Artist: Jelly Roll MortonAuthor: Ferdinand MortonLabel: GennettYear: 1923
Solo piano; first orchestral version: Jelly Roll's Red Hot Peppers in '27.
Ry Cooder [in medley with Gene Rodemich's Tia Juana (see there)]
Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Dave Van Ronk
Jelly Roll also cut Tia Juana for Gennett. He usually mixed it with Mamanita, another Spanish tinged tune for his wife Anita.
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