RE: [bbshop] Re: "Lullaby in Ragtime"
- Hi Fred
Everything you say s correct except when you say that it was Boston Consort. At
the time of their recording of 'Lullaby' (1985) they were still known as Boston
Common with Eddie Ryan (of the Easternaires) singing Tenor. They did not change
their name to Boston Consort until Fran Page joined them some short time later.
The other songs on that 4 song tape were 'Sitting on top of the world', 'Just
say that I'm a friend of yours' and 'I'm confessin' that I love you'
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Subject: [bbshop] Re: "Lullaby in Ragtime"
Credit has to be given to the Boston Consort with Tommy Spirito on lead. The
arrangement we "preserved" was theirs, and its my understanding that they just
woodshedded it. I have never seen spots to the rendition we sang.
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> Second Edition and Keepsake recorded "Lullaby in Ragtime." Sounds like
> the same arrangement to me. Who's the arranger?
> Tom Pearce
> Staunton, Virginia
- Anybody got a copy of "I'm Confessin' That I Love You" in electronic form?
I remember the song, and I bet the kids would love to sing it. Please
email me privately.
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