[Dixielandjazz] Sandler and Young

Richard Broadie richard.broadie at gte.net
Sat Feb 15 12:17:03 PST 2003

Dan, I don't know of anyone who has not played Bill Bailey, Around The World
and Just Because as one song with the three different melodies going to one
chord progression.

My band used to play Happy Birthday and Lush Life at the same time, which
may explain why we rarely worked.   :-)

Dick Broadie
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From: "Dan Augustine" <ds.augustine at mail.utexas.edu>
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Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Sandler and Young

> Folks--
>     Remember the male singing-duo Sandler and Young (i think it was Tony
Sandler and Ralph Young)?  Sometimes they would sing two songs with the same
chord-changes but different melodies, at the same time (sometimes in
different languages), and it was occasionally residually amusing.
>     Have you (or has any band) ever done that with two dixieland-tunes
(playing, not singing)?
>     Dan
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