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  1. Aug 22,  · Armstrong was born on August 4, , into a poverty-ridden section of New Orleans nicknamed “the Battlefield.” His father abandoned the family when Armstrong was .
  2. an evening with louis armstrong and his all-stars (live, pasadena civic auditorium) louis armstrong and his original all stars (club-sonderauflage) gene norman presents an evening with louis armstrong and his all-stars in concert at the pasadena ci GNP Crescendo - United States - GNP5 -
  3. Here are Louis Armstrong and his All Stars at two different locations in San Francisco , doing what they loved and did best: playing Jazz of a quality defying description, and, as Louis would have said “pleasing the people”.
  4. Quality: FLAC 24 bit / kHz (Tracks) Artist: Louis Armstrong & His All Stars Title: What A Wonderful Christmas! Released: Style: Jazz RAR Size: Mb Tracklist: Louis Armstrong - Christmas In New Orleans (Remastered) () Louis Armstrong - White Christmas (Remastered) ().
  5. - Leonard Bernstein on Louis Armstrong (07/14/56)-"If anybody was Mr. Jazz it was Louis Armstrong. He was the epitome of jazz and always will be. He is what I call an American standard, an American original." - Duke Ellington (famous composer, pianist and bandleader of jazz orchestras)-"Louis Armstrong is jazz.
  6. Back O' Town Blues - (with Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars) 2. Basin Street Blues - (with Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars) $ on iTunes 3. Canal Street Blues; $ on iTunes 4. New Orleans Function: Flee As A Bird / Oh, Didn't He Ramble - (with Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars) $ on iTunes 5. Dear Old Southland; $ on iTunes 6. High.
  7. Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* An Evening With Louis Armstrong And His All Stars In Concert At The Pasadena Civic Auditorium ‎ (Cass) Delta (18), Delta (18) CAS , CAS 19 Germany: Unknown: Sell This Version/5(4).
  8. In that Chicago period, Mr. Armstrong began to make records under his own name, the first being "My Heart," recorded Nov. 12, Louis Armstrong's Hot Five (and later Hot Seven) recorded, over a three-year span, a series of jazz classics, with Earl (Fatha) Hines on the piano.

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