... From: Mike Meddings To: Nick Flynn Sent: Thursday, September 03, 2009 10:33 PM Subject: Jelly Roll
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, Sep 3, 2009
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From: "Mike Meddings" <mike@...>
To: "Nick Flynn" <nicflynn@...>
Sent: Thursday, September 03, 2009 10:33 PM
Subject: Jelly Roll Morton website updated with 6 items
> Hello all,
> The Jelly Roll Morton website has been updated with 6 terrific articles
> items of great interest and historical value.
> Brian Goggin's essay on Ezra C.A. Wickemeyer, the sound recording engineer
> for Gennett Records, has been significantly updated. This "must read"
> article now includes some additional information and a rare photograph of
> Ezra C.A. Wickemeyer (linked from the text). Thanks to Rick Kennedy and
> Mel Helmich.
> Photograph of Ezra C. A. Wickemeyer's wrecked family home following gas
> explosion. Courtesy of Mel Helmich and Rick Kennedy. Additional
> information by Brian Goggin.
> A terrific version of "Milenburg Joys" played by the "Yerba Buena
> : Recorded live at Bimbo's 365, San Francisco. Courtesy of Leon Oakley.
> Brian Goggin continues to chase Jelly Roll Morton's 1929 engagements on
> east coast. This one is for previously unknown event in Point Marion,
> Pennsylvania from The Daily News Standard, dated 9th May 1929.
> Music roll historian Robert Perry Brian sends an article titled, HOME OF
> "BLUES" --- Mention of the Melrose Bros. and Jelly Roll Morton. This is
> from Presto : The American Music Trade Weekly, dated 10th November 1923.
> Brian Goggin sends an article about Jelly Roll Morton at the Gallatin
> Gardens, Uniontown, Pennsylvania from The Daily News Standard, dated 13th
> May 1929.
> To view all the above, please click on the URL below. Hope you enjoy.
> Musically yours.
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