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  1. 1925 — Hot Fives & Sevens, vol.1; 1926 — Hot Fives & Sevens, vol.2; 1927 — Hot Fives & Sevens, vol.3; 1928 — Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra; 1929 — Hot Fives & Sevens, vol.4; 1930 — Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra; 1931 — Stardust; 1932 — The Fabulous Louis Armstrong; 1933 — More Greatest Hits; 1934 — Paris Session

  2. About Our Coalition. Prop 30 is supported by a coalition including CalFire Firefighters, the American Lung Association, environmental organizations, electrical workers and businesses that want to improve California’s air quality by fighting and preventing wildfires and reducing air pollution from vehicles.

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  4. Louis Armstrong in Prague Lucerna Hall 1965 (Panton, 1979) – reissued on CD in 2000 by Columbia; Louis Armstrong's All Time Greatest Hits (MCA, 1994) 16 Most Requested Songs (Columbia/Legacy, 1994) Louis Armstrong Hot Five and Hot Seven Sessions. Hot Fives & Sevens (JSP, 1998) The Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia/Legacy)

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Max_RoachMax Roach - Wikipedia

    The Clifford Brown/Max Roach Quintet created one of the very greatest string of small-group recordings in jazz history, worthy of consideration alongside the Hot Fives and Sevens of Louis Armstrong and the quintets of Charlie Parker and Miles Davis.

  6. Hot Fives & Sevens (JSP) 2. The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings, Vol. 1-4 (Legacy/Columbia) 3. The Best of Louis Armstrong: The Best of the Hot Fives and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia/Legacy) 4. 25 Greatest Hot Fives & Sevens (Living Era/ASV) Styles: New Orleans jazz, Dixieland, trad jazz.Dec 03, 2013 · Highest Rated Jazz Albums of All Time Decade All Time Source Consequence of ...

  7. 01/11/2021 · The long-playing 33 1/3rpm record didn’t exist when New Orleans trumpet sensation and scat singer Louis Armstrong (aka “Satchmo”) helped to define what US writer F Scott Fitzgerald described ...