[Dixielandjazz] Free upgraded "Panama" lead sheet
dwlit at cpcug.org
dwlit at cpcug.org
Tue Nov 17 14:29:25 PST 2009
Hi Scott. I just listened--I have that Mosaic set, but never got around to
cataloging it. Actually it's Jimmy Dorsey. Some hot stuff on that disk.
"Panama" omits B & C, D-ending are all in Eb.
> Aha! The version that has that strain used for all the solos is "Tommy
> Dorsey and his Original Dorseyland" Band on the "Classic Condom Mob
> As I mentioned, sorry for the brain-fart.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <dwlit at cpcug.org>
> To: "Scott Anthony" <santh at comcast.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 17, 2009 10:25 AM
> Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Free upgraded "Panama" lead sheet
>> Hi Scott. I don't have the Muggsy recording. Can you recall anything
>> discographical to help me find it? I have a bunch of Muggsy records, all
>> cataloged, so I'll probably have to buy it.
>>>> My one major discovery is that many records insert a solo strain
>>>> with the chord pattern
>>>> (In Ab) Db/// //// Ab/// ////, Eb7/// //// Ab/// ////
>>>> [repeat the 8 bars]
>>>> (sometimes it's in Eb)
>>>> I inserted the chords for that strain into the upgraded sheet as an
>>> I think it is the Mugsy Spanier recording that uses the above strain
>>> almost all its solos and the normal solo chorus hardly at all if ever.
>>> can't seem to find the recording, so I can't check.
>>> Turk used the strain at least once in the tune whenever I heard him
>>> We do it too, but just one time through after all the solos and just
>>> the out-choruses (www.santhony.com/ggrm/bigmachine.html - click on the
>>> in the Flash player to listen).
>>> Scott Anthony
>>> Golden Gate Rhythm Machine
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