-- forwarded message, please reply to sender and MMD --
A few years ago (maybe ten) I was on a street corner in Reno, Nevada.
There was an old-fashioned cart, bright yellow, playing a music roll
or disc. It was a song my mother used to play for us on the piano,
and I never heard it anywhere else until that day in Reno. I didn't
know the name of the tune, so I asked the man who operated the organ.
He read the name right off the music roll or disc: "Pretty Little
Do you know anything about this organ, or the music? I just want
to hear it again. I've tried for years to find out for myself but
I haven't been able to.
If you can find out for me I would be so grateful. Or if you could
suggest where I might look. Thank you.
[ Found at Lester S. Levy Collection web site,
[ "Blue-Eyed Sally", by Al. Bernard and Russel Robinson.
[ Henry Waterson, Inc., 1571 Broadway, New York, 1924.
[ Chorus: Pretty little blue-eyed Sally, better times are comin'
[ -- Robbie