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  3. Oct 01,  · The more you listen to young Louis Armstrong, the more you hear. The more you hear, the more you realize the extent to which jazz evolved from his intelligence, imagination, daring and sense of form. He shaped the music. To one who has listened extensively to the Hot Fives and Hot Sevens in all of their reissue reincarnations, revelations keep.
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  5. Dec 15,  · Louis Armstrong The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia Legacy) The superlatives have been floated for decades: the Rosetta Stone of jazz, the roadmap of American music, the.
  6. Louis Armstrong ‎– The Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven Recordings, Vol. 2 Label: Columbia ‎– CK , Legacy ‎– CK /5(4).
  7. 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 /5(67).
  8. Label: Columbia - C4K ,Legacy - C4K • Format: 4x, CD Compilation, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Louis Armstrong - The Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven Recordings (, CD) | Discogs5/5(2).
  9. Album. The Louis Armstrong Hot Five and Hot Seven Sessions were recorded between 19by Louis Armstrong with his Hot Five and Hot Seven groups. According to the National Recording Registry, "Louis Armstrong was jazz's first great soloist and is among American music's most important and influential figures.

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