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Keyhole Blues - Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong (CD)

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  1. rows · Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven was a jazz studio group organized to make a series .
  2. Dec 04,  · Keyhole Blues, an EP by Louis Armstrong. Released in on Odeon (catalog no. 7 MOE ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Dixieland. Featured peformers: Louis Armstrong (cornet), John Thomas (trombone), Johnny Dodds (clarinet), Lil Hardin (piano), Johnny St. Cyr (banjo)/5(3).
  3. – Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* Keyhole Blues: E2 – Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* S.O.L. Blues Written-By – Armstrong* E3 – Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* Gully Low Blues (Mama, Why Do You Treat Me So?) Written-By – Armstrong* E4 – Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven* That's When I'll Come Back To You Written-By.
  4. 7. A Weary Blues 8. Twelfth Street Rag Chicago, May 13, 9. B Keyhole Blues – vLoA B S.O.L. Blues – vLoA Chicago, May 14, D Gully Low Blues B That’s When I’ll Come Back To You – VL/LA Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five: Louis Armstrong c-v/Kid Ory-tb/Johnny Dodds-cl/Lil Armstrong-p.
  5. "Keyhole Blues" was composed by Wesley Wilson, better known as "Kid Wilson" in the legendary vaudeville blues team of Coot Grant and Kid Wilson. Louis met the husband and wife team in New York during his tenure with Fletcher Henderson. In October , Louis backed Grant and Wilson on four numbers for Paramount Records.
  6. The album is full of classic tracks such as the hits "Big Butter and Egg Man" (with Armstrong and May Alix on vocals), "Keyhole Blues," "Potato Head Blues," and "Struttin' With Some Barbecue." What sounds like considerable sound processing has resulted in a hiss- and crackle-free sound that misses the highs as a result.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Satchmo Era [20 CD] - Louis Armstrong on AllMusic -
  8. Melancholy Blues / Keyhole Blues by Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven (Single, Dixieland): Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list - Rate Your Music Melancholy Blues / Keyhole Blues, a Single by Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven. Released in September on OKeh (catalog no. ; Shellac 10").

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