FB: Anyway Bob, maybe we should take that dictum of your forebearers, leaving them wanting more instead of possibibly running out to another tape here. As much as I'd like to ask you about 802 calling local five up in Boston before they even called you for that gig at Peacock Alley. Talking about being one jump ahead of the game and knowing all the rules and regulations. And the stuff you talked about, using Boston and New York, playing tunes in different keys. BW: Oh yeah. One of the tunes was All The Things You Are. FB: Yeah... BW: Where in Boston, we used to use the key of B flat which was the orchestration key. And in New York they played it in A flat which was the piano, the piano key, I think it was the piano sheet music key. And as a matter of fact, because of the Real Book, the Real Book has changed many things. For instance, there's a note in, that I always fool around with with my kids (sings). I'm trying to think of the...Yeah, that's... FB: We know the song but we don't know the title. BW: Yeah, well anyway, there's a note in there that Bill Evans played. FB: He probably flatted it or something. BW: That's right, exactly. And it goes (sings)... That E natural, or F flat. The original note, it should be an F. In the original, it was an F. So I always tell my students, if they're movie buffs, this tune, which we will think of maybe one time, came from a movie called The Mummy. 1932 or 33. FB: VIctor Price? BW: I'm not sure. FB: VIncent Price. BW: Oh, the police are coming after us. In this movie, The Mummy, there's a scene at a country club where they're all in tuxedos and they're dancing. And Victor Young did the music and wrote this tune. FB: My Careless Love or something? BW: No, I can't think of the title. FB: It's okay. BW: And all the students are going to be watching this and say, why didn't he know that? I know that one. So he wrote this tune and it was as a waltz (sings). And there's this really country club orchestra playing, playing this tune. It's my age you know that happens. FB: No, no Bob, this is great. Notwithstanding, I know you got a lot more stories and maybe we can do it again? Maybe we can do it again in Friend with a piano and then you could really let it hang. BW: Well that would be great. I would like that, I enjoyed this very much. FB: We're working on expanding this series and doing some new things with it. I bet you got some great Henry Mansini stories too. BW: Oh yes, oh yes, wonderful Henry Mansini stories. FB: Well maybe we better save those for next time. BW: Okay. FB: I think it's, we're running out of... EG: We have just a little less than 10 minutes on the tape. FB: Oh we do? Oh, oh well then let's do an encore. BW: Well okay. FB: I thought we were way past it, but obviously not. Well lets see, what didn't we get to?