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Re: [RedHotJazz] Re: I though I heard ... say

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  • Andrew Homzy
    It amuses me to wonder why someone with the name of Theron C. Bennett would want to write under the pseudonym of Barney & Seymour . Sorry for the diversion.
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 20, 2007
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      It amuses me to wonder why someone with the name of Theron C. Bennett
      would want to write under the pseudonym of "Barney & Seymour".

      Sorry for the diversion.

      Cheers,

      Andrew Homzy, Montréal


      On 21-Feb-07, at 12:09 AM, James O'Briant wrote:

      > That "I thought I heard Buddy Bolden Say" line comes from before or
      > very
      > shortly after 1900. The tune was known as "Funky Butt," and it was
      > a folk
      > strain that was borrowed by a lot of different people. It turned up
      > (sans
      > lyrics) in the "Saint Louis Tickle," a 1903 rag by "Barney &
      > Seymour," which
      > was a pseudonym for Theron C. Bennett.


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