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Don't Jive Me

Louis Armstrong & His
Hot Five


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Feat. Earl "Fatha" Hines


Recorded in Chicago on July 28th 1928 with Louis Armstrong cornet & leader, Fred Robinson trombone, Jimmy Strong clarinet, Earl Hines piano, Mancy Carr banjo, and Zutty Singleton drums.

*"Don't Jive Me" was composed by Lil Hardin.

Differing from Louis Armstrong's original "Hot Five" line-up this session features trombonist Fred Robinson replacing Kid Ory, along with percussionist Zutty Singleton, and reedman Jimmy Strong assuming the Dodds Brothers' usual roles. And let's not forget in Lil Hardin's absence the intellectually driven groundbreaking two-handed jazz piano style of Earl "Fatha" Hines.

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