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Re: [RedHotJazz] Re: Introduction and question

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  • Howard Rye
    Er, yes, I guess you are right about this. It certainly isn¹t comtemporary with the recording. on 27/03/2010 18:38, Robert Greenwood at
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      Er, yes, I guess you are right about this. It certainly isn¹t comtemporary
      with the recording.


      on 27/03/2010 18:38, Robert Greenwood at robertgreenwood_54uk@...
      wrote:

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      > Ye-es, Howard, but wasn't the NO Rarities issue from around the mid-sixties?
      > Sweet Fields was a part of Ken Colyer's repertoire from the mid-fifties. It's
      > probable that he heard the Eureka performing it in NO in 1952/53 and brought
      > it back to Blighty, since when it has been, as Ken Gates puts it, part of the
      > trad jazz songlist.
      > Robert Greenwood
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      > --- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com <mailto:RedHotJazz%40yahoogroups.com> ,
      > Howard Rye <howard@...> wrote:
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      >> > As to recordings, any advance on Eureka Brass Band, December 1955 (New
      >> > Orleans Rarities 4)?
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      >> > on 27/03/2010 01:36, Ken Gates at kwg28@... wrote:
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      >>> > > I'm trying to track down when and where "Sweet
      >>> > > Fields" was
      >>> > > introduced into the trad jazz songlist. I assume it is a hymn. It
      >>> shows up
      >>> > > on an Eagle Brass
      >>> > > Band recording I have of about 197x (I think).
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