Oh, Didn't He Ramble

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The uninhibited memoirs of trumpeter Lee Collins (1901-60) provide a vivid account of the formative years of jazz in New Orleans and Chicago. Mixing stories of the great musicians with whom he worked, including King Oliver and Louis Armstrong, with evocations of the promiscuous and violent world of clubs and speakeasies, this book recaptures the remarkable creativity of one of the greatest eras of American music.

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Oh, Didn't He Ramble

Oh, Didn't He Ramble

The Life Story of Lee Collins, as told to Mary Collins

Bayou1989

Paperback179pp

9781871478105     Product Code: 237250

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The uninhibited memoirs of trumpeter Lee Collins (1901-60) provide a vivid account of the formative years of jazz in New Orleans and Chicago. Mixing stories of the great musicians with whom he worked, including King Oliver and Louis Armstrong, with evocations of the promiscuous and violent world of clubs and speakeasies, this book recaptures the remarkable creativity of one of the greatest eras of American music.

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