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Oil Well - Jelly Roll Morton - Jelly Roll Morton (CD)

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  1. Ferdinand Joseph LaMothe (October 20, – July 10, ), known professionally as Jelly Roll Morton, was an American ragtime and jazz pianist, bandleader, and composer. Morton was jazz's first arranger, proving that a genre rooted in improvisation could retain its essential characteristics when notated. His composition "Jelly Roll Blues", published in , was one of the first published.
  2. Sep 12,  · Jelly Roll Morton proclaimed himself to be the "inventor" of jazz and these CDs provide insight to his disciplined approach to recording sessions. Others have claimed to originate jazz, but the qualities demonstrated on these CDs suggest Jelly Roll Morton's self-representation may be correct/5(51).
  3. The music played by Morton in the 20's ranked 2nd to none, although there was no soloist of Armstrong's calibre in his bands (there was only ONE Armstrong!). Morton skills as an arranger, composer and pianist were above everyone else during this period. The first CD is from 09/26 to 06/
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  5. Jelly Roll Morton ‎– The Centennial - His Complete Victor Recordings. Label: Bluebird (3) ‎– ND(5), RCA ‎– ND(5), BMG ‎– ND(5).
  6. SALUTE TO JELLY ROLL MORTON (Leisure Jazz Video M) Wolverine Blues, Winin' Boy Blues, Don't You Leave Me Here, Buddy Bolden's Blues, Milneburg Joys, Black Bottom Stomp, Fingerbreaker, Kansas City Stomps, King Porter Stomp, Someday Sweetheart, The Pearls, Tiajuana, Sweet Substitute, New Orleans Joys, Grandpa's Spells, Panama.
  7. Paying homage to the street where Jelly Roll Morton spent his childhood, “Frenchmen Street Strut” opens the album. There’s a wonderful interplay on this track between White, Shaye Cohn on cornet, and David L. Harris on trombone, while Detroit A. Brooks’s banjo solo .
  8. Aliases Ferd (Jelly Roll) Morton Jelly-Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers Jelly Roll Morton Seven Jelly Roll Morton's Jazz Band Jelly-Roll Morton's New Orleans Jazzmen Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers Real name Ferdinand Joseph LaMothe Born September 20, Died July 10, Country United States IPI Comments.
  9. This collection of Jelly Roll Morton classics is exactly that: the prime cuts from his later years (many of his performances after were spotty, at best). Jazz journalist Scott Yanow compiled this set for Allegro and writes an essay that perfectly describes the settings in which Morton found himself for these sessions. While the liner notes are well done and complete lineup information.

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