[Dixielandjazz] Sing Song Girl

Phil Wilking philwilking at bellsouth.net
Sun Oct 18 00:12:19 PDT 2009

Anderson page of "Sing Song Girl" sent off-list.

The ultimate fakebook probably is the Charles Anderson book. Almost 10,000 
tunes, but it is expensive and takes up 6 feet of bookshelf. It is available 
from http://www.andersonfakebook.com/

You should also check this web site: http://www.ultimatebanjo.com/ It offers 
several less extensive fakebooks, including my own, and display alphabetical 
indices of at least some of them.

Phil Wilking

Those who would exchange freedom for
security deserve neither freedom nor security.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Allan Brown" <allanbrown at dsl.pipex.com>
> I don't want to be a pain but I've got another request. I'm trying to find
> the song 'Sing Song Girl' which is another R Crumb and the Cheap Suit
> Serenaders cover and I think may originally have been played by LeRoy
> Shield's Orchestra.
> If anyone could recommend the best fake book that covers 1920's / 30's 
> tunes
> it may well save you all a lot of time. I love Dixieland music, although
> I've only just realised that I do, and ashamed to say in amongst this 
> great
> music I seem to be inexplicably drawn to the comedy/ novelty side of 
> things.

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