[Dixielandjazz] Re: Jelly Roll Morton - King Oliver

w.p.mossel@wanadoo.nl w.p.mossel@wanadoo.nl
Sun, 29 Sep 2002 21:38:37 +0200

  Bill Haesler  wrote:
 >I think you will find that it was Oliver vs Duke Ellington over "Camp 
Blues/Creole Love Call".
It seems that Oliver recorded and copyrighted "Temptation Blues" on 23 June
1923, but it was never issued by Okeh.
He re-recorded it for Columbia on 16 Oct 1923 as "Camp Meeting Meeting Blues"
which was released, but never altered or copyrighted it under the new name.
It seems that Rudy Jackson, who played with Oliver in 1924, remembered the 
and probably passed it on to the Duke when he joined him in 1927.<

The funny thing is that Rudy Jackson used "Camp Meeting Meeting Blues" (= 
"Creole Love Call") behind Sippie Wallace in one chorus in "Being Down 
Don't Worry Me " August 20, 1925 (mx 73557-B). You can here in on the 
Document LP: DLP 593. I don't know if it is on CD.

Kind regards, Vriendelijke groet, Grusze
Wim Mossel

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