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Various - Our 1984 Convention Special album

Various - Our 1984 Convention Special album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Title: Our 1984 Convention Special
  • Released: 1983
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Our 1984 Convention Special.

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One of the best rhetorical performances ever given, at a time when people didn't want to hear it.

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From the Republican National Convention in Dallas, Texas, President Ronald Reagan reflects on taxes, poverty, and foreign policy. He criticizes the Democrats for high taxes, liberal policies, and a lack of concern for the American family. The President then closes with words on the Cold War with the Soviet Union. Presidential Speeches Ronald Reagan Presidency. Nancy and I extend our deep thanks to the Lone Star State and the "Big D"-the city of Dallas-for all their warmth and hospitality. Four years ago I didn't know precisely every duty of this office, and not too long ago, I learned about some new ones from the first graders of Corpus Christi School in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Someday You'll Be Sorry
Banjo – Elmer SnowdenTrumpet – Charlie Gaines
A2 Sweet Georgia Brown
Saxophone – George James Trumpet – Jabbo Smith, Sonny Dunham
A3 Tin Roof Blues
Trumpet – Jabbo Smith
A4 If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
Piano – Norma Teagarden
A5 Jumpin' At The Woodside
Saxophone – Flip Phillips
B1 Tea For Two
Piano – Frank Froeba
B2 Four Or Five Times
Bass – Truck ParhamDrums – Don DeMichael Piano – Tut Soper
B3 St. Louis Blues
Trumpet – Charlie Spivak
B4 Might Tight Woman
Vocals – Sippie Wallace
B5 Don't Take Your Love From Me
Guitar – Marty GroszTrombone – Spiegle Willcox
B6 Sometimes I'm Happy
Guitar – Marty GroszTrombone – Spiegle Willcox

Credits

  • Mastered By – Jack Towers
  • Producer – Bruce D. Davidson

Notes

Anniversary anthology of recordings made by members of the International Association Of Jazz Record Collectors. Except for the Marty Grosz tracks, all recordings were made on portable or hand-held equipment at the conventions.