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  • Patrice Champarou
    ... From: Mike Meddings To: Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 4:21 PM Subject: Jelly Roll Morton website updated
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 9, 2009
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Mike Meddings" <mike@...>
      Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 4:21 PM
      Subject: Jelly Roll Morton website updated

      > Hello all,
      > The Jelly Roll Morton website has been updated with the following 8 items
      > of
      > significant interest:
      > Brian Goggin sends an article titled, "Gas Wrecks Residence" from The Fort
      > Wayne Weekly Sentinel, dated 1st March 1905. A terrific piece of
      > research
      > on a future associate of Jelly Roll who went on to become one of the most
      > important recording engineers of jazz records.
      > Brian Goggin an article for a previously unknown Jelly Roll Morton and his
      > Red Hot Peppers engagement at Cliffside Park, Indiana, Pennsylvania from
      > the
      > Indiana Evening Gazette, dated 28th May 1931.
      > A terrific MP3 of "Mr. Jelly Lord" played by Jim Turner (pianist with the
      > Jim Cullum Jazz Band) and vocalist Topsy Chapman (original cast member of
      > the Broadway show "One Mo' Time).
      > Prof. Albert Haim sends an article titled, "Jelly Roll Morton in New York
      > by
      > Danny Barker" from The Jazz Review, dated May 1959. Plenty of anecdotes
      > about Jelly Roll in this in-depth article.
      > Brian Goggin sends an obituary notice for Jelly Roll Morton from The Salt
      > Lake Tribune, dated 12th July 1941.
      > Don Rouse of the Potomac River Jazz Club send a superb photograph of Baby
      > Dodds, Bunty Pendelton and Marty Marsala from the Beale Riddle Estate.
      > Special thanks to Hal Smith and Butch Thompson for identifying Marty
      > Marsala
      > and Bunty Pendelton and to James Hogg for helping out with this.
      > A superb MP3 of "Oil Well" played by "Pam" Pameijer's New Jazz Wizards
      > with
      > English pianist Ray Smith. Ray was a close associate of the late Ray
      > Foxley, a great Morton performer.
      > Brian Goggin has updated his WWI Draft Registration Card and Essay on
      > George
      > William Mitchell, with a contribution from jazz historian Paige van Vorst.
      > The above items can be accessed from the grey UPDATED BOX at:
      > http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/updates.html
      > Musically yours.
      > Mike.
      > www.doctorjazz.co.uk
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