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September 15, 2017

78manblog New 78Man album : Songs that Leslie Sarony Taught us

Songs that Leslie Sarony taught us is a Various Artists compilation which features 20 tracks written (or co-written) by Leslie Sarony and covered by other artists. Although Sarony recorded his own versions of these songs it was common in the late ’20s and early ’30s for multiple versions of popular songs to be released. Tracks on the album are ;

  1. Why build a wall round a graveyard by Roy Leslie (originally released on Eclipse 620 in 1934).
  2. In these hard times by Leonard Henry (Sterno 993, 1932)
  3. Ain’t it grand to be bloomin’ well dead pt 1 & 2 by George Buck and The Roysterers (Edison Bell Winner 5474, 1932)
  4. Jollity Farm by Hal Swain and his band (Regal G 9440, 1929)
  5. Come in Mr Cummin by Clarkson Rose (Zonophone 5429, 1929)
  6. I’m a little prarie flower by Billy Cotton and his band (Rex 9180, 1937)
  7. I lift up my finger and I say “tweet tweet” by Gracie Fields (His Master’s Voice B 2999, 1929)
  8. Gorgonzola by The Two Gilberts (Regal MR 198, 1930)
  9. Bunkey doodle I doh by Harry Hudson’s Melody Men (Edison Bell Radio 1300, 1930)
  10. Wheezy Anna by Roy Leslie (Eclipse 374, 1933)
  11. Wheezy Anna’s wedding day by Billy Cotton and his band (Regal Zonophone MR 1141, 1934)
  12. More Rhymes, Pt 1 & 2 by White Star Syncopators (Piccadilly 893, 1931)
  13. Over the garden wall by Albert Whelan (Imperial 2272, 1929)
  14. Shut the gate by The Two Gilberts (MR 180, 1930)
  15. Forty Seven ginger headed sailors by Jack Hylton and his Orchestra (His Master’s Voice B 5542, 1928)
  16. Mucking about the garden by Clarkson Rose (Zonophone 5429, 1929)
  17. Topsy Turvy Talk by Albert Whelan (Imperial 2453, 1931)
  18. Let’s all sing the lard song by Harry Bidgood and his broadcasters (Broadcast 185, 1927)
  19. Don’t do that to the poor puss cat by Stanley Kirkby (Edison Bell Radio 862, 1928)
  20. Once aboard the lugger, Pt 1 & 2 by Randolph Sutton (Imperial 2644, 1932)

The album is available on streaming sites such as Spotify and downoad sites such as Itunes .

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PledgeMusic News Barenaked Ladies Debut New Song, “Lookin’ Up”

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It’s been just months since the release of Barenaked Ladies’ collaborative album with The Persuasions, but they are already gearing up for the release of their newest full-length LP. Fake Nudes, which is slated for release on November 17, will mark the band’s fifteenth studio album. They’ve given fans a preview of what to expect from the release with the premiere of the new single, “Lookin’ Up,” which you can stream now on Billboard.

“‘Lookin’ Up’ is just about optimism,” the group’s Ed Robertson tells Billboard. “I think it’s a very important time for optimism. We live in a world that tends to emphasize the negative. I think it’s kind of a false narrative — we certainly have problems that we all need to address, but the narrative that we’re in constant danger, that doom is imminent, is not real. It’s gripping and it gets your intention, but it’s not a realistic narrative. I think it’s important to try and have a broader perspective.”

Along with the album’s pre-order, the band is offering up limited edition signed bundles and drum heads. Grab yours inside before they’re gone!

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Jazzwise News

Some of the most exciting names from London and Chicago’s resurgent jazz scenes are set to come together for two nights under the banner CHICAGOXLONDON on 18-19 October at the Total Refreshment Centre in North London. The Windy City’s native scene has been given a boost by the aptly named International Anthem label, whose activities in the last couple of years have raised the profiles of newcomers such as sonically adventurous drummer Makaya McCraven and artfully-edgy trumpeter Jaimie Branch, while also shining new light on the prolific solo career of Tortoise guitarist Jeff Parker. Its distinct approach accentuating the rawness and experimentation that’s been a hallmark of jazz from Chicago for the last century. This boldness is also mirrored in the current crop of UK-based artists who’ve been winning over a new generation of listeners with a refreshing mix of spiritual jazz, experimental electronica and hard-hitting grooves.

Things kick off on 18 October with McCraven lining up with UK tuba player Theon Cross Trio in a double-drum partnership with Moses Boyd and saxophonist Nubya Garcia, while trumpeter Jaimie Branch opens things up with a rare London showing from her Fly Or Die Ensemble with Tomeka Reid (cello), Jason Ajemian (bass), and Frank Rosaly (drums). The second instalment of this mini-fest on 19 October promises more fireworks as McCraven joins forces with rising star pianist Ashley Henry to co-headline with their RE:Ensemble, previewing material from the band’s upcoming release, with a stellar line up of saxophonist Binker Golding and bassist Dan Casimir and more. Support comes from Chicagoan cellist Tomeka Reid, with Italian bassist Silvia Bolognesi and New York-based violinist Mazz Swift – all playing music from their improv-fuelled folk-meets-classical album Not Living In Fear, which was released in June on International Anthem, who are also presenting this event along with EZH Mag.

– Mike Flynn

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Discogs Blog The Discogs Weekly Top 10 New Releases – September 15 2017

Welcome to the September 15th Weekly Top 10 New Releases pulled from the freshest sales data at Discogs! The Discogs Weekly Top 10 New Releases are all the records (vinyl, CD, cassette, or otherwise) the Discogs community has added to their collection from last week’s release day to today. The Weekly Top 10 is your […]

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Discogs Blog The Discogs Weekly Top 10 New Releases – September 15 2017

Welcome to the September 15th Weekly Top 10 New Releases pulled from the freshest sales data at Discogs! The Discogs Weekly Top 10 New Releases are all the records (vinyl, CD, cassette, or otherwise) the Discogs community has added to their collection from last week’s release day to today. The Weekly Top 10 is your […]

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Composer of the Week Alexander Goehr – Part 2

Donald Macleod in conversation with composer Alexander Goehr at his home near Cambridge

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Composer of the Week Alexander Goehr – Part 1

Donald Macleod in conversation with composer Alexander Goehr at his home near Cambridge

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FT Life of a Song The Hits that Shook the World

In a special episode to mark the publication of The Life of a Song book, FT pop critics Helen Brown, David Cheal and Ludovic Hunter-Tilney debate whether a song can really change the world. Hear the stories behind the hits, from Bowie’s ‘Starman’ to Jay-Z’s ‘Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)’.

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This day in music On this Day September 15, 2008

Pink Floyd keyboard player and founder member Richard Wright died aged 65 from cancer. Wright appeared on the group’s first album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, in 1967 alongside
Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and Nick Mason. David Gilmour who joined the band at the start of 1968 said: “He was such a lovely, gentle, genuine man and will be missed terribly by so many who loved him.” In 2005, the full band reunited – for the first time in 24 years – for the Live 8 concert in London’s Hyde Park. Wright had also contributed vocals and keyboards to Gilmour’s 2006 solo album On An Island.

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