[Dixielandjazz] Much More Panama
louislince at neworleansmusic.demon.co.uk
Thu Oct 8 05:47:07 PDT 2009
To listen to the Cy Seymour tune "Panama Rag", as opposed to the William
Tyers "Panama" you will have to purchase Delmark DE-214 "Grace and Beauty"
by the New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra. It's track10 and a pretty tune well
performed in 1967.
----- Original Message -----
From: <andy.ling at quantel.com>
To: <louislince at neworleansmusic.demon.co.uk>
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Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2009 10:38 AM
Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Much More Panama
> Brian Wood wrote on 07/10/2009 19:12:58:
>> The next time I hear a British band announce "Panama Rag" and
>> then play "Panama" I shall scream.
> Being of a British persuasion, I thought I better make sure
> I know what is what. So I did some searching and now
> have no idea :-)
> I've listened to the Professor Bill MIDI file of Panama,
> which I assume really is Panama. I then did a video
> search for Panama Rag, which turned up this lot :-
> Having listened to several of these, they all sound like
> the Prof. Bill Panama (They are still worth a listen
> though ;^)
> So what does Panama Rag sound like? We have no chance of getting
> things right when there is so much evidence pointing at the wrong
> thing GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out)
> Andy Ling
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