These 1940 recording sessions were the last records Jelly Roll Morton made, although there is a bootleg recording of of him performing "Winin' Boy Blues" and "King Porter Stomp" on the radio show "NBC Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street" that was broadcast on July 14, 1940.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Big Lip Blues
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-4-1940 New York, New York General
1704-B
Dirty, Dirty, Dirty
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-30-1940 New York, New York General
1711-A
Get The Bucket
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-23-1940 New York, New York General
1706-A
Good Old New York
(Jelly Roll Morton / Birkenhead)
1-4-1940 New York, New York General
1704-A
If You Knew
(Jelly Roll Morton / Ed Werac)
1-23-1940 New York, New York General
1707-B
Mama's Got A Baby
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-30-1940 New York, New York General
1710-A
My Home Is In A Southern Town
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-30-1940 New York, New York General
1710-B
Panama
(Tyers / Sigmon)
1-4-1940 New York, New York General
1703-B
Shake It
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-23-1940 New York, New York General
1707-A
Sweet Substitute
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-4-1940 New York, New York General
1703-A
Swinging The Elks
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-30-1940 New York, New York General
1711-B
Why?
(Jelly Roll Morton / Ed Werac)
1-23-1940 New York, New York General
1706-B
Artist Instrument
Henry "Red" Allen Trumpet
Joe Britton Trombone
Wellman Braud Bass
Claude Jones Trombone
Jelly Roll Morton Piano, Vocals
Albert Nicholas Clarinet
Zutty Singleton Drums
Eddie Williams Alto Saxophone