Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven was a jazz studio group organized to make a series of recordings for Okeh Records in Chicago, Illinois, in May Hot Five recordings · "Put 'Em Down Blues" (E.J. Bennett) · "Ory's Creole Trombone" (Ory) · "The Last Time" (Ewing, Martin) · "Struttin' With Some. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Hot Seven Blues Session" on Discogs. Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven were the companion sessions of the Hot Five sides. The personnel is the same as the first Hot Five records except that. All tolled, the Hot Five/Seven sessions constitute 89 recordings including dozens of Armstrong- penned numbers including “Potato Head Blues,” “Gully Low Blues,”. Hot Seven Blues Session from Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven () (7inch). And other albums from Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven are available on sale at. Hot Seven Blues Session from Louis Armstrong () (7inch). And other albums from Louis Armstrong are available on sale at Recordsale. Focusing squarely upon the different incarnations of the Hot Five and Hot. Seven, Phil Schaap documents the nuts and bolts of each studio session, ev- ery. This is the first of four sessions finish off the set of recordings begun on May 7, and also represent the extent of the "Hot Seven" records: WILD MAN BLUES/. Things we take for granted now — the solo that tells a story, scat singing — find their roots in the work of these Armstrong-led bands. The album's 18 tracks.
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