Long Long Journey - Louis Armstrong - West End Blues (CD)

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  3. Jul 27,  · In the jazz world, there has long been a theory that Louis Armstrong sold out by the mids, says historian Ricky Riccardi. Sure, Armstrong was an innovator and influential in the ’20s, the.
  4. Album Blues () by Louis Armstrong. Label Weton-Wesgram B.V. Armstrong's influence extends well beyond jazz, and by the end of his career in the s, he was widely regarded as a profound influence on popular music in general. Louis Armstrong – Long, Long Journey Lyrics. Sometimes I feel so weary Traveling through life all alone.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of From "Hot Five" To "All Stars" - on Discogs.
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  7. Louis Armstrong - Miscellaneous Album Lyrics; 1. (Up A) Lazy River: 2. A Fine Romance: 3. A Foggy Day: 4. Ain't Got Nobody: 5. All That Meat And No Potatoes: 6. Auld Lang Syne: 7. Autumn in New York: 8. Basin Street Blues: 9. Beale Street Blues: Before Long: Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea: Black and Blue: Black and Blue.
  8. Lyrics to West End Blues by Louis Armstrong from the Jazz Memorial: Les Génies du Jazz: Louis Armstrong - Les Années 20 album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  9. By far the best known recording of "West End Blues" is the 3-minute-plus, 78 rpm recording made by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five on June 28, Armstrong plays trumpet and sings, backed by a band including pianist Earl Hines, clarinetist Jimmy Strong, trombonist Fred Robinson, banjoist Mancy Carr and drummer Zutty Singleton on hand cymbals.

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