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8 thoughts on “ The Memphis Blues (Or Mister Crump) - Louis Armstrong - Plays W.C. Handy (CD, Album)

  1. Plays W.C. Handy buy CD music Kerem Gi¶rsev released his latest album "Therapy" in December After this, he has always liked bop and bebop music. In , he participated in the International Ankara Jazz Festival followed by a series of concerts in the southeast of the country, including Gaziantep, Antakya and Adana.
  2. "Mr. Crump" Subtitled "Mr. Crump", "The Memphis Blues" is said to be based on a campaign song written by Handy for Edward Crump, a mayoral candidate in Memphis, Tennessee. Handy claimed credit for writing "Mr. Crump", but Memphis musicians say it was written by Handy.
  3. Potato Head Blues (Album Version) by Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven. Not Available 9: The Memphis Blues (Or Mister Crump) by Louis Armstrong & His All Stars. Not Available 7: Interview with W.C. Handy by Louis Armstrong & His All Stars. .
  4. Memphis blues of Mister Crump Contributor Names Handy, W.C. (composer) Prince's Band (performer) Created / Published Columbia, []. Subject Headings.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Plays W.C. Handy on Discogs/5(5).
  6. Album Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy. Hesitating Blues Lyrics. Hello central, what's the matter with this line? I wanna talk to that high brown of mine The Memphis Blues (or Mister Crump).
  7. Mar 25,  · This "tribute" album to the master composer of the blues: W.C Handy features the All Stars in full flow. I am really a Hot Fives / Hot Sevens fan, and can give Armstrong's "middle career of the thirties and forties" a miss, but he seemed to come alive again with the advent of the AllStars/5(79).
  8. TracklistHide Credits 1 –Louis Armstrong St. Louis Blues Written-By – W. C. Handy 2 –Louis Armstrong Yellow Dog Blues Written-By – W. C. Handy 3 –Louis Armstrong Loveless Love Written-By – W. C. Handy 4 –Louis Armstrong Aunt Hagar's Blues Written-By – J. T. Brymn*, W. C. Handy 5 –Louis Armstrong Long Gone (From The Bowlin' Green) Written-By – C. Smith.

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