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7 edition of Louis, the Louis Armstrong story, 1900-1971 found in the catalog.

Louis, the Louis Armstrong story, 1900-1971

by Max Jones

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Published by Da Capo Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971,
    • Jazz musicians -- United States -- Biography

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMax Jones & John Chilton.
      SeriesA Da Capo paperback
      ContributionsChilton, John, 1932-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML419.A75 J625 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination302 p., [32] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages302
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2526038M
      ISBN 100306803240
      LC Control Number88001195

      The story of Louis Armstrong’s childhood delightfully told from the perspective of his first cornet, aimed at elementary school audience. In his new book, 'Heart Full of Rhythm', Ricky Riccardi chronicles the life and work of jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong, who was one of America’s most popular entertainers as well as one of its.

      Max Jones and John Chilton, Louis: The Louis Armstrong Story, – (New York: Da Capo Press, ), 9. James Lincoln Collier, Louis Armstrong: An American Genius (New York: Oxford University Press, ), “Louis Armstrong + the Jewish Family in New Orleans, La., the Year of ” was actually written in two sections. Books About Churchill. Books in Print. Ephemera. Military. About Chartwell. Our Catalogue. Full Inventory. News. Contact Us. In the lobby of LOUIS The Louis Armstrong Story First American Edition. By: Max Jones and John Chilton. Little, Brown and Co. [New York] 8vo ( pages, illustrated (with photographs).

        His authoritative books include Who’s Who of Jazz (Storyville to Swing Street) (; rev. ed., ), Louis: The Louis Armstrong Story, – (), Billie’s Blues: The Billie Holiday Story, – (), Sidney Bechet: The Wizard of Jazz (), The Song of the Hawk: The Life and Recordings of Coleman Hawkins (), Let the. LOUIS: The Louis Armstrong Story, – (with John Chilton), Boston: Little, Brown and Co. ISBN LOUIS: The Louis Armstrong Story – (with John Chilton; new preface by Dan Morgenstern), New York City: Da Capo Press,


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The Louis Armstrong story professional trumpeter and jazz writer, John Chilton is the author of Billie's Blues, Who's Who of Jazz, and with Max Jones, Louis: The Louis Armstrong : For nearly half a century Louis Armstrong's name spelled magic to millions of people throughout the world.

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show more. Rating details. 15 ratings. out. Louis: The Louis Armstrong Story by Jones, Max; Chilton, John at - ISBN - ISBN - Littlehampton Book Services Ltd - - Hardcover. Louis Daniel Armstrong was born in New Orleans on August 4, He was one of two children born to Willie Armstrong, a turpentine worker, and Mary Ann Armstrong, whose grandparents had been slaves.

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He was also, as. For the November, issue of High Times, writer Steve Gelsi investigated Louis Armstrong’s () ties to weed. In honor of Armstrong’s birthday on August 4, we’re republishing the. Louis: The Louis Armstrong Story, Author: Jones, Max: Author added entry: Chilton, John Summary: The first biography to appear after Louis Armstrong’s death.

Heavily illustrated, the book also contains numerous primary sources including letters from Armstrong. Not strictly chronological.

Louis Armstrong awoke one morning wanting to make some music, but when he sat in front of the mirror of his hotel bedroom—because he liked to see his embouchure as he practiced—he noticed that he had lost his color again.

It happened sometimes after a restless night. Louis. Book Overview As trumpet player and singer, Louis Armstrong is the single most important figure in jazz history, and one of the most influential musicians--in any category--in this century. He was also, as this book relates, a wonderful character: actor, clown, raconteur, a tough kid when he came to Chicago from New Orleans who mellowed into.

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One of his earliest jobs and first exposure to performing, was selling coal for a local merchant by riding in the coal cart and playing a tin horn to attract customers.King Louie was voiced by Louis Prima in the original film. Initially, the filmmakers considered Louis Armstrong for the role, but to avoid the likely controversy that would result from casting a black person to voice an ape, they instead chose Prima, a white singer.

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