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Some Of These Days (Take B) - Louis Armstrong - The Big Bands 1928-1930 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Louis Armstrong (), the fabulous ‘Satchmo’, was the single most important innovator in early jazz. By , he had become a popular entertainer and a familiar presence in musical films. His vocals were imitated by a host of admirers but it’s his majestic trumpet which scores, supported by Sid Catlett’s slick drumming, as he.
  2. Louis Daniel Armstrong was born on August 4, , in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, to William Armstrong, a factory worker, and Mary Albert. His family was very poor. His father abandoned the family when Louis was young. His mother often had to resort to prostitution to provide for the family.
  3. May 29,  · Louis Daniel Armstrong (August 4, -- July 6, ) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Song Some of These Days [Vocal].
  4. Aug 22,  · Armstrong was born on August 4, , into a poverty-ridden section of New Orleans nicknamed “the Battlefield.” His father abandoned the family when Armstrong was a child, and his teenaged.
  5. Louis Armstrong (–), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, singer and occasional actor who was one of the most influential figures in jazz and in all of American popular music. His career spanned five decades, from the s to the s, and different eras in jazz. Coming to prominence in the s as an "inventive" trumpet and cornet player, Armstrong .
  6. Music lovers got the opportunity of hearing Louis Armstrong sing and play jazz in the rather unique setting of big swing bands. This 2-CD set presents 42 very good examples of Louis Armstrong singing (on 41) and playing jazz trumpet (on all 42) in front of some of those good big bands. Now, listen to what it sounds like in Heaven!
  7. Jun 04,  · During , Armstrong’s recordings with his small groups (the Hot Five, Hot Seven and his Savoy Ballroom Five), revolutionized jazz, containing some of his most brilliant trumpet playing.
  8. Nov 28,  · The rap on these recordings are that none of the bands that Armstrong worked with from the Hot 7 in the late 20s until he formed his All-Stars after WWII were any good. They weren't, and certainly none were up to Louis's speed, but then only a handful of musicians have every walked the Earth were up to Louis's speed/5(12).
  9. Armstrong often stated that he was born on July 4, Although he died in , it was not until the mids that his true birth date, August 4, , was discovered by Tad Jones by researching baptismal records. At least three other biographies treat the July 4 .