Jelly Roll Morton - The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume Six download album
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. View all albums . The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume Six. By: Jelly Roll Morton (, Jazz). 1. Jack The Bear, Benny Frenchy. 2. Georgia Skin Game. 4. Ain’t Misbehavin’.
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
This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Complete Library of Congress Recordings. "Original Jelly Roll Blues" (Guitar Instrumental). BPM Profile The Complete Library of Congress Recordings. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jelly Roll Morton.
Kansas City Stomp: The Library of Congress Recordings, Volume 1 released: 1993. The Chronological Classics: Jelly-Roll Morton 1939-1940 released: 1992. The Chronological Classics: Jelly-Roll Morton 1929-1930 released: 1992. Blues and Stomps from Rare Piano Rolls released: New Orleans Memories Plus Two released: The Library of Congress Recordings, Volume 4: Winin' Boy Blues released: Mr. Jelly Lord released: Doctor Jazz.
When folklorist Alan Lomax made these epic 1938 recordings of Jelly Roll Morton's reminiscences and piano playing, he was creating the first great oral documentation of early jazz. Sample this album Artist (Sample). And this is the rediscovery of Jelly Roll by Alan Lomax at the Library of Congress. Jelly tried to claim he was the originator of jazz. But the more you listen to his music and compare it to other music of the time, it seems indeed that what he was doing was more advanced than anyone else, more articulate, more complex in harmony, and just as sweet in melody as anyone ever.
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Jelly Roll Morton - The Complete Congress Recordings. Jelly Roll Morton: Greatest Hits. Birth of the Hot - the Classic Chicago "Red Hot Peppers" Sessions 1926-27.
|Jack The Bear / Benny Frenchy||21:50|
|Georgia Skin Game||10:27|
|S1316||Jelly Roll Morton||The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume Six (LP, Album, Mono)||Swaggie Records||S1316||Australia||Unknown|
|CJM 7||Jelly Roll Morton||The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume 6 (LP, RM)||Classic Jazz Masters||CJM 7||Sweden||1970|