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  • 1. Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington The Great Reunion Vogue VJD /2. 2. Louis Armstrong The Best Of Louis Armstrong EMI PMC 3. Louis Armstrong At The Crescendo Voi 1 Brunswick Records LAT 4. Louis Armstrong His Greatest Years Vol 1 EMI PMC 5. Louis Armstrong The Great Louis Armstrong Special Fontana
  • Louis Armstrong was raised by his grandmother until the age of five when he was returned to his mother. He spent his youth in poverty in a rough neighborhood known as The Battlefield. [13] At six he attended the Fisk School for Boys, [14] a school that accepted black children in the racially segregated system of New Orleans.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of His Greatest Years - Volume 1 on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - PMC • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono • Country: UK • .
  • of over 3, results for CDs & Vinyl: "Louis Armstrong" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Ella And Louis [LP] by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald, Ella Fitzgerald, et al. | out of 5 All Time Greatest Hits. by Louis Armstrong | out of 5 stars Vinyl.
  • LOUIS ARMSTRONG His Greatest Years Volume 3 ('s issue UK black & yellow Parlophone label track mono vinyl LP, laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve shows some light laminate creasing and scuffing with a little focxing to the unl aminated back, but the flipbacks are intact, and the vinyl shows just light signs of play - a great.
  • Great Satchmo: Live/ What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong (Vinyl, Feb, Vinyl Passion).
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  • Well, Louis made certain recordings, in the earliest days of jazz as did King Oliver (his "mentor") and others. Louis and his Hot Fives & Sevens are still some of the BEST representations of what this extraordinarily-remarkable trumpeter/cornetist achieved, in transforming jazz from a stiff, dance music (and/or a simple offshoot of ragtime) into the progressive, exceptional music that we 5/5(8).