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Jelly Roll Morton - Kansas City Stomp - The Library Of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1

Jelly Roll Morton - Kansas City Stomp - The Library Of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1
Performer: Jelly Roll Morton
Genre: Jazz / Blues
Title: Kansas City Stomp - The Library Of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1
MP3 album size: 1947 mb
FLAC album size: 1264 mb
Style: Piano Blues
Country: US
Released: 1993
Catalog number: Rounder CD 1091
Label: Rounder Records


1The Miserere ("Straight", Begun)1:20
2Salty Dog2:02
3Tiger Rag (Begun)1:01
4You Can Have It, I Don't Want It0:40
5Kansas City Stomp (Begun)1:39
6My Gal Sal3:57
7Buddy Carter Rag0:47
8Panama (Incomplete)1:24
9(Darktown) Strutters' Ball0:57
10Tiger Rag (Concluded)2:23
11Oh! Didn't He Ramble (Concluded)1:02
12Game Kid Blues (Begun)1:25
13Levee Man Blues2:37
14Tiger Rag, The Quadrille (Concluded)2:35
15I'm Alabama Bound (No. 2)1:25
16Kansas City Stomp (Concluded)1:09
17Low-Down Blues (New Orleans Blues)4:00
18Randall's Tune0:51
19(Tony Jackson's) Naked Dance0:45
20Hesitating Blues4:32
21Steal Away / Neare, My God, To Thee2:17
22The Miserere ("Straight", Concluded)1:08
23Sweet Jazz Music1:40
24Oh! Didn't He Ramble (Begun)0:37
25Maple Leaf Rag (Morton Style)2:37
26I'm Alabama Bound (No. 1)1:34
27King Porter Stomp (No. 1)3:17
28Honky Tonk Blues3:32
29Sammy Davis's Style0:49
30Aaron Harris Blues3:41
31Maple Leaf Rag (St. Louis Tempo, Begun)3:22
32Tiger Rag, The Quadrille (Begun)1:08
33Pretty Baby1:09
34The Miserere ("Swung")2:57
35Maple Leaf Rag (St. Louis Tempo, Concluded)0:41
36Game Kid Blues (Concluded)1:09
37Flee as a Bird to the Mountain1:50


  • Edited ByJames Dapogny
  • Mastered By [Digital]Mike Donaldson
  • Piano, VocalsJelly Roll Morton
  • Recorded ByAlan Lomax


Recorded between May 23 and June 7, 1938
in Coolidge Auditorium, Library Of Congress, Washington DC.
Released by permission of the Estate of Jelly Roll Morton and with the cooperation of the Library of Congress.

Jelly Roll Morton, the first great jazz artist, made these Library of Congress recordings in 1938, at the behest of Alan Lomax of the Archive of Folk Song. In them, Morton performs not only his own music, singing and playing the piano, but recreates the styles and repertoires - folk tunes, blues, marches, ragtime, opera he heard during his Storyville days and later wide travels and colorful life. Collected here are the musical performances from this series, for the first time complete, uncensored, and pitch-corrected to compensate for problems with the original recording equipment.

Category on CD noted as RCD 1091



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. Richard Cook and Brian Morton describe these recordings as Jelly Roll Morton's virtual history of the birth pangs of. Pianistcomposer Jelly Roll Morton, one of the pioneers of New Orleans jazz, was down and out in 1938 when Alan Lomax found him playing in a Washington D. Lomax, realizing that Morton had seen and heard many timeless incidents that would otherwise be forgotten, started interviewing him for the Library of Congress on a wire recorder. Kansas City Stomp - Jelly Roll Morton. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Also listed as: Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers Jelly-Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers Ferdinand Joseph LaMothe October 20, 1890 July 10, 1941, known professionally as Jelly Roll Morton, was an American ragtime and early jazz pianist, bandleader and composer who started his career in New Orleans, Louisiana. Widely recognized as a pivotal figure in early jazz, Morton is perhaps most notable as jazz's first arranger, proving that a genre rooted in improvisation could retain its essential spirit and characteristics when not read more. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2005 CD от The Complete Library Of Congress Recordings By Alan Lomax на Roll Morton - The Story Of Alabama Bound. Jelly Roll Morton - Time In Mobile. Jelly Roll Morton - King Porter Stomp. Jelly Roll Morton - The Story Of King Porter Stomp. Together, in 1938 at the Library of Congress, they made these groundbreaking recordings-the first recorded oral history in 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. Jelly Roll Morton. Jazz 2005. The Story of I'm Alabama Bound. Jazz Discords and Story of the Kansas City Stomp. Kansas City Stomp, Continued. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings All About Jazz. buy album. Recording Ramboy Recordings Kansas City Stomp - The Library Of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1 Jelly Roll Morton. About Jelly Roll Morton. Kansas City Stomp 1:09 27. Darktown Strutters' Ball 0:59 28. Sweet Jazz Music 1:42 29. This function is only available to JMA Collabs. About this release. Rounder Select. Thanks to snobb for the updates. Buy JELLY ROLL MORTON - VOLUME 1 KANSAS CITY STOMP: THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS RECORDINGS music. More places to buy metal & JELLY ROLL MORTON music. CDUniverse - Specializing in the sale of domestic and imported music CDs and Imports
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