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It has been reliably reported that the bus with the performers that accompanied him pulled out of town, leaving him behind on the streets of Houston, still drunk - Doctor Clayton is ditched by his band after showing up under the influence at a dance gig for 3,000 people in Houston, Houston Informer, August 29, 1942

Author Topic: Why Jelly Roll Morton/Leon Redbone  (Read 605 times)

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Offline daddystovepipe

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Why Jelly Roll Morton/Leon Redbone
« on: December 25, 2013, 08:03:06 AM »
My take on a Jelly Roll Morton song.  He recorded this at the end of his career (late 30ies) and showed how a great blues singer he was.
Leon Redbone recorded a slower version on his Branch to Branch lp.  I slowed it down a little more.
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Offline sustaireblues

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Re: Why Jelly Roll Morton/Leon Redbone
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2013, 06:17:27 AM »
Wow!
Mighty fine indeed, thanks!

Offline Pan

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Re: Why Jelly Roll Morton/Leon Redbone
« Reply #2 on: December 26, 2013, 02:01:36 PM »
Carl the Crooner!  :)

Nicely done! A sweet sounding guitar too!

Cheers

Pan

 


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