Jazz For Curious Listeners: the Year in Jazz - 1928
"Jazz For Curious Listeners" is an excellent program (informative and enjoyable) directly from the National Jazz Museum in Harlem.
"A year in Jazz" - is a retrospective to the particular very important year in the Jazz history.
If only for Louis Armstrong’s West End Blues, Protected content stand out as one of the most important years in the music’s evolution. However, there were many other great recordings made that year as well, that help place Armstrong in a larger context. Join us as hear Jimmy Noone, Earl Hines, Benny Goodman, Bix Beiderbecke, Bessie Smith and others in peak form.
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