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Author Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971.

Title The complete Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings [sound recording] / Louis Armstrong.

Publication Info. New York : Columbia Legacy, [2000]
℗2000
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 Naper Blvd. Adult Compact Discs  JAZZ ARMSTRON COMPLETE    DUE 10-12-21
 Nichols Adult Compact Discs  JAZZ ARMSTRON COMPLETE    AVAILABLE
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Description 4 sound discs : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Jazz ensembles recorded in the 1920s by OKeh Records.
Compact discs.
Contents Disc 1. Gut bucket blues ; My heart ; Yes! I'm in the barrel ; Come back, sweet papa ; Georgia grind ; Heebie Jeebies ; Cornet chop suey [F] ; 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 -- Disc 2. 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 had the blues ; Put it where I can get it ; Wash woman blues ; I've stopped my man ; Georgia bo bo ; Drop that sack ; Cornet chop suey (E-flat) -- Disc 3. 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) ; Melancholy (Dodds) ; You're a real sweetheart ; Too busy ; Was it a dream? ; Last night I dreamed you kissed me -- Disc 4. Fireworks ; Skip the gutter ; A Monday date ; Don't jive me ; West End blues ; Sugar foot stomp ; 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't give you anything but love ; Mahogany Hall stomp ; Knockin' a jug.
Performer Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, his Hot Seven, or his Hot Four ; also with his Savoy Ballroom Five ; with Lil's Hot Shots ; and with the Carroll Dickerson Orchestra.
Awards Grammy Award winner: best historical album.
Subject Jazz -- Sound recordings.
Local Subject GRAMMY AWARD WINNERS, 2000.
Added Author Hot Five.
Hot Seven.
Hot Four.
Carroll Dickerson's Savoy Orchestra.
Music No. C4K 63527 Columbia Legacy
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