Louis Armstrong: The Offstage Story of Satchmo

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Collectors Press, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
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One of the most well-known and loved musicians of all time, Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong is an American jazz legend. Louis Armstrong: The Offstage Story of Satchmo offers an intimate, backstage look at the legendary trumpeter through never before published photos, writings and recordings. The publishing of Louis Armstrong coincides with the opening of the Armstrong House in Queens New York as a national historic museum in Fall of 2003.

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Cogswell (Queens Coll., New York) has been arranging, preserving, and cataloging materials from his institution's Louis Armstrong Archives since 1991. This excellent book is the result of those years ... Read full review

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