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Sugar Foot Strut

Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five


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Feat. Earl Hines


This recording was produced in Chicago on June 28th 1928 with Louis Armstrong trumpet & vocals, Fred Robinson trombone, Jimmy Strong clarinet & tenor sax, Earl Hines piano, Mancy Cara banjo, and Zutty Singleton drums.

*"Sugar Foot Strut" was composed by Billy Pierce, Henry Myers, and Charles Schwab. This same tune also appeared as "Maybe You'll Be the One to Care" set to the words of Joe McKiernan.

Louis Armstrong applies his New orleans know-how to the performance of a would be standard backed with his "Hot Five". On this particular cut Strong and Robinson fill out the ensemble with exacting instrumentation backed by the undeniably vibrant presence Singleton and Hines.

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