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New Orleans Blues - The Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Plays Jelly Roll Morton (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 27,  · videos Play all Top Tracks - Dirty Dozen Brass Band Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Topic Jelly Roll Morton - "New Orleans Blues", 1st and 2nd Takes () - Duration: wheatminer17 1, views.
  2. New Orleans Diaspora - Jelly Roll Morton & Sidney Bechet ( - ) New York Beat. Jelly Roll Morton Front and (Lincoln) Center; Book Review. Jazz. New York in the Roaring Twenties; Album Review. The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax by Ken Dryden Book Review. Jelly's Blues: The Life, Music, and Redemption of Jelly Roll.
  3. Feb 08,  · An infectious, upbeat rolling jazz joynt that became popular in saloons and juke joints of New Orleans and beyond. The wild two-beat accent syncopation and improvised riffs started with Jelly Roll Morton, and FESS took it to another level. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Voodoo. Be-bop and R&B. Super tight and funky to the max.
  4. Jul 06,  · 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.
  5. Jelly's jazz (Danny Barker) () --Georgia swing / Jelly Roll Morton, S. Pecora () --Freakish / Jelly Roll Morton () --Sidewalk blues / Jelly Roll Morton, Walter Melrose () --The red light district / Danny Barker () --Milenberg joys / Walter Melrose [and others] () --Mr. Ray "J" ; Dead man blues / Gregory Davis ; Jelly Roll.
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  7. Apr 06,  · On their first album devoted to a single jazz composer, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band has made an inspired choice in their hometown New Orleans hero, Jelly Roll Morton. You might think a brass band might choose a horn player like Louis Armstrong or Sidney Bechet instead, for Morton was a pianist, and the Dozen don't carry keyboards or any other /5(9).
  8. Jelly was born Ferdinand Joseph Le Menthe in to a middle class Creole family on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans. At the age of 8, Ferdinand received formal guitar lessons. A relatively short time later, he was employed as a piano player by Countess Willie Piazza, a Storyville madam, who was said to speak seven languages, wear a monocle and.

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