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The Blue Saints - Yankee Doodle Birthday mp3 album

  • Performer: The Blue Saints
  • Title: Yankee Doodle Birthday
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Released: 1976
  • MP3 album: 1864 mb
  • FLAC album: 1212 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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The Blue Saints - Yankee Doodle Birthday mp3 album

Yankee Doodle" is a well-known American song, the early versions of which date to before the Seven Years' War and the American Revolution. It is often sung patriotically in the United States today and is the state anthem of Connecticut. Its Roud Folk Song Index number is 4501. The melody is thought to be much older than both the lyrics and the subject, going back to folk songs of Medieval Europe.

The term "Yankee" and its contracted form "Yank" have several interrelated meanings, all referring to people from the United States; its various senses depend on the context. Outside the United States, "Yank" is used informally to refer to any American, including Southerners. Within the Southern United States, "Yankee" is a derisive term which refers to all Northerners, or specifically to those from the region of New England.

Released by Tinsel Town Records Jan 2010. "source":4,"source id":"554693","object type":4,"id":"554693","title":"The Montreal Children's Workshop","status":0}. Yankee Doodle song from the album My Little Baby's Birthday is released on Jan 2010. The duration of song is 01:44. This song is sung by The Montreal Children's Workshop.

Album · 2013 · 23 Songs. We've Been Looking for the Ocean. 5. The Fracture in the Bell. 6. The Yankee Doodle Boy. 2:54. Air Force - Off We Go into the Wild Blue Yonder. 21. Remembering the Presidents.

Yankee Doodle 2799/8 Arr. David Tobin (PRS/BMI) Jeff Meegan (BMI) Andrew Duncan (PRS). Fun, rollocking arrangement of US classic for orchestra & choir. Please select a usage type from the toolbar above to see the price. Album American Patriot 2799. Factoid The song Yankee Doodle dates back to the Seven Years' War and the American Revolution (1775-83) and is the state anthem of Connecticut. This version features singers recorded in Nashville and orchestra recorded in Abbey Road Studios, London.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Threshold
Composed By, Arranged By – Pat Williams*
A2 Sousa Swings
Arranged By – Robert LowdenComposed By – J. P. Sousa*
A3 Angel Eyes
Composed By, Arranged By – Ray BrownTenor Saxophone – Jim Schneider Trumpet [Solo] – Corky Miller
A4 Hello Dolly
Arranged By – Robert LowdenBass – Pam BryanComposed By – Jerry HermanPerformer – Chattanooga Chord BustersPiano – Neil JanklowSoprano Saxophone – Len RevelliTenor Saxophone – Jim Schneider Trumpet – Corky MillerTubs – Scott Page
A5 Fan Fare For The Common Man
Arranged By – Jack WheatonComposed By – Copland*
A6 Yesterday
Alto Saxophone – Rory SnyderArranged By – Corky MillerBaritone Saxophone – Tony Johnson Composed By – Paul McCartneySoprano Saxophone – Jim Pollock Tenor Saxophone – Jim Schneider , Len Revelli
A7 Levon
Arranged By – Bernie Taupin, J. Hiestand*Composed By – Elton JohnTenor Saxophone – Jim Schneider Vocals – Len Revelli
A8 Yankee Doodle
Arranged By – Ray BrownTrombone – Sandy HughesTrumpet – Corky Miller
Composed By, Trumpet – Corky MillerTrumpet – Andy Scott , Jim Barton , Jim Norman
B2 Who's Sorry Now
Arranged By – Sammy NesticoComposed By – Ted SnyderPiano – Neil JanklowTrombone [T-Bone] – Chris Braymen
B3 Deed I Do
Arranged By – A.P. Barnes*Composed By – Quincy JonesVocals – Nina Whitmore
B4 Where Is The Love
Alto Saxophone – Rory SnyderArranged By – Alan BroodbentComposed By – Ralph Jones Tenor Saxophone – Len Revelli
B5 Our Love Is Here To Stay
Arranged By – Bob Singleton Composed By – Rankin*Vocals – Nancy Hager
B6 Five Foot Two
Arranged By – Ray HendersonComposed By – Joe Young , Sam Lewis
B7 Maybe This Time
Arranged By – Dave EshelmanComposed By – Fred Ebb, Frank Kander*Vocals – Nancy Hager
B8 Jazz Man
Alto Saxophone – Jim Pollack*Arranged By – Gary AndersonComposed By – Carol King*, David Palmer Soprano Saxophone – Len Revelli


  • Alto Saxophone – Jim Pollock , Rory Snyder
  • Baritone Saxophone [Beri] – Tony Johnson
  • Bass – Pam Bryan
  • Conductor – Corky Miller, Rich Bice
  • Design [Costume] – Candy Maue
  • Directed By – Dr. Hugh Upton*
  • Drum – Scott Page
  • Guitar – Stanley Jordon
  • Piano – Neil Janklow
  • Producer – Tom Brown
  • Technician [Stage Crew] – Chris Wood , Janice Upton, Judy Johnson
  • Tenor Saxophone – Jim Schneider , Len Revelli
  • Trombone – Chris Braymen, Don Robinson*, Sandy Hughes, Scott Williams , Tom Letts
  • Trumpet – Andy Scott , Corky Miller, Dave Bendigkeit, Jim Barton , Jim Norman
  • Vocals – Nancy Hager, Nina Whitmore, Terry Ringgold


Subtitle: "Big Band Jazz-Rock"
"American Revolution Bicentennal 1776-1976"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): COE 6576 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): COE 6576 B

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