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Green Tie Jazz Band EP

by Green Tie Jazz Band

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Our first release! An extended play featuring a varied range of tradtional jazz standards.

The Green Tie Jazz Band was founded in June of 2010 and is based in Fremont, California. We hope to bring a fresh take on old standards all the while staying true to the ways of Armstrong, Teagarden, Kid Ory, Beiderbecke, and the like.

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released November 8, 2011

Performed by Green Tie Jazz Band
Arrangements © 2011 Green Tie Jazz Band
All other rights reserved by their respective owners.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by
Brett Hettrich at Vagabond Productions, Castro Valley, CA.
Cover Design by JohnDavid Kagawa

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Green Tie Jazz Band Fremont, California

Traditional Jazz is an important part of American history and cullture. Jazz and the Roaring Twenties have influenced the modern American's way of life in a countless number of ways. We are here to keep this music alive!
We hope to bring a fresh take on old standards all the while staying true to the ways of Armstrong, Teagarden, Kid Ory, Beiderbecke, and the like.
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Track Name: Bill Bailey
Won't you come home, Bill Bailey?
Won't you come home?
She moans the whole day long.

I'll do the cooking darling,
I'll pay the rent.
I know I've done you wrong.

'Member that rainy evening,
I threw you out?
With nothin' but a fine-tooth comb?

I know I'm not to blame,
Well, ain't that a shame.
Well, Bill Bailey, won't you please come home?

'Member that rainy evening,
I threw you out?
With nothin' but a fine-tooth comb?

I know I'm not to blame,
Well, ain't that a shame.
Well, Bill Bailey, won't you please come home?
Track Name: Old Rockin' Chair
Old rockin' chair's got me,
Cane by my side.
Fetch me that gin, son,
Before I tan your hide.

I can't get from this cabin.
I'm going nowhere.
Just sit me here grabbin',
at the flies 'round this rocking chair.

My dear old Aunt Harriet,
In Heaven, she be.
Oh, send me, sweet chariot,
For the end of the trouble I see.

Old rockin' chair's got me,
And Judgement Day is near.
I know 'cause I'm,
Chained to my old rockin' chair.

Old rockin' chair's got me,
And Judgement Day is near.
I know 'cause I'm,
Chained to my old rockin' chair.
Track Name: On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Grab your coat and get your hat.
Leave your worries on the doorstep.
Just direct your feet,
To the sunny side of the street.

Can't you hear that pitter-pat,
And that happy beat in your step?
Life can be so sweet,
On the sunny side of the street.

I use to walk in the shade,
With those blues on parade,
But I'm not afraid.
Well, this rover done crossed over.

If I never have a cent,
I'll be rich as Rockefeller.
Gold dust at my feet,
On the sunny side of the street.

I use to walk in the shade,
With those blues on parade,
But I'm not afraid.
Well, I found a four-leaf clover,
And I'm hoping to cross over.

If I never have a cent,
I'll be rich as Rockefeller.
Gold dust at my feet,
On the sunny, the sunny, it's the sunny,
Side of the street.