Top Jelly Roll Morton Albums
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Jelly Roll Morton Rarities
Jelly Roll Morton Rarities
[2019]
Early Recordings
Early Recordings
[2017]
Jelly-Roll Morton: Original Recordings 1926-29
Jelly-Roll Morton: Original Recordings 1926-29
[2015]
Jazz Collection: Jelly Roll Morton
Jazz Collection: Jelly Roll Morton
[2014]
The Jelly Roll Morton Rarities
The Jelly Roll Morton Rarities
[2014]
Jelly Roll Morton - The Complete Congress Recordings
Jelly Roll Morton - The Complete Congress Recordings
[2013]
The Legendary Jelly Roll Morton: New Orleans Finest Jazz
The Legendary Jelly Roll Morton: New Orleans Finest Jazz
[2013]
The Complete Jelly Roll Morton Piano Heritage, Vol.1 - 1923/24
The Complete Jelly Roll Morton Piano Heritage, Vol.1 - 1923/24
[2013]
Sweet Substitute (feat. Albert Nicholas, Henry
Sweet Substitute (feat. Albert Nicholas, Henry "Red" Allen, Kid Ory & Omer Simeon)
[2012]
Dead Man Blues
Dead Man Blues
[2012]
The Early Years
The Early Years
[2011]
Good Jelly
Good Jelly
[2011]
A Jazz Hour With Jelly Roll Morton: Doctor Jazz
A Jazz Hour With Jelly Roll Morton: Doctor Jazz
[2011]
I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say
I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say
[2011]
Jazz Legends (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
Jazz Legends (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
[2011]
Jazzmasters Vol 5 - Jelly Roll Morton - Part 2
Jazzmasters Vol 5 - Jelly Roll Morton - Part 2
[2010]
New Orleans Joy's
New Orleans Joy's
[2010]
Vintage Music No. 108 - Jelly Roll Morton
Vintage Music No. 108 - Jelly Roll Morton
[2010]
Jazz Progressions, Vol. 41
Jazz Progressions, Vol. 41
[2009]
Oh, Mister Jelly!
Oh, Mister Jelly!
[2009]
Ultimate Jazz Collections, Vol. 19
Ultimate Jazz Collections, Vol. 19
[2009]
Jazzmasters Vol 5 - Jelly Roll Morton - Part 1
Jazzmasters Vol 5 - Jelly Roll Morton - Part 1
[2009]
The Original Jelly
The Original Jelly
[2008]
The Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax
The Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax
[2007]
Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers Vol. 2
Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers Vol. 2
[2006]
Blues and Stomps from Rare Piano Rolls
Blues and Stomps from Rare Piano Rolls
[2006]
Jelly Roll Morton: Absolutely the Best
Jelly Roll Morton: Absolutely the Best
[2006]
Jelly Roll Morton Plays Jelly Roll Morton and Other Favorites
Jelly Roll Morton Plays Jelly Roll Morton and Other Favorites
[2006]
Sidewalk Blues
Sidewalk Blues
[2005]
The Complete Library of Congress Recordings
The Complete Library of Congress Recordings
[2005]
Ferd 'Jelly Roll' Morton 1923-1926
Ferd 'Jelly Roll' Morton 1923-1926
[2005]
Jelly Roll Blues
Jelly Roll Blues
[2002]
The Jazz Age, Vol. 5 Jelly Roll Morton
The Jazz Age, Vol. 5 Jelly Roll Morton
[2002]
Volume 9 (1938)
Volume 9 (1938)
[2002]
King Porter Stomp
King Porter Stomp
[2000]
The Original Mr. Jelly Lord 1923-1941
The Original Mr. Jelly Lord 1923-1941
[1999]
Last Sessions: The Complete General Recordings
Last Sessions: The Complete General Recordings
[1997]
Doctor Jazz
Doctor Jazz
[1997]
The Compositions of Jelly Roll Morton 1923-1941
The Compositions of Jelly Roll Morton 1923-1941
[1996]
Birth of the Hot - the Classic Chicago
Birth of the Hot - the Classic Chicago "Red Hot Peppers" Sessions 1926-27
[1995]
The Library of Congress Recordings: Jelly Roll Morton - Kansas City Stomp, Vol. 1
The Library of Congress Recordings: Jelly Roll Morton - Kansas City Stomp, Vol. 1
[1993]
Jelly Roll Morton 1923/24
Jelly Roll Morton 1923/24
[1992]
Jelly Roll Morton (Jelly Roll Morton Original Recordings)
Jelly Roll Morton (Jelly Roll Morton Original Recordings)
[1991]
Jelly Roll Morton - Vol. II
Jelly Roll Morton - Vol. II
[1989]
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Related Information for Jelly Roll Morton
Also listed as:Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot PeppersJelly-Roll Morton's Red Hot PeppersFerdinand Joseph LaMothe (October 20, 1890 – July 10, 1941), known professionally as Jelly Roll Morton, was an American ragtime and early jazz pianist, bandleader and composer who started his career in New Orleans, Louisiana.Widely recognized as a pivotal figure in early jazz, Morton is perhaps most notable as jazz's first arranger, proving that a genre rooted in improvisation could retain its essential spirit and characteristics when notated. His composition "Jelly Roll Blues" was the first published jazz composition, in 1915. Morton is also notable for naming and popul... read more