[Dixielandjazz] Re: Re:"Who Did You Meet Last Night"
Craig I. Johnson
civanj at adelphia.net
Mon Sep 5 22:54:58 PDT 2005
-- As Bill Gunter said "I Googled the Hell out of"
"Shuster+ Cunningham" et.al and et.cetera.
However, if the CunMingham meant Cunningham,
maybe the Shuster meant Schuster.
In the Anderson fake book there is one song with
a Paul Cunningham as Lyricist.
Further, there are both a Joe and an Ira Schuster listed
as composers of various songs listed in "Anderson"
-- for what it is worth.
Thanks for the info guys, I've got most of what I need
if you curiousity gets the best of you and you find out
more - let me know. As I will, thee.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Haesler" <bhaesler at bigpond.net.au>
To: "Craig I. Johnson" <civanj at adelphia.net>; "dixieland jazz mail list"
<dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>
Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2005 12:50 AM
Subject: Re:"Who Did You Meet Last Night"
> > Can anyone tell me the composer of "Who Did You Meet Last Night"?
> Dear Craig,
> "Who Did You Meet Last Night" (Shuster-Cunmingham-Robertson)
> According to the Jimmie Lunceford recording of 2 Aug 1939.
> It was initially recorded for Decca by Dick Robertson on 19 May 1939.
> Which MAY account for the 'Robertson'.
> Could CunMingham be a misspelling for CunNingham?
> I can't find anything about a Shuster or Cunmingham/Cunningham in the
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