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The Okeh, Columbia & RCA Victor Recordings - 1925-1933


The Okeh, Columbia & RCA Victor Recordings - 1925-1933 by Sony Legacy at Tony Reedus. MPN: 0886979456525. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Louis Armstrong's extraordinary early work forms the wellspring of jazz and much of American popular music. Armstrong's revolutionary trumpet playing


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Louis Armstrong's extraordinary early work forms the wellspring of jazz and much of American popular music. Armstrong's revolutionary trumpet playing established the solo improvisation as the focus of jazz performance. His equally inventive singing, loose and improvisatory yet always deeply emotive, has affected vocalists for nearly a century. In other words, he made the world swing.

Transforming jazz into high art, Armstrong quickly became an international icon. His natural hipness, combined with the joie de vivre and endearing personality that permeates all his music, kept Armstrong a beloved representative for America and its arts over the course of his five decades in the public eye.

Masterly late 1920's Hot Five and Hot Seven group performances such as "Potato Head Blues," "Cornet Chop Suey," "Struttin' With Some Barbecue" and "West End Blues" rewrote the book for instrumental improvisation, while "Heebie Jeebies," with Armstrong's stunning scat singing, broke open the frontiers of vocal interpretation. Armstrong's move to RCA found him caressing great popular songs like "I Gotta Right To Sing the Blues" and "I Got The World On A String," while continuing to lay down the law with such bravura instrumental sides as "Mahagony Hall Stomp" and "High Society."

No one had ever heard anything like Armstrong when these recordings were first issued; today, his joyous message resounds loud and clear.

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Manufacturer:Sony Legacy
Part Number:0886979456525
Publisher:Sony Legacy
Studio:Sony Legacy
MPN:0886979456525
UPC:886979456525
EAN:0886979456525
Item Weight:0.87 pounds
Item Size:5.25 x 1.43 x 1.43 inches
Package Weight:0.84 pounds
Package Size:5.2 x 1.42 x 1.42 inches

The Okeh, Columbia & RCA Victor Recordings - 1925-1933 by Sony Legacy

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