Louis Armstrong: An American Genius

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • 1 - New Orleans 3
  • 2 - Sex and Race 11
  • 3 - Growing Up 18
  • 4 - The Waifs’ Home 34
  • 5 - Jazz Is Born in New Orleans 46
  • 6 - The Apprentice 56
  • 7 - The Professional 69
  • 8 - Chicago 85
  • 9 - The Creole Jazz Band 98
  • 10 - New York 111
  • 11 - Fletcher Henderson 124
  • 12 - The Blues Accompanist 135
  • 13 - The Entertainer 151
  • 14 - The Hot Fives 169
  • 15 - The Fork in the Road 199
  • 16 - Troubles and Turmoil 233
  • 17 - The First Big-Band Records 249
  • 18 - Europe 265
  • 19 - Becoming a Star 286
  • 20 - Going Commercial 302
  • 21 - The All Stars 317
  • 22 - The Apotheosis of Louis Armstrong 327
  • 23 - The Last Gig 340
  • 24 - The All Star Recordings 351
  • 25 - The Nature of Genius 358
  • Notes 369
  • Discography 385
  • Index 389
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