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  1. Armstrong often stated that he was born on July 4, Although he died in , it was not until the mids that his true birth date, August 4, , was discovered by Tad Jones by researching baptismal records. At least three other biographies treat the July 4th birth date as a .
  2. The "LOUIS ARMSTRONG" insert concentrates on the legendary cornetist/trumpter's career and includes several fine pics. Louie's in top form here with his playing, scatting and unique vocals. Tracks , , and are deftly edited into continual mini-concerts/5(2).
  3. Louis Armstrong (Back Home Again In) Indiana. Add to Song Favorites ♥ The Legendary Louis Armstrong [] Sony Music Distribution: Louis Armstrong. Pops Goes Pop. Fabulous: Louis Armstrong. LRC Jazz Classics: Louis Armstrong/Harry James.
  4. LOT 7 CASSETTE TAPE JAZZ SWING LOUIS ARMSTRONG BILLIE HOLIDAY DUKE COUNT BASIE + $ Free shipping. Armstrong, Louis/Ellington, Duke Great Summit Indiana, United States. Ships to: United States and many other countries 47 Jazz cassettes Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Kenny G, Harry Connick Jr, Ella Fitzgerald, etc Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. This listing is for Louis Armstrong’s Great Trumpet Solos transcribed by Peter Ecklund. The solos in this book are from recordings from , including some of Louis’ most famous solos. The recordings have been issued many times on CD, LP and cassette. (They are frequently remastered at the wrong pitch.
  6. Louis Armstrong grew up poor in a single-parent household. He was 13 when he celebrated the New Year by running out on the street and firing a pistol that belonged to the current man in his mother's life. At the Colored Waifs Home for Boys, he learned to play the bugle and the clarinet and joined the home's brass band.
  7. 1 day ago · Louis Armstrong ‎– The Very Best Of - The Millenium Edition Label: Recording Arts (2) ‎– MILCD04, Recording Arts (2) ‎– D2CD, Recording Arts (2) ‎– OSCD
  8. Louis Daniel Armstrong (August 4, – July 6, ), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer. Coming to prominence in the s as an innovative cornet and trumpet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence on jazz, shifting the music's focus from collective improvisation to solo performers.

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