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Jelly Roll Morton - I'm The Winnin' Boy download album

Jelly Roll Morton - I'm The Winnin' Boy download album
Album:
I'm The Winnin' Boy
Style:
Dixieland
Released:
1981
FLAC vers. size:
1959 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1515 mb
WMA vers. size:
1540 mb
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4.6 ★
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Some of the last recordings of the first great Jazz composer, including an outstanding version of 'The Pearls'. A-side and B1-4 private sessions recorded in Baltimore sometime in 1938. Broadcast, July 14, 1940.

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Tracklist

A1 Honeysuckle Rose
A2 My Melancholy Baby
A3 Honeysuckle Rose
A4 I'd Do Anything For You
A5 I Ain't Got Nobody
A6 The Pearls (Piano Solo)
B1 Tiger Rag
B2 Trees
B3 Honeysuckle Rose
B4 After You've Gone
B5 Winnin' Boy Blues
B6 King Porter's Stomp

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Teddy Smith (tracks: A1-6, B1-4)
  • Bass – Harry Patent
  • Clarinet – Alfie Evans
  • Design – Dany Hearn
  • Drums – Nat Levine
  • Guitar – Tony Collucca*
  • Orchestra – The Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street* (tracks: B5-6)
  • Piano – Jelly Roll Morton
  • Tenor Saxophone – Rudolf Adler*
  • Trombone – Jack Epstein
  • Trumpet – Dick Bird (tracks: A1-6, B1-4), Henry Levine (tracks: B5-6)

Notes

Some of the last recordings of the first great Jazz composer, including an outstanding version of 'The Pearls'.

A-side and B1-4 private sessions recorded in Baltimore sometime in 1938.
B5-6 N.B.C. Broadcast, July 14, 1940.

Marketed by President Records Limited, London.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: JOY 265 A 10 ORLAKE
  • Matrix / Runout: JOY 265 B 10 ORLAKE