Swedish cornetist Bent Persson has carved away a distinctive niche for himself. His audio and design are remarkably near Louis Armstrong’s from the 1925-28 period. Although he’s quite with the capacity of recreating any Satch single, Persson usually can be creative inside the boundary from the design, sounding as though Armstrong of this time had been alive and playing today. Because the past due 1960’s, Persson offers played and documented numerous trad jazz organizations including Maggie’s Blue Five, the Weatherbird Jazzband and his personal Bent’s Blue Tempo Band. Through the 1975-82 period he documented four LPs of materials that discovered him recreating the famous “50 Popular Choruses” (in fact 52 solos and 119 breaks) which were documented by Armstrong for a few prodigal cylinders in 1927 and luckily transcribed at that time for sheet music. Persson performs the solos and breaks within full-length shows by Western trad all-stars, providing one a chance to hear what Louis Armstrong could have sounded like playing a number of music that he in fact never documented (including “Spanish Shawl,” “Milenberg Joys,” “Maple Leaf Rag” and “Grandpa’s Spells”). The four LPs of materials had been reissued (alongside additional variations) as three CDs with the Swedish Kenneth label within the 1990s. Furthermore, Bent Persson provides appeared with a multitude of groups which have been noted by Stomp Off. But not well-known within the U.S., Persson is in fact among the best classic jazz music artists from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s.