Louis Armstrong Links
http://www.satchmo.net/index1.html The Armstrong House in NYC runs this site featuring a year-by-year biographical page, a listing of available recordings, and more.
http://www.redhotjazz.com/louie.html A one-page biography offered by a jazz site, with a large number of links to Louis's contemporaries, bands, etc. Lists suggested readings.
http://www.satchography.com/ This sumptuous "Armstrong Discography" is more than its name suggests. Colorful illustrations and an eight-section biography. Each section lists Louis's recordings from the period.
http://www.npg.si.edu/exh/armstrong/ This page by the National Portrait Gallery presents Louis's musical and social influence. Illustrated with photos and posters that enlarge when you click on them.
http://tinpan.fortunecity.com/riff/11/ Quotes, lyrics, awards, links to the sites on this page and others, and photos and posters that enlarge when you click them.
http://www.satchmo.com/ One of several centennial tribute sites.
http://www.nypl.org/research/sc/scl/MULTIMED/JAZZHIST/jazzhist.html This is an Armstrong Oral History Project, with transcripts of interview clips by Louis's fellow musicians, such as Milt Hinton, Abbey Lincoln, Clark Terry, Nat Adderly, Chico Hamilton, and Marian McPartland (you can watch full video interviews with the last 3).
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