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Who created it? Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971.
What's it called? The complete Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings [sound recording] / Louis Armstrong.
Who published it? New York : Columbia Legacy, p2000.
Location Call No. Status
What's it like? 4 sound discs : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book.
Helpful notes! Jazz ensembles recorded in the 1920s by OKeh Records.
Compact discs.
Selections originally issued on 78rpm analog shellac discs.
Essays and recording notes by various authors in book.
What's in it? 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 strut ; 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.
Performers! 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.
Helpful notes! Recorded in Chicago 1925-1929.
Helpful subjects! Jazz -- 1921-1930.
More people who helped! Hot Five.
Hot Seven.
Hot Four.
Hot Five.
Hot Five.
Carroll Dickerson's Savoy Orchestra.
Special numbers! C4K 63527 Columbia Legacy
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