Tracklist: 1. I Hate A Man Like You, 2. Michigan Water Blues, 3. Winin’ Boy Blues, 4. Mamie Desdoumes, 5. Albert Carrol, 6. Game Kid, 7. Lowdown Blues, 8. The Crave. VIII (Jelly And The Blues) by Jelly Roll Morton. The Saga Of Mr. Jelly Lord – Vol. XII (I’m The Winin’ Boy) by Jelly Roll Morton. The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume Eight by Jelly Roll Morton. Rags & Blues, Volume III Of Selections From The Library Of Congress Recordings by Jelly Roll Morton. The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume Five by Jelly Roll Morton. View all albums . The Library Of Congress Recordings Volume Four. By: Jelly Roll Morton (, Jazz). 1. I Hate A Man Like You. 2. Michigan Water Blues.
These recordings, by Jelly Roll Morton & His Red Hot Peppers, are regarded as classics of 1920s jazz. The Red Hot Peppers featured such other New Orleans jazz luminaries as Kid Ory, Omer Simeon, George Mitchell, Johnny St. Cyr, Barney Bigard, Johnny Dodds, Baby Dodds, and Andrew Hilaire. Several of Morton's compositions were musical tributes to himself, including "Winin' Boy", "The Jelly Roll Blues" (subtitled "The Original Jelly-Roll"); and "Mr. Jelly Lord". In the big-band era, his "King Porter Stomp", which Morton had written decades earlier, was a big hit for Fletcher Henderson and Benny Goodman; it became a standard covered by most other swing bands of that time. The first draws heavily on Morton's own words and stories from the Library of Congress interviews. Liner notes to Jelly Roll Morton: The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax.
His composition "Jelly Roll Blues" was the first published jazz composition, in 1915. Morton is also notable for naming and popularizing the "Spanish Tinge" (habanera rhythm and tresillo), and for writing such standards as "King Porter Stomp", "Wolverine Blues", "Black Bottom Stomp", and "I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say", the last a tribute to New Orleans musicians from the turn of the 20th century. It is the oldest federal cultural institution in the United States. and also maintains the Packard Campus in Culpeper, Virginia, which houses the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center.
Winin' Boy Blues: Library Of Congress Rcdgs. Vol. 4. Jelly Roll Morton. 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.
The fourth and final CD in Rounder's Library of Congress series has the later recordings from this extensive program, including two numbers from six months after the original discussions had concluded. Jelly Roll Morton, who is heard very briefly on guitar on "L'il Liza Jane," takes fine piano solos on such numbers as "Freakish," "Pep," "Ain't Misbehavin'" and a medley of Spanish-tinged songs including "The Crave. This fascinating series (Rounder pitch-corrected the recordings) is recommended to collectors of early jazz.
CD 7 1. Winin' Boy Blues (4:10) 2. Winin' Boy Blues, continued (4:16) 3. Boogie Woogie Blues (4:22) 4. Buddy Bertrand's Blues, continued, Mamie's Blues (4:27) 5. When the Hot Stuff Came In (8:41) 6. The First Hot Arrangements (9:02) 7. The Pensacola Kid and the Cadillac Café (8:00) 8. At the Cadillac Café . Coon Blues (2:23) 17. Jazz is Just a Makeup, Buddy Bolden, Honky Tonks, Brass Band Funerals, and Parades (5:26) 18. Young Sidney Bechet, Jim Crow and the Dangers of the District (3:41) 19. The Main Idea in Jazz, 'Just Watch Me' - Improvising and Reading Music (3:25) 20. Of All His Mother's Children He Loved Jelly the Best (6:18).
Free download and listen The Library Of Congress Recordings: Volume Three. Jelly Roll Morton - If You Was Whiskey 04:36. Jelly Roll Morton - Shootin' The Agate/See See Rider 12:59. Jelly Roll Morton - Pallet On The Floor 00:36. Jelly Roll Morton - Animule Ball 08:12. Jelly Roll Morton - Buddy Bolden 08:15. Classic Piano Solos - Jelly Roll Morton. Jelly Roll Morton - The Complete Congress Recordings - Jelly Roll Morton. The Complete Jelly Roll Morton Piano Heritage, Vo. - 1923/24 - Jelly Roll Morton. Jelly Roll Morton - Jelly Roll Morton. Jelly Roll Morton Greatest Hits - Jelly Roll Morton.
|Card Dealer's Song||2:14|
|New Orleans Blues||3:24|
|Creepy Feeling (Begun)||3:19|
|Creepy Feeling (Concluded)||4:28|
|If You Don't Shake||1:40|
|I Hate A Man Like You||3:27|
|Michigan Water Blues||3:51|
|Winin' Boy Blues No. 2 (Begun)||4:07|
|Winin' Boy Blues No. 2 (Concluded)||4:14|
|Buddy Bertrand's Blues No. 1 / Mamie's Blues (Combined)||4:25|
|Boogie Woogie Blues||2:54|
|Albert Carroll's Tune||0:51|
|Buddy Bertrand's Blues No. 2||0:22|
|L'il Liza Jane||0:48|
|Tricks Ain't Walkin' No More||2:36|
|CD 1094||Jelly Roll Morton||Winin' Boy Blues: The Library Of Congress Recordings, Volume 4 (CD, Comp)||Rounder Records||CD 1094||US||1993|
|C 1094||Jelly Roll Morton||Winin' Boy Blues: The Library Of Congress Recordings, Volume 4 (Cass, Comp)||Rounder Records||C 1094||US||1993|