# 03 - ASTMA and IOIOI live at GEZ-21, St.Petersburg 18.09.2013. Special thanks: A.Volkov(camera), Andrey Popovsky, Dmitry Krotevich, Nick Sudnik. Gallery of Experimental Sound 21, Pushkinskya 10, St. Petersburg, Russia. CONTACT FOR BOOKING INFORMATION: http://facebook.com/alexei.borisov Experimental Music in Russia - http://shum.info ASTMA - https://www.facebook.com/pages/ASTMA-Alexei-Borisov-and-Olga-Nosova-duo/286822864695081
Importance du cycle pilaire en épilation laser - Délai entre les séances. Les gestes de bonnes pratique sont appliqués systématiquement et évalués régulièrement. Médecine esthétique & lasers à Paris. Le savoir faire développé par le Centre Marceau se décline dans tous le processus du traitement.
Louis Armstrong clip from a TV show in 1954 playing with Bobby Hackett(off camera), and his All-Stars of the time, Trummy Young,Barney Bigard,Arvell Shaw and Barrett Deems(unfortunately 'blacked-up).They are playing'When The Saints'.
Stompin’ at the Savoy - Louis Armstrong In this clip during a concert in Stuttgart Germany in 1959 Louis Armstrong features his drummer Danny Barcelona. It was trombonist Trummy Young who inspired drummer Danny Barcelona to say aloha to his home in Hawaii and embark on a career as an international jazz artist. In 1957 he joined Louis’ All Stars. Barcelona would remain with the group until 1971. Highlights of the years with Satchmo included an African tour in the '60s, in which Barcelona's performance wowed Rhodesian drum masters.
Mack the Knife - Louis Armstrong 1959 A show tune from “The Threepenny Opera” was put on the map by Louis in 1955. This all-time standard, returned Louis to the best seller list, after an absence of several years. In 1956 this song went around the world to popularity not dreamed of. Just like me, You probably heard Louis play and sing Mack the Knife hundreds of times. Louis recorded it on several of his albums. The thrill of seeing Louis play and sing this tune was a wonderful experience. You must be over 50 years old to have seen Louis do this live. So, unless you have seen this 1959 concert film from Stuttgart Germany before it should be a unique surprise for you as well. Next to Louis playing trumpet and doing the vocal we see Peanuts Hucko clarinet, Trummy Young trombone, Billy Kyle piano, Mort Herbert bass, and Danny Barcelona drums.
Mucha Muchachos - Louis Armstrong 1959 During their 1959 European tour Louis Armstrong and his All Stars were filmed when in Stuttgart Germany. Next to Louis playing trumpet and doing the vocal we see Peanuts Hucko clarinet, Trummy Young trombone, Billy Kyle piano, Mort Herbert bass, and Danny Barcelona drums.
Basin Street Blues - Louis Armstrong All Stars 1959 This clip I had never seen before. The emotion was similar to when I saw Louis for the first time live in Blokker, Holland in 1965. One just let the tears roll. What is it with Louis? It is his tone, his timing, it’s that feeling that you want to play like that, but you can’t. Nobody can. They all tried: Red Allen, Rex Stewart, Roy Eldridge, Bill Coleman, Buck Clayton and so on. They all learned from Louis. Every time watching Louis I hope to learn a bit as well. This clip is from the same tour in 1959 where films were made from concerts in Brussels as well as in Amsterdam. I have one excellent clip from the Amsterdam concert on youtube as well, but I believe the rest is hidden somewhere in the Dutch broadcast archives and might never be disclosed. What a surprise to find film from a concert in Stuttgart, Germany. Good quality film and sound. You can see it, these Germans know what to do, high quality stereo mikes up front and on top of that great hall accoustics. Louis’ famous team consists of Trummy Young trombone, Peanuts Hucko clarinet, Billy Kyle piano, Danny Barcelona drums. On bass is Mort Herbert, a lawyer, who took a sabbatical when invited to go on tour with Louis. Just like Arvell Shaw he plays the unamplified bass and that great supporting sound come from a combination of hard work, gut-strings and a higher bridge bringing the strings further away from the fingerboard.
Tiger Rag - Louis Armstrong 1933 Filmed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1933 It might have been a critical time in Louis Armstrong’s life. Recovering from lip problems, on tour in England, his new wife Alfa, he had just fired his manager Johnny Collins who had gone back to the States with most of Louis’ money, without paying the alimony to his second wife Lil. Louis was then booked by the agency of British bandleader Jack Hylton for tours in Holland and Scandinavia. In Denmark in 1933 Louis and his band were filmed in some vaudeville show called “Kopenhagen, Kalundberg, og”. These were probably the first filmclips of Louis Armstrong
I Cover the waterfront - Louis Armstrong 1933 It might have been a critical time in Louis Armstrong’s life. Recovering from lip problems, on tour in England, his new wife Alfa, he had just fired his manager Johnny Collins who had gone back to the States with most of Louis’ money, without paying the alimony to his second wife Lil. Louis was then booked by the agency of British bandleader Jack Hylton for tours in Holland and Scandinavia. In Denmark in 1933 Louis and his band were filmed in some vaudeville show called “Kopenhagen, Kalundberg, og”. These were probably the first filmclips of Louis Armstrong
Back Home again in Indiana Armstrong 1960 In my Lp and CD collection I have several Louis Armstrong Live Concerts and all of these have "Back home again in Indiana" as the first tune in Louis' show. Through the years even the arrangement has stayed exactly the same. Even many of the notes played are virtually the same. Billy Kyle plays the same intro, then two full ensembles into the piano solo. Louis comes out of that, then bassist Billy Cronk who has replaced Arvell Shaw plays his own different sounding solo. Then Joe Darensburg is new in the band and of course has his own solo. The The last soloist is Trummy Young on trombone. More than 10 years in the band he plays almost the same solo as on many of the records and the final ensemble has the drum breaks by Danny Barcelona. Funny enough, you don't expect it to be any different I have been at a live concert in the Netherlands in 1965 and the first tune was Indiana as well, in the same arrangement. That's Louis!