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King Porter Stomp - Jelly Roll Morton - Sidewalk Blues (CD)

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  1. 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).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Dr. Jazz [Arpeggio Jazz] - Jelly Roll Morton on AllMusic -
  3. Aug 09,  · Song King Porter Stomp; Artist Jelly Roll Morton; Album Early Ragtime Piano; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, Believe Music, UMG (on behalf of Folkways Records); PEDL, LatinAutor - Warner.
  4. Kansas City Stomp (Kansas City Stomps) Jelly Roll Blues (Original Jelly Roll Blues/Chicago Blues) Fickle Fay Creep (Soap Suds) Jungle Blues Sweet Peter Hyena Stomp State and Madison Bert Williams Freakish Pep Creepy Feeling Spanish Swat The Pearls Fingerbuster (Fingerbreaker) Honky Tonk Music The Crave Mister Joe (Buffalo Blues) King Porter.
  5. Listen to King Porter Stomp by Jelly Roll Morton. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "Jelly Roll Morton - The Complete Congress Recordings" by Jelly Roll Morton on Napster Honky Tonk Blues / In New Orleans, Anyone Could Carry a Gun. Play Hot Bands and Creole Tunes. Play
  6. Shreveport Stomp: Mamamita: Jelly Roll Blues: Big Foot Ham (Big Fat Ham) Bucktown Blues: Tom Cat Blues: Stratford Hunch: Perfect Rag: King Porter Stomp: Tom Cat Blues: The Pearls: Sweetheart O'Mine: Fat Maat And Greens: King Porter Stomp: Black Bottom Stomp: Smoke.
  7. Jelly Roll Morton also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Sittin' On A Tree Top; 2. Blue 'N Boogie; 3. Royal Garden Blues; 4. King Porter Stomp; 5. Back Beat Boogie; 6. Northwest Passage; 7. The Peanut Vendor; 8. When Your Lover Has Gone; 9. Smilin' The Blues Away; Chattanooga Choo Choo; Yeah Man; Twelve O'Clock Jump.
  8. PORTER KING “A marvelous pianist now in the cold, cold ground” King Porter Stomp is one of Jelly Roll Morton’s earliest compositions, and it is also one of his finest. Morton claimed that he wrote the piece in , the year when he travelled down on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.

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