[Dixielandjazz] so "not-Jazz"
jdrobertson at att.net
Fri Jun 17 08:39:31 PDT 2005
I just bought the double CD of Guy Lombardo mentioned by Bill H. in Oz.
It does indeed include the Chicken Song, which I had never heard. The
reason I got the CD was for St. Louis Blues, which I remembered from
playing my parents' 78. What I remembered was Carmen Lombardo playing I
guess alto sax and holding one note seemingly forever with the rest of
the band shouting "hold it" and finally one calm voice saying "don't
stop now Carmen". It does have a few "jazz" tunes such as San, Five
Foot Two, Dardanella, Waitin' for the Robert E Lee etc. It also has
"I'm My Own Grandpa"
chaz_2053 at comcast.net wrote:
>You guys , I hope, will excuse me for asking something a little off Jazz.
>Anyway, I-being the senile senior that I am- woke up in the middle of the night thinking about a song that one of the group each year. I didn't think that I would ever forget it, because it was so funny.
>I have looked everywhere I can think and can find no hint of it. Has anyone (if you are old enough) ever heard "The Chicken Song" (I Ain't Gonna Take it Settin' Down)? There were a couple of songs that I really thought were better than the rest of the show. It seemed that I had it on a 10" LP called "Enjoy Yourself", but I have tracked down a copy of that and still no song.
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