“Love Songs of The Nile” Mike Owen’s Scarlett Serenaders

YouTube No 53 in the Jazz&Jazz 
Covid 19 Blackout Buster Series

A rarely heard Amos Garrett number.
Mike Owen (trombone), Sarah Spencer (Saxophone) , Brian Mellor (Banjo),
Brian Lawrence (bass) and Baby Jools (Drums). Jazz at Bedford Golf Club.

Courtesy of Bedford Golf Club and Tad Newton.

Peter M Butler
Editor Jazz&Jazz

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  1. nick Telfer says:

    I’m curious. As I recall this is the only tune we ever played in D flat. This is in Bflat. I think Lionel Ferbos played it in D flat. I wonder if anybody else did or whether we took it from Lionel’s version.

  2. Jim McIntosh says:

    I have done it in C with Bill Brunskill and remember Mr. Tidiman’s solo! Sometimes recordings speed up and therefore sharpen. C to D flat?? Why play it in D flat anyway???

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