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Jazz Giant Louis Armstrong

Jazz Giant Louis Armstrong The Library of Congress takes a jump back in time to examine the life and career of jazz innovator Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, known both for his amazing talent as a jazz trumpeter and for his "scat" singing. America's Story from Library of Congress • Pictures
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Jazz Giant Louis Armstrong


The Library of Congress takes a jump back in time to examine the life and career of jazz innovator Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, known both for his amazing talent as a jazz trumpeter and for his "scat" singing.

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