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Keith Rush “The Original Rush” WASO Radio New Orleans/Covington – Keith has been the “King of Talk Radio” in this market for more years than I care to count. I met him some 25 years ago when he had the hottest talk show in the state at WSMB Radio in New Orleans Louisiana. Now he can be heard Monday – Fridays on WASO Radio broadcasting from Metairie Louisiana. Thank you very much Keith for the recent plugs of The Almost Live Band and of course the long time support of Special Children Are Privileged. You are a true friend of our “Special Ones” and I along with our founder Al Andry will forever be indebted to you. Please check out Keith’s show when you are in the South Louisiana area, to view his website please follow this link http://www.keithrush.com/jsp/user_page.jsp?pageid=4068

CAD Microphone Company – Thank you very much Mr. Tony O’Keefe for fulfilling our microphone needs for our fundraiser and in school music programs. We will keep you apprised of the joy your kind donation will be bringing to our children. And of course thank you for being our newest Community Partner. For more information on Cad Professional Microphones just click this link http://www.cadmics.com/index.htm and of course please ask for CAD Microphones when you are in need of quality sound equipment.

Shangri-la – Words & Music by Carl Sigman, Matt Malneck & Robert Maxwell, 1946 Recorded by The Four Coins, 1957 (#11) (also by The Lettermen, 1969) and other than Danny C’s guitar work the music and arrangement is the work of Marta Roure, Niet Kniezen and Jofre Bordagi.

My Mojo Working – Written by Preston Foster recorded by many, but I guess the most popular was that of Muddy Waters. The background music was generated by BIAB on a computer and tweaked with a sequencer. The arrangement, vocal and guitar are the work of Danny C.

Autumn Leaves – Words & Music by Jacques Prevert & Joseph Kosma, 1950, English lyrics by Johnny Mercer – Recorded by Roger Williams, 1955 (#1 for 4 weeks). The arrangement on this site is done entirely with BIAB with all guitar tracks and vocals by Danny C.

Bye Bye Blackbird – Words & Music by Ray Henderson & Mort Dixon, 1926 – Recorded by Eddie Cantor, 1953* and many more after that. The arrangement on this site is done entirely with BIAB using a BB King style with all guitar tracks and vocals by Danny C.

Then You Can Tell Me Good Bye – Written by John D. Loudermilk – recorded by The Casinos (1967) The arrangement on this site is from a midi (I wish I knew who to give arrangement credit to) with Guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

Blueberry Hill – Words by Larry Stock and Al Lewis and Music by Vincent Rose – I guess the most popular recording was that of Fats Domino. The Fats Domino arrangement is prevalent in the midi background version used on this site. The guitar and vocal tracks were done by Danny C.

No Time To Pray – A Prayer/Poem written by K.J. Koshy which can be found on the following website http://1stholistic.com/Prayer/hol_prayer_poem-no-time-to-pray.htm – The music and arrangements were written and performed by Danny C. with the full permission of “Holisticonline.com”.

Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffet words and lyrics – Vocals and guitar tracks here all done by Danny C.

Wonderful World – Words & Music by George David Weiss, Bob Thiel & George Douglas and the most popular version was recorded by Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong. Guitar work and vocals by Danny C. with an arrangement strongly influenced by a Louis Armstrong style in BIAB.

You Look So Good In Love – Words, music and arrangement by George Strait. Guitar work and vocals in this sample by Danny C. using BIAB accompaniment software.

Watermelon Man – Herbie Hancock made this jazz/funk tune popular. I feel sure Mr. Hancock’s arrangement on this site bears the influence of Mongo Santamaria. I am not sure who deserves credit for the midi used to put this work together, if anyone can provide that information please let us know so we can give proper credit. The guitar tracks on this recording were done by Danny C..

Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans – Written by Lou Alter & Eddy De Lange. Louis Armstrong first recorded this song as part of a radio broadcast on October 19, 1938 on WNEW. However my favorite rendition of this tune was done by my cousin Murphy Campo, in clubs up and down Bourbon Street nightly. With this said, every time I play this tune it is dedicated to his memory. The recording on this site was arranged with BIAB software with live guitar and vocals by Danny C.

Amarillo By Morning – Words & music by Clifton Jansky, performed by George Strait. Guitar work and vocals in this sample by Danny C. using BIAB accompaniment software.

Sentimental Reasons – Words & Music by Deek Watson & William Best. Recorded by many but I am guessing the most popular version was that of Nat “King” Cole*, 1946 (#1 for 6 weeks) – Recording on this site was done with BIAB with guitar work and vocals by Danny C.

I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight – Words and music Bob Dylan – But most recently a big hit recorded by Norah Jones. The recording on this site is done with BIAB software with all guitar and vocal work done by Danny C.

Baby Won’t You Please Come Home – Lyrics by: Charles Warfield Music by: Clarence Williams. A big hit for Ella Fitzgerald, but my favorite recording was that of Louis Prima and Keely Smith backed by Sam Butera and The Witnesses. Recorded on this site with BIAB software with Guitar and vocals by Danny C.

Oh. Lonesome Me – Words & Music by Don Gibson – Recorded by Don Gibson, 1958 (#7). Guitar tracks, arrangement and vocals this site all performed by Danny C.

At This Moment – The only info I could find on this great tune was that words and music and a Big A$$ Hit all provided by Billy Vera and the Beaters. The rendition on this site is done entirely with BIAB software with guitar tracks and vocals by Danny C.

Must Know I love You – Latest research leads me to believe this was a big single hit for the R&B group the Falcons back in 1959 on the Flick label. But other than this I am ashamed to say that while we, Shangri-la have been playing this song for years I am at a lost as to who wrote the words and music. As soon as I can find the proper credit I will post it. The version heard on this site was arranged with BIAB software which include guitar tracks and vocals by Danny C.

Have I Told You Lately That I love You – Words & Music by Van Morrison, heard in many movies of late with the biggest hit by Rod Stewart. The recording on this page was arranged in BIAB with all guitar tracks and vocals by Danny C.

A Day In The Life Of A Fool – Words & Music by Mariz-Bonfa-Sigman – Recorded by many including the Beatles. The recording and arrangement including guitar and vocal tracks on this site is the work of Danny C.

I Can’t Help It If I’m Still In Love With You – Words & Music by Hank Williams Recorded by Johnny Tillotson, 1962 (#24) – Rendition on this site arranged in BIAB with all guitar and vocal tracks performed by Danny C.

Boot Scoot Boogie – Words & Music by Brooks and Dunn which resulted in a mega hit for this country duo. Work on this page is guitar and vocals by Danny C. and a great midi that as soon as I am made aware of the artists name I will give proper credit.

Don’t Roll Those Bloodshot Eyes At Me – Words & Music by Hank and Perry Hakk – I guess the biggest and most influential recordings of this tune were done 1st by Louis Armstrong, and a little later on by Louis Prima and Keely Smith. The recording on this site is done with the help of BIAB software and all the guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

Embraceable You – Words & Music by Ira & George Gershwin – Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1944 and many more after that. Rendition on this site arranged in BIAB with all guitar and vocal tracks performed by Danny C.

Drive – I am not sure of the music – but I am thinking The Cars may have also written the tune as they had a big hit with it back couple of decades ago. The music and arrangement on this site is the work of Danny C., guitar and vocals with accompanying tracks in BIAB software.

You Are So Beautiful to Me – Words and music by Bruce Fisher and Billy Preston – Mega hit by Joe Cocker. Rendition on this site, guitar and vocals by Danny C. with computer software arrangement.

Stone In Love With You – I am still searching for the writers of this really smooth tune – I do know it was a mega hit for The Stylistics. I will post more info as soon as it is retrieved. Rendition on this site, guitar and vocals by Danny C. with BIAB computer software of an internet midi arrangement.

When I Call Your Name – Words & Music by my old friend Vince Gill from his album Souvenirs. This is the tune that took my golf partner away. The arrangement, all guitar work and vocals on this site were done by Danny C.

The Wind Beneath My Wings – Words & Music by Jeff Silbar & Larry Henley. I met him once at a golf tournament in Nashville, if I am correct Larry also wrote the old rock and roll tune “I like Peanut Butter”. If not I will make the changes as soon as I get the corrections. In the meantime this was a mega hit for Bette Midler, but my favorite was the version done by Gary Morris. The arrangement, all guitar work and vocals on the recording on this site were done by Danny C..

More – Words & Music by Norman Newell & Riz Ortolani – The Theme from the motion picture Mondo Cane – Recorded by Kai Winding, 1963 (#8) and by many more in the years to come, of which my favorite version was done by Dean Martin. The arrangement on this recording was the work of a very nice midi, not sure who but will acknowledge as soon as the info is made available, with guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C..

Here’s That Rainy Day – Words & Music by Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Huesen – from the Broadway show “Carnival in Flanders” (a 6-performance flop) Recorded by Ella Fitzgerald, 1949. Trivial note . . . this was also Johnny Carson’s favorite song. Rendition on this site arranged with computer software with all guitar track and vocals done by Danny C..

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – Words & Music and the biggest recording of this hit are all the work of Neil Sedaka. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C..

I Really Don’t Want To Know – Words & Music by Donald J. Robertson & Howard Barnes with I guess the biggest recording by Eddy Arnold. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C..

Ugly Woman – Words & Music by Rodney Carrington. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C..

Cold Cold Heart – Words & Music by Hank Williams Sr.. A recent recording by Norah Jones happens to be my favorite. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C..

Drive Me To Drink – Words & Music by M. Huffman and E. Dobbins with the biggest recording by George Jones. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C..

He Stopped Loving Her Today – Words & Music by B. Braddock and C. Putman and a big hit for George Jones. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C..

I Love You Because – Words & Music by L. Payne which was recorded by numerous country artists over the years. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C..

Old Flames – Words & Music by Merle Haggard and also my favorite recording of this tune was also the work and talent of Merle Haggard a true American Poet. Version on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C..

I Still Got The Blues – Words & Music by Gary Moore. Rendition on this site is with midi background trying to capture the arrangement and style of the original. Guitar and vocals by Danny C.

Guess Who – Not really sure of the composer but a very popular version of this tune was done by Mr. BB King. Rendition on this site was done with BIAB with guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

Here’s A Quarter – I am not really sure but I think words & music and the very popular recording were by Travis Tritt. Rendition on this site is with midi background trying to capture the exact arrangement and style of the original. Guitar and vocals by Danny C.

Are You Lonesome Tonight – Apologies to Roy Turk and Lou Handman who wrote the original words & music as this rendition is a tongue in cheek look at growing old, therefore the lyrics have been changed to tell the story. Of course Elvis had the biggest recording of this great (the original) tune some years ago. Arrangement on this site done with BIAB software with the guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

A Kiss To Build A Dream On – Words & Music by Bart Kalmar, Harry Ruby & Oscar Hammerstein II, 1935. Recorded by Louis Armstrong, 1951 First used in the movie “The Strip,” also in “Sleepless In Seattle” Rendition on this site is done in BIAB and arranged in an effort to capture style of the original. Guitar and vocals by Danny C.

Fly Me To The Moon – Words & Music by Bart Howard, 1965 first Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1965 but my favorite version was recorded by Frank Sinatra. Arrangement on this site done with BIAB software with the guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

Five Minutes More – Words & Music by Sammy Cahn & Julie Styne Recorded by Frankie Carle, 1946. Arrangement on this site done with BIAB software with the guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie – Words & Music by Billy Mayhew, 1933, Recorded by The Ink Spots, 1956. Arrangement on this site done with BIAB software with the guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

Cupid – Words & Music and a big recording by Sam Cook. Arrangement on this site done with BIAB and Midi Sequencer software with the guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

He’ll Have To Go – Words & Music Audrey & Joe Allison, with the mega hit by Mr. Jim Reeves. Arrangement on this site done with BIAB and Midi Sequencer software with the guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

A Foggy Day (In London Town) – Words & Music by Ira & George Gershwin first Recorded by Fred Astaire, 1937, from the movie “Damsel In Distress”. But I guess my favorite would have to be the version done by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald. The arrangement on this site done with BIAB software with the guitar and vocal tracks by Danny C.

Just The Way You Look Tonight – Words & Music by Dorothy Fields & Jerome Kern, in Swingtime, 1936 Oscar winner, 1936; #2 on the Hit Parade Recorded by The Lettermen, 1961 (#13). I guess my favorite version was that of Nat King Cole. The rendition on this site was done entirely with BIAB software, with guitar tracks and vocals by Danny C.

Oakie From Muskogee – Words & Music by Merle Haggard. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C.

Silver Wings – Words & Music by Merle Haggard. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C.

I Can’t Stop Loving You – Words & Music by Don Gibson Recorded by Don Gibson, 1958 (#81). Also Recorded by Ray Charles, 1962* (#1). Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C. in an effort to combine the styles of both Ray Charles and Don Gibson.

The Chair – Words and Music by Hank Cochran and Dean Dillon, and was a mega hit for George Strait. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C. in an attempt to cover the George Strait version.

I Can See Clearly – Words and Music by Jimmy Cliff, and a mega hit by Johnny Nash. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar, vocal tracks and arrangements by Danny C. in an attempt to cover the Johnny Nash hit.

I Don’t Know Why I Love You – Words and Music by Robert Guidry and Paul Gayten and if memory serves me correctly it was Lloyd Price who had the biggest recorded hit of this tune. Rendition on this site done with BIAB software with all guitar and vocals done by Danny C.

The Sheik Of Araby – Words by Harry B Smith & Francis Wheeler with music by Ted Snyder. My personal favorite rendition of all times was that of Louis Prima and Keely Smith backed by Sam Butera. Recording on this site done with BIAB backing tracks with all vocal, guitar and arrangement work by Danny C.

Steal My Kisses – Words and music by Ben Harper. Arrangement, guitar and vocals in this rendition done by Danny C.

You Look Wonderful Tonight – Words and music by one of the best guitarist of my time, Eric Clapton. Arrangement done as close to the original as possible, guitar and vocals in this rendition done by Danny C.

Fools Fall In Love – Words and music by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, just one of their many mega hits. In fact if you had not listened to the soundtrack from Smokey Joe’s Cafe or attended the show you just don’t know what you are missing. Arrangement, guitar and vocals in this rendition done by Danny C.

Li’l Liza Jane – Words and music by Oscar Papa Celestin. Rendition on this site was arranged and performed from a boyhood memory of one of many Papa Celestine live appearances at my uncle Ernest Melerine’s dance hall in Delacroix Island Louisiana. Arrangement, guitar and vocals done by Danny C. in a more R&B style than the original “Papa’s” Dixieland version.

There Will Be A Light – Not really sure on the words and music as I feel this gospel tune is older than Ben Harper but no doubt the recent recording by Ben Harper and The Blind Boys of Alabama on the Album of the same name has brought this tune to prominence. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work on rendition done by Danny C.

Ain’t Nobody’s Business – Words and Music by Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins with my favorite rendition done by (surprise) BB King. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work on rendition done by Danny C.

Don’t Blame Me – Words & Music by Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh. Recorded by many including Nat King Cole and Sarah Vaughn. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work on rendition done by Danny C.

Here’s A Quarter – Words and Music by Travis Tritt (I think), if anyone knows the songwriter please give me the info. Arrangement vocals, and all guitar work on rendition done by Danny C.

I Just Called To Say I Love You – Words and Music by Stevie Wonder, I thought. But a further search tells me this song was written by Steveland Hardaway Judkins. All I know is that Stevie Wonder put this song on the map, period. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work on rendition done by Danny C.

Sylvia’s Mother – Words and Music by Dr. Hook and The Medicine Show, and I am guessing he really had the hots for Sylvia. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work on this rendition done by Danny C.

Flying Without Wings – Written by Wayne Hector & Steve Mac and big hits for both Westlife and American Idol Ruben Suddard. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work on this rendition done by Danny C.

Bourbon Street Parade – Music and Lyrics by Paul Barbarin with numerous great recordings by many including Louis Prima, Louis Armstrong, Al Hirt, Pete Fountain etc., etc. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work on this rendition done by Danny C.

I’m Leaving You – Words and Music by Floyd Huddleston (I think). Louie “The Big Chief” Prima did a wonderful job on this tune a few years before his death. My music like many others will bear the influence of Big Chief Louie as long as I am playing. Arrangement, vocal and all guitar work on rendition done by Danny C., and though a bit more up tempo, I tried very hard to capture a bit of the Louis Prima original.

Way Down Yonder in New Orleans – Written by Henry Creamer and J. Turner Layton. The tune Peaked at #3 in 1960 with numerous great recordings by many including Louis Prima, Louis Armstrong, Al Hirt, Pete Fountain and just about every other musician from “Nawlins”. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work on this rendition done by Danny C.

I’m In The Mood For Love – Words & Music by Jimmy McHugh & Dorothy Fields, 1935 Recorded by Frances Langford, 1936 and many more after that. (#5 on the Hit Parade) From the movie “Every Night at Eight”,  however funny as it may seem the version that comes to mind every time I hear this tune is the one from the old “Little Rascals” movies when Alfa sings this tune to his heartthrob Darla. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work for the version on this site was done by Danny C.

I’ll Be Glad When You’re Dead – I am not quite sure of the author of this tune, however I do know that it was made famous by Louis Armstrong many years ago. Also the version on this site’s lyrics vary somewhat from the original. However these are the lyrics I heard in the clubs in New Orleans as I was growing up. My bet is that as this song was played by various artists in the New Orleans area the interpretation changed with each artist’s social and demographic background and heritage. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work for the version on this site was done by Danny C.

Blue Bayou – Words & Music by Joe Melson & Roy Orbison, Recorded by Roy Orbison, 1963 (#15) Also by Linda Ronstadt, 1977 (#3). Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work for the version on this site was done by Danny C.

I’ll Be Home For Christmas – Words & Music by Kim Gannon, Walter Kent & Buck Ram Recorded by Bing Crosby, 1943. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work for the version on this site was done by Danny C.

Christmas In Dixie – Words & Music by, not sure at this time but a big hit by the Country Group Alabama who may have also written the lyrics and music. Arrangement, vocals and all guitar work for the version on this site was done by Danny C.

The Cowboy Rides Away – Words & Music by Sonny Throckmorton & Casey Kelly. Of course the big hit by George Strait. The version on this page arranged with BIAB and Power Tracks software with vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Love Potion #9 – Words & Music by Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller and I am thinking while recorded by many the original was by the Clovers or maybe the Coasters, or was it the Searchers? The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Father & Daughter – Written and recorded Paul Simon. The rendition on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

I’m Busted – Written and recorded by the legend, Mr. Ray Charles. The rendition on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

My Funny Valentine – Words & Music by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers, 1937 with a big hit Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1960. The rendition on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

M.O.T.H.E.R. – A poem by Howard Johnson, rendition on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

My Baby Just Cares For Me – Words & Music by Gus Kahn & Walter Donaldson, recorded by Vic Damone in 1963. Rendition on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

I Wish You Love – Words & Music by Charles Trenet with the English Translation by Albert A. Beach Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1964, but earlier by Keely Smith and the latest (may favorite) by Chrissie Hynde. Rendition on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Besame Mucho – Words & Music by Consuelo Velasquez, English Lyric Sunny Skylar with a big hit for Julie London, recorded in 1963. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

I’ll Be Seeing You – Words & Music by Irving Kahal & Sammy Fain, 1938. Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1944 (#1) The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

If I Ruled The World – Words & Music by Leslie Bricusse & Cyril Ornadel. Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1963. Song was from the musical “Pickwick”. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

A Natural High – Words & Music by Freddy Powers and Merle Haggard. Recorded by Merle Haggard. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Please Come Home For Christmas – Words & Music by Charles Mose Brown and Gene C. Redd. Recorded first by The Uniques and later by the Eagles but the most popular version was done by the writer Charles Brown. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Mary Did You Know – Words & Music by Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene. For the story behind this beautiful and moving song please click this link “Mary Did You Know”. The version on this site truly strays from the very soft hymn like original you usually hear. This arrangement is more exciting and upbeat intended to express with joy and jubilation the bond between Mother Mary and the Little Baby Jesus and the fact that at the time they did not know just who indeed they both were. It was arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Pretty Paper – Words & Music by Willie Nelson. I guess the biggest recording was that of Roy Orbinson. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Snap Your Fingers – Words & Music by Grady Martin & Alex Zanetis although recorded by many, including a few country artists, the most popular was recorded by Jazz Great Joe Henderson in 1962. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

A Place To Fall Apart – Words & Music by Merle Haggard. Recorded by Merle Haggard. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Almost Persuaded – Words & Music by Billy Sherrill and Glenn Suttoni. Recorded by many including Tammy Wynette and Lefty Frizell. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software by my friend Keith Scott from way down under in Australia with vocals and guitar work by Danny C. Keith also played the fine piano tracks on this recording.

Misery & Gin – Words & Music by Merle Haggard. Recorded by Merle Haggard. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Teach Me Tonight – Words & Music by Sammy Cahn & Gene DePaul. Recorded by Jo Stafford, 1953. The version on this site arranged by Danny C. with BIAB software. The wonderful guitar work by Mario D. DeLaura, my friend from Hamlin, New York.

Hadacol Boogie – Words & Music by Bill Nettles from Natchitoches Louisiana. Rendition on this site arranged and performed by Danny C. For more info on Hadacol the RX/Drink/Potion and Dudley Leblanc the founder of the product click here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadacol.

He’s In The Jailhouse Now – Words & Music by Jimmie Rogers with a renewed interest after performed by The Soggy Bottom Boys in the recent movie O’ Brother Where Art Thou? Rendition on this site arranged and performed by Danny C.

Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes – Words & Music by T. Seals and M.D. Barnes and a big hit by George Jones. Rendition on this site arranged and performed by Danny C.

When Joanna Loved Me – Words & Music by Robert Wells & Jack Segal, recorded by many but maybe the biggest hit by Tony Bennett in 1964. Rendition on this site arranged and performed by Danny C.

Moonlight In Vermont – Words & Music by John Blackburn & Karl Suessdorf, Recorded by Margaret Whiting, 1944; also by Willie Nelson, 1978. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Mardi Gras Mambo – Words & Music not sure but it was Recorded by the Hawkettes at WWEZ Radio Studio, New Orleans, LA. in 1954.  Producer/DJ, Ken Elliott ‘Jack The Cat’. Later version by The Meters and Neville Band seems to be the most popular played on local radio. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.   This too is a favorite Mardi Gras tune.

Go To The Mardi Gras – Words & Music and my favorite recording are both by Professor Longhair. This too is a favorite Mardi Gras tune. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Hey Pockey Way – Words & Music while not 100% sure I think was penned by The Meters who also have my favorite recording of this tune. It is also a Mardi Gras favorite. The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

Everyday I Have The Blues – Words & Music by Mr. BB King who also has my favorite recording of this tune.   The version on this site arranged with BIAB software with all vocals and guitar work by Danny C.

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