Jelly Roll Morton
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COMPOSITION INDEX

# A B C D E F G H I J K
L M N O P Q R S T W Y Z

Title

35th St. Blues
(Chas. J. Levy)
Claimant or Publisher

HNOC

Deposited or Published




Aaron Harris (was a bad, bad man) (Cl E unp 137631)
Bad Man Song
For Voice and Piano  [1]

Estate of JRM



Jun 1, 1948



After You’ve Gone
(Henry Creamer — J. Turner Layton)
Broadway Music

1918


Alabama Nights  [MT]
unknown
unknown

Albert Carroll’s Blues (Cl E unp 153986)
For Piano
Estate of JRM

Dec 20, 1939


All That I Ask Is Love
(Herbert Ingraham — Edgar Selden)
Maurice Shapiro

1910


The Angel’s Serenade
(Gaetano Braga)
Oliver Ditson & Co.

1877


Any Ox  [G]  [MT]
unknown
unknown

Anamule Dance (Cl E unp 209908)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Tempo-Music


Dec 20, 1939



Ballin’ The Jack
(Chris Smith — James Reece Europe)

Joseph W. Stern


1914


Beale Street Blues
(W.C. Handy)
W. C. Handy

1916


Benny Frenchy’s Defeat (Cl E unp 160066)
For Piano  [1]
Estate of JRM

Mar 11, 1949


Bert Williams (Cl E unp 137615)
Characteristic Piano Solo
a.k.a. The Pacific Rag [q.v.]
For Piano  [1]
Estate of JRM



Jun 29, 1948




Betty  [HNOC]
HNOC

Big Fat Ham (Cl E unp 170499)
a.k.a. Big Foot Ham [q.v.] and Ham and Eggs [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Roy J. Carew


Jun 14, 1949



Big Fat Ham (Cl E pub 100761)
a.k.a. Big Foot Ham [q.v.] and Ham and Eggs [q.v.]
For Piano  [1]
Roy J. Carew
Illustrated Cover

Jul 16, 1956



Big Foot Ham (Cl E 568564)
a.k.a. Big Fat Ham [q.v.] and Ham and Eggs [q.v.]
Holograph — For Piano
Lloyd Smith


Aug 11, 1923


Jelly Roll probably named Big Foot Ham in tribute to vaudeville artist Hamtree Harrington, who wore a pair of outsize shoes in his act. Both Morton and Harrington were associated with W.C. Handy’s orchestra in Memphis.


Big Lip Blues (Cl E unp 212838)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music

Jan 20, 1940


Big Lip Blues (Cl E unp 215608)
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music

Mar 7, 1940


Big Time Woman
(Wilton Crawley)
unknown

unknown


Billy Goat Stomp (Cl E 667827)
For Piano
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover
Jul 5, 1927


Billy Goat Stomp
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [11]
Melrose Bros.

1927


Black Bottom Stomp
originally titled: Queen of Spades [q.v.]
Melrose Bros.

Sep 18, 1926


Black Bottom Stomp (Cl E 648730)
originally titled: Queen of Spades [q.v.]
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover

Oct 4, 1926



Blue Blood Blues (Cl E unp 40325)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Majestic Stomp  [FJR]  [BE]
(Hector Marchese)
Southern Music Co.




May 20, 1931





Blues
unknown
unknown

This title does not appear to have been originally copyrighted or published and its existence is known only from The Baltimore Acetates recording session dated before April (?) 1938.


Boogaboo
a.k.a. Gold Fish Blues [q.v.]
Melrose Bros.

Aug 15, 1928


Boogaboo
a.k.a. Gold Fish Blues [q.v.]
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [11]
Melrose Bros.


1928



Boogie Woogie Blues (Cl E unp 153987)
a.k.a. The Crazy Chord Rag [q.v.]
For Piano
Estate of JRM


Jan 17, 1949



Bucktown Blues (Cl E 612147)
(Boyd Senter)

(arranged by Carleton Colby)
Melrose Bros.


1924



Buddy Bertrand’s Blues (Cl E unp 153985)
For Piano
Estate of JRM

Jan 17, 1949


Buddy Bolden’s Blues (Cl E pub 48163)
(I Thot I Heard Buddy Bolden Say) — Song
For Voice and Piano  [1]
Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover

Jul 14, 1950



Buddy Carter Rag (Cl E unp 160067)
For Piano  [1]
Estate of JRM

Mar 11, 1949


Buffalo Blues (Cl E 688478)
a.k.a. Mr. Joe [q.v.]
Holograph — For Piano — Lead Sheet
Triangle


Apr 2, 1928



Burnin’ The Iceberg (Cl E unp 11383)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Southern Music Co.


Sep 28, 1929



C. C. Rider
(Lena Arrant and Ma Rainey)
a.k.a. See See Rider

unknown



unknown



Cadillac Rag
unknown
unknown

“While there [at the Cadillac Café in Los Angeles], Morton wrote a tune called Cadillac Rag.” [D]


Call Of The Freaks
(Paul Barbarin — Luis Russell)
unknown

unknown


Can-Can
a.k.a. C’était n’aut’ can-can, payez donc
unknown

unknown


Cannon Ball Blues (Cl E 654852)
(with Charlie Rider & Marty Bloom)
For Piano
Melrose Bros.


Dec 27, 1926



Card Dealer’s Song
unknown
unknown

The Chant — A Spooky Serenade (Cl E 644871)
(Mel Stitzel)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra
 [4]
Melrose Bros.


Aug 2, 1926



Chicago Breakdown
a.k.a. Stratford Hunch [q.v.] and Stratford Huntch

Melrose Bros.

Jan 12, 1926


Chicago Breakdown (Cl E 633467)
a.k.a. Stratford Hunch [q.v.] and Stratford Huntch
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.


Feb 15, 1926



Clarinet Marmalade
(Larry Shields — Henry Ragas)
Leo. Feist

1918


Climax Rag
(James Scott)
John Stark

1914


Courthouse Bump (Cl E unp 14982)
Southern Music Co.
Dec 26, 1929

The Crave (Cl E unp 209909)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music

Dec 20, 1939


The Crave (Cl E pub 49473)
Characteristic Piano Solo
For Piano  [1]
Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover

Sep 25, 1950



The Crazy Chord Rag
a.k.a. Boogie Woogie Blues  [q.v.]





Crazy Chords (Cl E unp 50291)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Jan 7, 1932


Creepy Feeling (Cl E unp 387773)
For Piano
Roy J. Carew

Aug 25, 1944

An unpublished manuscript exists at HNOC, transcribed by J. Lawrence Cook. This is taken from the 1938 Jazz Man recording.  [BT]


Croc-A-Dile Cradle
Piano and Banjo Parts
JRM

1930

Unpublished. [VG]


Dead Man Blues (Cl E 642855)
(words by Anita Gonzales)
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet

Melrose Bros.



Jul 3, 1926



Dead Man Blues (Cl E 650996)
For Piano  [4]
Melrose Bros.

Oct 22, 1926


Dead Man Blues
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [4]
Melrose Bros.

1926


Dear Ole Lonnon  [HNOC]
HNOC

Deep Creek (Cl E unp 32288)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Dec 17, 1930


Deuces Wild  [G]
unknown
unknown

Dirty, Dirty, Dirty (Cl E unp 214465)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music

Feb 5, 1940


The Dirty Dozen
(Clarence M. Jones — Jack Frost)
unknown

1917


Discordant Jazz (Cl E unp 138390)
For Piano  [1]
Estate of JRM

Jun 29, 1948


Dixie Knows (Cl E pub 26782)
(with Mel Stitzel)
Melrose Bros.

Nov 18, 1931


Don’t Tell Me Nothin’ ’Bout My Man (Cl E unp 19138)

Don’t Tell Me Nothing ’Bout My Man  [DJR]  [BE]
(Smith & Garrison)
Southern Music Co.



Mar 14, 1930




Don’t Tell Me Nothin’ ’Bout My Man (Cl E unp 31154)
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet

Don’t Tell Me Nothing ’Bout My Man  [DJR]  [BE]
(Smith & Garrison)
Southern Music Co.




Nov 25, 1930





Don’t You Leave Me Here (Cl E unp 203984)
a.k.a. I’m Alabama Bound [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Sep 26, 1939



Don’t You Leave Me Here (Song) (Cl E unp 213811)
a.k.a. I’m Alabama Bound [q.v.]
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Feb 17, 1940



Down My Way (Cl E unp 18079)

Southern Music Co.

Mar 5, 1930


Each Day (Cl E unp 65475)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Sing A Little Song Each Day  [FJR]  [DJR]  [BE]
(Harrison Smith — Ben Garrison)

Southern Music Co.





Dec 22, 1932





Everybody Loves My Honey Now
(Walter H. Brown)
Southern Music Co.

unknown


Exit Gloom (PA-118-926)

Denton & Haskins

unknown


Fast Ragtime (Cl E unp 138392)
For Piano  [1]

Estate of JRM


Jun 29, 1948


Fat Meat And Greens (Cl E unp 617012)
(John Bishaw — Aletha Dickerson)
unknown

Jun 27, 1925


Fickle Fay Creep (Cl E unp 33439)
a.k.a. Soap Suds  [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Just A Lonely Echo  [DJR]  [BE]
(Harrison Smith & Ben Garrison)
Southern Music Co.





Jan 10, 1931






The Finger Breaker (Cl E unp 316156)
a.k.a. Fingerbuster
For Piano
Roy J. Carew


Nov 23, 1942


Mike Meddings is in possession of an unpublished manuscript edited by J. Lawrence Cook.  [1]


Fish Tail Blues
(Lee Collins)
a.k.a. Side-Walk-Blues  [q.v.] and Sidewalk Blues  [q.v.]
unknown


unknown



Flee As A Bird To The Mountain
(Mrs. Mary S. B. Dana — arr. by George Frederick Root)
Oliver Ditson & Co.

1857


Frances (Cl E unp 33437)
a.k.a. Fat Frances
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.


Jan 10, 1931



Freakish (Cl E unp 11378)
For Piano — Lead Sheet


Sep 28, 1929


Freakish (for Cl E unp 11378, not a copyright deposit)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Copyright renewed and assigned to:
Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., New York.
Southern Music Co.




1929





Froggie Moore (Cl E 559684)
a.k.a. Sweetheart O’ Mine [q.v.]
and Frog-I-More Rag [q.v.]
(words by Benjamin F. Spikes and John C. Spikes)
For Piano and Voice
Spikes Bros.




Apr 16, 1923





Frog-i-More Rag (Cl E 439269)
a.k.a. Sweetheart O’ Mine [q.v.]
and Froggie Moore [q.v.]
Holograph — For Piano
Fred [sic] Morton



May 15, 1918




Frog-i-More Rag (Cl E pub 15486)
a.k.a. Sweetheart O’ Mine [q.v.]
and Froggie Moore [q.v.]
For Piano  [1]
Roy J. Carew
Illustrated Cover


Jun 20, 1947




Fussy Mabel (Cl E unp 22881)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Jun 5, 1930


Futuristic Blues
(Wilton Crawley)

unknown


unknown



Gambling Jack (Cl E unp 50292)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

All Girls Are Beautiful Girls  [DJR]  [BE]
(Smith & Garrison)

Southern Music Co.





Jan 7, 1932





Game Kid Blues (Cl E unp 153988)
For Piano
Estate of JRM

Jan 17, 1949


Gan Jam (PA-948-874)  [HNOC]
HNOC
May 27, 1999

Georgia Swing (Cl E 699057)
Melrose Bros.
Aug 15, 1928

Georgia Swing (Cl E pub 7068 — not a Deposit Copy)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [12]
Melrose Bros.

1928


Get The Bucket (Cl E unp 214467)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music

Feb 5, 1940


Get The Bucket (Cl E unp 215610)
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music

Mar 7, 1940


Gold Fish Blues  [HNOC]
a.k.a. Boogaboo  [q.v.]
HNOC




Golden Leaf Strut
(Paul Mares — Leon Roppolo)
unknown

1925

Golden Leaf Strut is, in part, the same tune as Milenberg Joys, with the omission of Jelly Roll’s name as composer.


Golden Weding [sic]

Waltz version of Shreveport Stomp
unknown


unknown



Good Old New York (Cl E unp 187163)
(The World’s Fair Song)
(Lyrics by Ed Werac)
For Voice and Piano
Tempo-Music



Feb 9, 1939




Grandpa’s Spells (Cl E 570417)
Holograph — For Piano
Melrose Bros.

Aug 20, 1923


Grandpa’s Spells (Cl E 618136)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]


Melrose Bros.


May 21, 1925



Ham & Eggs (Cl E 688479)
a.k.a. Big Fat Ham  [q.v.] and Big Foot Ham  [q.v.]
Holograph — For Piano — Lead Sheet

Triangle



Apr 2, 1928



Harmony Blues (Cl E unp 25073)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Honeymoon Farm  [DJR]  [BE]
(Ben Garrison)
Southern Music Co.




Jul 18, 1930





Hello Central!  Give Me — Doctor Jazz
(Joseph Oliver — Walter Melrose)
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover
1927


Hen House  [HNOC]
HNOC

Hesitation Blues
(Scott Middleton — Billy Smythe)
unknown

1915


High Brown Baby Mine
(with Karl Kramer)
unknown

unknown


High Society
(Porter Steele)
E. J. Denton

1901


Hog Function  [HNOC]
HNOC

Honey Babe (Cl E 699058)
Melrose Bros.
Aug 15, 1928

Honeysuckle Rose
(Fats Waller — Andy Razaf)
Santly Bros.

1929


Honky Tonk Blues
a.k.a. Honky Tonk Music  [q.v.]





Honky Tonk Music (Cl E unp 111225)
a.k.a. Honky Tonk Blues  [q.v.]
For Piano
Tempo-Music


Jan 6, 1948



Hyena Stomp (Cl E 665816)
For Piano
Melrose Bros.

Jun 27, 1927


Hyena Stomp
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]

Melrose Bros.


1927



I Ain’t Got Nobody
(Charles Warfield — Spencer Williams — Roger Graham)

Craig & Co.
Frank K. Root

1915


I Hate A Man Like You (Cl E unp 15137)
Holograph — For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet
(Typescript of Chorus and Verses Laid In)
Ferd Morton


Jan 2, 1930



I Hate A Man Like You (Cl E unp 39108)
For Voice and Piano
Ferd Morton

Apr 22, 1931


I Thot I Heard Buddy Bolden Say (Cl E unp 204808)
(Buddy Bolden’s Blues)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Sep 19, 1939



I Thot I Heard Buddy Bolden Say (Cl E unp 213810)
(Song)
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Feb 17, 1940



I Thot I Heard Buddy Bolden Say (Cl E unp 53731)
(Buddy Bolden’s Blues)
Characteristic Piano Arrangement and Solo
For Voice and Piano
Tempo-Music



Nov 20, 1946




I Thot I Heard Buddy Bolden Say (Cl E unp 53732)
(Buddy Bolden’s Blues)
Orchestration by Jelly Roll Morton
For Voice and Small Orchestra
Tempo-Music



Nov 20, 1946




I Would Do Anything For You
(A. Hill — R. Williams — C. Hopkins)
unknown

1932


If I Was Whiskey And You Was A Duck
unknown
unknown

If Someone Would Only Love Me (Cl E unp 53717)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Mar 22, 1932

(Gee I Be Happy) If Someone Would Only Love Me  [DJR]  [BE]
(Smith & Garrison)



If You Don’t Shake, Don’t Get No Cake
unknown
unknown

If You Knew — How I Love You (Cl E pub 72466)
(Lyrics by Ed Werac)
For Voice and Piano
Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover

Oct 31, 1938



I’m Alabama Bound (Cl E unp 183620)
a.k.a. Don’t You Leave Me Here [q.v.]
For Voice and Piano
Ferd Morton


Jan 3, 1939


In Born With The Blues, Perry Bradford writes: “I played and sang a whole gang of blues; among them was ‘I’m Alabama Bound’, the song I changed the title to ‘Don’t [You] Leave Me Here’.” [BWTB 94]


I’m Alone Without You
(L. Estes Jr.)
unknown

unknown


I’m Her Papa, She’s My Mama
(Wilton Crawley)
unknown

unknown


I’m Looking For A Little Bluebird (Cl E unp 28396)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

I’m Looking For A Little Bluebird  [DJR]  [BE]
(Smith & Garrison)
Southern Music Co.




Sep 26, 1930





I’ve Seen My Baby (And It Won’t Be Long Now)
unknown
unknown

Il Trovatore (Cl E unp 165492)
(The Miserere, combined with The Anvil Chorus)
A Transformation
For Piano
a.k.a. The Miserere  [q.v.]


Estate of JRM





Apr 25, 1949






Jazz Jubilee  [HNOC]

HNOC



Jelly Roll Blues (Cl E 372536)
copyrighted as:
Original Jelly-Roll Blues  [q.v.]
originally titled: The Chicago Blues
Will Rossiter
Illustrated Cover


Sep 22, 1915




Jelly Roll Morton’s Scat Song (Cl E unp 137614)
For Voice and Piano  [2]
Estate of JRM

Jun 29, 1948


Jersey — fox-trot “Instrumental” (Cl E unp 73940)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Jul 8, 1933


Jungle Blues (Cl E 665813)
For Piano

Melrose Bros.

Jun 27, 1927


Jungle Blues
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [14]

Melrose Bros.


1928



Kansas City Stomp (Cl E 570418)
Holograph — For Piano

Melrose Bros.


Aug 20, 1923


Kansas City Stomp (Cl Ep 53126)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover
Feb 26, 1925


Keep Your Business To Yourself
(Wilton Crawley)
unknown

unknown


King Porter Stomp
Melrose Bros.
Dec 6, 1924

King Porter Stomp — Dixieland Stomp (Cl E 603561)
A Blues Masterpiece
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]


Melrose Bros.



Dec 9, 1924




La Paloma Into Blues — Piano Solo (Cl E unp 137612)
For Piano  [1]

Estate of JRM


Jun 29, 1948


Levee Man Blues (“It was a free and easy place”)
a.k.a. Levee Rambler Blues
unknown

unknown


L’il Liza Jane
unknown
unknown

Little Lawrence (Cl E unp 25074)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Jul 18, 1930


Load Of Coal (Cl E unp 90480)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Jul 10, 1934


London Blues (Cl E 569713)
a.k.a. Shoe Shiner’s Drag  [q.v.] and London Café Blues
Holograph — For Piano
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover

Sep 26, 1923


London Blues was named after The London Café, which was located on the corner of 31st and State Street, Chicago. This was a meeting place for musicians who knew it as “Funk London”.


London Blues
a.k.a. Shoe Shiner’s Drag  [q.v.] and London Café Blues
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [5]
Melrose Bros.






Low Down Blues
a.k.a. New Orleans Blues  [q.v.] — New Orleans Joys
and Indian Blues  [MJR 125]







Low Gravy (Cl E unp 60413)
For Piano — Lead Sheet


Southern Music Co.


Aug 10, 1932



Make Me A Pallet On The Floor

unknown

unknown

Mamanita — Tango (Cl E unp 165493)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Estate of JRM

Apr 25, 1949


Mama’s Got A Baby
unknown
unknown

This does not appear to have been originally copyrighted or published under this title and it’s existence is known only from The Morton Seven recording session dated 30th January 1940.  There are striking similarities between Dixie Queen — A Southern Ragtime, composed by Robert Hoffman, © 1906 by Cable Co., and Mama’s Got A Baby.


Mamie’s Blues (Cl E unp 209910)
(Mamie Desdume) [sic]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Dec 20, 1939



Mamie’s Blues (219 Blues) (Cl E pub 32394)
(Mamie Desdume) [sic]
For Voice and Piano  [1]
Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover

Dec 24, 1948



Mamie’s Blues  [HNOC]
(Mamie Desdunes)
HNOC



This title is not in Morton’s hand. Bill Russell speculates in some notes that the arrangement had been written by Dave Nelson. It is, of course, possible that Morton wrote the arrangement and that someone else copied it. But unlike the arrangements that are clearly Morton’s, this one has a violin part. [JD 1]


Maple Leaf Rag
(Scott Joplin)
John Stark

1899

An unpublished manuscript of the “stomp” version exists at HNOC, transcribed by J. Lawrence Cook. [BT]


Melody With Break (Cl E unp 138391)
For Piano  [1]
Estate of JRM

Jun 29, 1948


Melody With Riff (Cl E unp 138393)
For Piano  [1]
Estate of JRM

Jun 29, 1948


Michigan Water Blues
(Clarence Williams)
Clarence Williams

1923


Midnight Mama
Melrose Bros.
Nov 2, 1925

Midnight Mamma [sic] (Cl E 628631)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.

Nov 18, 1925


Milenberg [sic] (Cl E 613278)
(with Roppolo & Mares)
For Piano — Lead Sheet  [6]
Melrose Bros.


Apr 17, 1925



Milenberg Joys (Cl E 619050)
(with Paul Mares & Leon Roppolo)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [6]
Melrose Bros.


Jun 22, 1925



Milenberg Joys (Cl E 628039)
(with Walter Melrose, Paul Mares & Leon Roppolo)
For Voice and Piano
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover

Oct 28, 1925



Milenberg Joys (Cl E pub 120765)
(with Walter Melrose, Paul Mares & Leon Roppolo)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [7]
Melrose Music Corp.


1944



Milenberg Joys (Cl E pub)
(with Walter Melrose, Paul Mares & Leon Roppolo)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [10]
Melrose Music Corp.


1950



Mint Julep (Cl E unp 60414)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Aug 10, 1932


Misbehavin’
copyrighted as:
Ain’t Misbehavin’
(Andy Rafaz — Thomas Waller — Harry Brooks)
Mills



1929




The Miserere (Cl E pub 49472)
Characteristic Piano Solo
a.k.a. Il Trovatore  [q.v.]
For Piano  [1]
Roy J. Carew
Illustrated Cover


Sep 25, 1950




Mississippi Mildred (Cl E unp 92347)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Jul 7, 1934


Monrovia
a.k.a. New Orleans Bump  [q.v.]





Mr Jelly Lord (Cl E 570415)
Holograph — For Piano
Melrose Bros.

Aug 20, 1923


Mr Jelly-Lord (Cl E 682440 — not a Deposit Copy)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [5]
Melrose Bros.

1923


Mr Joe (Cl E unp 203985)
a.k.a. Buffalo Blues  [q.v.]
For Piano Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Sep 26, 1939



Mournful Serenade
copyrighted as:
Chimes Blues
(Cl E pub 122601)
(Joseph [King] Oliver)
Melrose Bros.



1923



Phonograph arrangement as played by King Oliver and his Jazz Band


Muddy Water Blues (Cl E unp 170498)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Estate of JRM

Jun 14, 1949


The Murder Ballad
(Traditional)

“I know you’ve got my man . . .”

“Now let me tell you . . .”

“She got in the jailhouse . . .”

“They brought that gal to the prison gates . . .”

“Gal, when I get through, you think I’m a man . . .”

“Ask my sister, please don’t be like me . . .”

“Good bye to the world, I know I’m gone . . .”
unknown















unknown
















Mushmouth Shuffle (Cl E unp 28397)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

You Taught Me How To Love  [FJR]  [BE]
(Billie Ross)
Southern Music Co.




Sep 26, 1930





My Darling Is The Only One For Me  [HNOC]
HNOC

My Gal
(Walter Melrose)
unknown

unknown


My Gal Sal — (They Called Her Frivolous Sal)
(Paul Dresser : pseudonym of Paul Dreiser)
a.k.a. They Called Her Frivolous Sal
Edward B. Marks


1905



My Home Is In A Southern Town (Cl E 72467)
For Voice and Piano

My Home Is In A Southern Town  [DJR]  [BE]
(Johnny Lee Long)
Tempo—Music
Illustrated Cover



Oct 31, 1938





My Little Dixie Home  [DJR]  [BE]
(Smith & Garrison)
unknown

unknown


My Melancholy Baby
(George A. Burnett — Ernie Norton)

Theron C. Bennett


1911



The Naked Dance (Cl E unp 209911)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Tempo-Music


Dec 20, 1939


The Naked Dance (Cl E pub 49474)
Characteristic Piano Solo
For Piano  [1]
Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover

Sep 25, 1950



National Emblem
(Edwin E. Bagley)
Carl Fischer

1906

“The drums would start off, the trumpets and trombones rolling into something like Stars and Stripes or The National Anthem [sic] and everybody would strut off down the street . . .”  [MJR 12]


Nearer My God, To Me
unknown
unknown

Never Had No Lovin’
unknown
unknown

New Crawley Blues
(Wilton Crawley)
unknown

unknown


New Orleans Blues
a.k.a. Lowdown Blues  [q.v.] — New Orleans Joys
and Indian Blues  [MJR 125]
Melrose Bros.


Apr 1, 1925



New Orleans Blues (Cl E 618141)
a.k.a. Lowdown Blues  [q.v.] — New Orleans Joys
and Indian Blues  [MJR 125]
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [6]
Melrose Bros.



May 21, 1925




New Orleans Bump (Cl E unp 14152)
a.k.a. Monrovia  [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.


Dec 7, 1929



New York Roll
unknown
unknown

This title is mentioned in The Indianapolis Freeman, dated Saturday, 18th January 1913, page 6, column 1. [q.v.]


N.Y. Town

unknown

unknown


Oh, Baby  [HNOC]
(Bennett)

HNOC




In late 1940 and early 1941, both Jelly Roll and Roy Carew were looking for songs by other songwriters to be copyrighted by Tempo-Music Publishing Company and held for later publication. Jelly Roll sent a number of songs by “Buddy” Payne, a New York musician, and others by a Los Angeles acquaintance whose surname was Bennett. See Morton-Carew correspondence in Oh, Mister Jelly. [OMJ 273-289]

Of all the pieces sent, Roy Carew liked a song called Oh, Baby the best, and clearly referred to Bennett as the composer, not Payne as has been suggested. [OMJ 287]

Nothing is known of Bennett, not even his Christian name, but Carew mentions that Payne played in Bryant’s Dance Orchestra. [OMJ 289] This is probably Willie Bryant’s Orchestra, which recorded for RCA Victor in 1935 and 1936 with a Stanley Payne on alto saxophone. Payne also recorded for Benny Carter in 1940, along with Coleman Hawkins. Other recordings by Payne are in 1939 with Frank Newton’s Cafe Society Orchestra, and in the orchestra accompanying Billie Holiday (including the classic Strange Fruit for Commodore). [PH 1]



Oh! Didn’t He Ramble
(Will Handy : pseudonym of
Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson)
Joseph W. Stern


1902



Oil Well (Cl E unp 53716)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Mar 22, 1932

I Know Something Now (That I Didn’t Know Before)  [FJR]  [BE]
(Gene Back [sic] Buck)



One Straight Melody  [HNOC]
HNOC

Organ Interlude
unknown
unknown

This title does not appear to have been originally copyrighted or published and its existence is known only from The Baltimore Acetates recording session dated August (?) 1938.


Original Jelly-Roll Blues (Cl E 372536)
a.k.a. Jelly Roll Blues  [q.v.]
originally titled: The Chicago Blues
Will Rossiter
Illustrated Cover

Sep 22, 1915



Original Jelly Roll Blues
a.k.a. Jelly Roll Blues  [q.v.]
originally titled: The Chicago Blues
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [4]
Melrose Bros.



1927




Original Rags (Cl E unp 212402)
(Scott Joplin)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Tempo-Music



Jan 2, 1940




The Pacific Rag
a.k.a. Bert Williams  [q.v.]

HNOC





Panama
(William H. Tyers)
unknown

1911


The Pearls (Cl E 570416)
Holograph — For Piano
Melrose Bros.

Aug 20, 1923


The Pearls (Cl E 618137)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.

May 21, 1925


Pep (Cl E unp 33436)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Jan 10, 1931


The Perfect Rag (Cl E unp 165494)
a.k.a. Sporting House Rag  [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Estate of JRM


Apr 25, 1949


Mike Meddings is in possession of an unpublished manuscript transcribed by J. Lawrence Cook.  [1]


Pontchartrain (Cl E unp 22882)
copyrighted as:
Ponchatrain
For Piano — Lead Sheet

I’m Always Sharing You  [DJR]  [BE]
(Hector Marchese)
Southern Music Co.






Jun 5, 1930







Pretty Baby
a.k.a. Jelly Roll Rag
(Tony Jackson — Egbert Van Alstyne — Gus Kahn)
Jerome H. Remick


1916



Pretty Lil (Cl E unp 14151)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Dec 7, 1929


Primrose Stomp (Cl E unp 92348)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Aunty, Got A Border Now  [FJR]  [BE]
(Charley Pearson)
Southern Music Co.




Jul 7, 1934





Prologue Opening  [HNOC]

HNOC




Queen Of Spades
a.k.a. Black Bottom Stomp  [q.v.]

Melrose Bros.


Sep 25, 1925


Queen Of Spades (Cl E 626230)
a.k.a. Black Bottom Stomp  [q.v.]
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]


Melrose Bros.



Oct 12, 1925




Randall’s Rag

unknown

unknown

Red Hot Pepper (Cl E unp 34392)
For Piano — Lead Sheet


Southern Music Co.


Dec 17, 1930



Salty Dog

unknown

unknown

Sammy Davis’ Ragtime Style (Cl E unp 153984)
For Piano
Estate of JRM

Jan 17, 1949


Seattle Hunch (Cl E unp 11379)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Sep 28, 1929


Sergeant Dunn’s Bugle Call Blues
(Johnny Dunn)
unknown

unknown


Shake It (Cl E unp 214466)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music

Feb 5, 1940


Shake It (Cl E unp 215611)
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music

Mar 7, 1940


She Saves Her Sweetest Smiles For Me
(Wilton Crawley)
unknown

unknown


Shoe Shiner’s Drag (Cl E 699059)
a.k.a. London Blues  [q.v.] and London Café Blues
Melrose Bros.

Aug 15, 1928


Shoe Shiner’s Drag
a.k.a. London Blues  [q.v.] and London Café Blues  [11]
Melrose Bros.

1928


Shreeveport Stomp [sic]
copyrighted as:
Shreeveport Stomps (Cl E 618138)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.



Apr 27, 1925




Side-Walk-Blues (Cl E 650446)
a.k.a. Sidewalk Blues  [q.v.] and Fish Tail Blues  [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Melrose Bros.


Sep 25, 1926



Sidewalk Blues (Cl E 650995)
a.k.a. Side-Walk-Blues  [q.v.] and Fish Tail Blues  [q.v.]
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [8]
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover

Oct 22, 1926



A Slow Jazz Tune (Cl E unp 138394)
For Piano  [1]
Estate of JRM

Jun 29, 1948


Smart Set Stomp — Hot Jazz Tune (Cl E pub 20601)
(with Hector Marchese)
For Piano  [9]
Harrison Smith


Jan 2, 1948



Smilin’ The Blues Away  [DJR]  [BE]
(Smith & Garrison) — Bob Cloud, arr.
Southern Music Co.

unknown


Smokehouse Blues (Cl E 648732)
(Charlie Luke)
originally titled: Creole
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.



Oct 4, 1926




Soap Suds (Cl E unp 167645)
a.k.a. Fickle Fay Creep  [q.v.]
For Piano
Estate of JRM


May 17, 1949



Sobbin’ Blues
(Arthur Kassel — Victor Berton)
Melrose Bros.

1923


Some Day Sweetheart
(John Spikes — Benjamin Spikes)
a.k.a. Someday Sweetheart
Spikes Bros.


1919



Southern Town  [G]
unknown
unknown

Spanish Swat — Tango (Cl E unp 137617)
a.k.a. Dark Eyes [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet  [2]
Estate of JRM


Jun 29, 1948


The handwritten dust jacket comments for Library of Congress AFS 1685-A shows the following:
Spanish Swat
JRM, composed in NY, 1927, unp.
(tune “Dark Eyes”)


Sporting House Rag (Cl E unp 209912)
a.k.a. The Perfect Rag  [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Dec 20, 1939



Stars And Stripes Forever
(John Phillip Sousa)
John Church Co.

1898


Stash That Cash
(with Bob Peary and Charles Raymond)


1926


State And Madison (Cl E 643539)
A Busy Stomp
(with Bob Peary and Charley Raymond)
Holograph — For Piano — Lead Sheet
Charles Raymond



Aug 7, 1926




Stavin’ Chain
copyrighted & published as:
Stavin’ Change (The Meanest Man In New Orleans)
(Al Bernard)
Joe Morris
Illustrated Cover


1923




Steady Roll Blues (Cl E 612506)
(Geo. Bates — Mel Stitzel)
Special jazz arrangement  [3]
Melrose Bros.


1925



Steal Away
unknown
unknown

Steamboat Stomp (Cl E 644253)
(Boyd Senter)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.


Jul 6, 1926



A Stomp
unknown
unknown

Stop & Go  [HNOC]
HNOC

Stratford Hunch
a.k.a. Chicago Breakdown  [q.v.] and Stratford Huntch





Stratford Rag  [G]
unknown
unknown

Strokin’ Away (Cl E unp 65474)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Kisses From You  [DJR]  [BE]
(Hector Marchese)
Southern Music Co.




Dec 22, 1932





Strutters’ Ball
copyrighted as:
The Darktown Strutters’ Ball
(Shelton Brooks)
Leo. Feist
Illustrated Cover


1917




Sugary  [HNOC]
HNOC

Superior (Rag) (Cl E unp 727780)
For Piano
Roy J. Carew

Jul 13, 1962


Sweet Anita Mine
copyrighted as:
Sweet Aneta Mine (Cl E unp 14983)

Southern Music Co.


Dec 26, 1929



Sweet Jazz Music (Cl E unp 137616)
(“Just a little number”)
For Piano  [1]
Estate of JRM


Jun 29, 1948



Sweet Man
(Maeceo Pinkard — Roy Turk)
Leo Feist Inc.
Illustrated Cover
1925


Sweet Peter (Cl E pub 73941)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

Jul 8, 1933


Sweet Substitute (Cl E pub 72468)

Sweet Substitute  [DJR]  [BE]
(Hector Marchese)
Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover


Oct 29, 1938




Sweetheart O’ Mine (Cl E 641589)
a.k.a. Frog-I-More Rag [q.v.] and Froggie Moore [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Melrose Bros.


Jun 10, 1926


An unpublished manuscript exists at HNOC, transcribed by J. Lawrence Cook. This is from the 1926 Vocalion recording, with the alternate first strain. [BT]


Sweetheart O’ Mine
a.k.a. Frog-I-More Rag [q.v.] and Froggie Moore [q.v.]

Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [14]
Melrose Bros.


1926



Sweetheart O’ Mine (Cl E 645910)
a.k.a. Frog-I-More Rag [q.v.] and Froggie Moore [q.v.]

Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover
1926


Swinging The Elks (Cl E unp 220696)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

The Old Swimming Hole  [DJR]  [BE]
(Hector Marchese)


Tempo-Music





Apr 24, 1940






Tank Town Bump (Cl E unp 11384)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Southern Music Co.


Sep 28, 1929


Ted Lewis Blues (Cl E 658367)
retitled Wild Man Blues  [q.v.]
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Melrose Bros.


Feb 5, 1927



That Ain’t Got ’Em
copyrighted as:
That One Ain’t Got ’Em Babe (Cl E 229671)
(Henry W. Paschal)
Henry W. Paschal



1910




That’ll Never Do (Cl E unp 33438)
For Piano — Lead Sheet

Ne Var  [FJR]  [BE]
(Harrison Smith — Ben Garrison)

That’ll Nevah’ Do (comic Song)  [DJR]
(Harrison & Garrison)
Southern Music Co.







Jan 10, 1931








That’s Like It Ought To Be (Cl E unp 39801)
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Southern Music Co.

May 11, 1931

(There’s Nothin’ Funny About That) That’s Like It Oughta Be  [FJR]  [DJR]  [BE]
(Evans & Smith)



There’s A Sign On Her Window  [HNOC]
HNOC

They Called Her Frivolous Sal
a.k.a. My Gal Sal





35th St. Blues
(Chas. J. Levy)
HNOC

unknown


Tia Juana — Tee Wanna
(by Larry Connelly [sic] and Gene Rodermich [sic] )
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover
1924


Tiger Rag
(Original Dixieland Jazz Band)
Leo. Feist
Illustrated Cover
1918


Tin Roof Blues
(N.O.R.K. — words by Walter Melrose)
Melrose Bros.
Illustrated Cover
1923


Tom Cat Blues
a.k.a. Tom Cat
Melrose Bros.

Apr 1, 1925


Tom Cat Blues (Cl E 618175)
a.k.a. Tom Cat
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [3]
Melrose Bros.


Apr 27, 1925



Tom Cat Stomp
a.k.a. I’m the Windin’ Ball, Don’t Deny My Name




The handwritten dust jacket comments for Library of Congress AFS 1656-A shows the following title:
Tom Cat Stomp



Trees
(Otto Rasbach — Joyce Kilmer)
unknown

1922


Tricks Ain’t Walking No More
copyrighted as:
Trix Ain’t Walking No More (Cl E 454442)
(Clarence Williams — Spencer Williams)
Shapiro, Bernstein



1919




Try And Get It  [HNOC]
HNOC

Try Me out (Cl E unp 18080)
Southern Music Co.
Mar 5, 1930

Turtle Twist (Cl E unp 18101)

Turtle Walk  [FJR]  [DJR]  [BE]
(Hammed & Ben Garrison)
Southern Music Co.



May 20, 1930




The Turtle Twist — Piano Solo
(Ben Garrison)

Turtle Walk  [FJR]  [DJR]  [BE]
(Hammed & Ben Garrison)
Harrison Smith
Illustrated Cover



1957





Twenty Four Hour Of Love Every Day  [HNOC]

HNOC




We Are Elks — Marching Song (Cl E pub 78839)
(words by Ed Werac)

Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover

Aug 11, 1939


We Will Never Say Goodbye (Cl E unp 202969)
(with Paul Watts)
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet
Paul Watts


Aug 18, 1939



Weary Blues
(Artie Matthews)
John Stark

1915


West End Blues
(Joseph “King” Oliver — Clarence Williams)
Clarence Williams

1928


Why? — A Musical Interrogation (Cl E pub 72469)
(with Ed Werac)
For Voice and Piano
Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover

Oct 31, 1938



When They Get Lovin’ They’s Gone
(Porter Grainger)
unknown

unknown


Wild Man Blues (Cl E 665814)
originally titled: Ted Lewis Blues  [q.v.]
For Piano
Melrose Bros.


Jun 27, 1927



Wild Man Blues
originally titled: Ted Lewis Blues  [q.v.]
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [11]
Melrose Bros.


1927



Windy City Blues
(music by Jimmie Hudson & Fred (Jelly Roll) Morton)
(words by Bob Peary & Charley Raymond)
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [13]
Charley Raymond



1926




Windy City Blues (Cl E 675228)
Denton & Haskins
Oct 1, 1927

Wineing [sic] Boy (Cl E unp 204807)
a.k.a. Winding Boy
For Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Sep 19, 1939



Winin’ Boy Blues — Song (Cl E unp 213812)
a.k.a. Winding Boy
For Voice and Piano — Lead Sheet
Tempo-Music


Feb 17, 1940



Winin’ Boy Blues — Song (Cl E pub 48162)
a.k.a. Winding Boy
For Voice and Piano  [1]
Tempo-Music
Illustrated Cover

Jul 14, 1950



Wolverine Blues (Cl E 560032)
(with Ben Spikes & John Spikes)
a.k.a. The Wolverines
For Piano and Voice — Lead Sheet
Melrose Bros.



Feb 14, 1923




Wolverine Blues (Cl E 562442)
(with Benjamin Spikes & John Spikes)
a.k.a. The Wolverines
For Piano and Voice
Melrose Bros.



May 17, 1923




Wolverine Blues (Cl E pub 47573)
(with Spikes Bros.)
a.k.a. The Wolverines
Score and Parts — For Small Orchestra  [10]


Melrose Music Corp.




Jun 26, 1950





You Can Have It, I Don’t Want It
(May Hill — Clarence Williams — Armand J. Piron)  [E]



Frank K. Root
McKinley Music Co.

Illustrated Cover


1917



You Done Played Out Blues
(Porter Grainger — Jimmy Foster)
unknown

unknown


You Need Some Loving
(Perry Bradford)
unknown

unknown


You Oughta See My Gal
(Wilton Crawley)
unknown

unknown


You Oughter See My Gal
(Agnes Castelton — Spencer Williams)

Southern Music Co.


unknown



ZZ  [HNOC]


HNOC




COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

•   Titles shown in red typeface are Jelly Roll Morton compositions.

•   Titles shown in
black typeface include those associated with Jelly Roll Morton through his
     recorded works and other sources, such as books and newspaper articles.

•   Copyright information is given as transcribed from Library of Congress copyright files.

•   The titles are transcribed as registered, with any spelling errors indicated by [sic].

•   The legal deposit date is the earliest recorded by the Library of Congress.

•   Some titles have multiple dates of deposit, often within days of each other.

•   Other entries have re-registration dates.

•   Also see article titled: The ‘Fablelous’ Jelly Roll by Harrison Smith. [FJR]

•   Also see article titled: Debunking Jelly Roll by Harrison Smith. [DJR]

•   Also see article titled: Jelly Roll Morton – Plagiarist? by Björn Englund. [BE]

•   Covers are from the collections of Roger Richard, Roy J. Carew, Mark St Leon, Mike
     Meddings and Bill Edwards.

ARRANGERS

1

Transcribed by J. Lawrence Cook

2

Transcribed by Roy J. Carew

3

Arranged by Elmer Schoebel

4

Arranged by Mel Stitzel

5

Arranged by F. Alexander

6

Arranged by Joe Jordan

7

Arranged by Dave Burton

  8

Arranged by Charlie Rider

  9

Arranged by Aletha Robinson

10

Arranged by Bill Howard

11

Arranged by Tiny Parham

12

Arranged by Mel Stizel & Carrol Martin

13

Arranged by Elwood M. Wilson

14

Arranged by Chas. L. Cooke

REFERENCES

MJR

Mister Jelly Roll — Alan Lomax, Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, 1950. Page references are to the University of California Press 4th edition 2001, (Soft Cover) 344 pp.

MJL

Mr. Jelly Lord — Laurie Wright, Storyville Publications, Chigwell, Essex, 1980.

OMJ

Oh, Mister Jelly — A Jelly Roll Morton Scrapbook, compiled by William Russell, Jazz Media ApS, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1999, 720 pp.

HNOC

The Historic New Orleans Collection — These titles are held in The Williams Research Center of the Historic New Orleans Collection, 410 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130.

D

“Jelly Roll” Morton : The Original Mr Jazz — Tony Munzlinger © 1965 Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., Broadway, New York. USA (144 p.) — From page 6, introduction by Mary Allen Hood & Helen M. Flint: “While there [at the Cadillac Café in Los Angeles], Morton wrote a tune called Cadillac Rag.” Courtesy of Roger Richard.

E

Library of Congress AFS 1639-B — The full story of this tune, which Clarence Williams allegedly “stole” from Jelly Roll Morton. The original sheet music © 1917 is credited to May Hill — Clarence Williams — Armand Piron.

G

The Phonograph & Talking Machine Weekly — dated 7th November 1923, page 40. Deuces Wild, Any Ox, Southern Town and Stratford Rag are among a list of Morton compositions mentioned. Courtesy of Prof. Alan Wallace.

MT

The Music Trades — dated 21st June 1924, page 29. Alabama Nights and Any Ox are among a list of Morton compositions mentioned. Courtesy of Mike Montgomery. Also see booklet accompanying “Masters of Jazz” CD MJCD 34, pages 26 and 27. “Jelly Roll Morton: Piano Rolls.” Courtesy of Roger Richard.

FJR

The ‘Fablelous’ Jelly Roll — article by Harrison Smith, Record Research magazine, dated January — February 1957, Vol. 2, No. 5, Issue 11, page 9. Courtesy of Derek Coller.

DJR

Debunking Jelly Roll — article by Harrison Smith, Record Research magazine, dated June — July 1957, Vol. 3, No. 1, Issue 13, page 5. Courtesy of Derek Coller.

BE

Jelly Roll Morton – Plagiarist? — article by Björn Englund

BWTB

Born With The Blues — Perry Bradford, Oak Publications, New York, 1965.

JD 1

Prof. James Dapogny — Letter and information to Mike Meddings, 8th October 2007.

VG

Vince Giordano — Letter and information to Mike Meddings.

PH 1

Peter Hanley — Letter and information to Mike Meddings, 9th May 2008.

BT

Butch Thompson — Letters and information to Mike Meddings, 4th March and 20th April 2003.

KUDOS


Dr. Edward Berlin (USA)
Mark Berresford (UK)
Roy J. Carew (USA)
Derek Coller (UK)
Prof. James Dapogny (USA)
Ate van Delden (Netherlands)
Bill Edwards (USA)
Björn Englund (Sweden)
Vince Giordano (USA)
Prof. Lawrence Gushee (USA)
Peter Hanley (Australia)
Michael Hill (Australia)


Alfred Lemmon (USA)
Mark St Leon (Australia)
Ken Mathieson (UK)
Mike Meddings (UK)
Mike Montgomery (USA)
Dr. Philip Pastras (USA)
Dr. Robert Pinsker (USA)
Roger Richard (France)
Ed Sprankle (USA)
Butch Thompson (USA)
Prof. Alan Wallace (USA)
Laurie Wright (UK)

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