Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong

Real Name:
Louis Daniel Armstrong
Profile:
American jazz trumpeter, singer and bandleader, nicknamed "Satchmo" or "Pops".
Born 4 August 1901 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA (often also noted as 4 July 1900, based on erroneous information from Armstrong himself).
Died 6 July 1971 in New York City, New York, USA.
Along with Fletcher Henderson he was the instigator of the second wave of jazz, Swing.
Inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 1990 (Early Influence).
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Louis Armstrong Discography

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Louis Armstrong Jazz Classics (Album) Brunswick US 1944 Sell This Version
C-73, C 73 Louis Armstrong And Earl Hines Louis Armstrong And Earl Hines - Louis And Earl(4xShellac, 10", Album) Columbia, Columbia C-73, C 73 US 1944 Sell This Version
A-662 Ella Fitzgerald Sings With Mills Brothers*, Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five, Louis Armstrong, Delta Rhythm Boys* Ella Fitzgerald Sings With Mills Brothers*, Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five, Louis Armstrong, Delta Rhythm Boys* - Ella Fitzgerald Sings With Mills Brothers, Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five, Louis Armstrong, Delta Rhythm Boys(4xShellac, 10", Album) Decca A-662 US 1948 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong Classics: New Orleans To New York (Comp) Decca US 1950 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong Satchmo Sings (Album) Decca US 1950 Sell This Version
7001 Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong: Volume Six(LP, Mono) Jolly Roger (2) 7001 US 1950 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong's Town Hall Concert (Album) RCA Victor US 1951 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong Jam Session Mit Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong In Boston Brunswick, Brunswick Germany 1952 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong With Orchestra Directed By Sy Oliver Louis Armstrong With Orchestra Directed By Sy Oliver - Satchmo Serenades (Album, EP) Decca US 1952 Sell This Version
Ella Fitzgerald Und Louis Armstrong Ella Fitzgerald Und Louis Armstrong - Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong Brunswick Germany 1952 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong With Orchestra Directed By Sy Oliver Louis Armstrong With Orchestra Directed By Sy Oliver - Satchmo Serenades (Album, Comp) Decca US 1952 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong Jazzin' With Armstrong Columbia Germany 1953 Sell This Version
AL 3501 Louis Armstrong Plays The Blues(10", Album, Mono) London Records AL 3501 UK 1953 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong And The Mills Brothers Louis Armstrong And The Mills Brothers - Louis Armstrong And The Mills Brothers (Album) Decca US 1954 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong Plays W. C. Handy (Album) Columbia US 1954 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong Sings The Blues (Comp, EP, Album) RCA Victor US 1954 Sell This Version
CL 6335 Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy Vol. II(10", Album) Columbia CL 6335 US 1954 Sell This Version
CL 6334 Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy Vol. I(10", Mono) Columbia CL 6334 US 1954 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong Jam Session Mit Louis Armstrong Brunswick Germany 1955 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong At The Crescendo Vol. 2 (Album) Brunswick UK 1955 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong At The Crescendo Vol. 1 (Album) Decca US 1955 Sell This Version
FR10-856 Louis Armstrong Concert At the Crescendo With The All-stars(10") Festival Records FR10-856 Australia 1955 Sell This Version
Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong - High Society (Album) Capitol Records US 1956 Sell This Version
The Universal-International Orchestra, Louis Armstrong The Universal-International Orchestra, Louis Armstrong - Music From The Sound Track Of The Universal-International Picture The Glenn Miller Story (Album) Decca Canada 1956 Sell This Version
Louis Armstrong And Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra And Chorus Louis Armstrong And Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra And Chorus - Louis Armstrong And Gordon Jenkins (Album, EP) Decca Australia 1956 Sell This Version

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elysakhai

elysakhai

July 16, 2015
Rest in piece master!
junkmale

junkmale

February 16, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
Considered by some to be the greatest musical entertainer of the 20th century, Louis was certainly one of the greatest ever trumpeters with an unsurpassed clarity of tone and a style all his own. Louis was introduced to the trumpet at the Waif's Home in New Orleans, a juvenile delinquent institute he was sent to after being arrested for firing a pistol in the air while celebrating new year. His unique gravelly voice is as instantly recognisable as his trumpet playing, and he's often credited with inventing scat singing style.

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