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Louis Armstrong - Volume 6 - 1925 (CD)

This disc comprises of two sessions, both recorded in Holland. The first, tracks , was rec orded October and the second, tracks , in July Issued in a great monochrome picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only minor wear and the vinyl looks barely played SM The sleeve some ringwear to the unlaminated back but is in otherwise excellent condition with the vinyl looking barely played, complete with intact 3-prong centre TFE The vinyl looks barely played SS The cover is Excellent with ver y little wear with a tape reinforced bottom edge.

The vinyl is Near Mint. The sleeve shows just a little light edgewear in just a couple of places from storage whilst the vinyl remains as fresh as it did back in ! SM3 The sleeve is in supe rb shape, whilst aside from a small hairline on side 2, the vinyl barely appears played CL Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods.

Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date January 1, Genre Jazz Blues. Recording Date March 4, - May 29, Feeling Blue Late Night. Track Listing. Lawrence Brown.

Louis Armstrong. Of all the cuts on this CD, perhaps the first five will be most familiar. The five cuts with Ma Rainey feature three pieces and alternates.

On all five tracks he uses mutes; only in the four-measure turnaround at end of See See Rider does he remove the mute and play open horn. Unlike them, Trixie Smith was born into the black middle class, and she paid her dues in vaudeville and minstrel shows, as well as performing as a dancer, a comedian, an actress, and a singer.

But in its way it is still definitive—even with a certain smoothness, she delivers blues that are convincing, that one can believe.

She may well have had tongue-in-cheek inviting all the violence on her person, however, and this song could be a holdover from her vaudeville days. Once again Armstrong backs her with muted horn, giving a response, whether solo or leading the ensemble, to each phrase that she, as caller, utters, witness Mining Camp Blues or Railroad Blues.

The final vocals are delivered by a duo, Coot Grant and Wesley Wilson. Rather than blues singers, I would be more inclined classify them as a vaudeville act, given their treatment of the songs. The songs are interspersed with badinage aimed to amuse. Show all release groups instead , or show various artists release groups. See all tags. Brought to you by MetaBrainz Foundation and our sponsors and supporters. Cover Art provided by the Cover Art Archive.

Log In Create Account. Genres jazz , gospel , swing , vocal jazz , pop. Louis Armstrong Plays W. Louis Armstrong. Ella and Louis studio album. Ella and Louis Again. Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson.

Louis and the Good Book. I've Got the World on a String. Louie and the Dukes of Dixieland. American Freedom. Recording Together for the First Time. The Great Reunion. Hello, Dolly! Disney Songs the Satchmo Way.

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  1. Bajora says:
    Vol 6 Louis Armstrong Format: Audio CD. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, July 16, "Please retry" $ $ $ Audio CD $ 1 Used from $ 1 New from $ .
  2. Tezragore says:
    VOLUME 6 plays as a cross-section of what was happening in the spring of '25 and serves as a good introduction to the music of the period. Armstrong plays intros and obbligatos behind vaudeville circuit divas Trixie, Clara, and Bessie Smith (all unrelated) and appears as a featured soloist on a half-dozen cuts with the Fletcher Henderson orchestra (which also features a nascent Coleman Hawkins .
  3. Nak says:
    If one CD compilation could represent a body of work that defined the art of jazz during the mid-'20s, this might be it: cornetist Louis Armstrong's first recordings as leader of his own band, beginning in November of and covering almost exactly one year of vigorously creative activity as the OKeh record label's hottest act. In addition to Lil Hardin's skills as composer, pianist 9/
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    Box set comprising 6 individual CLASSICS releases in chronological order. Includes a banderole and additional booklet. "6 Compact Discs LOUIS ARMSTRONG Complete recordings in chronological order Contains 7 booklets with many rare photos Made in the E.E.C. (C) Classics Records" Misspelt 'The Chronogical Classics' on the front.
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