Armstrong is inventing Be-Bop twenty years before it occurred.
  5. Nov 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Louis Armstrong-Cornet Chop Suey YouTube Trumpet vs Cornet: Similarities and Differences - Duration: Trumpet .
  6. Feb 05,  · The art of the improviser as artist made its foothold in american music thanks to the cornet playing of Louis Armstrong. The mix of blues, dixieland, and the New Orleans sound are all here and showcased by master musicians. Some of the highlights of this volume are "Gut Bucket Blues," Cornet Chop Suey," and "Heebie Jeebies."/5(4).
  7. Aug 22,  · Recorded between and , the Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings find Armstrong with more than able cohorts, including pianists Earl "Fatha" Hines and Lillian Hardin (Armstrong's second wife), clarinetist-saxophonist Johnny Dodds, and trombonist Kid Ory/5(46).
  8. Nov 15,  · I'm giving this budget-priced CD-box 5 stars because it contains some of the most important recordings in the entire history of jazz: Louis Armstrong's Hot Fives and Hot Sevens; the foundation on which Armstrong's reputation stands - at least if you ask jazz fans /5(17).
  9. 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.

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