[Dixielandjazz] Re: Dixielandjazz Digest, Vol 12, Issue 23
mikedurham_jazz at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 12 00:02:36 PST 2003
Okeh Steve, I'll rise to the challenge:
Red Cells In The Sunset
When Your Liver Has Gone
How Lung Has This Been Going On
Ory's Creole Thighbone
.........what have you started!?
>From: Stephen Barbone <barbonestreet at earthlink.net>
>Reply-To: barbonestreet at earthlink.net
>To: dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com
>Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Re: Dixielandjazz Digest, Vol 12, Issue 23
>Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2003 18:50:25 -0500
> > s3856lpa at webtv.net (Harold Smith) wrote (polite snip)
> > If you listmates think that the "Music for the Gary Trade" was in bad
> > taste, offensive, and downright insensitive, wait until I start a thread
> > on the new Medicare/Prescription Drug Bill, passed by our glorious
> > Congress.
>That would be "Music for the GRAY Trade". Describes the current USA OKOM
>perfectly. I'll start with the first song for "Gray Trade". (Songs must
>both the "Gray" areas of both musical and medicare objectives)
>1) "I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You."
>The above song also satisfies the wishes of the younger generations. They
>decreasing as a percentage of the total population here and they will not
>to fund the medical needs of all of us old folks. And they would much
>that money in a more relevant area. And they could care less about OKOM as
>by most bands today.
>Note well that out of 105 musical categories for the GRAMMY'S, with 4 or 5
>per category, there is NO OKOM. Unless you consider Brian Setzer's
>Suite" OKOM. ;-) (it's in a Pop category)
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