[JPL] Charlie Hunter #1 for 4th Week! Christian McBride & BobbyPrevite-shipped!

David Prater kxuajazz at hotmail.com
Sun Apr 16 23:11:25 EDT 2006


whoops,

Thanks for the heads up I didn't realize that was happening. I will 
certainly be more careful in the future.

Dave PRater


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>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: RE: [JPL] Charlie Hunter #1 for 4th Week! Christian McBride & 
>BobbyPrevite-shipped!
>Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2006 21:37:06 -0600
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>David -
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>I know you're the new kid on  the block but I thought you had grokked  
>through our e-mail exchange the first time you did this that these  type of 
>hype promo postings are to be done off list to your personal  or business 
>e-mail mailing list and not to the JPL Board.
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>Perhaps you don't know that if you send an e-mail to  
>jazzproglist at jazzweek.com everyone on the board gets it and it gets  
>posted.
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>So if you are sending out a mass-mailing to a list please check that  
>jazzproglist at jazzweek.com is not on the list of addresses.
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>Do you want to start getting MFA SPAM, GROOV's Spam, JazzzDog's SPAM,  
>Hurzon's SPAM, Sapper's SPAM, Dr. Jazz's SPAM. etc. about weekly  results 
>for our clients and what projects we have coming up?
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>I don't think so.
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>As for myself I definitely don't want to receive promotional e-mails  from 
>Powderspam.
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>Ed Trefzger, the list moderator, is too busy to monitor every e-mail  so 
>sometimes things like yours get through.  But if all involved  would just 
>realize THE JPL IS NOT TO BE USED TO POST PROMOTIONAL  MAILINGS then his 
>job would be easier.
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>Or you could do what the rest of us do and pay $125 to sponsor the  list 
>for a week.
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>Thanks.
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>Mitchell
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>Jaco Pastorius  -  The Word Is Out! (Heads Up International)
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>BRILLIANT BASSIST, COMPOSER AND ARRANGER
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>The Word Is Out! features: Jaco Pastorius, Gerald Veasley, Victor Wooten, 
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>compositional genius, this time with newly expanded arrangements of pieces 
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