- Jazz heritage series ; v. 33
- The pearls / Ferdinand Morton (2:46) -- Sweetheart o' mine / Walter Melrose (2:52) -- Fat meat and greens / Aletha D. Robinson (2:55) --King Porter stomp / Ferdinand Morton (2:50) -- Cryin' for the Carolines / H. Lewis (2:58) -- What is this thing called love / Cole Porter (3:05) -- You've got to be modernistic / James P. Johnson (3:11) -- Jingles / James P. Johnson (3:24) -- Pinetop's blues (2 versions) (2:52) (2:43) -- Pinetop's boogie-woogie (2 versions) (3:20) (3:09) -- I'm sober now / Clarence Smith (3:09) -- Jump steady blues (2 versions) / Clarence Smith (3:17) (3:18) -- Nobody knows you when you're down and out / Jimmie Cox (2:44).
- Related Titles:
- Sweetheart o'mine
Fat meat and greens
King Porter stomp
Cryin' for the Carolines
What is this thing called love?
You've got to be modernistic
Pinetop's boogie woogie
I'm sober now
Jump steady blues
Nobody knows you when you're down and out
- Program notes by Dominique Brigaud on container.
The Clarence I. Noll and Almeda Noll Record Collection.
Copy 2: The Wayne "Fuzzy" and Ann W. Lehman Collection.
- Participant/Performer Note:
- Jelly Roll Morton, piano (1st-4th works) ; James P. Johnson, piano (5th-8th works) ; Pinetop Smith, piano and vocals (9th-13th works).
- Data/Place of Event:
- Recorded 1926-1930 in Chicago and New York.
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