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You Tell Me Your Dream

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  • Malcolm Agnew
    Fellow Harmonetters - You Tell Me Your Dream is in the Barberpole Cat Program and Song Book - 1992 version. Not sure if there is a later version. Anyway -
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 1, 2003
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      Fellow Harmonetters -
      "You Tell Me Your Dream" is in the Barberpole Cat Program and
      Song Book - 1992 version. Not sure if there is a later version. Anyway -
      a very nice arrangement by Phil Embury.
      Enjoy -
      Mal Agnew
      Arlingtones (Virginia) and Mount Vernon (Harmony Heritage Singers) Chapters
      in the Washington DC Metro Area
    • Paul Agnew
      Of course, if you want a truly unique arrangement you should check out Bob Bohn s version. You can hear it on the latest Easternaires CD that Eddy Ryan just
      Message 2 of 4 , Apr 2, 2003
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        Of course, if you want a truly unique arrangement you should check out
        Bob Bohn's version. You can hear it on the latest Easternaires CD that
        Eddy Ryan just produced.

        Paul Agnew


        -----Original Message-----
        From: Malcolm Agnew [mailto:mjagnew@...]
        Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2003 11:19 AM
        To: Harmonet
        Subject: [bbshop] You Tell Me Your Dream

        Fellow Harmonetters -
        "You Tell Me Your Dream" is in the Barberpole Cat Program and
        Song Book - 1992 version. Not sure if there is a later version. Anyway
        -
        a very nice arrangement by Phil Embury.
        Enjoy -
        Mal Agnew
        Arlingtones (Virginia) and Mount Vernon (Harmony Heritage Singers)
        Chapters
        in the Washington DC Metro Area



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      • Paul Agnew
        Yes! Check out page 19 in the recent March/April 2003 Harmonizer for ordering information on the newest CD. Eddy did a great job producing this newest CD,
        Message 3 of 4 , Apr 2, 2003
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          Yes! Check out page 19 in the recent March/April 2003 Harmonizer for
          ordering information on the newest CD. Eddy did a great job producing
          this newest CD, and included some of the songs I've always heard about,
          but didn't have an opportunity to hear performed by the Easternaires.



          Cheers,

          Paul Agnew

          West Palm Beach





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          Paul-
          Are you sure this song is on the CD? Is it the "Slightly
          Different" title,or did Eddy release another? If so, where on the CD is
          it? ( bonus cut,etc.)
          Thanks,
          Bob Girard
          Manhattan Chapter



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        • Jack Martin
          Roger Blackburn s version is also worthy of mentioning. Not sure he used the Barberpole Cat arrangement either. In Harmony Jack Martin ... From: Paul Agnew
          Message 4 of 4 , Apr 2, 2003
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            Roger Blackburn's version is also worthy of mentioning. Not sure he used
            the Barberpole Cat arrangement either.
            In Harmony
            Jack Martin

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            Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2003 12:23 PM
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            Of course, if you want a truly unique arrangement you should check out
            Bob Bohn's version. You can hear it on the latest Easternaires CD that
            Eddy Ryan just produced.

            Paul Agnew
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