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Billy Goat Stomp
Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers
Feat. "Laughing" Lew Lamar
This side was recorded in Chicago on July 4th 1927 with George Mitchell cornet, Gerald Reeves trombone, Johnny Dodds clarinet, Stump Evans alto sax, Jelly Roll Morton piano & leader, Bud Scott guitar, Quinn Wilson tuba, Baby Dodds drums, and "Laughing" Lew Lamar sound effects.
*"Billy Goat Stomp" was composed by Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton.
The goat sound heard on this record is provided by comedian "Laughing" Lew Lamar a Vaudeville performer by whom the song was reportedly commissioned.
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