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8 comments on “ Hello, Dolly! - Louis Armstrong - Giganci Jazzu 7 (CD)

  1. Jul 30,  · That night Louis Armstrong and the Allstars played "Hello, Dolly!" and the crowd went wild. By May, the record had incredibly pushed The Beatles out of the number-one spot on the Billboard top
  2. Mar 05,  · This recording is a cover of Hello, Dolly! (Bb) as made famous by Louis Armstrong - This version is not the original version, and is not performed by Louis Armstrong.
  3. "Hello, Dolly!" was a big hit for Louis Armstrong when this record was released. It's not hard to hear why. The strong New Orleans spices he and the All Stars add to the song turn it into a very special recording. The song selections for the album are good.
  4. Oct 25,  · My copy seems to match this version (mostly). My labels look the same, and my runouts are very close (side 1 is stamped KSA 1 A1) (side 2 has stamped 1 A1), but my cover has the black circle on upper left that says "Included in this album I STILL GET JEALOUS" like Louis Armstrong - Hello, Dolly!/5().
  5. Hello, Dolly:Louis Armstrong. #1 in It broke the Beatles' streak of 3 #1 hits in a row. The nickname 'Satchmo' stood for 'Satchel Mouth.'.
  6. "Louis Armstrong's 'Hello Dolly!'" may have been one of the last acoustic jazz hit records in the sixties. Unlike Matt's copy, however, my recently purchased MCA CD has all the tracks extant, but MCA hasn't gotten the credits completely correct: Russell Moore IS playing trombone on one of the sides that the liner notes say he's not/5(8).
  7. Comments: 6. Fred Gray from Virginia The lyrics were copied from the Louis Armstring recording, and as such the second line is not "This is miss Dolly" but "This is Louis, Dolly". Louis Armstrong name is often misprinounced as "Looie" but he insisted it was to be pronouced "Loo-iss." Barry from Sauquoit, Ny Jerry Herman, born Gerald Sheldon Herman, passed away at .
  8. Nov 11,  · Nobody can really explain why Louis Armstrong’s 'Hello Dolly' hit #1 in A so-so Broadway show tune, performed by the kind of small polyphonic jazz ensemble Armstrong had pioneered 40 years.

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