Jelly Roll Morton And The Red Hot Peppers Featuring Sidney Bechet - Volume Four album FLAC
- Performer: Jelly Roll Morton And The Red Hot Peppers
- Title: Volume Four
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: TTA AAC MP2 DMF MMF DTS AU
- Released: 1953
- MP3 album: 1427 mb
- FLAC album: 1617 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 753
Jelly Roll Morton & His Red Hot Peppers. Jelly Roll Morton and His Orchestra. Jelly Roll Morton & His Red Hot Peppers. Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra. When the Saints Go Marching In. Sidney Bechet. 13 more albums featuring this track.
Red Hot Peppers was a recording jazz band led by Jelly Roll Morton from 1926–1930.
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Volume 2 follows Morton to New York and features a few forceful piano solos, a strong session with trumpeter Red Allen and unsung clarinet player Albert Nicholas, plus a standout trio date with clarinetist Barney Bigard and drummer Zutty Singleton. Volume 3 is not as consistently brilliant, but offers some gems as well, including cuts with Nicholas and trumpeter Ward Pinkett on board from July 1930. Jelly Roll Morton's music is one of the great, elemental pleasures in American music, on a level with Ellington, Basie, Miles Davis, and a few others. I'm not really an expert on all of the various recordings, but this box set feels pretty essential. It is somewhat repetitive from disc to disc, different performances of the same material, but well structured, so that each disc is an enjoyable listen. There are also highlights featuring a band with Henry Allen, . Higginbotham, Paul Barbarin and Pops Foster, among others.
|A2||Buddy Bolden's Blues|
|A4||Didn't He Ramble|
|B1||Ballin' The Jack|
|B2||West End Blues|
|B3||Don't You Leave Me Here|
- Bass – Wellman Braud
- Clarinet – Albert Nicholas
- Drums – Zutty Singleton
- Guitar – Lawrence Lucie
- Piano, Vocals – Jelly Roll Morton
- Soprano Saxophone – Sidney Bechet
- Tenor Saxophone – Happy Caldwell
- Trombone – Claude Jones
- Trumpet – Sidney De Paris