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Download (Yes!) Im In The Barrel - Louis Armstrong - The Hot Fives, Volume I (CD) album flac mp3


1988
Label: CBS - CBS 460821 2 • Series: CBS Jazz Masterpieces • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland
(Yes!) Im In The Barrel - Louis Armstrong - The Hot Fives, Volume I (CD)

 · The naming of the songs was even an afterthought. “Yes! I’m in the Barrel” was the second song pressed from the first “Hot Five” sessions. I think it was fitting to have “My Heart,” written by Lil Armstrong as the first pressed single. I don’t know too many specifics about Louis Armstrong’s career without looking them up, but Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.

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Released Febru ℗ Originally Released , SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. Also available in the iTunes Store.

 · With superior transfers by British music engineer John R.T. Davies, this JSP reissue of the first 25 sides by Louis Armstrong's Hot Fives and Hot Sevens is a first-choice disc for newcomers, while also being a very worthwhile purchase for the discriminating fan. Columbia's more high-profile, yet poorly remastered early Armstrong releases are muddy and limp sounding in comparison.

Louis Armstrong's legendary quintet and septet recordings from the mid-'20s, known as the Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings, may not exactly be ground zero for jazz, but they certainly mark the beginning of jazz as an American music of unique distinction, pointing out as they do the genre's immense possibilities and versatility, and in Armstrong, jazz had its first true public and enduring Price: $


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