Louis: The Louis Armstrong Story, 1900-1971
For nearly half a century Louis Armstrong's name spelled magic to millions of people throughout the world. A titan who towered over the first fifty years of jazz history, Louis - or Satchmo in the affections of his vast international audiences - was not only the single most popular figure in American music; he was also the most influential of all jazzmen.
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Letter from Louis
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