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Author Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971.

Title The complete Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings / Louis Armstrong.

Publication Info. New York, NY : Columbia/Legacy, [2006]
℗2000

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 South Windsor Public Library - Audio-Visual Materials  CD JAZZ ARMSTRONG    DUE 07-31-24
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Jazz.
Performer Louis Armstrong, trumpet; with various ensembles and vocalists.
Event Recorded in Chicago, Nov. 1925-Mar. 1929.
Note Originally released on OKeh 78 rpm discs, 1925-1941.
Compact disc.
Program notes, principally by Phil Schaap and Robert G. O'Meally, including bibliography (84 p. : ill. ; 14 x 25 cm.) inserted in container.
Contents CD One: Gut bucket blues -- My heart -- Yes! I'm in the barrel -- Comeback, sweet Papa -- Georgia grind -- Heebie Jeebies -- Cornet chop suey -- Oriental strut -- You're next -- Muskrat ramble -- Don't forget to mess around -- I'm gonna gitcha -- Droppin' shucks -- Who'sit -- King of the Zulus -- Big fat Ma and Skinny Pa -- Lonesome blues -- Sweet little Papa -- Jazz lips -- Skid-dat-de-dat -- Big butter and egg man -- Sunset Cafe stomp -- You made me love you -- Irish black bottom -- Pause track.
CD Two: Put 'em down blues -- Ory's Creole trombone -- The last time -- Struttin' with some barbecue -- Got no blues -- Once in a while -- I'm not rough -- Hotter than that -- Savoy blues -- He likes it slow -- Gambler's dream -- Sunshine baby -- Adam and Eve ad the blues -- Put it where I can get it -- Wash woman blues -- I've stopped my man -- Georgia bo bo -- Drop that sack [common take] -- Drop that sack [rare take] -- Cornet chop suey [in E♭] -- Pause track.
CD Three: Willie the weeper -- Wild man blues -- Alligator crawl--Potato head blues -- Melancholy -- Weary blues -- Twelfth Street rag -- Keyhole blues -- S.O.L. blues -- Gully low blues -- That's when I'll come back to you -- Chicago breakdown -- Weary blues [Dodds] -- New Orleans stomp -- Wild man blues [Dodds - common take] -- Wild man blues [Dodds - rare take] -- Melancholy [Dodds - common take] -- New Orleans [Dodds - rare take] -- You're a real sweetheart -- Too busy -- Was it a dream? -- Last night I dreamed you kissed me -- Pause track.
CD Four: Fireworks -- Skip the gutter -- A Monday date -- Don't jive me -- West End blues -- Sugar foot strut -- Two deuces -- Squeeze me -- Knee drops -- No (Papa no) -- Basin Street blues -- No one else but you -- Beau Koo Jack -- Save it, pretty Mama -- Muggles -- Hear me talkin' to ya -- St. James Infirmary -- Tight like this -- Weather bird -- I can give you anything but love [common take] -- I can't give you anything but love [rare take] -- Mahogany Hall stomp -- Knockin' a jug -- Pause track.
Note GMD: sound recording.
Subject Jazz -- 1921-1930.
Trumpet with jazz ensemble.
Jazz vocals.
Added Author Thomas, Hociel. Performer.
Christian, Lillie Delk. Performer.
Hot Five. Performer.
Hot Four. Performer.
Butterbeans & Susie (Musical group) Performer.
Hot Seven. Performer.
Carroll Dickerson's Savoy Orchestra. Performer.
Black Bottom Stompers. Performer.
Standard No. 828768285022
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Music No. 82876828502 Columbia/Legacy
CK 63525 Columbia/Legacy
CK 63528 Columbia/Legacy
CK 63531 Columbia/Legacy
CK 63851 Columbia/Legacy
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