West End Blues" is a multi-strain twelve-bar blues composition by Joe "King" Oliver. It is most commonly performed as an instrumental, although it has lyrics added by Clarence Williams. King Oliver and his Dixie Syncopators made the first recording for Brunswick Records on June 11, 1928. Clarence Williams later added lyrics to the instrumental tune.
Louis Armstrong West End Blues (2000 Remastered Version) (2000 Remastered Version). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Louis Armstrong West End Blues (1928). Louis Armstrong – West End Blues Label: CBS – LSP 980624-1 Series: Maestros Del Jazz – Format: Vinyl Оцифровка группы,,Раритетные Виниловые Пластинки,, 45:28.
They had been playing ‘West End Blues’ at the Savoy Ballroom, so all they were simply transferring their night time work to a record. Not that it was a case of one take performance, there were a number of attempts needed to perfect it, including one in which Singleton drops a cymbal. Papa Joe’ (King Oliver) wrote ‘West End Blues’, and it was he, along with his Dixie Syncopators that originally recorded a few weeks before Louis did his thing. Louis’s mentor’s version lacks all the fire of the Hot Five and cannot match the dexterity of Louis opening cadenzas.
Day Driving Drinking Hanging Out Housework Long Walk Road Trip. Complete Louis Armstrong, Vol. 4: West End Blues 1926-1928. Between November 1926 and December 1928, Louis Armstrong recorded about 67 titles as leader, sideman, and accompanist. Vol. 4 in Fremeaux's exhaustively complete Louis Armstrong series follows his footsteps as he recorded for OKeh, Vocalion, Brunswick, Columbia, and Odeon, leading his Hot Four, Five, and Seven as well as his Stompers and his Savoy Ballroom Five.
Chords for Louis Armstrong - West End Blues with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Wynton Marsallis - West End Blues - Jon Faddis - 8/17/1990 - Newport Casino (Official). King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, West End Blues (1928). Louis Armstrong - Basin Street Blues - 1964.
Album · 2016 · 18 Songs. 2. Basin Street Blues. 3. Black and Blue (What Did I Do to Be So). 1:45. 4. Dippermouth Blues.
|A1||–Louis Armstrong||Alligator Crawl
Written-By – A. Razaf*, J. Davis*, T. Waller*
|A2||–Louis Armstrong||Potato Head Blues
Written-By – L. Armstrong*
|A3||–Louis Armstrong||Weary Blues
Written-By – A. Matthews*, C, Cates*, M. Greene*
|A4||–Louis Armstrong||S.O.L. Blues
Written-By – L. Armstrong*
|A5||–Louis Armstrong||That's When I'll Come Back To You
Written-By – F. Biggs*
|A6||–Louis Armstrong||Wild Man Blues
Written-By – F. Morton*, L. Armstrong*
|A7||–Louis Armstrong||Chicago Breakdown
Written-By – F. Morton*
|B1||–Louis Armstrong||A Monday Date
Written-By – E. Hines*, S. Robin*
|B2||–Louis Armstrong||West End Blues
Written-By – C. Williams*, J. Oliver*
|B3||–Louis Armstrong||Sugar Foot Strut
Written-By – B. Pierce*, C. Schwab*, H. Myers*
|B4||–Louis Armstrong||Squeeze Me
Written-By – C. Williams*, T. Waller*
|B5||–Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five||Savoyageur's Stomp
Written-By – Carroll Dickerson's Savoyagers
|B6||–Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five||Beau Koo Jack
Written-By – A. Hill*, D. Redman*, L. Armstrong*, W. Melrose*
|B7||–Louis Armstrong And His Savoy Ballroom Five||Save It, Pretty Mama
Written-By – D. Redman*, J. Davis*, P. Denniker*
|CSP 980624-4||Louis Armstrong||West End Blues (Cass, Comp)||CBS||CSP 980624-4||Spain||1988|