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Composer Creator:Jelly Roll Morton

Title/Work: Shoe Shiner's Drag (Fox Trot)

Content: Jazz/dance band

Genre(s): Jazz

Author(s)/(Composer(s): Jelly Roll Morton (1890-1941)

Music arranger(s): none

Lyricist(s): none

Performer(s): Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers: Jelly Roll Morton, leader/piano (1890-1941), Omer Simeon, clarinet (1902-1959), Geechie Fields, trombone (1904-?), Ward Pinkett, trumpet (1906-1937), Lee L. Blair, banjo (1903-1966), Tommy Benford, drums (1905-1994), Bill Benford, tuba (1902-1994)

Conductor: none

Place of recording: Camden, New Jersey (United States)

1st release date: 1928 (reissued: 1938)

1st recording date: 11 June 1928

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