Bose L1® Musicians Conference Fall 2006/Music

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Bose L1™ Musicians Conference Fall 2006/Music List

Chad Welling suggested this:

Guys, I'd like to suggest that we start some kind of master songlist for the jam situations. It's nice if everyone knows a lot of the same tunes. We're far enough out that those that need to can brush up on chord changes, heads, etc. -- Chad Welling
  • If you want to propose a song - edit the page (edit tab above) and add it to the Music LIst list below like this: The three tildes like this ~~~ at the end turns into your signature automatically.

* Title / Artist or Performer / Key / Have Chart (yes/no) / link if you have one / Requested by ~~~ (add more or put less depending on what you've got - it doesn't have to be complete). If you are asked to log in, do that, and if you don't already have an account, click Create an account. Please set your Real name to the same as the username you use on the discussion boards.

  • If you don't know how to do this just click the discussion tab at the top of this page and add as much info as you have about the song and sign your name with four tildes ~~~~. I will see that and take care of the rest ST

Music List

(alphabetical order)

  • Title / Artist or Performer / Key / Have Chart (yes/no) / link if you have one / Requested by ~~~
  • Mexico / James Taylor / F Major? / no chart / NA / Andrew Douglas
  • Solsbury Hill / Peter Gabriel / B / link to tab / / Andrew Douglas
  • The Story in Your Eyes / Moody Blues / Am? D? / I can play the lead guitar hooks on bass / / Andrew Douglas
  • Black Friday / Steely Dan / E Major / guitar tab[1] / Something to get everyone moving ...I can do keys and lead or backing vocals / Holliwil
  • New Coat of Paint / Tom Waits / Bm / guitar tab new coat NOTE: I perform in Bm not C#7 as shown - very loose adaptation
  • Tom Trauberts Blues - Waltzing Mathilda / Tom Waits / BFlat / guitar tab Tom Trauberts Blues - very loose adaptation

Ken Bausano's List

from Ken B. Hey players, I'm trying to get some final commitments from everyone to see if we can put

  1. a big band,
  2. a 'little big band', and
  3. a horn-only a cappella group (5 horns - 2 trumpets, 1 bone, soprano/alto sax, tenor/bari sax).

I have charts for all of the above, and we can also do any other charts available (Tower of Power, Blues Bros, Chicago etc that people might bring).

For bands above - these would be some choices I can bring to the event (Keep in mind, these are just offerings to add to the growing list - the show list will be taken from all of the offerings available from everyone, and may not be completely solidified until the weekend arrives):

Horse's Mouth - Red & the Red Hots
Just for a Thrill
Stevie Wonder Medley - Hornheads
Don't Get Around Anymore - Ellington
Glen Miller Medley
50's Medley (Rock Around the Clock, Shake Rattle & Roll, Great Balls of Fire, Johnny B. Goode)
A Stan Kenton Medly
You're the Boss - Brian Setzer
Walkin' Blues - Royal Crown Revue
Jump, Jive & Wail - Brian Setzer
Boogie Man - Red & the Red Hots
Blue Suit Boogie
Hurry up Dollar - Original
Someone to Watch Over Me - Sarah Vaughn
Beautiful Maria - Mambo Kings
Flip, Flop & Fly
Sufferin' With the Blues - Nancy Wilson

As well, some Big Band stuff - if we get there!

Again - the lists will be pared down to perhaps 12-15 in number by the time the weekend arrives - mostly based on the horses available. So please pass the word along - and have peeps contact me directly (I fly out Thursday, so get to me soon!)

Musically yours,

Ken Bausano trumpet, flugelhorn, trombone, wind controllers

Ken Jacob's List of Requested Music

link to discussion

Name Artist
You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You Sam Cooke
Wichita Lineman Glen Campbell
When a Man Loves a Woman The Linemen
What a Wonderful World Etta Jones
Watching the River Flow Bob Dylan
Walk On By Aretha Franklin; Arranged & conducted by Belford C. Hendricks
Voodoo Chile Jimi Hendrix Experience
The Things That I Used to Do Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
The Beat Goes On Giant Sand
Summertime Sam Cooke
Strange Fruit Billie Hoilday
Statesboro Blues Allman Brothers Band
St. Louis Blues Etta James
Red House Jimi Hendrix
Ramblin' Man Allman Brothers Band
Positively 4th Street Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders, John Kahn & Bill Vitt
Outa Space Billiy Preston
Mountain Jam Allman Brothers Band
Midnight Rider Allman Brothers Band
Mickey Mouse March Aaron Neville and Dr. John
Mama Tried Merle Haggard
Little Red Rooster Sam Cooke
It Don't Mean A Thing Duke Ellington
It's Your Thing The Linemen
I Should Care Thelonious Monk
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) Marvin Gaye
Hey Joe Jimi Hendrix Experience
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother Glen Campbell
Georgia on My Mind Lou Rawls
El Paso Marty Robbins
Drown In My Own Tears (Live 1959) Ray Charles
Dr. Feelgood (Love Is a Serious Business) Aretha Franklin
Cissy Strut The Linemen
By the Time I Get to Phoenix Glen Campbell
Born Under A Bad Sign Jimi Hendrix
Blue Moon Bob Dylan
Big River Johnny Cash
Ain't No Sunshine Bill Withers
A Change Is Gonna Come Sam Cooke