I've put up a few more songs that I recorded on my autopiano at
o Yes - We Have No Bananas (US 41314)
- Carl Ober really swings this 1920's pop tune
o Don't Bring Lulu (Pianostyle 24085)
- A tune that's a party invitation .. with one stipulation:
"You can bring Rose with the turned-up nose,
but don't - bring - Lulu"
o In A Little Rendezvous (Ampico 205281-E)
- A Vincent Lopez assisted fox trot.
Is this recording Live or Lopez-ized? You decide.
o Say So! (Ampico 209833)
- A George Gershwin fox-trot of sorts. Sort of monotonous.
o Button Up Your Overcoat (1 of 3 on QRS XP-278-B)
- The next 3 are on one jumbo roll, still available from QRS.
Pop tune in the '20's.
"BUYO, when the wind blows free,
take good care of yourself, you belong to me!"
o I Wanna Be Loved By You (2 of 3 on QRS XP-278-B)
- Who doesn't picture 'Ginger Rogers' singing this on
"Gilligan's Island" when hearing this?
o He's So Unusual (3 of 3 on QRS XP-278-B)
- A quirky tune about a girl who wants a jump-start from
her date, but ain't gunna get any
"He says no, 'let me go!' - he's so unusual"
o Can't Help Lovin' Dat man (Ampico 209913-F)
- Sounds like Gershwin, but it's Hammerstein.
Dramatic Afro-American sounding ballad.
o Rose Of The Morning (Ampico 203971-E)
- Chirpy fox-trot that won't dissapoint.
o Night Beloved (Ampico 30041-G)
- A classical accompaniment recording with words
for a soprano.
o Ampico Dinner Music #14 (Ampico 714530-D )
This came out a little soft, so I'll be re-recording soon.
- Includes: "Say It With Music", "Tea For Two",
"Look For the Silver Lining", "Night And Day",
"Rose Marie", "They Didn't Believe Me"