"West End Blues" is a multi-strain twelve-bar blues composition by Joe "King" Oliver. It is most commonly performed as an instrumental, although it has. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "West End Blues" on Discogs. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about King Oliver - West End Blues at Discogs. Complete your King Oliver collection. West End Blues is based on five choruses of this pattern, with a solo intro and short Coda. The instrumentation is typical of early jazz, although at first the. Listen to West End Blues by King Oliver, Shazams, featuring on King Oliver Essentials Apple Music playlist. King Oliver and His Dixie Syncopators originally recorded West End Blues written by King Oliver and Clarence Williams [US1] and King Oliver and His Dixie. Listen to West End Blues on Spotify. King Oliver · Song · "West End Blues" was a sleepy Southern blues tune written by Joe "King" Oliver until it landed in the hands of trumpeter Louis Armstrong in the. While the great Joe 'King' Oliver wrote the song 'West End Blues,' it is Louis Armstrong who made this tune immortal. Oliver recorded his piece on June West End Blues by King Oliver & His Orchestra has a BPM of and the key of E♭ Major (Camelot: 5B). Find out other track data such as harmonic matches.