Craig Brandau | Try to Remember

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Try to Remember

by Craig Brandau

Beautiful chord melody arrangements of easy-listening, jazz and popular standards played on tenor ukulele with some accompanying vocals. Many of these songs can be found in my book, "Jazz Chord Solos for Tenor Ukulele."
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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1. Try to Remember
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2. A Man and A Woman (Feat. Cali Rose)
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3. Till There Was You
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4. Watch What Happens (Feat. Cali Rose)
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5. Never My Love
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6. Wave
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7. When You Wish Upon A Star
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8. Honeysuckle Rose
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9. Daydream (Feat. Cali Rose)
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10. Mona Lisa
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Try To Remember pays homage to the artists from the popular music era of the 1950's and 60's. The songs of Nat King Cole, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Michel Legrand, along with the rock, folk and soul music of the time, became the soundtrack of my youth.


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