Nathan "Jim" Robinson played trombone with countermelodies to the trumpet lead, epitomizing the "old time sound" that made him the most prominent trombonist in New Orleans in the 1940s. Here Robinson stands by his home at 920 Marais Street, New Orleans, in 1949.
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