|Performer:||Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra|
|Title:||Chicago - The Living Legends|
|Category:||Jazz / Blues|
|Other format:||AA MIDI AC3 VOX MPC MP3 AU|
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Chicago: The Living Legends. Chicago: The Living Legends. Best known as the wife of jazz legend Louis Armstrong, Lil Hardin Armstrong was an exciting performer in her own right. This CD, a recording of a Chicago session in 1961, is an excellent example of her later work, featuring superb Dixieland-style jazz with Armstrong's exuberant piano. The Dixieland pieces (including Kid Ory's "Muskrat Ramble") are fast-paced and colorful, complemented by a few blues pieces performed with an attractive, smooth laziness. Her piano playing alone wouldn't merit this album. But the musicians are first rate. The most interesting thing is that it wasn't planned that way.
Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra - Chicago: The Living Legends Album. Artist: Lil Hardin Armstrong and Her Orchestra. Send "Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Chicago: The Living Legends.
Lillian "Lil" Hardin Armstrong (née Hardin; February 3, 1898 – August 27, 1971) was a jazz pianist, composer, arranger, singer, and bandleader . In Chicago, Hardin went back to work at Dreamland as a pianist in an orchestra for Mae Brady, a violinist and vaudeville stalwart. While there, she fell for Jimmie Johnson, a young singer from Washington, . whom she married on August 22, 1922. The marriage was short-lived, ending in divorce. In the late 1920s Hardin and Armstrong grew apart. He formed a new Hot Five with Earl Hines on piano. She would again appear on that label in 1961, participating in its project Chicago: The Living Legends as accompanist for Alberta Hunter and leader of her own hastily assembled big band.
Album: Chicago: The Living Legends. Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra - Bugle Blues Chicago, the Living Legends, 2014 03:52. Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra - Boogie Me Chicago: The Living Legends, 1993 02:49.
Lil Armstrong, piano, vocals; Pops Foster, bass; Booker Washington, drums. Bob Shoffner, trumpet; John Thomas, trombone; Bill Oldham, tuba; Franz Jackson, clarinet, vocals; Rozelle Claxton, piano; Lawrence Dixon, banjo; Bill Curry, drums. The Birdhouse", Chicago, IL, September 5, 1961.
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|A1||Royal Garden Blues||5:45|
|A2||Red Arrow Blues||4:27|
Vocals – Lil Hardin Armstrong*
|B2||Basin Street Blues||4:54|
|RLP 9401||Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra||Chicago - The Living Legends (LP, Album)||Riverside Records||RLP 9401||US||1962|
|RLP 401||Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra||Chicago - The Living Legends (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RLP 401||US||1962|
|RPL 401||Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra||Chicago: The Living Legends (LP)||Riverside Records||RPL 401||US||1961|
|OJCCD-1823-2||Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra||Chicago - The Living Legends (CD)||Original Jazz Classics||OJCCD-1823-2||US||1993|