Jimmy Strong

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US clarinetist and tenor saxophonist, born August 29, 1906, died after 1940.
Played with The Nighthawks, led by pianist Lottie E. Hightower in Chicago in the early 1920s, in mid-1920s in California, returning to Chicago to play with Carroll Dickerson 1927-1929. Best known for recordings made with Louis Armstrong 1928-1929. In the 1930s led own group and played with Jimmie Noone in 1939, then moved to Jersey City, New Jersey in 1940.
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PT21728 Jimmy Strong - Jazz Styles: History And Analysis, Fourth Edition album art Mark C. Gridley West End Blues Mark C. Gridley - Jazz Styles: History And Analysis, Fourth Edition(Cass, Comp, S/Edition) Prentice-Hall, Inc. PT21728 US 1991 Sell This Version
DM 4671 02 Jimmy Strong - Potato Head Blues album art Louis Armstrong West End Blues Louis Armstrong - Potato Head Blues(2xCD, Comp, Com + Dig) DiscMedi Blau DM 4671 02 Spain 2009 Sell This Version