Black Bottom Stomp - Performers

Performers

The performers on the original recording were:

  • Clarinet: Omer Simeon
  • Trumpet: George Mitchell
  • Trombone: Kid Ory
  • Piano: Jelly Roll Morton
  • Banjo: Johnny St. Cyr
  • Double Bass: John Lindsay
  • Drums: Andrew Hilaire

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