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Hello Dolly - Louis Armstrong - The Louis Armstrong Collection (CD)

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  • Tygodal
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    The 63 year old aging jazz icon knocked the Beatles out of the number one spot on the billboard charts with "Hello Dolly", over taking "Can't Buy Me Love", Making Louis the oldest person ever to score a #1 billboard hit. This latest Louis armstrong collection "The Hit years ", is a must have for all Armstrong fans/5(10).
  • Akinolar
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    Louis Armstrong (August 4, - July 6, ) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Coming to prominence in the s as an inventive trumpet and cornet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence in jazz, shifting the focus of the music from collective improvisation to solo.
  • Zulkizahn
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    Louis Armstrong Hello Dolly (Retro , reissue, made in Canada, UPC# ) (Category: Pop Vocal, Jazz Music CD) ¤NEW!¤ This hard-to-find Compact Disc is new, factory sealed, and guaranteed against manufacturer's defects! ¤NEW!¤Seller Rating: % positive.
  • Shacage
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    Dec 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Louis Armstrong The Great (Album face1) YouTube Louis Armstrong "The 25 best songs" GR /14 (Official Compilation) - Duration: Grecords 1, views.
  • Malashura
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    Louis Armstrong passed away in his sleep on July 6, , due to a heart attack, just shy of his 70th birthday. Yet, his legacy and his music will continue to live on.
  • Nikomi
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    Louis Armstrong: Hello, Dolly! Louis Armstrong. Vinyl. 33 offers from $ The Definitive Collection Louis Armstrong. out of 5 stars # 1 Best Seller in New Orleans Jazz. Audio CD. $ Louis Armstrong's Hello, Dolly! This album turns out to be one of Armstrong's best. Half of the songs are show tunes required by Kapp, but the /5(6).
  • Samuzuru
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    Armstrong recorded "Blueberry Hill" in , "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" in , and his famous version of "Hello Dolly" in The sound and the collection of instruments is a bit different from track to track, so these are probably from a lot of different concerts. (Except "Frankie and Johnny" is a studio, not a concert recording.)5/5(7).
  • Vukree
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    Aug 04,  · Looking back at the influential and iconic Louis Armstrong and five of his best songs. To talk about Pop Culture, Jazz and overall music in the 20th century and not mentioning Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong, would be ignoring history. The iconic and talented artist was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on August 4,
  • Volrajas
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    Containing only ten tracks (four of them under three minutes), this budget compilation touches upon Armstrong's traditional jazz background ("Jelly Roll Blues," "Tiger Rag," "Black and Blue," "St. James Infirmary," and the obligatory "When the Saints Go Marching In"); his latter day prowess as a pop singer ("Mack the Knife," "Cabaret" and "Hello Dolly") and his 7/
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