West End Blues

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  1. rows · Watch the video for West End Blues from King Oliver's Riverside Blues for free, and see . Reply
  2. West End Blues Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five. date: style: New Orleans jazz form: bar blues. personnel: Louis Armstrong, trumpet and vocal; Fred Robinson, trombone; Jimmy Strong, clarinet; Earl Hines, piano; Mancy Cara, banjo; Zutty Singleton, drums What to Listen For: Armstrong as trumpet soloist and scat vocalist. Reply
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    Lyrics to "West End Blues" on lassculleberrocomrasotquidicmettbubb.coinfo Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong (August 4, – July 6, ), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and . Reply
  4. West End Blues Lyrics: So tall and slender / Daddy was a charmer / He was a handsome man / But when he'd move it / Lord the ladies lose it / Daddy was a . Reply
  5. Aug 06,  · "West End Blues" was a sleepy Southern blues tune written by Joe "King" Oliver until it landed in the hands of trumpeter Louis Armstrong in the late s, at a recording studio in Chicago. Reply
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Louis Armstrong - West-End Blues at Discogs. Complete your Louis Armstrong collection/5(7). Reply
  7. Louis Armstrong’s ‘West End Blues’, The Day Jazz Changed Forever It was 28 June , when Louis Armstrong and the Hot Five recorded one of the landmark recordings of the 20th century: West End. Reply
  8. Jan 14,  · “West End Blues” was written by King Oliver as a blues song, named for the West End of New Orleans, Louisiana, a popular picnic and entertainment area on Lake Pontchartrain. But it was Armstrong’s version of the song, made a few weeks after Oliver’s, that made it a landmark jazz recording. Reply
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    This powerpoint will analyse West End Blues by Louis Armstrong under the catagories; Form, harmony, instrumentation and timbre, melody, rhythm and metre, texture, tonality, performer/composer audience and . Reply

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