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  1. Song information for Dead Man Blues - Jelly Roll Morton on AllMusic. Song information for Dead Man Blues - Jelly Roll Morton on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Jelly Roll Morton, Vol. 2: The Red Hot Peppers (Chicago) Smithsonian Folkways Recordings:
  2. Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton (September 20, - July 10, ) was a virtuoso pianist, a bandleader, and a composer who some call the first true composer of Jazz music. Morton was a colorful character who liked to generate publicity for himself by bragging. His business card referred to him as the "Creator of Jazz and Swing".
  3. Mar 11,  · Sidewalk Blues / Dead Man Blues, a Single by Jelly-Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers. Released in December on Victor (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Genres: Dixieland. Featured peformers: George Mitchell (cornet), Kid Ory (trombone), Darnell Howard (clarinet), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Omer Simeon (clarinet), Jelly Roll Morton (piano, composer), Johnny St. Cyr (banjo), John /5(80).
  4. Jan 01,  · In Dead Man Blues, Phil Pastras sets the record straight on the two periods ( and ) that Jelly Roll Morton spent on the West Coast. In addition to rechecking sources, correcting mistakes in scholarly accounts, and situating eyewitness narratives within the histories of New Orleans or Los Angeles, Pastras offers a fresh.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jelly Roll Morton on Discogs. Label: Everest Records Archive Of Folk & Jazz Music - FS • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Ragtime, Dixieland, Piano Blues/5(18).
  6. Jelly Roll Morton, American jazz composer and pianist who pioneered the use of prearranged, semiorchestrated effects in jazz-band performances. Morton learned the piano as a child and from was a professional pianist in the bordellos of the Storyville district of New Orleans. He was one of the.
  7. Dead Man Blues Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers. date: style: New Orleans jazz form: bar blues. personnel: Jelly Roll Morton, piano; George Mitchell.
  8. All billed as Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers except where noted, these were: Black Bottom Stomp - # 13 in January - Victor b/w The Chant (billed as Jelly Roll Morton's Jazzmen) and Original Jelly Roll Blues - # 17 April - Victor b/w Someday Sweetheart (all 4 sides in the volume ); Grandpa's Spells - # 17 May 5/5(1).

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