[Harp-L] Down at Papa Joe'a
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- Date: Sun, 6 Dec 2015 22:08:02 -0500
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I know it's not a Christmas song but it probably counts as a Winter Song. I think it is warmer in New Orleans now that it is up her in the North (Mich).
Has anybody tried to play it in octaves? on a chrome?
The Dixiebelles (not a real group) released it in 1963. Catchy little tune. It's on YouTube in any event and sheet music at <musicnotes.com>.
FYI: Sheetmusic dot com will actually play the first page of the tune for free and let you print out the first page for free.
Somebody was trying to trace the original song this tune was based on, but nobody could recall, other than hearing it in the 50s-- well before it was a pop hit.
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