[JPL] Carmela Rappazzo

max at crossovermedia.net max at crossovermedia.net
Mon Apr 17 13:54:20 EDT 2006


Bob....thanks for the airplay on .... Carmela Rappazzo: The Girl Who Dreams
Out Loud...Any interest in an interview?

Thanks

max 


Crossover Media
Max Horowitz
212.465.2444
max at crossovermedia.net 


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8pm-12mid,Monday, April 10, 2006

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8pm
Randy Weston, Portrait of Frank Edward Weston (Zep Tepi) Odean Pope
Saxophone Choir, Coltrane Time (Locked & Loaded) Andrew Hill w/Charles
Tolliver & Greg Tardy, Ry Round 1 (Time Lines) Andrea Wolper, Moanin' (The
Small Hours) James Blood Ulmer, Lonely Woman (...plays the music of Ornette
Coleman) Joe Chambers, Bembe (The Outlaw) Sai Ghose Quartet, title cut (New
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9pm
The Vandermark 5, Pieces of the Past (The Color of Memory) Oliver Lake,
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Jones (Rue De Seine) KarenAlllyson, Teaneck (Footprints) Wayne Shorter,
Black Nile (Night Dreamer) Jane Ira Bloom, Unconscous Forces (like silver,
like song) Carmela Rappazza, Do Wrong Shoes (The Girl Who Dreams Out Loud)
John McNeil, Deadline (East Coast Cool) George Johnson, Jr., I Don't Know
What (All Star Tribute) Sai Ghose Quartet, Cinq-ro-mesh (New Blood)

10pm
Randy Weston & African Rhythms Trio, Blue Moses (Zep Tepi) Cassandra Wilson,
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(patriarca) Donny McCaslin, Hero As A Boy (Soar) Andrew Sterman, Peace (The
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11pm
Scott Amendola Band, His Eye Is On The Sparrow (Cry) Ahn Trio, Oblivion
(Ahn-Plugged) Andrea Wolper, A Small Day Tomorrow (The Small Hours) Nguyen
Le, Spring of Life (Tales from Viet-nam) Anouar Brahem, Francois Couturier &
Jean-Louis Matinier, title cut (Footprint of the Black Cat) Susheela Raman,
What Silence Said (Music for Crocodiles) Michael Brecker, Madame Toulouse
(two blocks from the edge) David Schumacher, It's The Same Old Dream
(Endangered Species) Lee Konitz, Brad Mehldau, Charlie Haden, You Stepped
Out Of A Dream (Alone
Together)


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This week's sponsor: Jaco Pastorius  -  The Word Is Out! (Heads Up
International) 

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Jaco Pastorius  -  The Word Is Out! (Heads Up International) 

THE JACO PASTORIUS BIG BAND CONTINUES TO SPREAD THE WORD ON THE LEGACY OF A
BRILLIANT BASSIST, COMPOSER AND ARRANGER


The Word Is Out! features: Jaco Pastorius, Gerald Veasley, Victor Wooten,
Richard Bona, Jimmy Haslip, Jeff Carswell, Israel ''Cachao'' Lopez, Jr.,
Mark Egan, Oteil Burbridge, Will Lee, Randy Brecker, Arturo Sandoval, Hiram
Bullock, Mike Stern, Ed Calle, Bob Mintzer, Peter Erskine, Robert Thomas,
Jr., Othello Molineaux and Toots Thielmans 

''Most musicians that I know absolutely appreciate the contribution Jaco
Pastorius made to music. I feel like every year, his memory gets stronger.
It's up to us to make sure folks don't forget.''

Marcus Miller 

Following the success of Word of Mouth Revisited, the critically acclaimed
and award winning 2003 release on Heads Up International, the Jaco Pastorius
Big Band has crafted a second chapter in their ongoing tribute to the
brilliant legacy of the bassist/composer/arranger from whom they've taken
their name. The Word Is Out! 

On this second outing, the Jaco Pastorius Big Band again addresses Jaco's
compositional genius, this time with newly expanded arrangements of pieces
that harken back to 1976, that pivotal year in Jaco's career when he
appeared on three near-simultaneous releases - Weather Report's Black
Market, Pat Metheny's Bright Size Life and his own self-titled debut - that
stand today as major landmarks in his fabled career. 

Set for international release on Heads Up on March 28, 2006 Radio Promotion:
Neal Sapper nsapper at headsup.com and Mike Hurzon (co-producer of the project)
trackst at bellsouth.net

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