[JPL] Mebane's Eleven disk

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Fri Apr 21 10:50:01 EDT 2006


You can also download a program that converts it to a mp3 file too.  It's a
great program and free free free.
Lainie
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Eric Jackson" <eric-jackson at comcast.net>
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Sent: Friday, April 21, 2006 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: [JPL] Mebane's Eleven disk


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> On Friday 21 April 2006 10:25, Bob Stockton wrote:
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> > I was attempting to burn a cut from the above cd to my master music set
> > disk for airplay, but the cd keeps shutting down my software. Anyone
else
> > had this problem?
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> Hi Bob,
>
> I haven't tried to copy the disc you mentioned. I'm not sure if I've got
the
> CD or else I'd see if I could duplicate your problem to see the cause is.
I
> wonder if it's a copy protection scheme.
>
> I have mentioned some software before here that might help. It's free.
It's
> called Audacity and it runs on OS X, Windows XP and Linux. I think there
is
> now a version for Ipods.  I have used it on Windows and Linux quite a bit
and
> my assistant PD has used it on his Mac. I can say that the two versions I
> have used allow you to record whatever sound is coming through your
computer.
> You could play the troublesome CD and re-record it using Audacity. The
> easiest way might be to record it one track at a time, save it as a .wav
file
> until you've re-recorded the whole CD and then burn the new CD.
>
> Incidentally Audacity can be used for recording lps, cassettes or, as I
said,
> anything else that your computer plays.
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> ''Lebo is in excellent form throughout'' - Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene
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> ''...a truly talented singer, a fresh voice on the scene.'' - Jacques
Emond, host ''Swing is in the Air'', CKCU-FM 93.1 - Programming Director
Ottawa International Jazz Festival
>
> '' She has that classic jazz embolic style as she cavorts with the violin
and guitar and those savoy stylings. Ms Lebo is a lovely traditionalist
spinning melodies haven't heard quite like this since those romantic,
turbulent thirties and forties.'' - Dick Crocket, host ''Still Another Jazz
Show'', Sacramento, CA
>
> West Coast Vocalist/Composer/Arranger LAWRENCE LEBO straddles the
boundaries of traditional American music, creating her own innovative hybrid
of jazz/blues/roots musical styling. ''don't call her Larry, volume 2'' is
her second release for ON THE AIR RECORDS.
>
> In this follow up to her critically acclaimed debut EP, Ms. LEBO swings,
scats and moans her way through both originally penned compositions, and
originally arranged classics that run the gamut from contemporary jazz,
acoustic swing, to rocking electric blues. Ms. LEBO has shared the stage
with such jazz greats as BOBBY BRADFORD, and has been featured on NPR's
WEEKEND EDITION SHOW, hosted by LIANE HANSEN.
>
> ''don't call her Larry, volume 2'' is Radio friendly and coming to a Radio
station near you. With her newest release, LAWRENCE is sure to keep her
loyal fans smiling, as well as to recruit new worshipers
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> Contact Denny Croy (sideman at sbcglobal.net) at On The Air Records, or call
(818) 708-9565. Visit LAWRENCE LEBO at www.lawrencelebo.com.
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