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8 thoughts on “ Gully Low Blues

  1. The Gully Low Blues are just about the most soulful recording ever. I think the biggest mistake, or where we went wrong listening to jazz records, was to stop really digging records like this and start calling them names like, "brilliant." It's the actual glory of this record that caused Louis to have a career singing What a Wonderful World for.
  2. Nov 25,  · But "Gully Low Blues" has a Matrix of D. According to the late discographer Jos Wilems, "The matrix number of 'Gully Low Blues' is in sequence with 'Keyhole Blues,' but there's a jump in the numbering for the next title, 'That's When I'll Come Back to You.' The original file card of 'Gully Low Blues' shows two takes, D and -E.
  3. Gully Low Blues - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven More by Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Bessie (Music from the HBO® Film).
  4. Gully Low Blues From the Album The Hot Fives And Hot Sevens, Volume Iii March 28, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs.
  5. "Gully Low Blues" conjures up the image of a very old black and white cartoon of say a scrappy junk yard dog who yearns to be with the poshy West Side poodle or something. Something about class struggle, something about love and insecurity and a boat load of other emotions.
  6. Sep 27,  · Gully Low Blues, a song by Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics corpinscontranikiholxioudeppherabu.coinfo Duration: 3 min.
  7. Louis Armstrong: Gully Low Blues for trumpet solo (transcription), intermediate trumpet (transcription) sheet music. Includes an High Quality PDF file to download instantly. Licensed to Virtual Sheet Music® by Hal Leonard® publishing company.
  8. motion picture | Made-for-TV series. Feature film (over 60 minutes). "St. Louis blues" by W. C. Handy, "Cornet chop suey", "Weatherbird" by Louis Armstrong, "Heebie jeebies" by Boyd Atkins, "Mahogany Hall stomp" by Spencer Williams, performed by Louis Armstrong; "The ramble" by Charlie Lawrence, performed by Paul Howard's Quality Serenaders; "Weary blues" (trad.), "Gully low blues" by Louis.

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