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Roseman
post Jul 4 2006, 01:02 AM
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Hello,

As a new member and making my first post, I thought this might be a good place to start.

In addition to enjoying this great music, I also enjoy growing roses and have done so for some 30+ years.

Many roses are named or have names that reflect back to music personalities or some musical reference. e.g. Bing Crosby, Hoagy Carmichael , Dolores, Charleston, Hot Lips, Blue Heaven, Dixie Dazzle etc...

There are lots of songs that have the word 'rose' as part of the lyrics --
(Ted Lewis's 'I'm Sure of Everything But You' - 'A Cottage For Sale' by the
Hotel Pennsylvania Music) reference a rose garden,

-- but can you name some great songs that have the word 'rose' as part of their title?

Don... the Roseman
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post Jul 4 2006, 01:23 AM
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QUOTE(Roseman @ Jul 3 2006, 07:02 PM)
Hello,

As a new member and making my first post, I thought this might be a good place to start.

In addition to enjoying this great music, I also enjoy growing roses and have done so for some 30+ years.

Many roses are named or have names that reflect back to music personalities or some musical reference. e.g. Bing Crosby, Hoagy Carmichael , Dolores, Charleston, Hot Lips, Blue Heaven, Dixie Dazzle etc...

There are lots of songs that have the word 'rose' as part of the lyrics --
(Ted Lewis's 'I'm Sure of Everything But You' - 'A Cottage For Sale' by the
Hotel Pennsylvania Music) reference a rose garden,

-- but can you name some great songs that have the word 'rose' as part of their title?

Don... the Roseman

http://www.mapville.com/riback/songlist.htm#ROSES
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Roseman
post Jul 4 2006, 01:47 AM
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Tks MathGeek for the list.

Here's some more I just found on Dismuke's Hit of Week and other sources...

Sign Of The Rose"
Ray Miller And His Orchestra 1926

"Blue Roses"
Anson Weeks And His Orchestra 1933

"My Rose Marie"
Oriole Orchestra 1924

"My Wild Irish Rose"
Ben Pollack and His "Pick A Rib" Boys 1937

"The Ladder Of Roses"
Olive Kline 1916

"Roses of Yesterday"
Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra 1928

"Rosy Cheeks"
The Knickerbockers (Ben Selvin) (v: Irving Kaufman)
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post Jul 4 2006, 03:52 AM
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Here's some more:

"For You, A Rose"
"Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra" (June 25, 1917)

"Rose Of Stamboul (Introducing: "My Heart Is Calling")"
"Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra" (March 16, 1922)

"Rose Room (Introducing: "My Oriental Rosebud")"
"Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra" (June 3, 1918)

"When You Look In The Heart Of A Rose"
"Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra" (March 18, 1919)

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"A Rose And A Kiss"
"Paul Whiteman's Orchestra" (December 3, 1931)

"Moonlight And Roses"
"Paul Whiteman's Orchestra" (September 1, 1929)

"My Rambler Rose"
"Paul Whiteman's Orchestra" (June 23, 1922)

"My Twilight Rose"
"Paul Whiteman's Orchestra" (September 12, 1924)

"Rosie (Introducing: "Tired Of Me")"
"Paul Whiteman's Orchestra" (December 29, 1920)

"Second-Hand Rose"
"Paul Whiteman's Orchestra" (September 22, 1921)
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post Jul 4 2006, 04:23 AM
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Welcome, Roseman--I'll refer Matto aka Matt from College Station to you. He's working on his Master's Degree at A&M in botany and is always rhapsodizing about his roses.

QUOTE(Roseman @ Jul 3 2006, 07:47 PM)
Sign Of The Rose"
Ray Miller And His Orchestra   1926


The above record is mine--BR3232--one of my very favorites!

Also:

Sally Rose by the Colonial Club Orchestra

Lay My Head Beneath a Rose by Ben Black & His Orchestra

Little Rosewood Casket - Vernon Dalhart

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post Jul 4 2006, 04:41 AM
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QUOTE(victrolajazz @ Jul 3 2006, 10:23 PM)
Welcome, Roseman--I'll refer Matto aka Matt from College Station to you. He's working on his Master's Degree at A&M in botany and is always rhapsodizing about his roses.

QUOTE(Roseman @ Jul 3 2006, 07:47 PM)
Sign Of The Rose"
Ray Miller And His Orchestra  1926


The above record is mine--BR3232--one of my very favorites!

Also:

Sally Rose by the Colonial Club Orchestra

Lay My Head Beneath a Rose - Victor (Can't remember orchestra, 1925)

Little Rosewood Casket - Vernon Dalhart

Eddie the Collector

Right, Ray Miller had some nice records. One of my favorite rose records was/is Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses which I believe was by the Xylo Novelty band on Regal and which I vaguely remember having some neat xylophone pyrotechnics. Does anyone have a copy they can post or email me? I haven't heard it in like 20+ years but would sure like to hear it again
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post Jul 5 2006, 06:55 PM
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Thanks everyone for the welcome. I wasn't sure if this topic would generate any interest, but from your replies I believe it did.

But you Texans left out one of the all time greats... "The Yellow Rose of Texas". Also, are you aware that you have one of the top commercial rose growing sites in the country at Tyler, Texas?
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post Jul 5 2006, 10:40 PM
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'Rose Colored Glasses'

Looking at the world through rose colored glasses,
Everything is rosy now.
Looking at the world and everything that passes,
Seems of rosy hue somehow.
Why do I feel surprise, don't wink your eyes,
Needn't guess I'll confess, certain someone just said yes.
In a bungalow all covered with roses, I will settle down I vow,
That's why I'm looking at the world through rose colored glasses,
Everything is rosy now.
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post Jul 7 2006, 07:47 AM
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Here are a few more from my 78 rpm collection:

Paul Ash: My Beautiful Mexican Rose

Franklyn Baur: I'm Bringing A Red Red Rose

Ben Bernie: The Roses Brought Me You

California Ramblers: Georgia Rose

The Columbians: Rose of Monterey

Charles Dale: China Rose

Charles Dornberger: The Life Of A Rose

Arthur Fields: Last Rose Of Summer

Nathan Glantz: Love Sends A Little Gift Of Roses

Henry Halstead: Moonlight And Roses (Bring Mem'ries Of You)

High Hatters: Wild Rose

Jack Hylton: Wedding Of The Rose

Billy James: Russian Rose

Arthur Lange: Rose Of Sunny Italy

Sam Lanin: Rose of Chile

Sam Lanin: There's Something About A Rose

Ernest Loomis: Sentimental Rose

Red McKenzie: Moon Rose

Miami Lucky Seven: Heart-Broken Rose

Jimmie Pollack: Let The Roses Tell My Story

Fats Waller: Honeysuckle Rose

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post Jul 7 2006, 03:50 PM
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Thanks for the list. It sounds from http://settlet.fateback.com/Reg9100.htm
like your version of Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses may be the one I was looking for by the Xylo Novelty Orchestra so is there any chance you can post a copy somewhere or maybe send Dismuke or Ian House a copy so they can post it?
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post Jul 8 2006, 02:12 PM
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Yes, that's the same recording (matrix 1153) although my copy is not on Regal but on Grey Gull.

Unfortunately my record is a bit worn.

The only form of transfer I have the possibility to make is to an old fashioned cassette that I could send you by traditional "snail mail" if you give me your postal adress. Would you like me to include some of the other "rose titles" as well?

Fredrik
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post Jul 8 2006, 02:49 PM
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QUOTE(Fredrik @ Jul 8 2006, 08:12 AM)
Yes, that's the same recording (matrix 1153) although my copy is not on Regal but on Grey Gull.

Unfortunately my record is a bit worn.

The only form of transfer I have the possibility to make is to an old fashioned cassette that I could send you by traditional "snail mail" if you give me your postal adress. Would you like me to include some of the other "rose titles" as well?

Fredrik

Thanks Fredrik but I guess a worn Grey Gull transferred onto cassette might not sound so nice, plus I already have the other rose recordings from your list that interest me, so don't bother. I'm pretty sure I can get that mx 1153 from another souce in which case I can post a copy if people are interested.
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post Jul 11 2006, 07:22 PM
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Ok, what word are we gonna do next?

How about "LOVE"

Love,
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