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Hot Fives and Sevens

Armstrong, Louis (Music CD - 2002? )
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Hot Fives and Sevens
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Authors: Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971
Title: Hot Fives and Sevens
[sound recording]
Publisher: London, England : JSP Records, [2002?]
Characteristics: 4 sound discs :,digital ;,4 3/4 in
Statement of Responsibility: Louis Armstrong
Notes: JSP Records: JSPLOUISBOX 100 (JSPCD 312--JSPCD 315)
Jazz
Compact discs
Program notes by Charles Fox and Sally-Ann Worsfold included
Contents: My heart
Yes! I'm in the barrel
Gut bucket blues
Come back, sweet papa
Georgia grind
Heebie jeebies
Comet chop suey
Oriental strut
You're next
Muskrat rumble
Don't forget to mess around
I'm gonna gitcha
Dropping shucks
Who' sit
He likes it slow
The 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 from the West
Sunset Cafe stomp
You made me love you
Irish black bottom
Willie the weeper
Wild man blues
Chicago breakdown
Alligator crawl
Potato head blues
Melancholy blues
Weary blues
Twelfth Street rag
Keyhole blues
S.O.L. blues
Gully low blues
That's when I'll come back to you
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
Fireworks
Skip the gutter
A Monday date
Don't jive me
West End blues
Sugar foot strut
Two deuces
Squeeze me
Knee drops
Symphonic raps
Savoyers' stomp
No (no, Papa, no)
Basin Street blues
No-one else but you
Beau Koo Jack
Save it, pretty mama
Weather bird
Muggles
Heah me talkin' to ya?
St. James Infirmary
Tight like this (tight like that)
Knockin' a jug
I can't give you anything but love
Mahogany Hall stomp
Ain't misbehavin'
(What did I do to be so) Black and blue?
That rhythm man
Sweet Savannah Sue
Some of these days
Some of these days
When you're smiling
When you're smiling
After you've gone
I ain't got nobody
Dallas blues
St. Louis blues
Rockin' chair
Song of the islands
Bessie couldn't help it
Blue, turning grey over you
Dear old Southland
Rockin' chair
I can't give you anything but love
Additional Contributors: Hot Five
Hot Seven
Branch Call Number: CD Jazz ARMSTRONG
Performers: Louis Armstrong, cornet, trumpet, and vocals; with his Hot Five or Hot Seven.
Event: Recorded 1925-1928, in Chicago, and 1929-1930, in New York
Subject Headings: Jazz 1921-1930 Jazz vocals
Topical Term: Jazz
Jazz vocals
Publisher No: JSPLOUISBOX 100 JSP Records
JSPCD 312 JSP Records
JSPCD 313 JSP Records
JSPCD 314 JSP Records
JSPCD 315 JSP Records
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Between 1925 and 1929, Louis Armstrong created one of the first great bodies of work in jazz, beginning his career as a leader with the first all-star studio group in jazz, the Hot Five.
-Stuart Broomer


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