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  1. The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings [Columbia / Legacy] (4-CD Box Set) by Louis Armstrong - CD () for $ from amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo Jazz Entertainment Weekly: Ranked #1 in EW's Top 3 Jazz Albums of - ' Utterly indispensable ' - Order by Phone 1 4/5(44).
  2. Louis Armstrong - Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings, Vol. 2 music CD album at CD Universe, Rec, Nov,Dec,, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  3. Louis Armstrong ‎– The Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven Recordings レーベル: Columbia ‎– C4K, Legacy ‎– C4K
  4. Louis Armstrong ‎– The Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven Recordings Label: Columbia ‎– C4K, Legacy ‎– C4K
  5. Hot Fives & Sevens is a box set collection of recordings made by American jazz trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong with his Hot Five, Hot Seven, and other groups between and First released on JSP Records on 22 August , the set was subsequently reissued on Definitive in A four-disc compilation, the set has received a "crown" as an author's pick .
  6. Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven May 13, Chicago, IL Dick Baker notes that the exact authorship of Keyhole Blues is a matter of some debate. Rick Riccardi asserts the song was written by Wesley Wilson, who had worked with Armstrong in Fletcher Henderson's band and who also made a recording of a Keyhole Blues the following year that bears.
  7. The Complete Hot Five And Hot Seven Recordings [Columbia/Legacy] [Box] by Louis Armstrong This four-CD set brings together all the recordings made during the period of the Hot Five and Hot Sevens along with all the attendant recordings that Armstrong was involved in during this breakthrough period.
  8. The Complete Hot Five And Hot Seven Recordings Volume 2. Columbia: GA. Buy download online. Louis Armstrong Hot Five, Johnny Dodds (clarinet), Kid Ory (trombone), Lil Armstrong (piano), Louis Armstrong (trumpet), Louis Armstrong (vocal), May Alix (vocal), Johnny St. Cyr (banjo), Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five, Henry (Hy) Clark (trombone), Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven.

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