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The Jelly Roll Cookers - Blues From Planet Earth download album

  • Performer: The Jelly Roll Cookers
  • Album: Blues From Planet Earth
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The Jelly Roll Cookers - Blues From Planet Earth download album

Song written by Paul Kantner and Jerry Garcia - Vocals: Paul Kantner, Grace Slick & Ron Nagle - Note : Alternate take from the album original version.

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The Jelly Roll Cookers. Blues From Planet Earth ‎(Cass, Album).

The title comes from an unofficial name for San Francisco artists who recorded on various albums in 1970–1973, also known as PERRO.

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Original Jelly Roll Blues", usually shortened to and known as "Jelly Roll Blues", is an early jazz fox-trot composed by Jelly Roll Morton. It is referenced by name in the 1917 Shelton Brooks composition "Darktown Strutters' Ball".

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Free download and listen Jelly Roll Blues.


A1 Say Bossman 4:05
A2 Real Ugly Woman 4:30
A3 Bad Luck And Trouble 4:01
A4 Evil Earth Woman 4:02
A5 Beethoven's Blues 6:46
B1 I'll Be Right On Down 2:30
B2 Bad Brad
B3 Boom Boom 3:06
B4 Angel Eyes 6:52
B5 Hard Ridin' Mama 2:40
B6 Strange Fruit 3:10

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  • Published By – BleuJass Music
  • Recorded At – Fox And Hounds
  • Recorded At – Goose Hollow


  • Drums – Dennis Elmer
  • Guitar – Brad Rapp
  • Vocals, Bass – Bill Coones


Recorded live in Portland, Oregon.