Jelly Roll Morton American musician

Jelly Roll Morton is a 50 years old American musician from Gulfport, Mississippi. Jelly Roll Morton was born on October 20, 1890 (died on July 10, 1941, he was 50 years old) in Gulfport, Mississippi. His nickname was Jelly Roll Morton.

Jelly Roll Morton

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Is Jelly Roll Morton still alive?

No, he died on 07/10/1941, 83 years ago. He was 50 years old when he died. Cause of death: asthma. He died in Los Angeles and buried in Calvary Cemetery .

Works

Jelly Roll Morton Albums (70)

There are 70 albums of Jelly Roll Morton.

His last album Piano Solos - Jelly Roll Morton's New Orleans Memories released 2 years 10 months ago. When Piano Solos - Jelly Roll Morton's New Orleans Memories released, he was 130 years old. This album contains 10 tracks

His first album You Want JELLY ROLL MORTON Well, Here He Is! released 99 years ago, he was 34 years old when this album released. There were 13 songs in this album.

Piano Solos - Jelly Roll Morton's New Orleans Memories
Piano Solos - Jelly Roll Morton's New Orleans Memories
The Complete Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1
The Complete Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1
Jazz Journeys Presents Trad Jazz - Jelly Roll Morton
Jazz Journeys Presents Trad Jazz - Jelly Roll Morton
The Complete Library of Congress Recordings Vol.1
The Complete Library of Congress Recordings Vol.1

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Popular Jelly Roll Morton Songs

  1. Doctor Jazz (Doctor Jazz, released 30 years ago)
  2. Black Bottom Stomp - 2002 Remastered (Jazz 100, released 14 years ago)
  3. I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say (The Best of Jelly Roll Morton, released 10 years ago)
  4. Mamie's Blues (Jazzuela. Julio Cortázar y el Jazz, released 23 years ago)
  5. Buddy Bertrand's Blues / Mamie's Blues (Jelly Roll Morton - The Complete Congress Recordings, released 12 years ago)
  6. Wolverine Blues (Doctor Jazz, released 30 years ago)
  7. King Porter Stomp (Jelly Roll Morton 1923/24, released 32 years ago)
  8. King Porter Stomp (In Person, released 10 years ago)
  9. Wolverine Blues - 1990 Remastered - Take 1 (Birth Of The Hot - The Classic Chicago "Red Hot Peppers" Sessions 1926-27, released 98 years ago)
  10. If You Knew How I Love You (New Orleans Jazz Essentials, released 10 years ago)

Awards (1)

Awarded Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004 .

What was Jelly's zodiac sign?

Jelly Roll Morton zodiac sign was libra.

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