[Dixielandjazz] Songs For The Times
tubaman at tubatoast.com
Mon Mar 9 19:34:20 PDT 2009
How about the Tom Waits version?
it was featured on a NPR show -
On Mar 9, 2009, at 6:23 PM, dwlit at cpcug.org wrote:
> One never knows what one will hear on Muzak. Several years ago I heard
> "Bro...dime" sung by someone who sounded rather like Celine Dion.
> IIRC it
> was sung slowly, expressively, in sort of a torchy style.
>> Did you sing it with the original lyrics? It's old enough that the
>> of the current crop of "whiz kids" (who just know in their souls that
>> they're smarter than anyone who ever came before them) couldn't
>> name it
>> without prompting. Much less recognize that it applies to them.
>> Phil Wilking
>> Those who would exchange freedom for
>> security deserve neither freedom nor security.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Robert Ringwald" <rsr at ringwald.com>
>>> In December I played solo piano for receptions that a financial
>>> had for his clients. It was 3-nights in a row.
>>> After his little talk, I played "Brother Can You Spare a Dime."
>>> nights in a row and no one got it.
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