Lou Hooper

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Lou HooperOnce Oscar Peterson’s piano teacher, Lou Hooper wrote ragtime classics like, The Cakewalk, Black Cat Blues, South Sea Strut and Uncle Remus Stomp.  Lou Hooper died in Charlottetown, PEI in 1977 not long after the debut of the ballet he wrote, called Congo.

 

Credits:
Six cats and a Prince – (L.Young) – Kansas City Seven – Mercuriy EJD 3023
Narrator: Blu Mankuma

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