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Armand Hug - Armand Hug's Ragtime Piano flac album
  • Performer Armand Hug
  • Title Armand Hug's Ragtime Piano
  • Style Ragtime
  • Other formats MP1 AIFF WMA FLAC AHX AU MP4
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1345 mb
  • Size FLAC 1410 mb
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Armand Hug - Armand Hug's Ragtime Piano - 7" Vinyl 45 Record Good Time Jazz.

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By Armand Hug, Edmon Souchon, Jo Linn. PLAY ALL. Released by VINTAGE MASTERS INC. May 2012 34 Tracks. By Armand Hug, Edmon Souchon, Jo Linn.

Armand Hug (December 6, 1910, New Orleans - March 19, 1977, New Orleans) was an American jazz pianist. He was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and spent most of his life there. When he was 13, he was playing professionally. In 1926 he joined a band led by Harry Shields, then was a member of the New Orleans Owls in 1928. He recorded for the first time in 1936, with Sharkey Bonano, though for his career he was known as a solo pianist.

Armand Hug. Piano, Primary Artist.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Kansas City Stomps
Written-By – Jelly Roll Morton
A2 Good Gravy Rag
Written-By – Armand Hug
B1 Frog-I-More Rag
Written-By – Jelly Roll Morton
B2 The Cosey Rag
Written-By – Shelton Brooks

Credits

  • Bass – John Senac
  • Drums – Abbie Brunies
  • Piano [Piano Solos] – Armand Hug
  • Sleeve Notes – Paul Fenton
  • Tuba – John Senac (tracks: A1)

Notes

Recorded New Orleans: June 4, 1950.