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Back O Town Blues - Louis Armstrong - Sings The Blues (CD)

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  1. Nekus says:
    I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues, Basin Street Blues, St. Louis Blues, The Blues Are Brewin', Rockin' Chair, Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans, Blues For Yesterday, Jack-Armstrong Blues (with Jack Teagarden), Blues In The South, Back O' Town Blues, Fifty-Fifty Blues (with Jack Teagarden), Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans.
  2. Garn says:
    Sings the Blues Louis Armstrong Format: Audio CD. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Back O' Town Blues Fifty-Fifty Blues Do You Know What Means To Miss New Orleans. Product details. Audio CD (June 8, ) Number of Discs: 1;.
  3. Mutaxe says:
    I had a woman Livin' way back o' town Yeah she treated me right Never let me down But I wasn't satisfied I had to run around Now she's gone and left me I'm worried as can be Oh I've searched this world all over Wonderin' where she could be I would ask that she forgive me And maybe she'll come back to me (But I doubt it) I'm lonesome an blue And I've learned a thing or two Oh fellas here's a tip .
  4. Mazucage says:
    Armstrong sings with more soul and feeling than those in the soul and R&B music world of today. Just listen to how he sings "Ole Miss Jones," for one example, while I can’t imagine another pure blues singer doing better than Armstrong on words like “Everybody,” where he bends the first syllable beyond the blue horizon.
  5. Doukinos says:
    Back O' Town Blues Lyrics: I had a woman / Livin' way back o' town / Yeah she treated me right / Never let me down / But I wasn't satisfied / I had to run around / Now she's gone and left me / I'm.
  6. Memuro says:
    Louis Armstrong (August 4, - July 6, ) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Coming to prominence in the s as an inventive trumpet and cornet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence in jazz, shifting the focus of the music from collective improvisation to solo.
  7. Zulugal says:
    Concert at the Crescendo Vol. 1 is a jazz album by jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong.. Track listing "Someday You'll Be Sorry" "St. Louis Blues" "Back O'Town Blues" "Big Mama's Back in Town" "Mop! Mop!" "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" Personnel. Louis Armstrong – Trumpet, vocals; Barney Bigard – Clarinet; Trummy Young – Trombone; Billy Kyle – Piano.
  8. Dojas says:
    Find the video and reviews of the song BACK O' TOWN BLUES by Louis Armstrong and The Jazz Foundation Six. Click here now to find out why others like this song!

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