John Phillip Sousa / Kevin R. Tam - Kevin Tam
Publisher Desc. In 1926, Sousa composed his humoresque "A Mingling of the Wets and the Drys", a fantasy on Prohibition wherein takes place a musical conversation between a drinker and a non-drinker. In the course of discussion, they sit down for "Tea for Two" and we hear familiar tunes such as the Irving Berlin's "The Near Future" (How Dry I Am) and the "Old Oaken Barrel". In the end, the musical debaters agree to disagree and finish with a round of "Auld Lang Syne". To his credit Sousa declines to takes sides in this disagreement himself.
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