The Louis Armstrong Hot Five and Hot Seven Sessions were recorded between 1925 and 1928 by 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. These sessions, his solos in particular, set a standard musicians still strive to equal in their beauty and innovation.
Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five. 3. You Made Me Love You. Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five. 4. Irish Black Bottom. 5. Willie the Weeper. Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven. 7. Chicago Breakdown. Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven & Carroll Dickerson Orchestra. 9. Potato Head Blues.
Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, Louis Armstrong Hot Five. The Beginning - 1926. Louis Armstrong Hot Five. 2013 Sunset Cafe Stomp. Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five. Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five Heebie Jeebies. 2011 The Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven Vol 3, Louis Armstrong Best Recordings from the Twenties.
7 MOE 2008, MOE 2008. Louis Armstrong (7", EP). Odeon, Odeon. 7 MOE 2008, MOE 2008.
Opening this second volume of vintage Armstrong, the Hot Five's last three records of 1926 are peppered with hot vocals intended to entertain and amuse. May Alix shouts the lyrics to "Sunset Cafe Stomp" and Armstrong puts across an interesting tune referencing two downtrodden ethnic groups, Irish and Afro-American. You Made Me Love You" is not the venerable vaudeville number recorded by Al Jolson in 1913, but a punchy Armstrong original similar to the quaint syncopated love songs he had cooked up with Lil Hardin when they were still working for King Oliver
|Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven|
|A-1||The Last Time|
|A-4||Ory’s Creole Trombone|
|Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five|
|B-1||Potato Head Blues|
|B-4||Willie The Weeper|
- Distributed By – Carish S.p.A. Milano
- Artwork – A. Polillo*
- Banjo – Johnny St. Cyr (tracks: A-1 to B-4)
- Bass Tuba – Pete Briggs (tracks: A-1 to A-4)
- Clarinet – Johnny Dodds (tracks: A-1 to B-4)
- Cornet – Louis Armstrong (tracks: A-1 to B-4)
- Drums – Warren «Baby» Dodds* (tracks: A-1 to A-4)
- Liner Notes – Giuseppe Barazzetta
- Piano – Lil Hardin Armstrong* (tracks: A-1 to B-4)
- Trombone – Edward «Kid» Ory* (tracks: A-1 to B-4)
NotesSame artwork of Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five And Seven Vol. II B.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): AR 126-21 M3-138293
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): AR 127-21 M3-138294