- Sunderland were handed an early goal by Brian Deane who headed Gordon Armstrong's inswinging corner high into his own net.
- This bears one humbucker and a single coil pickup, both designed for Eggle by Kent Armstrong.
- Sunderland: Norman; Kay, Rogan, Bennett, Hardyman (Owers 74), Rush, Mooney, Goodman, Armstrong, Byrne (Davenport 74), Atkinson.
- In a way, his approach reminds me of Rob Armstrong's, in that he views the guitar first and foremost as a sound-producer, rather than a beautiful piece of furniture which the maker hopes is going to sound good.
- Armstrong spent many years battling over patents (see "The battles of Armstrong - radio's forgotten man", New Scientist , 1 February 1979).
- Swraj Paul's Caparo Automotive group raised its cash offer for Armstrong Equipment to 185p yesterday, valuing the fasteners manufacturer at 98million, and promptly increased its holding to 46.7 per cent.
- Unlike most other musicians, he did not seem to have been impressed by Louis Armstrong's seminal appearance at the London Palladium in 1932.
- This brings me to my point: for as a pinkman columnist I can report seeing recently an article about "the great Blackman Louis Armstrong", a "Wellwomans sic Clinic" at our local health centre; and "Funnyman Roy Hudd".
- The Superintendent, the Reverend Andrew Armstrong, conducted the service.
- Konitz acknowledges that there is some basis in his history for this view: he and his 1950s musical guru, the pianist Lennie Tristano, in a sense set themselves up as a (white) alternative school to bebop: "Tristano was keen to prove that whites could play jazz, though Charlie Parker, Lester Young and Louis Armstrong were his heroes.
- Armstrong continued, "Actually on account of the personalities involved, I think it might be better to take no action about the Palestine Committee but allow it gradually to sink into the limbo of forgotten things " (emphasis added).
- He knew Duke Ellington, Errol Garner and Louis Armstrong, and singers such as Fats Waller, Ella Fitzgerald, Nellie Lutcher, Vera Lynn, Bing Crosby and a dozen others.
- Between 1960 and 1978, "Food imports rose in a number of countries where agribusiness and local commercial farmers have been most active in modernising the sector (Argentina, Colombia, Guatemala and Mexico)" (Armstrong and McGee 1985: 77).
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