By Raul Da Gama, Jazz Da Gama
Louis Armstrong’s evangelical musical career in music began more than one hundred years ago. He dazzled hard-core Satchmo-lovers and nice ordinary people alike with each recording he made and much more so every time he appeared on stage the world over, whether he appeared with his Hot Fives and Hot Sevens. His was an evolving revolution whether it was with his small New Orleans combos or the 1920s. Through the 1930s and 1940s when he fronted big bands the gloss came off slightly and in the late 1940s he made way for the glorious Beboppers. Read the full review here.