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Jelly Roll, Bix, and Hoagy

Gennett Records and the Rise of America's Musical Grassroots
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A lively and anecdotal history of the tiny family-run studio where jazz greats from Jelly Roll Morton to Louis Armstrong made their first recordings. From 1917 to 1932, in a primitive studio next to the railroad tracks, the Gennett family of Richmond, Indiana, recorded some of the earliest performances of jazz, blues, and…

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