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Jelly-Roll Morton* - Classic Jazz Piano Volume One

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  5. Neshura says:
    Jelly Roll Morton's unexpected use of rhythm and his skill at emulating a full jazz band sound on the piano resonate throughout this collection of classic recordings from the Gennett label. These 19 selections were recorded during one prolific year and are presented here in chronological order.
  6. Zulugar says:
    One could reasonably argue that Jelly Roll Morton, born October 20, in New Orleans, was the first great composer and piano player in jazz. Morton took it a step further and proclaimed himself the “Inventor of Jazz and Stomps.” Said Jelly Roll, "I tell you the truth—of course, any time you hear anybody, anywhere playin’ jazz, what.
  7. Vukree says:
    Jelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers As New Orleans lost its commercial position as a major port and blacks fled the oppression of the American south, the cream of NOLA musicians hit the road. In the last hour, we heard the music of trombonist Kid Ory, whose Ory’s Sunshine Orchestra was the first black jazz .

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