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Jelly Roll Morton [sound recording] : the complete Library of Congress recordings by Alan Lomax
Music Music | Rounder Records | p2005
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Imprint
Cambridge, Mass. : Rounder Records, p2005.
Descript
8 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (80 p. : ill. ; 25 x 28 cm.) + 1 book (xxiii, 344 p. : ill., music ; 21 cm.)
Series
Alan Lomax collection
Note
Jazz music and interviews.
Performer
Jelly Roll Morton, piano.
Note
Recorded May-June and Dec. 1938, Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Compact discs.
"Disc eight also includes an Adobe Acrobat PDF document containing expanded liner notes, including a complete transcription of all dialogue and lyrics on Discs One through Seven, notes and transcriptions of the 1949 New Orleans Jazz Interviews by Alan Lomax, unrecorded interview material and research notes by Alan Lomax and archival Jelly Roll Morton correspondence"--Container.
Includes accompanying books: Mister Jelly Roll : the fortunes of Jelly Roll Morton, New Orleans Creole and "Inventor of Jazz" / by Alan Lomax ; Doctor Jazz / by John Szwed.
Contents
Disc one. The story of Alabama Bound ; Time in Mobile ; King Porter stomp ; The story of King Porter stomp ; Jelly Roll's background ; Music lessons ; Miserere ; The stomping grounds ; The style of Sammy Davis ; Tony Jackson was the favorite/Dope, crown, and opium ; Poor Alfred Wilson ; Honky Tonk blues ; New Orleans was a free and easy place ; The story of Aaron Harris, pt. 1 -- Disc two. The story of Aaron Harris, pt. 2 ; Aaron Harris's hodooo woman, and the hat that started a riot ; The 1900 New Orleans riot, pt. 1 and the song of Robert Charles ; The story of the 1900 New Orleans riot, pt. 2, and Game Kid blues, pt. 1 ; Game kid blues, pt. 2 ; New Orleans funerals ; Funeral marches ; Oh! didn't he ramble ; Tiger rag, 3rd, 4th and 5th strains ; Tiger rag ; The right tempo is the accurate tempo ; Jazz discords and the story of Kansas City stomp ; Kansas City stomp ; Slow swing and sweet jazz music ; Salty dog ; Hesitation blues -- Disc three. My gal Sal ; The St. Louis scene ; Maple leaf rag ; Jelly Roll carves St. Louis, pt. 1 ; Jelly Roll carves St. Louis, pt. 2 ; New Orleans blues ; Winin' boy blues, pt. 1 ; Winin' boy blues, pt. 2 ; The Anamule dance, pt. 1 ; The Anamule dance, pt. 2 ; The great Buddy Bolden, pt. 1 ; The great Buddy Bolden, pt. 2 ; Mr. Jelly Lord ; How Jelly Roll got his name ; Original Jelly Roll blues ; Honky Tonk blues & old-time Honky Tonks -- Disc four. Real tough boys ; Sporting attire ; Sweet mamas and sweet papas ; See see rider ; Parading with the Broadway swells ; Fights and weapons ; Luis Russell and New Orelans riffs ; Jelly's travels: from Yazoo to Clarksdale ; Jelly's travels: from Clarksdale to Helena ; Jelly's travels: from Helena to Memphis ; In Memphis: The Monarch Saloon & Benny Frenchy ; Benny Frenchy's tune ; Make me a pallet on the floor, pt. 1 ; Make me a pallet on the floor, pt. 2 ; Make me a pallet on the floor, pt. 3 ; Make me a pallet on the floor, pt. 4 --
Disc five. The dirty dozen ; The murder ballad, pt. 1 ; The murder ballad, pt. 2 ; The murder ballad, pt. 3 ; The murder ballad, pt. 4 ; The murder ballad, pt. 5 ; The murder ballad, pt. 6 ; The murder ballad, pt. 7 ; Fickle fay creep ; Jungle blues ; King Porter stomp ; Sweet Peter ; Hyena stomp ; Wolverine blues, pt. 1 ; Wolverine blues, pt. 2 ; State and Madison ; The pearls, pt. 1 ; The pearls, pt. 2 -- Disc six. Bert Williams ; Freakish ; Pep ; The Georgia skin game, pt. 1 ; The Georgia skin game, pt. 2 ; The Georgia skin game, pt. 3 ; Ungai Hai, the sign of the Indians ; New Orleans blues ; The Spanish tinge ; Improving Spanish tempos ; Creepy feeling ; The crave ; Mamanita ; If you don't shake, you don't get no cake ; Spanish swat ; Ain't misbehavin' ; I hate a man like you/Rolling stuff ; Michigan water blues -- Disc seven. Winin' boy blues, pt. 1 ; Winin' boy blues, pt. 2 ; Boogie woogie blues ; Buddy Bertrand's blues ; When the hot stuff came in ; The first hot arrangements ; The Pensacola Kid & the Cadillac Café ; At the Cadillac Café, Los Angeles ; Little Liza Jane ; In the publishing business -- Disc eight. Original Jelly Roll blues / Johnny St. Cyr ; Jelly Roll's early playing days / Johnny St. Cyr ; Hot bands & Creole tunes / Johnny St. Cyr ; Eh, la bas / Johnny St. Cyr ; Old-time Creole musicians / Leonard Bechet ; Playing hot with Buddy Bolden / Paul Dominguez, Jr., Alphonse Picou ; High society / Alphonse Picou, Paul Dominguez, Jr. ; Sporting life costumes / Albert Glenny, Leonard Bechet ; Buddy Bolden / Albert Glenny, Leonard Bechet ; Creoles playing with Negroes / Leonard Bechet ; Jelly Roll's compositions / Johnny St. Cyr ; Johnny St. Cyr learns to play guitar / Johnny St. Cyr ; Guitar blues / Johnny St. Cyr ; Bad men and pimps / Johnny St. Cyr ; The story of the Coon blues / Alphonse Picou ; Coon blues / Alphonse Picou, Paul Dominguez, Jr. ; Jazz is just a make-up / Albert Glenny, Leonard Bechet ; Young Sidney Bechet / Leonard Bechet ; The main idea in jazz / Albert Glenny, Leonard Bechet ; A little tale of Jelly Roll Morton / Johnny St. Cyr.
Local Note
AMZ, 4-06
Subject
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Alt Title
Complete Library of Congress recordings by Alan Lomax
ISBN/ISSN
011661188822
Music #
11661-1888-2 Rounder Records
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