Written (2013-2018) in Nottingham, England, by Pops Coffee, an octogenarian who got into traditional jazz late in life, with much to discover, learn and pass on.
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13 September 2017
Post 547: TRADITIONAL JAZZ PUZZLE FOR TODAY
Here's another of my occasional puzzles.
These are eight titles of tunes played by our bands.
They are all slightly wrong.
When You Wore a Turnip Egyptian Fella You’re the Fly in My Coffee
Blue Turning Green Over You Give Me Your Cardinal Number Red Roses for a Fat Lady Buddy Bolden’s Boots I Wish I Could Simmer Like My Sister Kate What are the correct titles? Answers to:
ivantrad (@) outlook (dot) com
Winners' names will be given in my next post - Post 547 on 16 September.