MILENBERG JOYS

Latest update on 02/02/2002

Artist: New Orleans Rhythm Kings
Author: Ferdinand Morton/Leon Rappolo/Paul Mares
Label: Gennett
Year: 1923

With the three composers Jelly Roll Morton, Leon Rappolo and Paul Mares.

Covers:

1924:

Jimmy Joy [real name: Jimmy Maloney]

1925:

Kid Ory

1925:

Ted Lewis

1927:

Rodney Rodgers

1928:

McKinney's Cotton Pickers

1931:

Fletcher Henderson

1932:

Paul Whiteman

1933:

Lew Stone

1934:

Casa Loma Orch.

1934:

Dorsey Brothers

1937:

Artie Shaw

1938:

Larry Clinton

1938:

Jelly Roll Morton [author during one of his timeless radio sessions for Alan Lomax, the fuel for his book Mr. Jelly Roll, the first biography of a jazzman; Morton's own 1924 version was never released]

1939:

Tommy Dorsey

1942:

Bob Crosby

1943:

George Lewis

1946:

Sidney Bechet

1946:

Louis Armstrong

1960:

Acker Bilk

1960:

Dutch Swing College Band

1966:

Don Redman

1988:

Bob Brozman

1992:

Dr. John [as Milneburg Joys]

1993:

Dirty Dozen Brass Band

On his Goin Back To New Orleans cd, Dr. John describes Milneburg (sic) as a theme park near Lake Pontchartrain, favorite Sunday afternoon hangout for New Orleans bourgeoisie a century ago. Women and children around the kiosk, gentlemen to the whores.

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