Ethel Regan | The Soho Serenade

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The Soho Serenade

by Ethel Regan

A jazz /pop song written about London's Soho district.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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I wrote this jazz/ pop song way back in the early 1960s after I heard a record, "My Bonnie," sung by Tony Sheridan with The Beatles. My song was reworked a bit and copyrighted in 1964. Due to a lack of funds at that time and other complications the song was never released. The song was recorded in 1965 by Ethel Regan, who deserves to be remembered as one of those talented young singers who just don't get the breaks they deserve. Now, fifty years later, it is being issued commercially for the first time in honor of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles coming to America and also in remembrance of Ethel's singing. But it is mainly a seductive serenade about the Soho district in London and especially for "all lovers playin' this song, as they hold hands, they sing along."



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