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LINO PATRUNO Jazz Show :Ja-Da


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Ja-da
LINO PATRUNO Jazz Show
Oscar Klein (cornet)
Marcello Rosa (trombone)
Bruno Longhi (clarinet)
Gianni Sanjust (clarinet)
Francesco Forti (clarinet)
Romano Mussolini (piano)
Lino Patruno (guitar)
Rolf Cizmeck (bass)
Rolf Rebmann (drums)
April 1985
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chiudiRampart Street Paraders George Van Eps Musica Durata: 03:26Girato: 02 giugno 2008
Località:Rome, Lazio, ItaliaAggiungi i sottotitoliJa-da
LINO PATRUNO Jazz Show
Oscar Klein (cornet)
Marcello Rosa (trombone)
Bruno Longhi (clarinet)
Gianni Sanjust (clarinet)
Francesco Forti (clarinet)
Romano Mussolini (piano)
Lino Patruno (guitar)
Rolf Cizmeck (bass)
Rolf Rebmann (drums)
April 1985

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Ja-Da (Ja Da, Ja Da, Jing, Jing, Jing!) was a hit song written in 1918 by Bob Carleton (surname is often misspelled as Carlton). The title is sometimes rendered as "Jada". Ja-Da has flourished through the decades as a jazz standard.

Carleton penned the 16-bar tune when he was club pianist in Illinois and first popularized it with singer Cliff Edwards. The sheet music for Ja-Da was published in 1918 by Leo Feist, Inc., New York.

The tune was briefly famous, then spent 35 years as a well known standard.

Sonny Rollins 're-invented it' using the Ja-Da chords for his composition Doxy in 1954.

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