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UK Import with "Special London Import" sticker, from Jazz Kings Series. 33 1/3 rpm vinyl LP record. NM disc in original sleeve. Cover is VG, a bit edge-worn but bright and fresh. Uncommon disc with samples of Armstrong's small jazz band performances from the late 1940s. Mono.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. First edition, hardcover, light bumps to spine ends, otherwise clean and bright, a Near Fine copy in like dustjacket that has some light wear to top edge and a touch of fading to spine.
Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Inside flap of jacket price clipped. No marks or creases. Very clean copy. Meryman interviewed Armstrong and discovered the serious man behind the entertainer. He recollects his youth in New Orleans, and his later life in New York. The dedication and struggle of an American genius.
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