Dan Levinson's Eleven Sons of Rosy | Where the Morning Glories Grow: A Centennial Remembrance of Rosy McHargue

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Where the Morning Glories Grow: A Centennial Remembrance of Rosy McHargue

by Dan Levinson's Eleven Sons of Rosy

1920s and '30s Traditional Jazz and Swing Intersperced with Sentimental Ballads and Barbershop Harmony Vocals
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Where the Morning Glories Grow
4:51 album only
2. Moonlight
3:54 album only
3. I\'m All Bound \'Round with the Mason-Dixon Line
2:56 album only
4. Too Many Tears
6:05 album only
5. Mandy
3:49 album only
6. My Isle of Golden Dreams
4:06 album only
7. I Wonder Who\'s Kissing Her Now
4:57 album only
8. O\'er the Billowy Sea
5:54 album only
9. Maple Leaf Rag
3:46 album only
10. The Moon Shines on the Moonshine / Haunting Blues
5:24 album only
11. San Antonio
4:00 album only
12. What Good Am I Without You? / When You\'re Alone
3:59 album only
13. I Wonder Where My Sweet, Sweet Daddy\'s Gone
6:29 album only
14. The Trail of the Lonesome Pine
5:21 album only
15. I\'ll Sit Right on the Moon (And Keep My Eyes on You)
3:50 album only
16. Now That You\'re Gone
4:26 album only
17. Blue is the Night
4:45 album only


Album Notes
During a career that spanned eight decades, James Eugene "Rosy" McHargue (1902-1999) was known and respected as a clarinetist, arranger, vocalist, and as a brilliant performer on the rarely heard C-melody saxophone. In his later years he became a friend and mentor to aspiring young musicians such as Dan Levinson, to whom he bequeathed a trunk full of his arrangements. "Where the Morning Glories Grow: A Centennial Remembrance of Rosy McHargue" is Dan's loving tribute to the man and his music - novelty songs, hot jazz stomps, and tender, heart-wrenching tales of lost love - all arranged by Rosy and recorded for the first time. Most of the musicians on this CD are disciples of Rosy, who performed with him, admired him, and were admired by him.

[PERFORMERS: Dan Levinson, Corey Gemme, Dick Miller, Keith Elliott, Geoff Nudell, Bob Reitmeier, Robbie Rhodes, John Reynolds, Westy Westenhofer, Larry Wright, James Langton; with special guests Randy Reinhart and Ian Whitcomb]



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