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Besides being a Jazzy tune that the musician himself wrote in 1918

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Besides being a Jazzy tune that the musician himself wrote in 1918, Muggs Daley's hit song "Moonshining" was also recorded by many other bands in the 1970s, showing the song's timeless appeal.

(A) Besides being a Jazzy tune that the musician himself wrote

(B) Besides a Jazzy tune with the musician himself writing it

(C) Except a Jazzy tune being written by the musician himself

(D) Besides the instance of a Jazzy tune that the musician himself wrote

(E) Besides the fact of a Jazzy tune with the musician writing himself

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Re: Besides being a Jazzy tune that the musician himself wrote in 1918  [#permalink]

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As per the meaning of the sentence, we are given that in addition to being a Jazzy Tune, MD's hit songs is also recorded by many other bands. So, clearly being a Jazzy tune is the quality of his song that we need to mention.

(A) Besides being a Jazzy tune that the musician himself wrote --> Correct as it is.

(B) Besides a Jazzy tune with the musician himself writing it --> Awkward and Unclear

(C) Except a Jazzy tune being written by the musician himself. --> Change in meaning. We need to add on something rather than making except stuff.

(D) Besides the instance of a Jazzy tune that the musician himself wrote --> Song is not an instance of Jazzy Tune but a Jazzy tune itself. Change in meaning.

(E) Besides the fact of a Jazzy tune with the musician writing himself --> Again Awkward.
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