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This makes me remember a presentation I made to friends many years  
ago, when I used one of my favorite themes "How high the moon") for
illustrating a short history of jazz through various  
styles,instrumentaton,etc. I used maybe 20 versions by traditional  
band,pianist,combo,big band,chamber string band,etc and people were  
not tired of hearing always the same theme,but treated so diversely.
Michel Ruppli
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Le 23 août 10 à 23:59, Tom Diamant a écrit :

>
> I put one together years ago on Corrine, Corrina but stopped  
> updating it. I
> collected over 160 versions. Here's the website:
> http://www.panhandlecountry.com/cc/cchome.html
>
> I once did a two hour radio show playing nothing but Corrine Corrina
> versions. They were so diverse, it turned out to be a very popular  
> show. I
> think I'll do it again soon.
>
> Tom Diamant
>
>
>
> Tom Diamant
> Panhandle Country
> KPFA-FM - Berkeley, CA
> KFCF-FM - Fresno, CA
> KPFA.org - Live internet broadcast and archived shows
>
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> website: http://www.panhandlecountry.com/
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> Listen to archive shows now! http://www.kpfa.org/archives/index.php? 
> show=79
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Graham McDonald
> Sent: Sunday, August 22, 2010 4:09 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Single song discographies
>
> Thank you for your responses and suggestions.
>
> I am looking for all kinds of recording of the song, whether a
> straight-foward rendition or an adaption of just part of it, such  
> as Tom
> Waits' Tom Traubert's Blues. These I put in a category called  
> 'based on'
> to distinguish them
>
> Jane Keefer's Index was very useful. There were several in there I  
> didn't
> know about
>
> And I am, of course, in total awe of the people who did the Amazing  
> Grace
> collection. Would anyone have a contact for Allan Chasanoff or Raymon
> Elozua. I would love to talk to them about their Filemaker database.
>
> I look forward to meeting some of you in Philadelphia
>
> cheers
>
> Graham McDonald
> Recorded Sound Archivist
> National Film and Sound Archive, McCoy Circuit, Acton
> Canberra  ACT  2601  Tel:  02 6248 2192
> www.nfsa.gov.au
>