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Billy Goat Stomp

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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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