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Hot Five


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    • Hot Fives
    • Lill's Hot Shots
    • Lil's Hot Shots
    • Louis Armstrong Hot Five
    • Louis Armstrong's Hot Five
    • Savoy Ballroom Five
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      • found: Armstrong, L. Louis Armstrong [SR] 1987?:container (The Hot Five; Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five; Louis Armstrong, cornet, Kid Ory, trombone, Johnny Dodds, clarinet, Lillian Armstrong, piano, Johnny St. Cyr, banjo)
      • found: Armstrong, L. The Hot Fives and Hot Sevens [SR] p1988-
      • found: Armstrong, L. Mahogany hall stomp [SR] 1941:label (Louis Armstrong and his Savoy Ballroom Five)
      • found: Armstrong, L. The complete Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings [SR] p2000:notes, p. 40 (Louis Armstrong Hot Five: Louis Armstrong, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lil Armstrong, piano; Johnny St. Cyr, banjo) p. 42 (Lill's Hot Shots (Louis Armstrong Hot Five)) p. 25 (Lil's Hot Shots) p. 21 (Louis Armstrong's Hot Five) p. 46 (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five (Louis Armstrong and his Savoy Ballroom Five): Louis Armstrong, trumpet; Fred Robinson, trombone; Jimmy Strong, clarinet; Earl Hines, piano; Mancy Carr, banjo; Zutty Singleton, drums; [also a configuration with 10 players]) p. 34 (the name Savoy Ballroom Five is a post facto label credit change made by OKeh to promote sales in the Chicago area, and is not a separate recording unit from the second configuration of Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five)
      • found: New Grove dict. of jazz:under Hot Five (recording group led by Louis Armstrong in Chicago from 1925; original members: Armstrong, cornet; Kid Ory, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Johnny St. Cyr, banjo; Lil Armstrong, piano; Lonnie Johnson, guitar (one session); also recorded for Vocalion as Lil's Hot Shots; with addition of Pete Briggs, tuba, and Baby Dodds, drums, and sometimes of Johnson as an eighth member, the group recorded 11 titles in May 1927 as the Hot Seven) under Armstrong (Hot Fives [only name given]; may be divided into 4 groups)
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      • 1988-02-23: new
      • 2013-01-07: revised
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