Tracklist: 1. Game Kid’s Blues, 2. Honky Tonk Blues, 3. If I Was Whiskey And You Was A Duck, 4. Low Down Blues, 5. Winin’ Boy 6. Winin’ Boy 7. Alabama Bound, 8. Tiger Rag, 9. Randall’s Rag, 10. Maple Leaf Rag (St. Louis), 11. Maple Leaf Rag, 12. Crazy Chords Rag, 13. Sammy Davis’ Ragtime Style, 14. Mamie’s Blues, 15. See See Rider. The Art Of Jelly Roll Morton by Jelly Roll Morton. Mr. Jelly Lord by Jelly Roll Morton. 1924-1926 Blues And Stomps From Rare Piano Rolls by Jelly Roll Morton. The Saga Of Mr. Jelly Lord – Vol. VIII (Jelly And The Blues) by Jelly Roll Morton. XII (I’m The Winin’ Boy) by Jelly Roll Morton. The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume Eight by Jelly Roll Morton. The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume Five by Jelly Roll Morton.
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Jelly Roll Blues", a jazz fox-trot composed by Jelly Roll Morton. Jelly Roll, a volume of poetry by Kevin Young. Jelly Roll", a song on the album Blue Murder by Blue Murder. Jelly Roll Gum Drop", a song on the album Cruising with Ruben & the Jets by the Mothers of Invention. It is the oldest federal cultural institution in the United States. and also maintains the Packard Campus in Culpeper, Virginia, which houses the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center. Absolutely the Best released: 2000. The Essential Collection released: 1999.
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The Complete Library of Congress Recordings. Jelly Roll Morton: The Complete Library of Congress Recordings is a 2005 box set of recordings from jazz pioneer Jelly Roll Morton. The set spans 128 tracks over eight CDs. It won two Grammy Awards in 2006, Best Historical Album and Best Album Notes. In 1938, noted musicologist and Morton biographer Alan Lomax conducted a series of interviews with Morton at the Library of Congress.
The third volume in a four-disc set covering pianist/composer Jelly Roll Morton's 1938 Library of Congress Recordings includes the elaborate work "The Murder Ballad. During the original dates, producer Alan Lomax kept the tape rolling as Morton talked about his life, times and exploits, but Rounder opted to eliminate virtually all the oral narrative.
The Library Of Congress Recordings - Volume 3 - The Pearls is a original new orleans jazz music boxset, compilation recording by JELLY ROLL MORTON released in 1993 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Thanks to snobb for the updates. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Jelly Roll Morton: 1926-1930 Box set · Remastered Jsp Records 2002.