[JPL] Monk -- posthumous Pulitzer

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Mon Apr 17 15:38:20 EDT 2006


from the Pulitzer web site

A posthumous Special Citation to American composer Thelonious Monk for 
a body of distinguished and innovative musical composition that has had 
a significant and enduring impact on the evolution of jazz. 



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From: Jim Wilke <jwilke123 at comcast.net>
Date: Monday, April 17, 2006 2:31 pm
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> Don,
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> For Seattle, I'd recommend you include at least these three
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> ... and I'll be checking out your website, too!
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> Jim Wilke
> Jazz After Hours, PRI
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> On Monday, April 17, 2006, at 01:06  AM, Don Gordon wrote:
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> > Greetings....
> >    Am in the process of updating and building my website 
> > (http://www.dongordon.net) and need some help from all.  I want 
> to add 
> > Jazz and personal links to my site and the quickest way is to 
> ask you 
> > to send me sites you feel apropos.  Local Jazz clubs from your 
> market, 
> > your personal page, station page, local or "name" musician pages 
> are 
> > more than welcome.
> >    Thanx in advance for your help and participation.
> >    Regards,
> >    Don Gordon
> >    KIPO - Honolulu
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