Category Archives: Barry Palser’s Super Six

Barry Palsor’s Super Six, 21st September 2018

Hi Everybody, sorry – but no real newsletter as had cataract op this morning at 6:30am and have just woken after everything was completed.  Operation appears very successful and am feeling good, but will not be at the club tonight.  So if you can all make an effort to join Keith and give him all the support he deserves please.  Of course it will be much better for you all without this ol’ girl being there!  The band will appreciate a happy audience too – thanks.  Barry has the following band with him tonight:

Alan Gresty (tpt),  Tim Huskisson (reeds),  Barry (trom),  Andy Lawrence (bass),  John Tyson (drs),  Tony Pitt (bjo)

Luv Di xxx

 

Barry Palser’s Super Six, Friday, 29th June 2018

 

Barry Palser with his Super Six, is seen here on 12th February 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

 

Barry Palser’s Super Six played at Farnborough Jazz Club, Kent in Sep2015. Pete Rudeforth was on trumpet then, seen here with John Tyson on drums.       Photo by Mike Witt.

BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX are to be our entertainment this week, Friday, 29th June 2018.  We, at Farnborough Jazz Club, have enjoyed their jazz for so many years now, so we know we will have a great turn-out.  With England playing in the World Cup tonight (Thursday), we are sure even the most avid football supporters can take an evening off tomorrow (recording any matches) and come enjoy our jazz.  The Super Six are trombonist & vocalist BARRY, with PETE RUDEFORTH on trumpet, DICK DOUTHWAITE on clarinet, plus the brilliant engine playing of TONY PITT on banjo &guitar, ROGER CURPHEY on double bass and JOHN TYSON on drums.  Oh wowie – you better get your butts down here for some Farnborough fun.

Your hosts

The Granties (Di & Keith)

Barry Palser’s Super Six, Friday, 23rd March 2018

Allan ‘Lord Arsenal’ Bradley plays trumpet for Barry Palser’s Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Hi Jazzers, come and join us to listen and dance to BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX here this Friday, 23rd March 2018 at FARNBOROUGH JAZZ CLUB.  BARRY, with his powerful (but beautifully toned) trombone, will have ALAN ‘Lord Arsenal’ BRADLEY (trumpet &vocals), TIM HUSKISSON (clarinet & sax), plus the strong engine playing of  TONY PITT (banjo &guitar), ANDY LAWRENCE (double bass) and JOHN TYSON (drums) – you won’t get better stars than these (yes superstar) musicians.  We can honestly say, you will get more than your money’s worth.  So get your glad-rags on and please join us ….

Your hosts,

Diane and Keith (the Granties)

Tim Huskisson

 

Plus Sunday’s gig too, ‘4-IN-A-BAR+1’, who play ‘Smooth Dinner Jazz’ at YE OLDE WHYTE LYON, LOCKS BOTTOM, Kent this SUNDAY, 25TH MARCH 2018, 3:00PM-6:00PM,  The musicians playing this month are JOHN LEE on tenor sax, TIM HUSKISSON on piano (note he’s playing clarinet Friday), TIM PHAROAH (double bass), with KEITH GRANT (drums) and me (DIANE), singing a few songs.  (Always the last Sunday of each month).  Treat yourself and book a roast lunch (Tel: 01689-852631) served between 12:00 & 5:00pm.  Last time everyone loved the music, with many enjoying the newish chef’s Sunday roast. This delightful Shepherd Neame pub (dated 1626) is situated in Locks Bottom, BR6 8NE, next door to Sainsbury’s & PRU Hospital. Sainsbury’ parking has changed on Sundays £2 ‘til 4:00pm (refundable for goods Sainsbury’s) with a walk-thru to pub at far right corner (face Sainsbury’s).

Barry Palser’s Super Six, Friday 17th November 2017

John Tyson playing drums, as one of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX is a favourite band with everyone at FARNBOROUGH JAZZ CLUB, Kent, so it will be good to see them again.  Trombonist BARRY will be joined by ALAN GRESTY (trumpet &vocals), JOHN CROCKER (clarinet & tenor), plus that wonderful engine, TONY PITT (banjo &guitar), ANDY LAWRENCE (double bass) and JOHN TYSON (drums) – certainly a powerfully talented load of musicians.  They are back this Friday, 17th November 2017, full of some wonderful music for you to dance and listen to with excitement, so please join us ….

Your hosts

The Granties (Di and Keith)

 

Barry Palser’s Super Six, Friday 11th August 2017

Band leader Barry Palser, playing trombone with his own band, the ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

It’s always our pleasure to announce that BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX will be here again at FARNBOROUGH JAZZ CLUB, Kent. Trombonist BARRY, also a great vocalist, has booked in ALLANLORD ARSENAL’ BRADLEY (trumpeter &vocals), TIM HUSKISSON (clarinet), TONY PITT (banjo &guitar), ANDY LAWRENCE (double bass) and JOHN TYSON (drums).  They are back this Friday, 11th August 2017 It will be Keith’s birthday too (well, actually on Saturday, but then he always celebrates for much more than one day), so please come and join us and have some fun too..

Your hosts

Diane and Keith

Barry Palser’s Super Six, Friday 19th May 2017

Barry Palser at Farnborough Jazz Club 11sep2015. Photo by Mike Witt.

We are thrilled to tell you BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX are here with us again at FARNBOROUGH JAZZ CLUB, Kent this Friday, 19th May 2017 Trombonist BARRY, also a great vocalist, will be joined by GARY WOOD (trumpeter &vocals),  JOHN CROCKER (clarinet, tenor sax & vocals), TONY PITT (banjo &guitar), ANDY LAWRENCE (double bass) and JOHN TYSON (drums).   That makes you all very lucky to be enjoying such talent in one place, so don’t miss them, make sure we are packed out.  Oh and repeating my words of last time – there are some pretty spectacular musicians in the world today, but each and every one of these guys can certainly match them any day.

KEEP JAZZ ‘LIVE’

Diane and Keith

Barry Palser’s Super Six, Friday 24th February 2017

Barry Palser’s Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club, with Barry (trombone), John Crocker (reeds), Pete Rudeforth (trumpet), Tony Pitt (banjo), Andy Laurence (double bass) and John Tyson (drums) on 11sep2015. Photo by Mike Witt.

BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX are sure to give us all the exciting music we crave for each week at FARNBOROUGH JAZZ CLUB, Kent.  So see you tonight – Friday, 24th February 2017.  BARRY, who plays trombone & vocals, has again joining him, PETE RUDEFORTH playing trumpet &vocals, with JOHN CROCKER playing clarinet, tenor sax &vocals, TONY PITT playing banjo &guitar, ANDY LAWRENCE playing double bass and JOHN TYSON playing drums.   Wowie, what a line-up aye!  There are some pretty spectacular musicians in the world today, but these guys can certainly match them anytime.

Now, you’ve got to join us two jazzers,

(Diane and Keith), haven’t you!

They start playing at 8:0pm – don’t miss their first number.

P.S.  Reminder – It is this Sunday, 3:00pm-6:00pm, 26th February that ‘4-In-A-Bar+1’, who play ‘smooth Dinner Jazz’, are appearing again at Ye Olde Whyte Lyon, Locks Bottom, Kent .  The musicians are John Lee (tenor), Tim Huskisson (piano), Roger Curphey (double bass), with Keith Grant (drums) and Diane, singing a few songs.  (Always the last Sunday of each month).  Why not book a roast lunch  (tel: 01689-852631) served between 12:00 & 5:00pm.

Barry Palser’s Super Six, 4th November 2016

Barry Palser (with his own band) at Farnborough Jazz Club, 27feb2015

Barry Palser (with his own band) at Farnborough Jazz Club, 27feb2015

BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX will be setting off their own fireworks with their display of music at FARNBOROUGH JAZZ CLUB, Kent on Friday, 4th November 2016BARRY (trombone &vocals), will be joined by ALLAN ‘Lord Arsenal’ BRADLEY  (trumpet &vocals), JOHN CROCKER  (clarinet, tenor sax &vocals), JIM DOUGLAS (banjo &guitar),  ANDY LAWRENCE (double bass) and JOHN TYSON (drums).  I’m sure the evening will be as colourful as a whole lot of Roman Candles and will certainly be as exciting as the bangers that will be exploding all over the Country the following evening, but Barry’s Boys will give you dancing music as exciting as the Catherine Wheels seen.  So come and enjoy our ‘bonfire night’, you’ll certainly have a sparkling evening with our ‘Super Six’ and

Your hosts, Diane and Keith.

P.S.  So sorry, our landline has again been ‘out of order’ for over a week – I’m working on it!

P.P.S.  Also sorry, I have a lot of catching up on newsletters – it will take a while, just please be patient. Thanks,  Diane

Barry Palser’s Super Six, 15th July 2016

Oh happy day, we had the talented BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX back again at Farnborough Jazz Club, Kent on Friday, 15th July 2016Band leader BARRY, who plays trombone &vocals, had GARY WOOD on trumpet (Gary was last here 4th March with Jonny Boston’s Hot Jazz), plus  GOFF DUBBER on clarinet, TONY PITT on banjo, ANDY LAWRENCE on double bass and JOHN TYSON on drums.

'Barry Palser's Super Six' play at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2015. (LtoR) Barry Palser on trombone, Andy Lawrence on double bass, Gary Wood on trumpet, John Tyson on drums, Tony Pitt on drums and Goff Dubber on clarinet. Photo by Mike Witt.

‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’ play at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2015. (LtoR) Barry Palser on trombone, Andy Lawrence on double bass, Gary Wood on trumpet, John Tyson on drums, Tony Pitt on drums and Goff Dubber on clarinet. Photo by Mike Witt.

Band leader Barry Palser, playing trombone with his own band, the 'Barry Palser's Super Six', here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Band leader Barry Palser, playing trombone with his own band, the ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

I told you not to miss a minute of their playing and of course, you all turned up to enjoy Barry’s band.  Such a delight to have practically a full house.  Barry is such a great personality and we all love him!  Poor ol’ things though.  His wife, (sound engineer and roadie) Bridget, unfortunately broke her leg (way back in March) which hasn’t healed yet and has it in a brace.  As most of you know, Barry had a hip replacement – Bridget’s left leg and Barry’s right hip!  They want to know if there is somewhere they can sign up for a three-legged race please?  That’s musician’s humour for you – it has been hard for them, but they joke about it (like someone else I know (J)!)  Now to try and choose which numbers to tell you about (they were all good!)

Well, I’ll start the ball rolling with ‘It’s Only A Paper Moon’, because Barry played and sang it to Bridget (I think he might love her, don’t you think?).  Then Barry dedicated their next number to someone he played with many years ago – Stan (who has gone now) and that tune was ‘Hindustan’.  I wrote in my notes, ‘Rip Roaring and fab’ with lovely drumming from John and gave it three ticks, meaning brilliant!  I also gave three ticks to the next number, ‘As Long As I Live’.  The floor was packed with our line-dancing and just so much fun.  Keith said this was one of his favourites, reminding him of his ‘Steering Wheel Club’ days in Chelsea, because he used to play it all the time there.  ‘Hello Dolly’ was sung next by Barry and was the number to bring on the dancers – also a packed floor.

I must mention a lovely little family – Ann and Mike Witt’s family (our volunteer photographer), were visiting from Sidney, Australia.  Their young granddaughter, Jos’, danced to the next number ‘Route 66’, (sung by Gary).  In fact she danced to several numbers with her Mum, Karen, (with Dad – Andy – looking on, proudly). What lovely dancers they are too.  We have a wonderful picture of this, but it keeps loading up sideways (another Windows 10 quirk – I will work out what is wrong and add it at a later date).

Joc takes over with the raffle draw, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) UK on 15th July 2016. The band - 'Barry Palser's Super Six', Photo by (Granddad) Mike Witt.

Jos takes over with the raffle draw, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) UK on 15th July 2016. The band – ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’, Photo by (Granddad) Mike Witt.

 

 

 

Lovely Joc, with Diane enjoy dancing here at Farnborough Jazz Club, (Kent) UK on 15th July 2016, with jazz band 'Barry Palser's Super Six'. Joc' and her Mum, Dad & brother - Karen, Andy & Noah ) are here from Sidney, Australia, Photo by (Granddad) Mike Witt

Lovely Jos, with Diane enjoy dancing here at Farnborough Jazz Club, (Kent) UK on 15th July 2016, with jazz band ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’. Joc’ and her Mum, Dad & brother – Karen, Andy & Noah ) are here from Sidney, Australia, Photo by (Granddad) Mike Witt.

Goff Dubber (reed player) seen here singing, as one of 'Barry Palser's Super Six, here at the Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Goff Dubber (reed player) seen here singing, as one of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six, here at the Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Then a ‘Jack Teagarden’ number ‘Music To Love By’ was a feature number for Goff, which he sang beautifully.  What lovely playing Goff – great banjo too Tony.  Oh I have missed off some wonderful tunes (nearly giving their whole repertoire away!)  However, I must mention Satchmo’s number, ‘Mac The Knife’, sung by Barry – what a number.  They all excelled, as they did with the next song, one of my favourite jazz numbers, ‘Christopher Columbus’, I could hear it played, time after time.

Goff Dubber playing clarinet as one of 'Barry Palser's Super Six', here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Goff Dubber playing clarinet as one of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Goff Dubber playing alto sax, as one of 'Barry Palser's Super Six, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Goff Dubber playing alto sax, as one of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Andy Lawrence playing double bass as one of 'Barry Palser's Super Six, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Andy Lawrence playing double bass as one of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Tony Pitt, playing banjo as one of 'Barry Palser's Super Six, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Tony Pitt, playing banjo as one of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

John Tyson playing drums, as one of 'Barry Palser's Super Six', here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

John Tyson playing drums, as one of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’, here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

'Barry Palser's Super Six' playing at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. (LtoR) Gary Wood (trumpet), Andy Lawrence (double bass), John Tyson (drums) and just out of view -Tony Pitt (banjo), Goff Dubber (clarinet) and Barry Palser (trombone). Photo by Mike Witt.

‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’ playing at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 15th July 2016. (LtoR) Gary Wood (trumpet), Andy Lawrence (double bass), John Tyson (drums) and just out of view -Tony Pitt (banjo), Goff Dubber (clarinet) and Barry Palser (trombone). Photo by Mike Witt.

Then came a feature tune for Gary.  The number being ‘Fly Me To The Moon’.  Wow Gary, marvellous – say no more!  Now although there was another brilliant number in between, I’ll go to their last number When The Saints Go Marching In’ and as you can guess, it was a brilliant one to end the evening.  Everyone took a time leaving the club, as they were all ‘buzzing’ (still on a high).  Thank you ‘Super Six’, lovely stuff.

You ARE what keeps Jazz ‘Live’!

Your hosts, Diane & Keith.

P.S. Good news, our land-line is now working.

‘As Long as I Live’ – (m) Harold Arlen, (l) Ted Koehler (1934)
‘Christopher Columbus’ – Glen Miller, Joe Garland & Andy Razaf (1959)
‘Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)’ – Bart Howard (1954)
‘Hello Dolly’ – Jerry Herman (1964)
‘Hindustan’ – (m) Harold Weeks, (l) Oliver G Wallace (1917)
‘It’s Only A Paper Moon’ – (m) Harold Arlen, (l) E.Y. Harburg & Billy Rose (1933)
‘Mac The Knife’ (The Threepenny Opera) – (m) Kurt Weill, (l) Bertolt Brecht (1928) (translated Marc Blitzstein (1954)
‘Music To Love By’ – Leonard Feather (tbn)
‘Route 66’ – Bobby Troup (1946)
‘When the Saints Go Marching In’ – origins unknown -Derived from (m) James Milton Black (l) Katherine Purvis (1896) re-publ 1927

Barry Palser’s Super Six, 12th February 2016

BARRY PALSER’S SUPER SIX – what a band aye?  Yes, they did thrill us, as I predicted, here at Farnborough Jazz Club, Kent on Friday, 12th February 2016BARRY (trombone &vocals) had asked those wonderfully talented musicians to join him, namely ALLAN ‘LORD ARSENAL’ BRADLEY (trumpet &vocals), JOHN CROCKER (clarinet, tenor sax &vocals), TONY PITT (banjo), ALAN MORGAN (double bass) and JOHN TYSON (drums).

Barry Palser's Super Six play at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. (LtoR) Barry Palser (trombone), Allan Morgan (double bass), Allan 'Lord Arsenal' Bradley (trumpet, John Tyson (drums), John Crocker (tenor sax) & Tony Pitt (banjo). Photo by Mike Witt.

Barry Palser’s Super Six play at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. (LtoR) Barry Palser (trombone), Alan Morgan (double bass), Allan ‘Lord Arsenal’ Bradley (trumpet, John Tyson (drums), John Crocker (tenor sax) & Tony Pitt (banjo). Photo by Mike Witt.

Barry began the show by singing ‘All Of Me’ and if you don’t know how good he is, then it means you need to come and see his next show here on 15th July 2016!  ‘Bei Mir Bist Du Schon’ a brilliant number, with everyone taking solos superbly (John playing tenor sax).

Barry Palser on trombone seen here with his own band, 'Barry Palser's Super Six'  at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. Behind him is Alan Morgan (double bass) & John Tyson (drums).  Photo by Mike Witt.

Barry Palser on trombone seen here with his own band, ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’ at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. Behind him is Alan Morgan (double bass) & John Tyson (drums). Photo by Mike Witt.

Another great picture  of 'Barry Palser's Super Six's front line,  playing here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. (LtoR) Barry Palser (trombone), Allan 'Lord Arsenal' Bradley (trumpet) & John Crocker (probably on tenor sax). Photo by Mike Witt.

Another great picture of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’s front line, playing here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. (LtoR) Barry Palser (trombone), Allan ‘Lord Arsenal’ Bradley (trumpet) & John Crocker (probably on tenor sax). Photo by Mike Witt.

Cracking front line of Barry Palser's Super Six playing here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. (LtoR) Barry Palser (trombone), Allan 'Lord Arsenal' Bradley (trumpet), John Crocker (clarinet), plus John Tyson (drums). Photo by Mike Witt.

Cracking front line of Barry Palser’s Super Six playing here at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. (LtoR) Barry Palser (trombone), Allan ‘Lord Arsenal’ Bradley (trumpet), John Crocker (clarinet), plus John Tyson (drums). Photo by Mike Witt.

Then Barry sang the next one, ‘I Want A Little Girl To Call My Own’. ‘Lord Arsenal’s bit of humour shined, when he interjected with a bit of ‘Porgy & Bess’ – wonderful.  The following tune was ‘Blue, Turning Grey’, with some lovely double bass from Alan (M).  My notes said John’s clarinet playing was nice and strong, mellow too!  Now how about ‘China Town’, John laughed at our line-dancing to this number, so does that mean we’re ready for the Palladium John? – he he.  Barry sang it, with some great solos from everyone, especially the engine boys, John (T), Tony and Alan (M).

John Tyson plays drums, one of Barry Palser's Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club on 12th February 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

John Tyson plays drums, one of Barry Palser’s Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club on 12th February 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Tony Pitt plays banjo as one of Barry Palser's Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Tony Pitt plays banjo as one of Barry Palser’s Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Alan Morgan plays double bass as one of Barry Palser's Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. (also John Tyson on drums) Photo by Mike Witt.

Alan Morgan plays double bass as one of Barry Palser’s Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. (also John Tyson on drums) Photo by Mike Witt.

Then I do want to mention ‘Riverboat Shuffle’ being composed by Hoagy, fabulous – no notes, I know I was dancing!  They also played ‘The Clouds Will Soon Go By’, which was sung by ‘Lord Arsenal’ – another fabulous voice.  Here’s just a little ‘tit-bit’ of info for you.  One of the composers, Harry Woods was born without fingers on his left hand, but his mother encouraged him to play piano – brilliant aye!

John Crocker plays tenor sax, one of  'Barry Palser's Super Six' at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016.  Also (hidden) John Tyson on drums and Tony Pitt on banjo. Photo by Mike Witt.

John Crocker plays tenor sax, one of ‘Barry Palser’s Super Six’ at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. Also (hidden) John Tyson on drums and Tony Pitt on banjo. Photo by Mike Witt.

Allan 'Lord Arsenal' Bradley plays trumpet for Barry Palser's Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

Allan ‘Lord Arsenal’ Bradley plays trumpet, one of Barry Palser’s Super Six at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent) on 12th February 2016. Photo by Mike Witt.

John, on clarinet, played a beautiful intro to ‘Old Rugged Cross’ and then followed on with a feature song ‘S’Wonderful’ on tenor sax, to which the audience screamed their appreciation.  Keith yelled out “don’t scream too much, they’ll want paying more”.  How about ‘Dr Jazz’?  What a fabulous effort by everyone, Barry on trombone, John (C) on clarinet, ‘Lord Charlton, oh I mean Arsenal’ on trumpet, Tony on banjo, Alan (M) on double bass and John (T) on drums, well they ALL need a mention, they ALL make up ‘the magnificent six’, Oh, I mean ‘Super Six’.  You can tell I love them, can’t you!  It IS WHAT MAKES ‘LIVE’ JAZZ WORTH IT.

Diane and Keith

‘All of Me’ – Gerald Marks & Seymour Simons (1931)
‘Bei Mir Bist Du Shon’ – (m) Sholom Secunda, (l) Jacob Jacobs (1932). Re-written by Sammy Cahn &Saul Chaplin (1937)
‘Blue, Turning Grey Over You’ – (m) Fats Waller, (l) Andy Razaf (1929)
‘Chinatown, My Chinatown’ – (m) Jean Schwartz, (l) William Jerome (1910)
‘Dr Jazz’ – Joe ‘King’ Oliver & Walter Melrose (1926)
‘I Want A Little Girl To Call My Own’ – (m) Murray Mencher, (l) Bill Moll (1930)
 ‘Riverboat Shuffle’ – (m) Hoagy Carmichael, (l) Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish & Dick Voynow (1924)
‘S’Wonderful’ – (m) George Gershwin, (l) Ira Gershwin (1927)
‘The Clouds Will Soon Go By’ – Harry Woods & George ‘Funky’ Brown (pseudonym of Billy Hill) (1932)
‘The Old Rugged Cross’ – George Bennard (1912)