Louis Armstrongs Telephone - The Swing Ninjas - Do Ya Hallelujah? (CD, Album)


  1. Migami
    - Leonard Bernstein on Louis Armstrong (07/14/56)-"If anybody was Mr. Jazz it was Louis Armstrong. He was the epitome of jazz and always will be. He is what I call an American standard, an American original." - Duke Ellington (famous composer, pianist and bandleader of jazz orchestras)-"Louis Armstrong is jazz.
  2. Vinos
    The Swing Ninjas, Brighton and Hove. K likes. Playing shows a year - a vocal harmonising, vintage swing band with a New Orleans soul, based in Brighton (UK).
  3. Vigor
    This album is their first of original material and features a 7-piece line-up of superb jazz talent plus assorted guests and backing singers. From such inauspicious beginnings,DO YA HALLELUJAH.
  4. Akinojinn
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hallelujah!: Gospel - Louis Armstrong on AllMusic -
  5. Akinogore
    This song is by Louis Armstrong and appears on the compilation album A Chronological Study of the Louis Armstrong Orchestra - Volume 2 () and on the compilation album The Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra () by Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra. My heart gives a chil I feel such a thrill.
  6. Akinomuro
    Early Jazz, Swing, Gypsy (lossless) скачать через торрент бесплатно.
  7. Bami
    Here are 5 ways that you as a jazz pianist can learn from Louis Armstrong: 1. You'll develop a better sense of "swing!" Armstrong played with an exceptionally a strong sense of "swing," which is central to jazz. The bebop drummer Max Roach used to talk about this a lot.
  8. Dolrajas
    Swing, jive, jazz band formed in Playing and singing original songs as a mix of New Orleans swing and Parisian jazz from s, 30s and 40s, with a modern flair, all of .

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