[Dixielandjazz] Late model OKOM tunes
tubaman at tubatoast.com
Sun Oct 29 17:35:56 PST 2006
I didn't see the original question, but I can guess ;-)
I was just listening to the Australian band Society Syncopators
"Jazz Gems" and they do a very nice OKOM version of the Kink's "Lazy
(great band, BTW - sound clip at http://www.societysyncopators.com.au/
mp3/LAZIN_ON.MP3 -the fade out before the horn solos... )
On Oct 29, 2006, at 4:53 PM, Talegatorz at aol.com wrote:
> Hello Dave,
> How about?
> "Down at Poppa Joes" (maybe Starline Rhythym
> "Act Naturally" (Sung by Ringo Starr)
> "Don't Pass Me By" (Sung and written by Ringo)
> "Octopus' Garden" " " "
> "Lady Godiva" (Peter and Gordon)
> "Mellow Yellow" (Donovan)
> "Well Respected Man" (The Kinks)
> "Daydream" (Lov'in Spoonful"
> "Little Red Ridding Hood" (Sam the Sham")
> "Mother's Little Helper" (Rolling Stones)
> These are a few that come to mind from the sixties and there are
> many others.
> They all have some stylistic elements of Dixie, though most were
> with as much of a rock feel as possible.
> I'm hoping that if you produce another project after 20's and 30's,
> it might
> be for the 50's and 60's. That music is going though its aging
> process and
> will soon be lamented by many as deceased and kept alive by a few.
> Gus Bloch
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