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9 thoughts on “ Mandy, Make Up Your Mind - Louis Armstrong - The Genius Of Louis Armstrong Volume 1: 1923-1933

  1. Full music credits for Louis Armstrong: performances. Roles performed: vocals, cornet, trumpet, guest, writer. Releases include: The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Louis Armstrong), The Genius of Louis Armstrong Volume 1: , Hot Five & Hot Seven Masterpieces.
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  3. Title: The Genius Of Louis Armstrong Volume 1: Description: Recordings from Double LP in gatefold cover. Oldtime Jazz. Tracklisting: A1 Clarence Williams' Blue Five – Mandy, Make Up Your Mind A2 Bertha "Chippie" Hill - Lonesone, All Alone And Blue A3 Nolan Welsh - The Bridwell Blues A4 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five – Cornet Shop Suey A5 Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Genius Of Louis Armstrong on Discogs/5(3).
  5. Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Vinyl Record Albums. Catalogue for old, rare, promo and collectible vinyl records. Best selection and great prices of collectible vinyl records and marbles. Shipped overnight to arrive the next day at your front door. Your one stop source for vinyl records, old marbles, antiques and collectibles. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.
  6. Songtexte und Videos vom Album The Genius of Louis Armstrong Volume 1: von Louis Armstrong und vieles mehr findest du auf folkmetal.fivegallonbucket.netinfo
  7. Among these ground breaking sides, were “ Wild Cat Blues, ” “ Kansas City Man, ” “ Texas Moaner Blues, ” “ Mandy, Make Up Your Mind. ” Joined by his old-time New Orleans musical associate Louis Armstrong, Bechet performed on Williams ‘ legendary composition “ Cake Walkin ’ Babies From Home.
  8. Top: excerpt from the straight melody of "Mandy, Make Up Your Mind" by George W. Meyer & Arthur Johnston. Bottom: corresponding solo excerpt by Louis Armstrong (). Armstrong's solos were a significant factor in making jazz a true 20th-century folkmetal.fivegallonbucket.netinfotive forms: Art rock, funk, krautrock, .
  9. Mar 28,  · An early (if not the first) appearance of the sarrusophone in a jazz group was in the recording of "Mandy, Make Up Your Mind" by the Clarence Williams Blue Five, a group that was famous for having Louis Armstrong in it. But the song featured not Satchmo but Sidney Bechet, on soprano sax and sarrusophone.5/5(1).

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