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Blues For The Everglades

Thomas Morris & His
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Recorded in New York City on November 12th 1926 featuring Thomas Morris cornet & leader, Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton trombone, Ernest Elliott clarinet & tenor sax, Mike Jackson or Phil Worde piano, Buddy Christian banjo, and Wellman Braud string bass.

*"Blues For The Everglades" was composed by Charles Henry.

Native New Yorker Thomas Morris was an obscure figure who played cornet in the so-called "primitive style". His music stands as an excellent example of how New York brass players sounded before the rise of Louis Armstrong.

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