- I'll sit right on the moon
- You're in style when you're wearing a smile
- Alice Blue Gown
- Bimini Bay
- Ain't got nobody much
- Pretty baby
- Dapper Dan
- Poor Butterfly
- I'll Stand Beneath your window (and whistle)
- Wonderful One
- Any Place Where I Make Money (is home)
- All By Myself
- The Sheik of Araby
- I was a fool
- The Dartown Struters' Ball
- The Candyland Christmas Ball
- When you're There
- Do I love you? Yes, I Do!
- Down on the Farm
- Hello! Good Morning! And How Do You Do?
- Same as Ever
- Same as Ever (Instrumental)
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Ukulele - Beginning-Intermediate
Ukulele Favorites from the Roaring Twenties. Edited by Ian Whitcomb. Vaudeville/Tin Pan Alley. E-book. 104 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications - Digital Sheet Music (M0.20010BCDEB).
Item Number: M0.20010BCDEB
ISBN 1610650999. Vaudeville/Tin Pan Alley.
This collection for ukulele brings back many favorite songs and ballads from the Roaring Twenties, plus several songs taken from the notebooks of Al Brown, an itinerant performer active in the period. These songs were featured in the motion pictures The Cat's Meow and Last Call. The music is presented in lead sheet form with melody lines, chord symbols, and lyrics. Photos and artwork from the 1920s enhance the presentation. The music with the companion audio is performed by Ian Whitcomb with his various bands and orchestras.Companion audio available by clicking on the 'Listen' link above, or at www.melbay.com.
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