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Skid-Dat-De-Dat - Louis Armstrong - Hot Fives And Sevens (CD)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Hot Fives & Hot Sevens, Volume II on Discogs.
  2. Skid Dat de Dat by Louis Armstrong - CD () for $ from elporerumsupens.vingdisclangnirempfarhandlogebirdwirec.infoinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Brand: Imports.
  3. Mar 28,  · This collection of 25 performances by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Fives, Hot Sevens, and other bands is as timeless as it is priceless. These early () recordings reveal Armstrong's genius in creating dixieland jazz as an art form/5(8).
  4. Hot Fives & Sevens Volume 1, a Compilation of songs by Louis Armstrong. Released in on JSP (catalog no. CD ; CD). Genres: Dixieland. Featured peformers: John R.T. Davies (remastering)/5(43).
  5. Skid-Dat-De-Dat Louis Armstrong Hot Five: 5. Big Butter And Egg Man (Album Version) Louis Armstrong Hot Five: 6. Sunset Cafe Stomp Louis Armstrong Hot Five: 7. You Made Me Love You Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five: 8. Irish Black Bottom Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five: 9.
  6. Louis Armstrong - Hot Fives And Hot Sevens music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  7. JSP Records: CD Compact disc. Performer(s): Louis Armstrong, cornet and vocals, with his Hot Five or Hot Seven. Event notes: Previously recorded material. Description: 4 audio discs: digital ; .
  8. This four-CD set brings together all the recordings made during the period of the Hot Five and Hot Sevens along with all the attendant recordings that Armstrong was involved in during this breakthrough period. Although this material has been around the block several times before -- and continues to be available in packages greatly varying in transfer quality -- this is truly the way to go, and.
  9. Jan 12,  · None of the groups go by the name of Hot Fives or Sevens, and most of the tracks are from the era of Louis Armstrong leading an orchestra of larger size, with a saxophone section patterned after Guy Lombardo's, so there is little specifically for the jazz clarinetist. An era had ended, and the Hot Fives and Sevens were now a part of music history.

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