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Bad Luck And Trouble - The Jelly Roll Cookers - Blues From Planet Earth (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Nira says:
    Jelly's Blues recounts the tumultuous life of Jelly Roll Morton (ca., ). A virtuoso pianist with a larger-than-life personality, he composed such influential early jazz pieces as "King Porter Stomp" and "New Orleans Blues." However, by the late s, he was nearly forgotten/5(4).
  2. Donos says:
    Oct 16,  · A jelly roll is a dessert made of sponge cake that has been spread with jam (or jam mixed with cream) and rolled up into a log, but this is the blues and that's not all it means! This is the latest installment of our weekly series, The Language of the Blues, in which author/rocker Debra Devi explores the meaning of a word or phrase found in.
  3. Majin says:
    Jelly roll, jelly roll Sitting on a fence If you don't get it You ain't got no sense Now I'm wild about my jelly 'Bout my sweet jelly roll When you taste my jelly You wanna take me right home Can make a blind man see A lame man walk Can make a deaf woman hear.
  4. Kigakree says:
    Jelly Roll East Lake Road Harbor Springs, MI ph: jellyrol lbluesban d @ettiovidisropowordsurfdingdartobo.coinfo
  5. Tara says:
    "Original Jelly Roll Blues", usually shortened to and known as "Jelly Roll Blues", is an early jazz fox-trot composed by Jelly Roll Morton. He recorded it first as a piano solo in Richmond, Indiana, in , and then with his Red Hot Peppers in Chicago two years later, titled as it was originally copyrighted: "Original Jelly-Roll Blues". It is referenced by name in the Shelton Brooks.
  6. Maushakar says:
    Jelly Roll Morton: The Complete Library of Congress Recordings is a box set of recordings from jazz pioneer Jelly Roll Morton. The set spans tracks over eight CDs. It won two Grammy Awards in , Best Historical Album and Best Album Notes.
  7. Arashishicage says:
    Does anyone know exactly what the significance of the term 'Jelly Roll' is? I've noticed it appear in the blues quite often, but I've never been sure.
  8. Kagamuro says:
    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, – July 10, ), 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.

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