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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

I Need Help Locating A Song

Years ago I went to a concert at the Sydney Opera House with a late Uncle who was a jazz enthusiast. It was Wynton Marsalis and his band and some very fine jazz was played that evening. I bought a CD at the end of the concert and it resided in my car for a long time until it was lost. One song remained my absolute favourite and for years I have remembered the lyrics but I have never been able to locate the song despite email contact with the Lincoln Centre who looked through their catalogue to see if they have it. The song lyrics went:

Yellow, the daffodils,
Violet, the morning light,
Red for roses,
Purple the night,
Brown, the autumn leaves,
Blue, so blue, my heart...

If anyone out there knows what the name of this song is, please please email me on bow_at_ and I will gladly pay whatever DRM's are attached to the song. I have a longing to hear the deep molasses tones of that song again and I will gladly throw in a free bow tie if anyone can find it.

Many thanks,

1 comment:

  1. If you haven't since located it, I believe the song you are referring to is called "Multi-Color Blue", sung by Milt Grayson, and was the final track on an album called "Jazz at Lincoln Center; The Fire of the Fundamentals" ... happens to be one of my favorites as well. Hope this helps, and a Happy New Year to you and yours!!