[Dixielandjazz] Any Time, Any Day, Anywhere

Marek Boym marekboym at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 09:09:43 PST 2012

Just lovely, Joe.
Thanks for posting it.  And for introducing me to Cliff Hess.

On 14 December 2012 05:35, Joe Carbery <joe.carbery at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a recording (on CD) of the above tune recorded in 1932 by Duke
> Ellington. The composer credits are Victor Young, Lee Wiley & Ned
> Washington. The song was also recorded by Nat Cole, The Mills Brothers and
> by Lee Wiley, *inter alia.
> *A tune of the same title was recorded in 1920 by Paul Whiteman's
> Ambassador Orchestra on Victor 18694-A. The melody has a striking
> resemblance to the one credited to Young, Wiley & Washington, except that
> the chorus is 16 bars long rather than 32. However, on YouTube there is a
> version on a piano roll recorded by Cliff Hess in 1920. This is 32 bars
> long. (ie the chorus) and the resemblance to the Young/Wiley/Washington
> son
> is even more marked. See
> http://youtu.be/Tugq-_rJ3G4
> Has this similarity been remarked on before?
> Joe Carbery.
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