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Spanish Swat - Jelly Roll Morton - The Library Of Congress Recordings (CD)

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Download Spanish Swat - Jelly Roll Morton - The Library Of Congress Recordings (CD)
1991
Label: Affinity - CD AFS 1010-3 • Series: The Swingtime CD Collection • Format: 3x, CD Compilation • Country: Spain • Genre: Jazz •


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  1. Mezigor

    30.08.2019 13:09

    The stories and songs on these recordings are a document of the big bang of jazz music at the dawn of the 20th Century. New Orleans composer, pianist and pool shark Jelly Roll Morton was one of the key figures in the creation of jazz. Alan Lomax was the visionary folklorist who created a legacy.
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  2. Moogugul

    31.08.2019 15:51

    Feb 13,  · Secondly this week, “Spanish Swat,” one of Morton’s more obscure “Spanish Tinge” tunes, which he only recorded once during the Library of Congress interview in the context of his long discussion of the Spanish Tinge rhythm and its importance to jazz (You can hear it in 2 parts here and here on Spotify). This one is a bit darker than some of the other Spanish Tinge tunes and has only.
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  3. Daisho

    03.09.2019 04:06

    Jelly Roll Morton created history when he sat down with Alan Lomax to record the Library of Congress recordings in Never before had an artist of Morton’s knowledge, and yes, fanfaronade, put so much into words. For the first time we heard from a pioneer who had actually been there. Historians will argue about the truth of what Morton says.
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  4. Fenribei

    03.09.2019 20:18

    Includes accompanying books: Mister Jelly Roll: the fortunes of Jelly Roll Morton, New Orleans Creole and "Inventor of Jazz" / by Alan Lomax ; Doctor Jazz / by John Szwed. Participant Jelly Roll Morton, piano. Event Recorded May-June and Dec. , Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Included Work I'm Alabama bound.
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  5. Vujind

    03.09.2019 04:29

    Jelly Roll Morton 's Library of Congress Recordings have been issued and reissued by various labels since the monumental Riverside LP edition of In what might be seen as a 50th anniversary celebration, the folks at Rounder Records decided to haul off and reintroduce this material to the public in the year with a mammoth tribute package of unprecedented completeness/
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  6. Dira

    26.08.2019 22:37

    EAC extraction logfile from July , for CD Jelly Roll Morton / The Complete Library of Congress Recordings (Disc 3) Used drive: ATAPI CD-RW 52X24 Adapter: 1 ID: 0 Read mode: Secure with NO C2, accurate stream, disable cache Read offset correction: 6 .
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  7. Mazujind

    01.09.2019 08:29

    Jelly Roll Morton, piano, vocals; and in interviews with Alan Lomax. Event notes: Recorded May Dec. 14, by Alan Lomax in Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
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  8. Samujora

    01.09.2019 15:15

    Lomax seems to have become more interested in what Morton said than in his piano playing. What Morton said wound up as part of the book Lomax wrote about him ("Mister Jelly Roll"), and which is included in the eight-CD set ("Jelly Roll Morton: The Complete Library of Congress Recordings") from which these recordings are taken.5/5(5).
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  9. Fausar

    31.08.2019 21:52

    This five-CD set contains the very best band recordings of Jelly Roll Morton's career. There are performances in this reissue, including all of the alternate takes. Bypassed are the pianist's recordings with the vaudevillian clarinetist Wilton Crawley, singers Lizzie Miles and Billie Young, and two songs he performed on a radio broadcast in.
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