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The Red Light District - The Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Plays Jelly Roll Morton (CD, Album)

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  1. Buy The New Orleans Album (CD) by The Dirty Dozen Brass Band (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  2. Toute la discographie de The Dirty Dozen Brass Band: albums et chansons en streaming et téléchargement MP3. Vidéos, biographie, concerts. avec l'album. Georgia swing (album version) (The Dirty Dozen Brass Band Plays Jelly Roll Morton. Premium.
  3. And Doctor Butler decided it would be a good idea if we recorded the dirty dozen doing all jelly roll Morton songs. And maybe that sounds like a natural connection, but if you really think about it, it wasn't there are several of jelly roll. so that was Red light districts all over the country. This is the Dirty Dozen Brass Band on.
  4. Elvis Costello also appeared on this record. saw “Jelly,” a record of New Orleanian and jazz originator Jelly Roll Morton’s compositions. All of these records combined New Orleans rhythms, serious musicianship, and a celebratory attitude. By now other bands had heard the Dirty Dozen and wanted to sample from their unique playing.
  5. Jelly (The Dirty Dozen Brass Band Plays Jelly Roll Morton, an album by The Dirty Dozen Brass Band on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Nov 18,  · Top Tracks - Dirty Dozen Brass Band Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Topic; videos; 58, views; Last updated on Nov 18,
  7. Jelly, an Album by The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Released 6 April on Columbia (catalog no. CK ; CD). Genres: New Orleans Brass Band. Featured peformers: Scott Billington (producer), Jenell Marshall (drums, percussion), Lionel Batiste (drums, percussion), Gregory Davis (trumpet, percussion), Efrem Townes (trumpet), Roger Lewis (baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone, percussion), Kevin.
  8. Jelly's jazz (Danny Barker) () --Georgia swing / Jelly Roll Morton, S. Pecora () --Freakish / Jelly Roll Morton () --Sidewalk blues / Jelly Roll Morton, Walter Melrose () --The red light district / Danny Barker () --Milenberg joys / Walter Melrose [and others] () --Mr. Ray "J" ; Dead man blues / Gregory Davis ; Jelly Roll.
  9. On their first album devoted to a single jazz composer, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band has made an inspired choice in their hometown New Orleans hero, Jelly Roll Morton/5(7).

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