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Moving on with Jazz appreciation month we come to a particular type of jazz from a particular type of city…New Orleans. There were many great and memorable musicians that came out of that town, and we’ve already featured several of them on this show. But when the Franklin Mint puts together an entire box set around the Kings of that kind of music, you need to sit and take notice. So get ready to hear the early genres begin to mix together on Jelly Roll’s keyboard in Volume 68: King Morton.

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Credits and Copyrights:

Jelly Roll Morton / King Oliver / Sidney Bechet – Kings Of New Orleans Jazz
Label: The Franklin Mint Record Society – FM JAZZ 017
Series: The Greatest Jazz Recordings Of All Time, Institute Of Jazz Studies Official Archive Collection
Format: 4 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Red Vinyl and Box, Box Set
Country: Sweden
Released: 1983
Genre: Jazz

We will hear both sides of record one. We’ll listen to 7 f the 12 songs on the record.

King Porter Stomp
Written by Jelly Roll Morton
Mamie’s Blues
Written by Mamie Desdumes
The Chant
Composed by Mel Stitzel, Arranged by Jelly Roll Morton
Original Jelly Roll Blues
Written by Jelly Roll Morton
Red Hot Pepper
Written by Jelly Roll Morton
Freakish
Written by Jelly Roll Morton
High Society
Written in 1901 by Porter Steele

I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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