"Choucoune" played by Ralph Hepola

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"Choucoune" played by Ralph Hepola

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"Choucoune" by Michel Mauleart Monton (1855-1898) is a nineteenth century Haitian meringue, also known as "The Mocking Bird," which was popularized in the 1950s as "Yellow Bird." Monton was born in New Orleans, Louisiana to an American mother and a Haitian father. LeRoy Larson, tenor banjo, mandolin, guitar; Ralph Hepola, sousaphone; Dick Bortolussi, drums

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Re: "Choucoune" played by Ralph Hepola

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That’s a keeper!!
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