Music & Musicals, Vocal Jazz, Jazz & Easy Listening, Classic Jazz, Jazz Greats - American jazz, for all intents and purposes, began with the innovative, legendary 1920s trumpet solos of Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong. (Even Armstrong's inimitable scat singing became much imitated.) Indeed, the genre owes "Satchmo" a huge and continuing debt. This video contains several of Armstrong's most well-known signature tunes, including "You Rascal You," "Just Because," "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" and others.
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Have you watched Louis Armstrong: Forever Gold yet? What did you think about it?