The Later Years 1953-1957 by JSP at Five Stones Media. MPN: CDJSP4207. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Throughout the 1940s, singer/saxist Louis Jordan had been a phenomenon. Between 1942 and 1951, he had 55 Top Ten hits, some of which were 'crossovers'. Louis was born in on July 8, 1908. Well versed in music from an early age, his father James was the leader of a local band. In the 1920s, father and son joined a minstrel troupe, which also included a young Homesick James. 'We'd put up a tent. It was like a carnival then,' James later said. At college in Little Rock, Louis took jobs with a number
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