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Louis Armstrong - Classics Vol. 2: 1926-1927

Louis Armstrong - Classics Vol. 2: 1926-1927

Performer: Louis Armstrong
Title: Classics Vol. 2: 1926-1927
Style: Dixieland
Cat#: 3 C052-04409 M, 3C 052-04409 M
Country: Italy
Label: Odeon
Size MP3 version: 2125 mb
Size FLAC version: 1187 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 477
Genre: Jazz

Louis Armstrong - Classics Vol. 2: 1926-1927


1Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveIrish Black Bottom
2Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenS.O.L. Blues
3Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveI'm Not Rough
4Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveOry's Creole Tormbone
5Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveJazz Lips
6Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenThat's When I'll Come Back To You
7Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveSunset Cafè Stomp
8Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveThe Last Time
9Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveHotter Than That
10Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveSavoy Blues
11Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenKeyhole Blues
12Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveOnce In A While
13Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveSkid-Dat-De Dat
14Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveYou Made Me Love You


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MOEQ 27007Louis Armstrong Classics Vol. 2: 1926-1927 ‎(LP, Comp)OdeonMOEQ 27007Italy1959


  • BanjoJohnny St. Cyr
  • ClarinetJohnny Dodds
  • CornetLouis Armstrong
  • CoverGuido Crepax
  • DrumsWarren «Baby» Dodds (tracks: A4 to A7)
  • GuitarLonnie Johnson (tracks: B4 to B7)
  • Liner NotesGiuseppe Barazzetta
  • PianoLil Hardin Armstrong
  • TromboneJohn Thomas (tracks: A4, B1 to B7), Edward «Kid» Ory (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to A7)
  • TubaPete Briggs (tracks: A4 to A7)
  • VocalsLil Armstrong (tracks: A7), Louis Armstrong (tracks: A2, A4 to B1, B3, B5, B6), Max Alix (tracks: A3)


An earlier pressing exists.

A1 to A3 recorded in Chicago, 16th November 1926.
A4, B1 recorded in Chicago, 27th November 1926.
A5, A6 recorded in Chicago, 13th May 1927.
A7 recorded in Chicago, 14th May 1927.
B2 recorded in Chicago, 2nd September 1927.
B3 recorded in Chicago, 6th September 1927.
B4 to B7 recorded in Chicago, 10th December 1927.


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 3XPH•3015•I • 27•7•959 04409-M-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 3XPH•3016•I • 27•7•959 04409-M-B
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.


  • Manufactured By – EMI Italiana S.p.A.


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