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Author:        Lomax, Alan, 1915-
Title:         Mister Jelly Roll; the fortunes of Jelly Roll Morton, New
                  Orleans Creole and inventor of jazz. Drawings by David Stone
                  Martin.
Edition:       2d ed.
Published:     Berkeley, University of California Press [1973]
Description:   xvii, 318 p. illus. 21 cm.
LC Call No.:   ML410.M82 L6 1973
Dewey No.:     785.4/2/0924 B
ISBN:          0520024028 0520022378 (pbk.)
Notes:         "Chronological list of Morton's compositions": p. 292-296.
                  Discography: p. 297-318.
Subjects:      Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
               Jazz musicians -- United States -- Biography.
Control No.:   74189222 /MN/r923



Author:        Hill, Michael, B.A.
Title:         Jelly Roll Morton : a microgroove discography and musical
                  analysis / by Michael Hill and Eric Bryce.
Published:     [Salisbury East, Australia : Salisbury College of Advanced
                  Education], 1977.
Description:   35 p. : port. ; 30 cm.
Series:        Occasional papers - Salisbury College of Advanced Education ;
                  no. 16
LC Call No.:   ML156.7.M67 H5
Dewey No.:     016.7899/12542/0924 19
ISBN:          0909383138
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 34-35.
Subjects:      Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941 -- Discography.
               Jazz -- Discography.
               Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Other authors: Bryce, E. A., joint author.
Series Entry:  Salisbury College of Advanced Education. Occasional papers -
                  Salisbury College of Advanced Education ; no. 16.
Control No.:   80461529 /MN/r904



Author:        Chase, Doris, 1923-
Title:         Jazz dance [motion picture] / Doris Chase.
Published:     New York, NY : D. Chase, 1980.
Description:   1 film reel (4 min.) : sd., col. ; 16 mm.
LC Call No.:   GV1753
Dewey No.:     709.04 11
ISBN:          For sale ($150.00) or rent ($20.00)
Notes:         Title from data sheet.
               Intended audience: Junior high school through adult.
               Issued also as videorecording.
               An experimental film which presents an abstract evocation of
                  the jazz rhythms of Jelly Roll Morton through the supple
                  movements of dancer Gay Delange.
Subjects:      Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
               Delange, Gay.
               Jazz dance.
               Jazz dance.
Other authors: Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
               Delange, Gay.
Control No.:   80701974 /F/r87



Author:        Wright, Laurie.
Title:         Mr. Jelly Lord / by Laurie Wright ; with special contributions
                  by John H. Cowley ... [et al.].
Published:     Chigwell : Storyville, c1980.
Description:   x, 245 p. : ill., facsims., music, ports. ; 21 cm.
LC Call No.:   ML156.7.M67 W7
Dewey No.:     016.7899/12542/0924 19
ISBN:          0902391011 : 99.00
Notes:         Discography.
               Bibliography: p. [245]
               Includes indexes.
Subjects:      Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941 -- Discography.
Control No.:   81131995 /MN/r83



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
Title:         The saga of Mister Jelly Lord [sound recording] : master by
                  master in chronological order.
Published:     Italy : Joker ; Milano : Distribuz., SAAR, p1981.
Description:   7 sound discs : 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
LC Call No.:   M1366
               Joker C70/7
Notes:         Joker: C70/7 (SM 3550--SM 3556).
               Jazz ensembles.
               Jelly Roll Morton, piano, and his Red Hot Peppers or with
                  various trios.
               Recorded 1926-1930.
               Personnel and durations on container.
Subjects:      Jazz -- 1921-1930.
               Piano music (Jazz)
Control No.:   82760171 /R/r902



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
Uniform Title: Instrumental music. Selections
Title:         Music of Jelly Roll Morton [sound recording] : for solo piano,
                  trio, quartet, and septet.
Published:     Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Collection, p1978.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
LC Call No.:   M1366
               Smithsonian Collection N 006
Notes:         Smithsonian Collection: N 006; P 14710.
               Title from container.
               Dick Hyman, piano ; Bob Wilber, clarinet ; Dick Hyman Ensemble.
               Recorded live at the Baird Auditorium, National Museum of
                  Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Feb. 26, 1978.
               Program notes by Martin Williams on container.
               Shreveport stomp (3:20) -- Mournful serenade (3:21) --
                  Grandpa's spells (2:44) -- Boogaboo (3:17) -- King Porter
                  stomp (2:16) -- Smokehouse blues / Charles Luke (3:12) --
                  Fingerbreaker (2:48) -- Perfect rag (3:03) -- Wolverine blues
                  (4:24) -- Blue blood blues (2:47) -- Strokin' away (2:49) --
                  Georgia swing (2:17) -- Black bottom stomp (3:16).
Subjects:      Piano music (Jazz)
               Jazz -- 1971-1980.
               Blues (Music) -- 1971-1980.
Other authors: Hyman, Dick, 1927-  prf
               Wilber, Bob. prf
Other authors: Dick Hyman Ensemble. prf
Control No.:   82760962 /R/r902



Author:        Charters, Samuel Barclay.
Title:         Jelly Roll Morton's last night at the Jungle Inn : an imaginary
                  memoir / by Samuel Charters.
Published:     New York : M. Boyars : Distributed in the U.S. by Scribner Book
                  Companies, 1984.
Description:   153 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
LC Call No.:   PS3553.H327 J4 1984
Dewey No.:     813/.54 19
ISBN:          0714528056 : $12.95
Subjects:      Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941 -- Fiction.
               Jazz musicians -- United States -- Fiction.
               Biographical fiction. gsafd
               Musical fiction. lcsh
Control No.:   83011777 //r954



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
Uniform Title: Piano music. Selections
Title:         Jelly Roll Morton piano classics [sound recording] : 1923-24 /
                  compiled and annotated by David A. Jasen.
Published:     N[ew] Y[ork] C[ity] : Folkways, p1983.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
LC Call No.:   M1366
               Folkways RF 47
Notes:         Jelly Roll Morton, piano.
               Recorded 1923-1924 and originally released on the Gennett and
                  Paramount labels.
               Program notes (4 p.) inserted in container.
               King Porter stomp -- New Orleans joys -- Grandpa's spells --
                  Kansas City stomp -- Wolverine blues -- The pearls --
                  Thirty-fifth Street blues / Charles Levy -- Mamanita --
                  Frog-i-more rag -- London blues -- Tia Juana / Gene Rodemich
                  -- Shreveport stomp -- Mamanita -- Jelly Roll blues -- Big
                  foot ham -- Bucktown blues / Boyd Senter -- Tom cat blues --
                  Stratford hunch -- Perfect rag.
Subjects:      Piano music (Jazz)
               Jazz -- 1921-1930.
               Piano music (Ragtime)
               Piano music (Blues)
Other authors: Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
               Jasen, David A.
Control No.:   85750808 /R/r90



Title:         The Greatest ragtime of the century [sound recording].
Published:     Canaan, N.Y. : Biograph, p1987.
Description:   1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
LC Call No.:   M21
               Biograph BCD 103
Notes:         Piano rolls of ragtime and blues music.
               From rolls made by Jelly Roll Morton (1st-3rd works), Fats
                  Waller (4th-6th), Scott Joplin (7th-9th), James P. Johnson
                  (10th-11th), Eubie Blake (12th-14th), and Jimmy Blythe
                  (15th-16th).
               Recorded digitally directly from a 1910 Steinway 65/88 note
                  player.
               Compact disc.
               Shreveport stomp / Jelly Roll Morton -- Sweet man / Maceo
                  Pinkard -- Tom cat blues / Melrose and Jelly Roll Morton -- A
                  new kind of man with a new kind of love for me / Sidney Clare
                  and Leon Flatow -- Nobody but my baby / Clarence Williams and
                  Andy Razaf -- Got to cool my doggies now / Bob Schafer, Babe
                  Thompson, and Spencer Williams -- Maple leaf rag / Scott
                  Joplin -- Weeping willow rag / Scott Joplin -- Something
                  doing / Scott Joplin -- Steeplechase rag / James P. Johnson
                  -- Twilight rag / James P. Johnson -- Charleston rag -- It's
                  right here for you / Perry Bradford -- Mr. Freddie blues / J.
                  Henry Shayne -- Regal stomp / probably by Blythe & Clark
                  (with Charles Clark, assisting pianist).
Subjects:      Piano music (Ragtime)
               Piano music (Blues)
               Player-piano music.
Other authors: Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
               Waller, Fats, 1904-1943. prf
               Joplin, Scott, 1868-1917. prf
               Johnson, James P. (James Price), 1894-1955. prf
               Blake, Eubie, 1883-  prf
               Blythe, Jimmy, d. 1931. prf
Control No.:   87743117 /R



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
Title:         Jelly Roll Morton [sound recording] : great original
                  performances, 1926-1934.
Published:     [England?] : BBC, 1986, p1985.
Description:   1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series:        Jazz classics in digital stereo
LC Call No.:   BBC CD 604
Notes:         Jazz.
               Title from container.
               Incorrect title on label: Johnny Dodds.
               Jelly Roll Morton, piano, with various ensembles.
               Recorded between Sept. 15, 1926, and Aug. 15, 1934, principally
                  in Chicago and New York.
               Compact disc.
               Analog recording; "stereo re-creations from 78 rpm
                  originals"--Program notes, p. 4.
               Black bottom stomp / Morton (3:10) -- The chant / Stitzell--
                  Dead man blues / Morton (3:13) -- Grandpa's spells / Morton
                  (2:52) -- Original Jelly Roll blues / Morton (3:04) -- Beale
                  Street blues / W.C. Handy (3:14) -- Ham and eggs / Morton
                  (3:01) -- You need some loving / Bradford (3:06) -- Kansas
                  City stomps / Morton (2:52) -- Shoe shiner's drag / Morton
                  (3:19) -- Deep creek / Morton (3:31) -- Prelly Lil / Morton
                  (3:11) -- New Orleans bump / Morton (3:30) -- Ponchartrain /
                  Morton (2:53) -- Blue blood blues / Morton (3:01) -- I'm
                  alone without you / L. Estes Jnr. (2:52).
Subjects:      Jazz -- 1921-1930.
               Jazz -- 1931-1940.
               Piano music (Jazz)
Other titles:  Johnny Dodds.
Control No.:   87753605 /R/r932



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
Title:         Solo piano sessions 1924-38 [sound recording].
Published:     South Yarra, Victoria, Australia : Swaggie, p1982.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
Series:        Vintage jazz archives
LC Call No.:   M20
               Swaggie 816
Notes:         Title from container.
               Jelly Roll Morton, piano.
               Recorded in Camden, N.J., Chicago, Ill., and Washington, D.C.,
                  1924-1938.
               "A Swaggie Records reissue"--Container.
               Program notes, dates of recording, and original issue no. on
                  container.
               Honky tonk music (3:06) -- Finger buster (2:42) -- Creepy
                  feeling (3:22) -- Winin' boy blues (2:57) -- Honky tonk music
                  (3:05) -- Pep (2:53) -- Seattle hunch (3:08) -- Seattle hunch
                  (3:05) -- Frances (3:02) -- Freakish (2:49) -- Freakish
                  (2:54) -- The pearls (2:47) -- Sweetheart o' mine (2:49) --
                  Fat meat and greens (2:52) -- King Porter stomp (2:51) --
                  Thirty fifth Street blues (2:29) -- Mamanita (2:47) --
                  Froggie Moore rag (2:49) -- London blues (2:57).
Subjects:      Piano music (Jazz)
               Jazz -- 1921-1930.
               Jazz -- 1931-1940.
Control No.:   87753934 /R/r902



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
Title:         The Gennett piano solos 1923-24 [sound recording].
Published:     South Yarra, Victoria, Australia : Swaggie, p1981.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
Series:        Vintage jazz archives
LC Call No.:   M20
               Swaggie 801
Notes:         Title from container.
               Jelly Roll Morton, piano.
               Recorded in Richmond, Ind., 1923-1924.
               "A Swaggie Records reissue"--Container.
               Program notes, dates of recording, and original issue no. on
                  container.
               King Porter (a stomp) (2:38) -- New Orleans (blues) joys (2:45)
                  -- New Orleans (blues) joys (2:47) -- Grandpa's spells (a
                  stomp) (2:35) -- Kansas City stomp (2:56) -- Wolverine blues
                  (joys) (3:28) -- The pearls (a stomp) (3:14) -- Tia Juana
                  (tee wana) (2:49) -- Shreveport stomps (2:52) -- Mamanita
                  (2:53) -- Jelly roll blues (3:04) -- Big foot ham (2:53) --
                  Bucktown blues (2:56) -- Tom cat blues (3:01) -- Stratford
                  hunch (2:51) -- Perfect rag (2:42).
Subjects:      Piano music (Jazz)
               Jazz -- 1921-1930.
Control No.:   87753936 /R/r902



Author:        New Mexico Brass Quintet. prf
Title:         New Mexico Brass Quintet [sound recording].
Published:     Sedro-Woolley, WA : Crystal Records, p1987.
Description:   1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
LC Call No.:   M555
               Crystal Records CD560
Notes:         The 4th work from an oratorio; the 5th originally for cornet
                  and piano.
               New Mexico Brass Quintet (2 trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba).
               Recorded in Keller Hall, University of New Mexico, May 1985.
               Compact disc.
               Program notes (2 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
               Magic flute fantasy / Thomas Beveridge (8:41) -- A brass
                  menagerie / John Cheetham (17:13) -- Quintet for brass :
                  Complexities & contradictions / Raymond Luedeke (17:37) --
                  Sound an alarm / G.F. Handel ; arr. Hinterblicher (2:25) --
                  Fantaisie / Jean Baptiste Arban ; arr. Hinterblicher (7:17)
                  -- Dead man blues / "Jelly-Roll" Morton ; arr. Piper (3:13).
Subjects:      Brass quintets (Horn, trombone, trumpets (2), tuba)
               Brass quintets (Horn, trombone, trumpets (2), tuba), Arranged.
Other authors: Beveridge, Thomas, 1938-  Magic flute fantasy. 1987.
               Cheetham, John, 1939-  Brass menagerie. 1987.
               Luedeke, Raymond, 1944-  Quintets, trumpets, horn, trombone,
                  tuba. 1987.
               Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759. Judas Maccabaeus. Sound an
                  alarm; arr. 1987.
               Arban, J.-B. (Jean-Baptiste), 1825-1889. Fantaisie, cornet,
                  piano; arr. 1987.
               Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. Dead man blues; arr. 1987.
Control No.:   88751312 /R



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
Title:         The pearls [sound recording] / Jelly Roll Morton.
Published:     New York, N.Y. : Bluebird, p1988.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
LC Call No.:   M1366
               Bluebird 6588-1-RB
Notes:         Title from container.
               Jelly Roll Morton, piano, with his Red Hot Peppers, or (in
                  12th-13th works) Jelly Roll Morton Trio.
               Recorded Sept. 15, 1926-June 10, 1927, Chicago, and June 11,
                  1928, New York.
               Original issue numbers on container.
               "Digitally remastered."
               Black bottom stomp / Jelly Roll Morton -- Smokehouse blues /
                  Charles Luke -- The chant / Mel Stitzel -- Sidewalk blues /
                  Jelly Roll Morton-Walter Melrose -- Dead man blues / Jelly
                  Roll Morton -- Steamboat stomp / Ivan Kogen Semenoff --
                  Grandpa's spells / Jelly Roll Morton -- Original Jelly Roll
                  blues / Jelly Roll Morton -- Doctor Jazz / Joe "King"
                  Oliver-Walter Melrose -- Cannon ball blues / Jelly Roll
                  Morton-Charlie Rider-Marty Bloom -- The pearls / Jelly Roll
                  Morton -- Wolverine blues / Jelly Roll Morton-Spikes-Spikes
                  -- Mr. Jelly Lord / Jelly Roll Morton -- Georgia swing /
                  Jelly Roll Morton-A. Pecora -- Kansas City stomps / Jelly
                  Roll Morton -- Mournful serenade / Joe "King" Oliver.
Subjects:      Jazz -- 1921-1930.
               Piano music (Jazz)
Other authors: Red Hot Peppers (Musical group) prf
               Jelly Roll Morton Trio. prf
Control No.:   88752497 /R/r91



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
Uniform Title: Piano music. Selections
Title:         Armand Hug plays Jelly Roll Morton [sound recording].
Published:     South Yarra, Vic., Australia : Swaggie, p1975.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
LC Call No.:   Swaggie S1365
Notes:         Armand Hug, piano.
               Recorded in New Orleans.
               Winin' boy blues -- Buddy Bolden's blues -- Chicago breakdown
                  -- Sweet lips -- Why -- Granpa's spells -- Jelly Roll blues
                  -- My home is in a southern town -- Frog-I-more rag -- If you
                  knew how I love you -- Black bottom stomp -- Sweet
                  substitute.
               Minimal level cataloging.
Subjects:      Piano music (Jazz)
Other authors: Hug, Armand, 1910-  prf
Control No.:   89751495 /R



Author:        Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
Title:         We are Elks : marching song / words by Ed Werac ; music by
                  Ferd. Morton (Jelly Roll).
Edition:       Souvenir ed.
Published:     New York City : Tempo Music Pub. Co., c1939.
Description:   1 score (5 p.) ; 31 cm.
LC Call No.:   M1906.E5 M
Notes:         For voice and piano.
Subjects:      Popular music -- 1931-1940.
               Elks (Fraternal order) -- Songs and music.
Other authors: Werac, Ed. lyr
Control No.:   89754272 /M/r97



Title:         New Orleans masters [sound recording].
Published:     London : Swing House Records, 1983.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
LC Call No.:   Swing House Records SWH-42
Notes:         Tiger Rag -- King Porter stomp -- Didn't he ramble? -- That's
                  a-plenty -- The girls go crazy 'bout the way I walk --
                  Dippermouth blues -- What did Ory say? -- Saint Louis blues
                  -- Bugle call rag -- After you've gone -- I can't escape from
                  you.
               Brief record.
Subjects:      Jazz -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
Other authors: Morton, Jelly Roll, d.1941. prf
Other authors: Original Dixieland Jazz Band.
               Creole Jazz Band.
Control No.:   90740580 /R



Title:         Jelly Roll [sound recording].
Published:     Berlin : Free Music Production, p1981.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
LC Call No.:   Free Music Production SAJ-31
Notes:         Black bottom stomp -- New Orleans blues -- King Porter stomp --
                  The pearls -- Wolverine blues -- Mr. Jelly Lord -- Dead man
                  blues.
               Brief record.
Subjects:      Blues (Music)
Other authors: Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
Control No.:   90741163 /R



Title:         Blues and stomps [sound recording].
Published:     Canaan, N.Y. : Biograph, p1989.
Description:   1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
LC Call No.:   Biograph BCD 111
Notes:         The Jelly Roll blues -- Mr. Jelly Lord -- London blues -- Sweet
                  man -- Grandpa's spells -- Stratford huntch -- Shreveport
                  stomp -- Tom cat blues -- King Porter -- Midnight mama -- Tin
                  roof blues -- Dead man blues -- Pep -- The naked dance.
               Brief record.
Subjects:      Piano music (Blues)
Other authors: Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
Control No.:   90741177 /R



Title:         Rare piano rolls 1922-1927 [sound recording].
Published:     Victoria, Australia : Swaggie, p1985.
Description:   1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Series:        Jazz masters of the keyboard
               Vintage jazz archives
LC Call No.:   Swaggie 825
Notes:         Various pianists.
               Rolls recorded 1922-1927.
               Grandpa's spells (Jelly Roll Morton, piano) -- Papa de-da-da
                  (Clarence Williams, piano) -- Cow cow blues (Charles "Cow
                  Cow" Davenport, piano) -- Do it Mr. so-and-so (Thomas "Fats"
                  Waller, piano) -- King of the zulus blues (Richard M. Jones,
                  piano) -- Black bottom dance (James P. Johnson, piano) --
                  Mama's gone good-bye (Steve J. Lewis, piano) -- Gulf coast
                  blues (Clarence Johnson, piano) -- Struttin' at the
                  strutter's ball (Sam Williams, piano) -- Jackass blues
                  (Theodore (Teddy) Wetherford, piano) -- You've gotta see
                  mamma ev'ry night (Clarence M. Jones, piano) -- Mr. Freddie
                  blues (Jimmy Blythe, piano) -- If I could be with you (James
                  P. Johnson and Thomas "Fats" Waller, piano).
Subjects:      Piano music (Jazz)
Other authors: Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. prf
               Williams, Clarence, 1893-1965. prf
               Davenport, Charlie, 1895-1955. prf
               Waller, Fats, 1904-1943. prf
               Jones, Richard M. prf
               Johnson, James P. (James Price), 1894-1955. prf
               Lewis, Steve J. prf
               Johnson, Clarence, d. 1933. prf
               Williams, Sam. prf
               Weatherford, Teddy, 1903-1945. prf
               Jones, Clarence M. prf
               Blythe, Jimmy, d. 1931. prf
Control No.:   90750919 /R/r91


Name Citations [5 Records]

Heading:       Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941.
References:    La Menthe, Ferdinand Joseph, d. 1941
               nnaa Morton, Ferdinand Joseph, 1885-1941
               Lemott, Ferdinand Joseph, d. 1941
               Lamothe, Ferdinand, d. 1941
               Mouton, Ferdonand, d. 1941
               Menthe, Ferdinand Joseph La, d. 1941
               Morton, Ferdinand Joseph, d. 1941
Notes:         His Mister Jelly Roll, 1950.
               Storyville, v. 18, p. 56-58 (article by L. Gushee; baptismal
                  register for St. Joseph's Church, New Orleans: Ferdinand
                  Joseph Lemott, child of Edward Lbemott and Louise Monett, b.
                  10-20-1890; Ferdinand Lamothe, later Mouton, later Morton,
                  very probably same as Jelly Roll Morton)
               New Grove (Morton, 'Jelly Roll' (Ferdinand Joseph), b.
                  ?Gulfport, Miss., 9-20-1885; d. Los Angeles, 7-10-1941)
Control No.:   n  50007929 



Heading:       Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. Instrumental music. Selections
References:    Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. Music of Jelly Roll Morton
Notes:         His Music of Jelly Roll Morton [SR] c1978.
Control No.:   n  81100380 



Heading:       Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. Piano music. Selections
References:    Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. Jelly Roll Morton piano classics
               Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. Armand Hug plays Jelly Roll Morton
               Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941. Best of Jelly Roll Morton
Notes:         His Jelly Roll Morton piano classics [SR] p1983.
Control No.:   n  85014462 



Heading:       Jelly Roll Morton Trio.
References:    Morton Trio
See also refs: Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941
Notes:         Morton, J.R. The pearls [SR] p1988: container (Jelly Roll
                  Morton Trio: Jelly Roll Morton, piano; Johnny Dodds,
                  clarinet; Baby Dodds, drums)
Control No.:   n  88641287 



Heading:       New Orleans Jazzmen
See also refs: Morton, Jelly Roll, d. 1941
Notes:         Bechet, S. The master takes [SR] p1990: container insert (Jelly
                  Roll Morton's New Orleans Jazzmen)
Control No.:   n  91118872

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