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Thomas Morris

(August 30th 1897 - ? ?th 1945)

A cornetist native to New York City whose style was representative of the pre-Louis Armstrong brass sound. He recorded with many big name musicians including Clarence Williams, Charlie Johnson, and Fats Waller in addition to accompanying singers like Mamie Smith and Eva Taylor.


Blues For The Everglades (3:10)

Bull Blues (2:52)

Charleston Stampede (3:12)

E Flat Blues No. 2 (3:19)

Ham Gravy (3:00)

Jackass Blues (3:06)

Junk Bucket Blues (3:07)

Lazy Drag (3:02)

Original Charleston Strut (2:51)

P.D.Q. Blues (3:17)

Please Take Me Out of Jail (2:50)

Red Hot Dan (3:21)

The King Of The Zulus (2:47)

Those Blues (3:22)

What's The Matter Now? (2:29)

Won't You Take Me Home? (2:59)

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