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Gamblin Jack - Jelly Roll Morton - Jazz King Of New Orleans (CD)

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  1. JELLY ROLL MORTON "Jazz King of New Orleans" The BlueBird Sides - 01 Black Bottom Stomp 02 Steamboat Stomp 03 Cannon Ball Blues 04 Dr Jazz 05 Jungle Blues 06 Original Jelly Roll Blues 07 Someday Sweetheart 08 The Pearls 09 Shreveport Blues 10 Mournful Serenade 11 Red Hot Pepper 12 New Orleans Bump 13 Blue Blood Blues 14 Gamblin' Jack 15 Winin' Boy Blues CD .
  2. Jul 02,  · Jelly Roll Morton- Joseph LaMothe (October 20, – July 10, ), known professionally as Jelly Roll Morton, was an American ragtime and jazz .
  3. Morton, Jelly Roll - Jazz King of New Orleans - imfrogatharbehyfingirejacassu.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your.
  4. Sep 20,  · JELLY ROLL MORTON "Jazz King of New Orleans" The BlueBird Sides. - 01 Black Bottom Stomp. 02 Steamboat Stomp. 13 Blue Blood Blues. 14 Gamblin' Jack. 15 Winin' Boy Blues. CD BlueBird's Best Series - () Difundiendo el Jazz. C Medina V. 20 Sept Addeddate Identifier 07somedaysweetheart.
  5. Filename J:\torrent\Jelly Roll Morton\Disc 1\04 - King Porter imfrogatharbehyfingirejacassu.coinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Track quality % Test CRC 5D8ABD81 Copy CRC 5D8ABD81 Copy OK Track 5 Filename J:\torrent\Jelly Roll Morton\Disc 1\05 - New Orleans imfrogatharbehyfingirejacassu.coinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Track quality % Test CRC 40BDE.
  6. Listen to your favorite songs from The King of New Orleans Jazz by Jelly Roll Morton Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  7. 5 Working Man Blues King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band 6 Riverside Blues King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band 7 Don’t Forget To Mess Around Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five 8 Lonesome Blues Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five 9 Perdido Street Blues New Orleans Wanderers 10 Gatemouth New Orleans Wanderers 11 Too Tight New Orleans Wanderers 12 Papa Dip.
  8. This session is notable because of the participation of famed jazz pianist and arranger Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton. Morton was a Creole from New Orleans, and though he identified strongly with the white "French" side of being Creole, he was generally viewed by society as black (though he was fairly light-skinned and could sometimes "pass" as Latin-American and therefore was .

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