Morrison’s Jazz Orchestra also recorded three takes of “Royal Garden Blues” (matrix 79097) for Columbia on April 2, 1920, but none of these recordings were issued. Morrison himself did not record until March of 1950 for the Denver-based Hum records.
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|Title||Recording Date||Recording Location||Company|
|I Know Why|
(Introducing My Cuban Dreams)
(Davis / Morgan / Warshauer)
|4-13-1920||New York, New York||Columbia A2945|
|Culbert Byrd||Alto Saxophone|
|Andy Kirk||Tenor Saxophone|
|Mary E. Kirk or Jesse Andrews or Desdemona Davis||Piano|
|Jimmy Lunceford||Alto Saxophone, Violin|
|George Morrison||Violin, Leader|