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Origin: Shake These Bones (Malcolm Dalglish)

nick at lrich@rex.uohsc.edu 15 May 97 - 08:41 AM
rich r 15 May 97 - 10:43 PM
arnowitt 17 May 97 - 04:03 PM
louise-rich@ouhsc.edu 31 Jul 99 - 08:17 AM
rich r 31 Jul 99 - 09:35 AM
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Subject: Who done: shake them bones?
From: nick at lrich@rex.uohsc.edu
Date: 15 May 97 - 08:41 AM

I learned this song and memorized it sitting at friend's house many years ago. Now shes gone and the house is gone and I don't know who recorded it or even what its real title is. Here's the first bit: I'll tell you what I'm feeling, Lord, anyday I'll shake these bones and shout and sing my life away, I'll shake these bones and I will shout and sing my life away for it won't be long before these bones turn to clay

Its along and beautiful acapella number that I'd love to hear again ...thanks


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Subject: RE: Who done: shake them bones?
From: rich r
Date: 15 May 97 - 10:43 PM

A very nice a capella version of this song with harmonies et al. was recorded some years ago by Cindy Kallet, Ellen Epstein and Michael Cicone. The album is called "Angels In Daring". Hope you can find it somewhere. They also do a great version of "The last Leviathan"

rich r


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Subject: RE: Who done: shake them bones?
From: arnowitt
Date: 17 May 97 - 04:03 PM

It's also in the book "Rise Up Singing, and is by Malcolm Dalglish


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Subject: looking for 'Shake these bones'
From: louise-rich@ouhsc.edu
Date: 31 Jul 99 - 08:17 AM

Hi all -- Ive been searching for a recording of the song that goes --"Ill tell you what im feelin lord any day, ill shake these bones and shout and sing my life away, Ill shake these bones and I will shout and sing my life away, for it wont be long before these bones turn to clay." Kinda accapella gospel--Heard it years ago-- learned it by heart- but have lost track of who wrote and recorded it. I sing it alot but never know who to give the credit to. thank you


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Subject: RE: looking for 'Shake these bones'
From: rich r
Date: 31 Jul 99 - 09:35 AM

"Shake These Bones" was written by Malcolm Dalglish. It was recorded by Dalglish and Gray Larson on their "First of Autumn" album. It was also recorded by Cindy Kallet, Freyda Epstein and Michael Ciccone on their trio album. The words are in Rise Up Singing

rich r


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