Let the jazz revolution begin. The 1928, Grammy hall of fame recording by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, composition by Joe “King” Oliver, with scat and trumpet by Louis and piano by Earl “Fatha” Hines. Listen for Louis’ long, sweet note about 2:35 in. Before there was Miles, there was Louis.
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