[Dixielandjazz] Banjolene.

Bob Romans cellblk7 at comcast.net
Mon Sep 8 12:55:23 PDT 2003

Banjolene sounds to me like some kind of soothing ointment, like Trombolene
(Slide grease), Vasoline, Valvoline, K-Y JE...never mind!
Bob Romans
Cell Block 7
Jazz Band
1617 Lakeshore Dr.,
Lodi, California, 95242
WebPages..click below
-----Original Message-----
From: lswain at penrose.com <lswain at penrose.com>
To: dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>; Rev M J
(Mike) Logsdon <mjl at ix.netcom.com>
Date: Monday, September 08, 2003 1:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Banjolene.

> >>>Check it out on Google.<<<
> I did, and nothing.

I did, too, and came up with this page:


which includes this paragraph:

"71358. Harry James and His Music Makers. July 27, 1945. Program #8. AFRS. A
band remote from The Thomas M. England General Hospital, Midlantic City, New
Jersey. The first tune is, "Carnival." Private Warren Bodin plays his own
invention, the
"Banjolene." The date is subject to correction. Harry James and His
Orchestra, Eddie
Dunn (announcer), Buddy De Vito (vocal), Corky Corcoran (tenor sax), Kitty
(vocal), Warren Bodin. 30:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete. "
Doesn't tell you what it is, but perhaps you can listen to it.
Larry Swain

L. R. Swain

Penrose, Inc.
Professional Real Estate and other Web presence creation
617 571 7885

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