Pops: The Wonderful World of Louis Armstrong

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JR Books Limited, 2009 - African American jazz musicians - 475 pages
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Louis Armstrong was the greatest jazz musician of the 20th century and a giant of modern music culture. He knocked the Beatles off the top of the charts, wrote the finest of all jazz autobiographies - without a collaborator - and created collages that have been compared to the art of Romare Bearden.

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Terry Teachout is a member of the editorial board of the New York "Daily News". His writing appears in "The American Scholar, Commentary, High Fidelity, Musical America, National Review, The New Criterion, The New Dance Review, and The Wall Street Journal.

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