File:PDP-CH - Jelly Roll Morton's New Orleans Jazzmen - Winin' Boy Blues - Traditional arranged by Jelly Roll Morton - Bluebird-b10429b.flac

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Title/Work: Winin' Boy Blues (Fox Trot)

Content: Jazz/dance band

Genre(s): Dixieland (New Orleans Jazz)

Author(s)/(Composer(s): unknown (traditional)

Music arranger(s): Jelly Roll Morton (1890-1941)

Lyricist(s): unknown (traditional)

Performer(s): Jelly-Roll Morton's New Orleans Jazzmen: Lawrence Lucie, Guitar (1907-2009); Jelly Roll Morton, Piano/Singing (1890-1941)

Conductor: none

Place of recording: Studio #3, RCA Manufacturing Company, Inc., 155 East 24th Street, New York, New York (United States)

1st release date: 1939?

1st recording date: 14 September 1939

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