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GOOD OLD NEW YORK (Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton / Ed Werac) Jelly Roll Morton Seven - 1940 Also recorded by: Geoff Cole; M 'N' M Trio; Silver Leaf Jazz Band; Butch Thompson. Good old New York, it's never down We're gonna have a good time Lovely, and the weather's fine Knife and fork, a bottle and a cork That's the way to spell New York I will be there In my easy chair We'll have a good time, baby I don't mean maybe In good old New York TRIVIA: Recorded January 4th 1940 in tribute to the New York 1939/1940 World's Fair. (Transcribed by Monique Adriaansen & Mel Priddle - June 2006)

    


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