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Louis Armstrong's Dixieland Seven - Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans / Mahogany Hall Stomp flac album
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Louis Armstrong's Dixieland Seven - Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans / Mahogany Hall Stomp flac album

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Louis Armstrong's Dixieland Seven
Album:
Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans / Mahogany Hall Stomp
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Swing
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1152 mb
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A Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans (Meet The Boys)
Vocals [Refrain] – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Bob Carleton, Cliff Dixon*
B Mahogany Hall Stomp
Written-By – Spencer Williams

Notes

Film "New Orleans"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): D6-VB-2193
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): D6-VB-2194

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
20-2088 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans / Mahogany Hall Stomp ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor 20-2088 US 1946
45N 0831 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven / Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven / Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra - Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans / Mahogany Hall Stomp ‎(7", Single) RCA Italiana 45N 0831 Italy 1959
B 9588 Louis Armstrong's Dixieland Seven* Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans / Mahogany Hall Stomp ‎(Shellac, 10") His Master's Voice B 9588 Sweden Unknown
SG. 47 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans / Mahogany Hall Stomp ‎(Shellac, 10") La Voix De Son Maître SG. 47 France & Benelux 1946
E.A. 3559 Louis Armstrong & His Dixieland Seven* Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans / Mahogany Hall Stomp ‎(Shellac, 10") His Master's Voice E.A. 3559 Australia 1947

Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Bob Carleton, Cliff Dixon. B. Mahogany Hall Stomp. Louis Armstrong's Dixieland Seven. Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans, Mahogany Hall Stomp ‎(Shellac, 10").

B –Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra. Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven. Dixieland Seven Hall Stomp (Shellac, 10"). Were Born In New. Armstrong's.

Louis Armstrong (1901–1971), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, singer and occasional actor who was one of the most influential figures in jazz and in all of American popular music  . In most cases, the number of CD releases listed is limited, with preference given to the label that originally released the album. Where the Blues Were Born in New Orleans. You Won't Be Satisfied.

Louis Armstrongs Dixieland Seven - Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans, Mahogany Hall Stomp - 78 rpm 10" - HMV - B. 9588 In Excellent Condition WILL COMBINE POSTAGE FOR UP TO 10 RECORDS. Please check my other items. Label:The Jazz Club ‎– 2400591. Louis Armstrong ‎– Back O’ Town Blues. Side 2: Snake Rag, New Orleans Stomp, Bye And Bye, Back O’ Town Blues, I Want A Big Butter & Egg Man. Format:Vinyl, LP. Fair (F) - The record is still just playable but has not been cared for properly and displays considerable surface noise; it may even jump.

Album: Greatest Dixieland Jazz. Louis Armstrong & His Dixieland Seven: best 1 tracks. Louis Armstrong & His Dixieland Seven - Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans? Greatest Dixieland Jazz, 2009 04:00. Artist: Louis Armstrong & His Dixieland Seven.

Tags: New Orleans, Film, Jazz, Blues. Was sampled in 1 song. Multiple Elements Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. 1947 by Funky DL feat. Lei-An and Xantonè Blacq (2009).

Louis Armstrong was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. His real birth date is August 4, 1901, but some people believe it was July 4, 1900. Louis also played songs that you can hear anytime in New Orleans, such as "New Orleans Stomp", "Basin Street Blues", and the most popular one of all, "When the Saints Go Marching In". Louis was very famous for comedy on stage. While singing a song, he would say a joke or insult something (be bop). All the jazz bars and clubs on 52nd street in New York, were shut down. And most of the other popular/successful jazz artists died as well. But without Louis and Duke, but especially Louis, jazz wouldn't have lived nearly as long. Louis influenced people before his death like Clifford Brown, who influenced Lee Morgan, who influenced Russell Gunn and so on.