Cornet Shop Suey - Louis Armstrong - West End Blues (Cassette)

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  1. Vudolkis
    Cornet Chop Suey has enjoyed a rapid rise since when they performed for the first time at the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee. The seven piece band plays traditional jazz to bop as well as pop tunes in a show style. The band is named after an obscure Louis Armstrong composition and performs a Louis Armstrong set at most festivals.
  2. Mooguzahn
    Cornet Chop Suey Ain't Misbehavin' Once In A While Rockin' Chair St. Louis Blues Dippermouth Blues When It's Sleepytime Down South West End Blues Riverboat Shuffle Struttin' With Some Barbeque Old Second Line/New Second Line Hello Dolly What A Wonderful World. $18 Includes shipping and handling.
  3. Fenrirn
    Bessie Smith with Louis Armstrong, cornet "Heebie Jeebies" Jazz (Single) OKeh "West End Blues" Jazz (Single) OKeh "Weather Bird" Jazz (Single) OKeh with Earl Hines: "St. Louis Blues" Jazz (Single) OKeh with Red Allen: "Blue Yodel No. 9 (Standing on the Corner)" Country (Single) Victor
  4. Samular
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Louis Armstrong Legend on Discogs. Label: World Records (6) - CSM /// • Format: 4x, Cassette • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing.
  5. Arashitilar
    West End Blues: Cornet Chop Suey: Basin Street Blues: Twelfth Street Rag: I Can't Give You Anything But Love: Body And Soul: Stardust: Just A Gigolo: When It's Sleepy Time Down South: Chinatown My Chinatown: Mack The Knife: On The Sunny Side Of The Street: Royal Garden Blues: All Of Me: Tiger Rag: St. Louis Blues: Ain't Misbehavin' Black And.
  6. Moogubei
    rows · Louis Armstrong (August 4, - July 6, ) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, .
  7. Tajin
    When on June 28, , Louis Armstrong unleashed the spectacular cascading phrases of the introduction of West End Blues, he established the general stylistic direction of jazz for several decades to come. Beyond that, this performance also made clear that jazz could never again revert to being solely an entertainment or folk music.
  8. Kajigor
    “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.
  9. Yozshusida
    London (Cafe) Blues Written-By – J. R. Morton* 2: Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don't Love Nobody But Me) Written-By – J. Palmer*, S. Williams* 3: Terrible Blues Written-By – C. Williams* 4: Cold In Hand Blues Written-By – F. Longshaw*, J. Gee* 5: Cornet Shop Suey Written-By – L. Armstrong* 6: Wild.

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