March 5, 1929: Louis Armstrong records "Knockin' A Jug" with trombonist Jack Teagarden.
The band consisted of:
- Louis Armstrong (Trumpet)
- Jack Teagarden (Trombone)
- an unknown horn player
- Happy Caldwell (Tenor Saxophone)
- Joe Sullivan (Piano)
- Eddie Lang (Guitar)
- Kaiser Marshall (Drums)
This is Armstrong's first recording with Jack Teagarden, and at the same time the last of the classic Hot Five / Hot Seven recordings.
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