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15 July 2017
Post 527: SCRAMBLED TITLES PUZZLE: THE ANSWERS
In Post 526, I invited you to unscramble five titles of well-known tunes from the traditional jazz repertoire. Here are the answers.
1. MOEC CBKA ESETW AAPP
2. EDKRASSN NO HET LDEAT
3. EILWLI EHT PREWEE
4. SELONOEM DROA
5. NDHCIMIREGA SEUBL
ANSWERS 1. COME BACK SWEET PAPA 2. DARKNESS ON THE DELTA 3. WILLIE THE WEEPER 4. LONESOME ROAD 5. MICHIGANDER BLUES
Congratulations to the many of you who sent in the correct answers. All correct in the very first mail-box were Cleber Guimarães from Brazil, Marinus-Jan van Langevelde from Terneuzen in Holland, David Withers from a wintery Christchurch in New Zealand, Henry Kiel of Germany and John Whitehorn of England. And a very close second, a few minutes later, was Robert Duis in Holland.