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Clifford Brown - NEW (Old) SONG!

 It is with a heavy heart that I received the news of my dear friend and co-writer,                        Jimmy Millers' passing in San Francisco on January 19, 2017.

                                                                  R.I.P.                                                                                                                                                      Jimmy (1940-2017)

 

Jim and I grew up in Chicago listening to Jazz. We did not meet and start writing music 'til late in life and had worked together for 32 years. Being self-taught with no real musical training, this was indeed a challenge. We signed contacts with a music publisher from Philadelphia in 1993 for three of our songs, but the company decided to change formats and Jazz was dropped to the wayside.

Some name vocalists have shown interest in several of our songs, but something always seemed to get in the way and you can't live on maybes! Jimmy is gone, but I can't stop the pursuit and will continue the dream.

Jimmy Scalise (Cy Green)

 

 

                             We are Composers of Original Jazz

 

                                                                       

 

 

 

 

I am Now Looking for Touring & Recording Groups

                  to BUY our Original Compositions.

 

 

"Clifford's Chant" 

        D minor  AABA    (The key to this tune is get a GREAT Drummer and Bass player.)

              PlayBar      

      Simulated Sound

 

 Think of ALL theongs he never got to do! 

 

           (1930-1956)

 

  This trumpet phenom was killed in a car crash June 26, 1956.

 

                                          But he'll always be in our hearts!

 

                                                       

                                                             

 

 

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       "CLIFFORD'S CHANT"   WORDS by Cy Green

 A1

Way back long ago lived a young man everyone knows 

 who really did blow his sweet horn like no one had done

before.

 A2

What a sound he had. He was so warm - oh was he bad. 

  And he gave all he had to the music we call Jazz..

  B1                                

You know he was a genius - I mean really a true genius

 - He had so much to say!

And when I get to groovin' I need somethin' really movin'

that takes a hold of my heart always. 

 

   A3 

So I step on back to those beautiful days with 'Max,

and then I hear that sweet sound -

from the man we call CLIFFORD BROWN.

                           ( To SOLOS)

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Cy Green & Jimmy Miller: SONGWRITERS who do not perform.

Off the BEAT   Chicago natives who never studied music or played an Instrument. 

             Jimmy Scalise   aka Cy Green

 

  

 

                  Jimmy Miller  (1940 - 2017)

 

     

 

 These composers are NEW Old School.

 

                              "A Variety of Tunes"

 

                              

 

    All Original - FREE  Leads and Demos sent on request.

 

                  Miller & Green

 

                       ORIGINAL JAZZ For Relevant Artists

 

  

 Keep the Jazz World Healthy ...

                                 Let some NEW tunes come in. 

 

 

 Websites to hear their TUNES:

 Cy Green / Jimmy Miller on SOUND CLICK

 Cy Green JAZZ 

 New Jazz Songs 

 New Jazz Tunes 

 Christian Jazz

 

                                                       Jimmy Scalise on FACEBOOK   

                                                    

  

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 And We Thank You!!


 

 

 

 If you're an artist interested in recording "CLIFFORD'S CHANT,"

 CONTACT:  Jimmy Scalise

 

  Other Websites: (More Songs)

 Cy Green Music 

 Christian Jazz

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