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8 thoughts on “ Tin Roof Blues - Jelly Roll Morton - Piano Roll Solos (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jelly Roll Morton's 11 piano rolls of (which had previously been put out on LP by Biograph and Everest) often had more life than others of the period, but still sounded a bit mechanical. Using modern techniques during (including the Yamaha Disklavier), producer Artis Wodehouse was able to make Morton 's piano rolls sound much.
  2. Jan 30,  · From "Jelly Roll Morton: The Piano Rolls" videos Play all Trains, Boogie-woogie, Country, Rock n Roll, Irish, Gospel, Folk, 20s 30s Blues, Military, Andes, Pure Singers, Ghost & .
  3. Check out Blues and Stomps From Rare Piano Rolls by Jelly Roll Morton on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on kidwahotlicalbeunacithecentworfa.xyzinfo Tin Roof Blues. Tin Roof Blues. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart A Jazz Hour With Jelly Roll Morton: Doctor Jazz Jelly Roll Morton. out of 5 stars 2. $/5(4).
  4. The Piano Rolls Jelly Roll Morton Pop · Preview SONG TIME Midnight Mama. 1. PREVIEW Shreveport Stomp. 2. PREVIEW Stratford Hunch. 3. PREVIEW Dead Man Blues. 4. PREVIEW Grandpa's Spells. 5. PREVIEW Tin Roof Blues. 6. PREVIEW London Blues. 7. PREVIEW King Porter Stomp.
  5. A1 Jelly Roll Blues A2 Mr. Jelly Lord Jazz,Blues. Piano Blues. A3 London Blues Rare Piano Roll Series –. Vinyl, LP, Compilation. B2 Tom Cat Blues Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Glenn Gould (piano) abile (Solo Otra Vez) Celine Dion All By Myself (Spanish Version) Bryan Adams, Sting, Rod Steward All for love Jerry Roll Morton Dead man blues Diamond, Neil Dear Father 2Pac Dear Mama.
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  8. Jelly Roll Morton is considered one of the first great jazz composers. His unique and influential style is preserve by the solo and piano rolls he recorded in The songs on this collection include some of his most famous: "King Porter Stomp" and "Sreveport Stop" as well as a couple of rarer performances, "Sweet Man," and "Tin Roof Blues."5/5(3).

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