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Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five / Miff Mole And His Molers - West End Blues / That's A Plenty Album

Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five / Miff Mole And His Molers - West End Blues / That's A Plenty Album

Performer: Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five / Miff Mole And His Molers
Title: West End Blues / That's A Plenty
Released: 1930
Cat#: A 2964
Country: Australia
Label: Parlophone
Size MP3 version: 1350 mb
Size FLAC version: 1419 mb
Size WMA version: 2147 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 449
Genre: Jazz

Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five / Miff Mole And His Molers - West End Blues / That's A Plenty Album


Tracklist

1Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveWest End Blues
Written-By – Oliver
2Miff Mole And His MolersThat's A Plenty
Written-By – Pollack

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
A2964Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five / Miff Mole And His Molers Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five / Miff Mole And His Molers - West End Blues / That's A Plenty ‎(Shellac, 10", RP)ParlophoneA2964AustraliaUnknown

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): W 400967B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): W 401316B

Companies

  • Record Company – Parlophone Co. Ltd.

Album

Irish Black Bottom - Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. West End Blues - Louis Armstrong. Get Bucket Blues - Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five. Around The World - Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven, Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five. 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. Louis Armstrong - Hot Five vinyl version. If Lil Hardin Armstrong's references to domestic violence seem a bit reckless during That's When I'll Come Back to You, listeners should be advised that Afro-American music has always caused consternation by openly referring to topics usually swept under the rug. The name was also used for a series of recording sessions in late Juneearly July 1928 with a wholly different band, later renamed Louis Armstrong And His Savoy Ballroom Five and Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra, consisting of Louis Armstrong Vocals, Trumpet Fred Robinson Trombone Jimmy Strong Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone Earl Hines Piano Mancy Carr Banjo Zutty Singleton Drums. Текст песни: Theres a boy thats in our band And how he blows that horn Finest since youre born When he starts youre Blues - Louis Armstrong. That's When I'll Come Back. Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven