[JPL] RE: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?

Doug Henry djhenry51 at swbell.net
Fri Apr 28 10:47:04 EDT 2006


In the Dallas market we have KNTU 88.1 which is not 100% however the
majority of the music is jazz, maybe 70% or so.  They are broadcasting live
from the jazz stage at the Denton Arts Festival this weekend.
Doug "big cat" Henry
Blue Cat Blues Records
Dallas, Texas
www.TheGumboKings.com

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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: "Caravan" (B.H. Hudson)
   2. The "Caravan" is ready for departure (Laffinred at aol.com)
   3. DJ Promotional Program (lenmaz1 at adelphia.net)
   4. 24/7 Jazz stations in 2006? (Greg Hunt)
   5. How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (Arturo)
   6. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (Kyle Warren)
   7. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (B.H. Hudson)
   8. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (Eric Jackson)
   9. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (RLeppjazz at aol.com)
  10. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (POWDERSPAM at aol.com)
  11. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
      (Shaunna Morrison Machosky)
  12. KEWU (Elizabeth A. Farriss)
  13. RE: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (Bouille, John)
  14. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (EdBride at aol.com)
  15. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (EdBride at aol.com)
  16. Re: How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today? (POWDERSPAM at aol.com)
  17. Sound Recording Special Payments Fund  (Kenwatt at aol.com)
  18. A little more clearly defined link... (Kenwatt at aol.com)
  19. 24/7 JAZZ STATIONS (Ross Gentile)
  20. Re: 24/7 Jazz stations in 2006? (Bob Stewart)
  21. The Royal Dan (Jae Sinnett)
  22. I think I've mentioned this before .... (Jim Wilke)
  23. Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for 4-24-06 (Bradley M. Stone)
  24. Re: I think I've mentioned this before .... (EdBride at aol.com)
  25. Re: I think I've mentioned this before .... (Lazaro Vega)
  26. About Seattle... (Arturo)
  27. WFCR Playlist/Jazz ? la Mode, April 27, 2006 (Tom Reney)
  28. Playlist WCVE-FM 4-27  (Peter Solomon)
  29. RE:  "Caravan" - favorite versions (Bob Rogers)
  30. Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes (Jae Sinnett)
  31. RE: Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes (Rick McLaughlin)
  32. Strong Sales for New Orleans Jazz Fest   (Dr. Jazz)
  33. Detroit Symphony Orchestra's 2006-07 Jazz Series (Dr. Jazz)
  34. Re: Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes (J Stein)
  35. RE: Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes (Larry Appelbaum)
  36. top 30 new releases for week of April 24--South Dakota Public
      Broadcasting (Jim.Clark at state.sd.us)
  37. RE: top 30 new releases for week of April 24--South Dakota
      Public Broadcasting (Jim.Clark at state.sd.us)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 07:07:57 -0400
From: "B.H. Hudson" <bhhudson at nccu.edu>
Subject: Re: [JPL] "Caravan"
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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wynton marsalis and dr. lonnie smith are my favotite versions. can't recall
the cd info off hand. more than one version anyway.

>>> Laffinred at aol.com 04/26/06 1:02 PM >>>
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Can you please forward the info (artist, album title, label) on you're
favorite rendition of "Caravan"....?...thanks..

staying tuned,
Laffinred at aol.com
aka...
Reebs (Rebecca Risman)
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''Lebo is in excellent form throughout'' - Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene

''...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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Message: 2
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 09:46:24 EDT
From: Laffinred at aol.com
Subject: [JPL] The "Caravan" is ready for departure
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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Thanks to everyone who forwarded their "fave" versions of "Caravan". What
an
interesting excercise, there were very few duplications, everything from
Duke's version, to Ska, to Latin
(little sidenote from Arturo - "Caravan" is a composition of former Duke
sideman, the Puerto Rican valve trombonist Juan Tizol), big band, trio...the
selections were so varied and that's why I love JAZZ !!!.........see ya in
Rochester.......reebs


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Message: 3
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 7:48:57 -0600
From: lenmaz1 at adelphia.net
Subject: [JPL] DJ Promotional Program
To: JPL <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <7196472.1146145737547.JavaMail.root at web28>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8

   I thought some of you might like to know that ejazzlines.com, a fantastic
source for jazz music products, has a Disc Jockey Promotional Program that
allows radio stations to purchase import CDs, mostly from Europe and Japan,
at wholesale cost.  I recently ordered, and have received, CDs by Eric
Alexander, One For All and Francesco Cafiso on the Venus label, and CDs by
Eric and Lewis Nash on the M&I label.  For information on the program,
contact:

Rob DuBoff
www.ejazzlines.com
1-518-587-1102
PO Box 1236
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Bright Moments,

Lenny Mazel
Jazz Director
KCME-FM


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Message: 4
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 09:14:29 -0500
From: "Greg Hunt" <ghunt at mtsu.edu>
Subject: [JPL] 24/7 Jazz stations in 2006?
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <010801c66a04$e5a5ce60$c6dd2da1 at D86HYP11>
Content-Type: text/plain;	charset="iso-8859-1"

Tom's note just got me thinking:
How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
We would be one.

Just wondering?
greg- WMOT-FM, Nashville


Tom Mallison wrote:
"As I remember, after the change at WRTI to night time Jazz they also raised
more money than in previous years when they were playing Jazz 24/7."


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Message: 5
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 10:48:52 -0600
From: "Arturo" <arturo893 at qwest.net>
Subject: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek. com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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Greg wrote <<< Tom's note just got me thinking:
How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
We would be one. >>>

Here at jazz89KUVO over 90% of our weekly output is jazz so we are one,
KKJZ-Long Beach-LA, KSDS-San Diego, KCSM-San Mateo-SF,WBGO-Newark-NY,
WGMC-Rochester, KPLU-Seattle-Tacoma, not quite sure about the San Josi,
Saint Louis, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas or Phoenix stations. My former
stomping grounds of Miami has WDNA with about 80% jazz and I'm sure there
are others


Arturo Gsmez





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Message: 6
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 12:57:16 -0400
From: "Kyle Warren" <kyle at wicn.org>
Subject: Re: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <00e201c66a1b$a3aca620$0d01a8c0 at wicnradio.wicn.org>
Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset="iso-8859-1";
	reply-type=original

WICN-Worcester, MA is one!

>
> Greg wrote <<< Tom's note just got me thinking:
> How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
> We would be one. >>>
>
> Here at jazz89KUVO over 90% of our weekly output is jazz so we are one,
> KKJZ-Long Beach-LA, KSDS-San Diego, KCSM-San Mateo-SF,WBGO-Newark-NY,
> WGMC-Rochester, KPLU-Seattle-Tacoma, not quite sure about the San Josi,
> Saint Louis, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas or Phoenix stations. My former
> stomping grounds of Miami has WDNA with about 80% jazz and I'm sure there
> are others
>
>
> Arturo Gsmez
>
>
>
> -------------------------------------------
>
> This week's sponsor: ''don't call her Larry, volume 2'' by LAWRENCE LEBO
>
> -------------------------------------------
>
> ''Lebo is in excellent form throughout'' - Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene
>
> ''...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
>
> 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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Message: 7
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 12:57:38 -0400
From: "B.H. Hudson" <bhhudson at nccu.edu>
Subject: Re: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <4450BFC202000053000034A6 at artemis.nccu.edu>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

WNCU also plays a good deal of jazz. that is our format. maybe 80-90% of our
schedule is local announced. parlocha every night also.
matter of fact, we recently added more shifts to the schedule. not 24/7, but
close.

B H Hudson
Asst. P.D./Music Director
WNCU-FM
P.O.Box 19875
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham NC 27707
919-530-7446-office

>>> arturo893 at qwest.net 04/27/06 12:48 PM >>>

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Greg wrote <<< Tom's note just got me thinking:
How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
We would be one. >>>

Here at jazz89KUVO over 90% of our weekly output is jazz so we are one,
KKJZ-Long Beach-LA, KSDS-San Diego, KCSM-San Mateo-SF,WBGO-Newark-NY,
WGMC-Rochester, KPLU-Seattle-Tacoma, not quite sure about the San Josi,
Saint Louis, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas or Phoenix stations. My former
stomping grounds of Miami has WDNA with about 80% jazz and I'm sure there
are others


Arturo Gsmez



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This week's sponsor: ''don't call her Larry, volume 2'' by LAWRENCE LEBO

-------------------------------------------

''Lebo is in excellent form throughout'' - Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene

''...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

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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Message: 8
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 13:00:18 -0400
From: Eric Jackson <eric-jackson at comcast.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <200604271300.18998.eric-jackson at comcast.net>
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On Thursday 27 April 2006 12:57, Kyle Warren wrote:

> WICN-Worcester, MA is one!

Really? Either I didn't know that or I had forgotten. I've been on the
station
several times although it's been a few years. Has it always been 24 hour
jazz? What is the frequency? How many watts is it?

Eric Jackson
8 pm - mid Mon - Thurs
WGBH Boston
89.7 FM
www.wgbh.org/jazz
www.wgbhblogs.org/jazz


>
> > Greg wrote <<< Tom's note just got me thinking:
> > How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
> > We would be one. >>>
> >
> > Here at jazz89KUVO over 90% of our weekly output is jazz so we are one,
> > KKJZ-Long Beach-LA, KSDS-San Diego, KCSM-San Mateo-SF,WBGO-Newark-NY,
> > WGMC-Rochester, KPLU-Seattle-Tacoma, not quite sure about the San Josi,
> > Saint Louis, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas or Phoenix stations. My former
> > stomping grounds of Miami has WDNA with about 80% jazz and I'm sure
there
> > are others
> >
> >
> > Arturo Gsmez
> >
> >
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
> >
> > This week's sponsor: ''don't call her Larry, volume 2'' by LAWRENCE LEBO
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
> >
> > ''Lebo is in excellent form throughout'' - Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene
> >
> > ''...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
> >
> > Contact Denny Croy (sideman at sbcglobal.net) at On The Air Records, or
call
> > (818) 708-9565. Visit LAWRENCE LEBO at www.lawrencelebo.com.
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
>
> -------------------------------------------
>
> This week's sponsor: ''don't call her Larry, volume 2'' by LAWRENCE LEBO
>
> -------------------------------------------
>
> ''Lebo is in excellent form throughout'' - Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene
>
> ''...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
>
> 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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Message: 9
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 13:07:19 EDT
From: RLeppjazz at aol.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <2a2.9610433.31825447 at aol.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"

KPLU isn't really 24/7 jazz they have 7 or 8 hours a day of NPR news,
though
they only play jazz and blues music.

Rick  Leppanen
Modern Hot Records & Pearl  Django
_www.pearldjango.com_ (http://www.pearldjango.com)


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Message: 10
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 13:30:51 EDT
From: POWDERSPAM at aol.com
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In a message dated 4/27/2006 1:02:58 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
eric-jackson at comcast.net writes:

Really?  Either I didn't know that or I had forgotten. I've been on the
station
several times although it's been a few years. Has it always been 24 hour
jazz? What is the frequency? How many watts is it?

Eric  Jackson
8 pm - mid Mon - Thurs
WGBH Boston
89.7  FM
www.wgbh.org/jazz
www.wgbhblogs.org/jazz


there's related specialty programming nightly from 7-10, otherwise all
jazz.
8,000 watts. _www.wicn.org_ (http://www.wicn.org) . i listen  often from the
framingham area. it's a great station with lots of variety from  big band to
hard bop to very new modern jazz.
-david



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Message: 11
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 13:35:05 -0400
From: Shaunna Morrison Machosky <morrison at wduq.org>
Subject: Re: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <p06100501c076abeaf4cf@[192.204.250.151]>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" ; format="flowed"

KPLU Seattle is dual format -- lots of jazz and
blues, but the NPR newsmags as well. (just like
my station)

They do have a 24-hr jazz HD2 channel  and 24-hr. jazz web stream.

KJZZ Phoenix is also dual format jazz/NPR

If web counts, some stations have 24-hr online
jazz channels to supplement their online
simulcast.

For anyone who can listen to HD2 channels (not
many people yet, I know) there are some
additional public stations with a 24-hr jazz HD2
and ten commercial stations running a 24-hr
trad/classic jazz channel.

-Shaunna @ WDUQ Pittsburgh




>Greg wrote <<< Tom's note just got me thinking:
>How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
>We would be one. >>>
>
>Here at jazz89KUVO over 90% of our weekly output is jazz so we are one,
>KKJZ-Long Beach-LA, KSDS-San Diego, KCSM-San Mateo-SF,WBGO-Newark-NY,
>WGMC-Rochester, KPLU-Seattle-Tacoma, not quite sure about the San Josi,
>Saint Louis, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas or Phoenix stations. My former
>stomping grounds of Miami has WDNA with about 80% jazz and I'm sure there
>are others
>
>Arturo Gsmez


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Message: 12
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 11:10:49 -0700
From: "Elizabeth A. Farriss" <efarriss at mail.ewu.edu>
Subject: [JPL] KEWU
To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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KEWU is 24/7 on the internet......
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Message: 13
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 14:29:08 -0400
From: "Bouille, John" <JBouille at SHAWU.EDU>
Subject: RE: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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WSHA Radio 88,9 FM in Raleigh is a 24/7 jazz station with live local hosts
all the time.

John Bouille
WSHA Program Director
118 East South Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
1-800-241-0421 ~ 919-546-8433


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KPLU Seattle is dual format -- lots of jazz and
blues, but the NPR newsmags as well. (just like
my station)

They do have a 24-hr jazz HD2 channel  and 24-hr. jazz web stream.

KJZZ Phoenix is also dual format jazz/NPR

If web counts, some stations have 24-hr online
jazz channels to supplement their online
simulcast.

For anyone who can listen to HD2 channels (not
many people yet, I know) there are some
additional public stations with a 24-hr jazz HD2
and ten commercial stations running a 24-hr
trad/classic jazz channel.

-Shaunna @ WDUQ Pittsburgh




>Greg wrote <<< Tom's note just got me thinking:
>How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
>We would be one. >>>
>
>Here at jazz89KUVO over 90% of our weekly output is jazz so we are one,
>KKJZ-Long Beach-LA, KSDS-San Diego, KCSM-San Mateo-SF,WBGO-Newark-NY,
>WGMC-Rochester, KPLU-Seattle-Tacoma, not quite sure about the San Josi,
>Saint Louis, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas or Phoenix stations. My former
>stomping grounds of Miami has WDNA with about 80% jazz and I'm sure there
>are others
>
>Arturo Gsmez
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'' She has that classic jazz embolic style as she cavorts with the violin
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turbulent thirties and forties.'' - Dick Crocket, host ''Still Another Jazz
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with such jazz greats as BOBBY BRADFORD, and has been featured on NPR's
WEEKEND EDITION SHOW, hosted by LIANE HANSEN.

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Message: 14
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 15:04:55 EDT
From: EdBride at aol.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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I hope someone is compiling a list of responses, it might make an
interesting article for DownBeat or some other worthy publication.

Ed



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Message: 15
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 15:07:30 EDT
From: EdBride at aol.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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In a message dated 4/27/2006 1:32:37 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
POWDERSPAM at aol.com writes:
<<..there's related specialty programming nightly from 7-10,  otherwise all
jazz.
8,000 watts. _www.wicn.org_ (http://www.wicn.org)  . i listen  often from
the
framingham area. it's a great station with  lots of variety from  big band
to
hard bop to very new modern  jazz..>>

90.5 FM, WICN bills itself as New England's Jazz and Folk Station. They
also
organize and promote live concerts in the area (the "Brown Bag" concerts at
Mechanics Hall during cool weather, and Jazz at Sunset at the science museum
in  summertime).

Ed









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Message: 16
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 15:12:15 EDT
From: POWDERSPAM at aol.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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In a message dated 4/27/2006 3:09:25 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
EdBride at aol.com writes:

90.5 FM,  WICN bills itself as New England's Jazz and Folk Station. They
also
organize and promote live concerts in the area (the "Brown Bag" concerts  at
Mechanics Hall during cool weather, and Jazz at Sunset at the  science
museum
in  summertime).

Ed


yep. that's a good way to attract some potential listeners and serve  the
community. very cool.


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Message: 17
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 15:19:43 EDT
From: Kenwatt at aol.com
Subject: [JPL] Sound Recording Special Payments Fund
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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Hey Folks!

I was just sent this link by a friend who's name happens to be on the list
of Unclaimed Funds (found on the left side of the homepage):
_http://www.sound-recording.org/index.html?auth_sid=d5d5c7e9392127f672605920
57
7d011f_ (http://www.sound-recording.org
/index.html?auth_sid=d5d5c7e9392127f672605920577d011f)

It's all about unclaimed royalties... This may well be of interest to many
of you & the artists that you support!
Very best regards,
Ken Watters

Ken  Watters
(770)965-6464 (home)
(256)603-5059 (cell)
_www.wattersbrothers.com_ (http://www.wattersbrothers.com/)
_Artist  Pamela Watters_
(http://hometown.aol.com/__121b_fXpmZFbCecKw6Lxt13YZyBj4HKVBBVXl4lWvJm08E6c=
)



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Message: 18
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 15:27:24 EDT
From: Kenwatt at aol.com
Subject: [JPL] A little more clearly defined link...
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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Hey again!

Let me space the email slightly differently, so that the URL is maybe a bit
more clear to copy & paste:
____________________________

_http://www.sound-recording.org/index.html?auth_sid=d5d5c7e9392127f672605920
57
7d011f_
(http://www.sound-recording.org/index.html?auth_sid=d5d5c7e9392127f672605920
577d011f)

____________________________

It's all of the weird address above. Good luck -- I hope that many of you
find that you may be owed royalties!
Ken

Ken  Watters
(770)965-6464 (home)
(256)603-5059 (cell)
_www.wattersbrothers.com_ (http://www.wattersbrothers.com/)




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Message: 19
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 19:58:34 +0000
From: "Ross Gentile" <standardsinjazz at hotmail.com>
Subject: [JPL] 24/7 JAZZ STATIONS
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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   4/27/2006

   Greetings All:

   WSIE-FM Edwardsville/St. Louis 88.7 FM
   is  a 50,000 watt, 24 Hour, 7 days a week Jazz Station that covers the
   southern half  of Illinois,  from Springfield to Carbondale, Illinois.
    The signal covers the entire St. Louis, Missouri metro area, and goes
   East  almost  to  the  Indiana  state line. It is a population base of
   about 3 million people.

   Thanks

   Ross Gentile
   WSIE-FM 88.7
   Edwardsville/St. Louis
   "Standards In Jazz"
   [1]ross at standardsinjazz.com
   [2]www.standardsinjazz.com

References

   1. mailto:ross at standardsinjazz.com
   2. http://www.standardsinjazz.com/


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Message: 20
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 16:12:21 -0500
From: "Bob Stewart" <BSTEWAR at kirkwood.edu>
Subject: Re: [JPL] 24/7 Jazz stations in 2006?
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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With the exception of a couple of blues shows and a New Age/World program on
the weekends, KCCK here in Iowa is jazz 24/7, with live on-air producers
from 6am-1am and syndicated programming overnights.

Bob Stewart, KCCK

>>> ghunt at mtsu.edu 04/27/06 09:14AM >>>
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Tom's note just got me thinking:
How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
We would be one.

Just wondering?
greg- WMOT-FM, Nashville


Tom Mallison wrote:
"As I remember, after the change at WRTI to night time Jazz they also raised
more money than in previous years when they were playing Jazz 24/7."
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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

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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Message: 21
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 14:27:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
Subject: [JPL] The Royal Dan
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <20060427212736.94034.qmail at web33210.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
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For the fusion lovers out there.....Tone Center has done it again. Their
latest "The Royal Dan - A Tribute," is fantastic. It's a tribute of course
to Steely Dan but all instrumental. The rhythm section features the amazing
Vinnie Colaiuta playing drums, Jimmy Haslip from the Yellowjackets - bass -
and Peter Wolf keyboards. Ernie Watts is playing saxophone and it also
features several guitar players ....including Al Di Meola, Mike Stern, Frank
Gambale, Robben Ford, Jeff Richman and a few more.

  I don't think everyone gets serviced their product but for lovers of that
style it's certainly worth checking into.

  Jae Sinnett
  WHRV FM
  Norfolk VA


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Message: 22
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 15:46:19 -0700
From: Jim Wilke <jwilke123 at comcast.net>
Subject: [JPL] I think I've mentioned this before ....
To: Jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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... but it seems the dumbing down of music and popular culture is
getting another boost by billboards in Seattle for a local commercial
station. Although Seattle's generally considered a literate town, the
billboard has the jock's picture with the words "what a semester and a
half of community college sounds like" -  plus his shift  and the
station's  logo.     At least, I THINK it's a station promotion and not
a slam at community college education!

JW



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Message: 23
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 16:09:34 -0700
From: "Bradley M. Stone" <bstone at science.sjsu.edu>
Subject: [JPL] Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for 4-24-06
To: "Jazz Programmer's List \(E-mail\)" <jazzproglist at yellowdog.com>
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	<A39E1770839FAB4EA869469BE76015A233E5B6 at epsilon.ad.science.sjsu.edu>
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KSJS-FM, San Jose, CA
Jazz Playlist for the Week of 4-24-06
Reporting to JazzWeek


Interviewed Artist (on "Straight No Chaser", Sundays 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., with
Mike Schwartz):
4/16:  Dave Douglas

Heavy Rotation:
Sai Ghose Quartet - New Blood - Summit - 4/10
Anthony Wonsey - The Thang - Sharp 9 - 4/3
Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra - Port Chicago - Noir - 3/27
Christian Scott - Rewind That - Concord - 3/27
Brian Bromberg - Wood II - Artistry - 3/20
SF Jazz Collective - 2 - Nonesuch - 3/20
Taylor Eigsti - Lucky To Be Me - Concord - 3/20
Jaco Pastorius Big Band - The Word Is Out - Heads Up - 3/13
Yosvany Terry Cabrera - Metamorphosis - Ewe - 3/5
Tony Monaco - East to West - Chicken Coup - 2/27
Manuel Valera - Melancholia - Mavo - 2/27
Larry Willis Trio - The Big Push - HighNote - 2/27
Tom Scott - Bebop Unlimited - MCG - 2/27

Medium Rotations:
Mainstream:
Karen Blixt - Spin This - Hi Fli - 4/3
The Bob Gallo Quintet - Wake Up Call - Bob Gall0 - 4/3
Greg Murphy - Orientation - Murphasaurus - 4/3
The Bob Sneider & Joe Locke Film Noir Project - Fallen Angel - Sons of
Sound - 4/3
Stuart Elster Trio - Get It Right! - Primrose Lane - 3/27
Gene Ess - Sandbox and Sanctum - SIMP - 3/20
Christian Fabian - Across the Tracks - CAP - 3/20
David Schumacher - Endangered Species - Summit - 3/20
Art Lillard's Heavenly Band - Reasons to be Thankful - Summit - 3/5
Keith Oxman - Dues in Progress - Capri - 3/5

World:
Marcos Amorim - Sete Capelas - Adventure - 4/10
Jovino Santos Neto - Roda Carioca - Adventure - 4/3
Monty Alexander - The Concrete Jungle: The Music of Bob Marley - Telarc -
4/3
Duduka de Fonseca Quintet - Samba Jazz in Black & White - Zoho - 3/27
Ulf Walkenius - Notes From the Heart - ACT - 3/20
Sathima Bea Benjamin - Musical Echoes - Ekapa - 3/20
Paul Shapiro - It's in the Twilight - Tzadik - 3/5
Ladysmith Black Mambazo - Long Walk to Freedom - Heads Up - 2/27

Progressive:
Synergy - Later - Nextep - 4/10
Charlie Hunter Trio - Copperopolis - Ropeadope - 4/10
Mungengast/Field/Bloom/Proudman - No Such Animal - Innova - 4/10
Jack DeJohnette feat. Bill Frisell - The Elephant Sleeps But Still
Remembers - Golden Beams - 4/3
Ben Goldberg Quintet - The Door, The Hat, The Chair, The Fact -
Cryptogramophone - 3/27
Mike Melvoin presents Dan Jaffe - Playing the Word - City Light - 3/27
Odean Pope Saxophone Choir - Locked & Loaded - Half Note - 3/27
Dom Minasi - The Vampire's Revenge - CDM - 3/20
Manu Katche - Neighborhood - ECM - 2/27
Gianluca Petralla - Indigo4 - Blue Note - 2/27
Lew Tabackin Trio - Tanuki's Night Out - MFC - 2/27

Blues:
Charles Stallings - One Night Lover - B Town - 4/24
Jimi Smith - Back on Track - Cold Wind - 4/24
Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas - Hang it High, Hang it Low - Rounder - 4/24
Eric Lindell - Change in the Weather - Alligator - 3/27
Sweet Betty - Live & Let Live - Music Maker - 3/27
Johnny & the Mo Tones - Two Hits for the Kitty - Altenburgh - 3/27
Derek Trucks Band - Songlines - Columbia - 3/20
Jason Ricci & New Blood - Blood On the Road - Rah Fox - 3/20
J W Jones - Kissing in 29 Days - Northern Blues - 3/20
James Hunter - People Gonna Talk - Rounder - 3/13
Dennis Jones - Passion for the Blues - Leroy's Boy Music - 3/13
Jimmy Thackerey - The Essential - Blind Pig - 2/20

Light Features:
Donny McCaslin - Soar - Sunnyside - 4/17
Various - Legends of Jazz Showcase with Ramsey Lewis - LRS Media - 4/17
Eric Alexander - It's All In The Game - High Note - 4/17
Karrin Allyson - Footprints - Concord - 4/17
Charley Harrison - Keeping My Composure - C3 - 4/17
David Sills - Down the Line - Origin - 4/10
Matthias Lupri Group - Metalix - Summit - 4/10
Virginia Mayhew - Sandan Shuffle - Renma - 4/10
Fred Hersch - In Amsterdam: Live at the Bimhuis - Palmetto - 4/10
Paul Bollenback - Brightness of Being - Elephant Dreams - 4/10
Phil Woods & the L.A. Jazz Orchestra - Unheard Herd - Jazzed Media - 4/10
Rick Haydon & John Pizzarelli - Just Friends - Mel Bay - 4/3
Pat Martino - Remember: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery - Blue Note - 4/3
Joey DeFrancesco - Organic Vibes - Concord - 4/3
Perry Conticchio - Speak Your Truth - Liven Up Jazz - 4/3
George Cotsirilos - On the Rebop - Origin - 3/27
Cecil Brooks III - Double Exposure - Savant - 3/27
Joris Teepe's Groningen Art Ensemble - Jazz In Jazz Out - Planet Arts - 3/27
3Osity - 3Osity - Capri - 3/27
The Mary Lou Williams Collective - Zodiac Suite: Revisited - Blue Horn - 3/5

Adds:
Ben Allison - Midnight Cowboy - Palmetto - 4/24
Vince Ector - Renewal of the Spirit - Jazz Maniacs - 4/24
Vincent Herring - Ends and Means - High Note - 4/24

Going Recurrent:
Tony Cimorosi - Horizon - Epoch - 2/27
Bob Mintzer Big Band - Old School: New Lessons - Manchester Craftsmen's
Guild - 2/20
Andrew Hill - Time Lines - Blue Note - 2/20


Dr. Brad Stone, Music Director and Faculty Advisor
KSJS 90.5 FM
One Washington Square
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA   95192-0094
www.ksjs.org
Home Office:
Music Calls: 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., Wednesdays, PT
408-848-6266 (office)
email: bstone at science.sjsu.edu
9381 Durango Lane, Gilroy, CA   95020

Assistant Music Director for Blues:  Kevin Foley Ariente (Kevin at ksjs.org
<mailto:Kevin at ksjs.org>)

San Jose is the 3rd largest city in California (behind L.A. and San Diego)
and just passed Detroit as the nation's 10th largest city (population about
1 million), and the San Jose/Oakland/S.F. metro area is the 4th largest in
the country (population about 6.6 million).  KSJS broadcasts to the greater
San Jose metropolitan area at 1.5 kwatts, and our signal covers the vast
majority of the Bay area's listeners.  KSJS programs 23 hours per week of
jazz (including world and blues), with regular DJs:
Kevin Ariente, Tuesdays, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Karen Gentile, Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Ramon Johnson, Fridays, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Mike Schwartz, Sundays 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Brad Stone, Mondays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Gerald Andag, Sundays 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.
and guest DJs Andres Quintero, Steve Metzger, Kareem Guilbeaux, Carlos
Torres and Paul Kauppila.

In addition to JazzWeek, we report to CMJ Jazz, CMJ New World and Living
Blues.


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Message: 24
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 19:14:31 EDT
From: EdBride at aol.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] I think I've mentioned this before ....
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"


In a message dated 4/27/2006 6:48:18 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
jwilke123 at comcast.net writes:
<<..At least, I THINK it's a station promotion and not
a  slam at community college education!..>>

Either way, sounds like a lose-lose situation,
Ed







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Message: 25
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 19:17:17 -0400
From: "Lazaro Vega" <wblv.wblu.fm at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [JPL] I think I've mentioned this before ....
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID:
	<3862cff90604271617j4b452462wa99788389c92c978 at mail.gmail.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

What salesmanship. It's for the burp and spit take crowd. Hopefully it
will flop.
LV


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Message: 26
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 18:28:54 -0600
From: "Arturo" <arturo893 at qwest.net>
Subject: [JPL] About Seattle...
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek. com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <KKELLGGNGFIMOBJCPNECMEKMDCAA.arturo893 at qwest.net>
Content-Type: text/plain;	charset="iso-8859-1"

Jim Wilke wrote <<< Although Seattle's generally considered a literate town
>>>>

Indeed it is, I've read where Seattle along with Portland-OR, Denver-CO,
"Twin Cities"-MN and Boston-MA are among the most literate cities of the US
and sales of books in these areas are above the national average. Denver's
music sales also rank very high.


Arturo Gsmez
Music Director, jazz89-KUVO
The Oasis In The City
Colorado's First HD FM Radio Station
Celebrating 10 Years of Live Performances!



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Message: 27
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 20:51:10 -0400
From: "Tom Reney" <tr at wfcr.org>
Subject: [JPL] WFCR Playlist/Jazz ? la Mode, April 27, 2006
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <003d01c66a5d$d9c18900$a2d77780 at RESUO.ads.umass.edu>
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WFCR Playlist/Jazz ` la Mode, Thursday, April 27, 2006

8:00 PM Duke Ellington Take the 'A' Train  Ellington Uptown Columbia 1952 b.
4/29/99

8:10 PM Moncef Gounod Summertime Aqua Savoy Jazz 2006
8:15 PM Kevin Mahogany Don't Get Around Much Anymore Jazz Vocalists Here &
Now Concord Jazz 2006
8:19 PM Duke Ellington Absinthe Afro-Bossa Reprise 1962 b. 4/29/99

8:25 PM Harold Ashby What Am I Here For? What Am I Here For? Criss Cross
1992
8:32 PM Harold Ashby Mood Indigo What Am I Here For? Criss Cross 1992

8:40 PM Anthony Wonsey All the Things You Are The Thang Sharp Nine 2006
8:46 PM Mike LeDonne I Should Care Night Song Savant 2005

8:56 PM David Fathead Newman A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing Cityscape High
Note 2006
9:03 PM Art Farmer UMMG Something to Live For Contemporary 1987
9:10 PM David Hazeltine Lush Life Perambulation Criss Cross 2006

9:21 PM Thelonious Monk Bemsha Swing Thelonious Monk Prestige 1952
9:24 PM Modern Jazz Quartet Bags' Groove Dedicated to Connie Atlantic 1960
9:29 PM Randy Weston Babe's Blues Mosaic Select Mosaic 1958 Wadsworth
Atheneum 5/20
9:36 PM Randy Weston Hi Fly Zep Tepi Random Chance 2006 Wadsworth Atheneum
5/20

9:42 PM Art Blakey Ugetsu Ugetsu: Live at Birdland Riverside 1963
9:53 PM Eric Alexander Typhoon 11 It's All in the Game High Note 2006

10:03 PM Harold Ashby C Jam Blues What Am I Here For? Criss Cross 1992
10:11 PM Harold Ashby Prelude to a Kiss What Am I Here For? Criss Cross 1992
10:18 PM Harold Ashby Perdido What Am I Here For? Criss Cross 1992

10:26 PM Don Braden Feel Like Makin' Love Workin' High Note 2006
10:37 PM Gene Ammons Didn't We Brother Jug! Prestige 1969

10:46 PM Scott Robinson Isfahan Melody From the Sky Arbors 2000 b. 4/27/59
10:51 PM Scott Robinson My Heart Thinking Big Arbors 1998 b. 4/27/59

11:00 PM Dizzy Gillespie The Mooche An Electrifying Evening Verve 1961

11:13 PM Mulgrew Miller One's Own Room Live at Yoshi's Volume 2 Max Jazz
2005
11:26 PM Fred Hersch A Lark Live in Amsterdam Palmetto 2006

11:37 PM Harold Ashby Frankie and Johnny What Am I Here For? Criss Cross
1992
11:44 PM Harold Ashby Once in a While What Am I Here For? Criss Cross 1992
11:50 PM Harold Ashby Poinciana What Am I Here For? Criss Cross 1992


Monday's highlights: Celebrating Duke Ellington's 107th with Afro-Bossa;
Unknown Session; At Newport 1956; and a few dozen 3-minute masterpieces of
the 1926-1973 years.



Tom Reney
"Jazz ` la Mode"
Monday-Thursday, 8 p.m. - Midnight
WFCR
NPR News and Music for Western New England
Hampshire House
131 County Circle
Amherst, MA 01003-9257
tr at wfcr.org
www.wfcr.org
413-545-3220 office
413-545-2546 fax

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Message: 28
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 21:02:19 -0400
From: "Peter Solomon" <Peter_Solomon at wcve.pbs.org>
Subject: [JPL] Playlist WCVE-FM 4-27
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID:
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Here's tonight's jazz playlist - posted by the following busniess day at
ideastations.org/radio.
Please direct cd's for airplay consideration to the address below.
Thanks
Peter Solomon
(804) 560-8171

WCVE-FM Jazz Playlist Thursday April 27, 2006

(Denzil Best) Move / (Edwards, Green) Once in a While / (Charlie Parker)
Buzzy  Piano: East/West  Hampton Hawes  Prestige  OJCCD-1705-2

(George and Ira Gershwin) The Half of It Dearie Blues  The Complete Ella
Fitzgerald Song books, Disc 11: George and Ira Gershwin  Verve  314 519
832-2

(Illinois Jacquet) The Kid and the Brute  Flying Home: the Best of the
Verve Years  Illinois Jacquet and Ben Webster - Verve  314 521 644-2

(Dameron, Sigman) If You Could See Me Now  The Best of Bill Evans  Bill
Evans  Riverside  RCD-5712-2

(Monk, Best) Bemsha Swing  Hypnotic Suggestion  Brad Goode  Delmark 
DE-567

(Harvie S) Coco Loco  Funky Cha  Harvie S  Zoho  ZM 200605

(Tom McIntosh) Capers  Bobos Beat  Willie Bobo  Roulette Jazz  7243 5
84191 2 2

(Bob Belden) Big Joe  Three Days of Rain  Bob Belden featuring Joe Lovano
 Sunnyside  SSC-1153

(Rafael Hernandez) Lamneto Borencano  Obsesion  David Sanchez  Columbia 
CK 69116

8:01 NPR News

8:06 (Donald Brown) Phineas  Sources of Inspiration  Donald Brown  Muse 
MCD 5385

(Wayne Shorter) This Is for Albert  Caravan  Art Blakey and the Jazz
Messengers  Riverside  OJCCD-038-2

(Holiday, Herzog) Fine and Mellow / (Oscar Brown Jr.) Forbidden Fruit /
(Wilson) Gimme a Pigfoot  The Best of Nina Simone  Roulette Jazz  CDP
0777 7 98584 2 2

(Nat King Cole) Leap Here  Carnegie Hall, 1949  Norman Granz J.A.T.P.
featuring Charlie Parker and Fats Navarro  Pablo  PACD-5311-2

(Williams, Waller) Squeeze Me  Mildred Bailey: the Rockin Chair Lady (1931
 1950)  Decca Jazz  GRD-644

(Koehler, Arlen) Triggeration  Kicking the Gong around  Cab
alloway  -ASV-Living Era  CD-AJA 501

(Clarke, Leslie, Handman) Blue and Broken Hearted  Bing Crosby and Some
Jazz Friends  Decca Jazz  GRD-603

(H.B.S,ith, F. Wheeler, T. Snyder) The Sheik of Araby  Benny Goodman on the
Air (1937-1938)  Benny Goodman Quartet - Columbia/Legacy  C2K 48836



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Message: 29
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 21:04:57 -0400
From: "Bob Rogers" <rwsfin at hotmail.com>
Subject: [JPL] RE:  "Caravan" - favorite versions
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <BAY19-F2EFC2F34E9BBB155FF024D8B20 at phx.gbl>
Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed

Jeanne Lee & Mal Waldron, After Hours (Owl)
Leon Parker, The Simple Life (Label M)



Bob Rogers
2816 Barmettler Street
Raleigh, NC 27607
WSHA - www.wshafm.org
email: rwsfin at hotmail.com
phone: (919) 413-4126




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Message: 30
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 19:27:19 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
Subject: [JPL] Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <20060428022719.59468.qmail at web33213.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1

Has anyone read Ornette Coleman's liner notes for the Odean Pope CD "Locked
& Loaded?" I got it.......I think. For a moment I thought someone slipped
something in my orange juice. Has anyone ever interviewed him? If so, how
did it go?

  Jae Sinnett


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Message: 31
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 22:34:17 -0400
From: "Rick McLaughlin" <rick at rickmclaughlin.com>
Subject: RE: [JPL] Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes
To: "'Jazz Programmers Mailing List'" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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No, and sorry for the major change of subject, but if someone could explain
the liner notes to Barry Altschul's "You Can't Name Your Own Tune," I
wouldn't mind...

Rick

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Jae Sinnett
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2006 10:27 PM
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Subject: [JPL] Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes

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Has anyone read Ornette Coleman's liner notes for the Odean Pope CD "Locked
& Loaded?" I got it.......I think. For a moment I thought someone slipped
something in my orange juice. Has anyone ever interviewed him? If so, how
did it go?

  Jae Sinnett


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Message: 32
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 22:45:41 -0400
From: "Dr. Jazz" <drjazz at drjazz.com>
Subject: [JPL] Strong Sales for New Orleans Jazz Fest
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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Strong Sales for New Orleans Jazz Fest

By STACEY PLAISANCE, Associated Press WriterWed Apr 26, 1:34 PM ET

Like the city's first post-Katrina Mardi Gras and municipal election,
turnout for the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is anybody's guess.

But if early ticket sales and hotel reservations are any indication, the
outlook is promising, said festival producer Quint Davis, noting walk-up
ticket sales will depend largely on the weather.

The festival begins Friday and runs through Sunday, then again May 5-7.

Scheduled headliners include Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Elvis Costello
and Dr. John.

While organizers wouldn't release specific figures for advance ticket
sales, "it's about as good or better than we'd hoped," Davis said.

The annual spring fete already is proving to be a boon for hotels, in part
because large portions of the city remain uninhabitable and many visitors
who usually stay with friends and family are having to find alternative
places to stay.

Part of the crunch is related to the lodging inventory: roughly 10,000 of
the city's 38,000 hotel rooms before Katrina are still unavailable, said
Denise Estopinal, spokeswoman for the Greater New Orleans Hotel & Lodging
Association.

Some hotels are booked full for both weekends.

"There are still rooms available, but everybody's booking up," Estopinal
said. "Since there's fewer hotel rooms and the demand is there, we're gonna
be full."

In recent days, the 1,100-room Sheraton Hotel on Canal Street had about 100
unreserved rooms for both festival weekends, said spokesman Tommy Morel.

Morel said the Sheraton, a festival sponsor, would likely have had more
rooms reserved if not for a block by the Federal Emergency Management
Agency on some rooms for evacuees through early April. "We had a lot of
rooms blocked for months," he said.

While at least one of the city's major hotels, the Hyatt Regency, is still
closed because of storm damage, others are slowly reopening.

Le Richelieu, a quaint 86-room hotel in the French Quarter, is usually
booked a full year in advance Jazz Fest weekends, but wind and rain damage
caused by Katrina prevented that this year. The hotel reopened April 13
with eight rooms, though it'll have 52 rooms available for both weekends of
Jazz Fest.

Still, the inn had to turn away about 30 regular Jazz Fest guests.

"We're trying to get open completely, but we can't get materials in," said
assistant manager Sandra Boling. "It's disappointing."

To give the city's musicians more exposure during the festival, the
Sheraton is hiring several to perform at the hotel, Morel said. Among them
are Big Sam's Funky Nation brass band and singer Charmaine Neville,
daughter of saxophone player Charles Neville and niece of singer Aaron
Neville.

___

On the Net:

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival: http://www.nojazzfest.com

Copyright ) 2006 The Associated Press.


Dr. Jazz
Dr. Jazz Operations
24270 Eastwood
Oak Park, MI  48237
(248) 542-7888
http://www.drjazz.com

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Message: 33
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 23:06:02 -0400
From: "Dr. Jazz" <drjazz at drjazz.com>
Subject: [JPL] Detroit Symphony Orchestra's 2006-07 Jazz Series
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <6.0.0.22.2.20060427230355.029b01d8 at mail.drjazz.com>
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DSO Jazz Series to host 2 Marsalises

BY MARK STRYKER
FREE PRESS MUSIC WRITER

April 27, 2006

Wynton and Delfeayo won't be performing, but Branford and papa Ellis will
be making their way to Detroit. No word yet about Jason.

Announced today, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's 2006-07 Jazz Series will
have a Marsalis family complexion with two members of the famous family of
jazz musicians opening and closing the eight-concert series. In October,
pianist Ellis Marsalis, sire of the clan, will lead a "Tribute to New
Orleans," the Marsalis' hometown and, of course, the hurricane-damaged city
that gave birth to jazz.

In May, saxophonist Branford Marsalis, the eldest sibling at 45, will
appear with his quartet. Branford, who will hold the orchestra's Fred A.
and Barbara M. Erb Jazz Creative Director Chair next season, will also
appear with the DSO on its Classical Series and conduct master classes and
workshops for area students.

For the record, Ellis' other sons include trumpeter Wynton, trombonist
Delfeayo and drummer Jason. The latter often appears with his father, but
DSO officials aren't sure yet if he'll be on this gig.

For many aficionados the most eye-popping group on the schedule will be
guitarist Pat Metheny and the Brad Mehldau Trio. In the right setting,
Metheny can be one of the most satisfying improvisers in jazz, and he's an
ideal match for Mehldau, whose trio specializes in telepathic interaction
and flights of brooding ecstasy.

Other performers include Jane Monheit, Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Ramsey
Lewis and David Sanborn.

The DSO also announced its Pops Series, which includes tributes to Motown,
Ray Charles and Henry Mancini, as well as the Broadway satire "Forbidden
Broadway."

Contact MARK STRYKER at 313-222-6459 or
<mailto:stryker at freepress.com>stryker at freepress.com.

Copyright ) 2006 Detroit Free Press Inc.


Dr. Jazz
Dr. Jazz Operations
24270 Eastwood
Oak Park, MI  48237
(248) 542-7888
http://www.drjazz.com

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Message: 34
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 23:19:11 -0400
From: J Stein <jstein at berklee.edu>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes
To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <6C6C6A86-F1BE-4880-8902-DE976D92A5A7 at berklee.edu>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII; delsp=yes; format=flowed

Jae,

Ornette was given an honorary doctorate by Berklee College of Music
in January during our annual faculty development mini-conference.  Jo
Ann Brackeen, who is a member of the Berklee faculty, has been
hanging with him and arranged it.  She and Greg Osby did a tribute to
Ornette, played a couple of his tunes.  Then Ornette was publicly
interviewed by another faculty member.  It was pretty interesting, to
say the least.  I think Ornette communicates on a some levels very
deeply.  He wears a mantle of wisdom, utter sincerity, and
spirituality.  He spoke from those places and I heard him.  It wasn't
easy to follow his words on a logical level so, instead of listening
to him with my intellect, I listened with my heart and in my gut.

Best,

John Stein


On Apr 27, 2006, at 10:27 PM, Jae Sinnett wrote:
> -------------------------------------------
> Has anyone read Ornette Coleman's liner notes for the Odean Pope CD
> "Locked & Loaded?" I got it.......I think. For a moment I thought
> someone slipped something in my orange juice. Has anyone ever
> interviewed him? If so, how did it go?
>
>   Jae Sinnett
>


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Message: 35
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 03:58:12 +0000
From: "Larry Appelbaum" <jumpmonk at hotmail.com>
Subject: RE: [JPL] Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <BAY103-F196A4FFE382691551A1936CAB20 at phx.gbl>
Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed

>Has anyone read Ornette Coleman's liner notes for the Odean Pope CD "Locked
>& Loaded?" I got it.......I think. For a moment I thought someone slipped
>something in my orange juice. Has anyone ever interviewed him? If so, how
>did it go?
>   Jae Sinnett

Ornette has always lived in his own world. It's worth re-reading A.B.
Spellman's book "Four Jazz Lives" (formerly Four Lives In The Bebop
Business), which has an interesting chapter on Ornette, much of it in his
own voice. There's also a fascinating interview w/Ornette in Art Taylor's
book "Notes & Tones." More recently, Robin James wrote a short interview
w/Ornette in the Dec. '05 issue of Down Beat. And if you can find it, take a
look at Shirley Clarke's film "Ornette: Made In America."

I would also like to know if anyone here has interviewed him.

Larry Appelbaum




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Message: 36
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 00:34:29 -0500
From: <Jim.Clark at state.sd.us>
Subject: [JPL] top 30 new releases for week of April 24--South Dakota
	Public	Broadcasting
To: <jazzproglist at yellowdog.com>
Message-ID:
	<96BEB5598E084540878C0D79CEF1B3E7A5BA2D at ESPR1EXC03.state.sd.local>
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Hi Jazz Folks:   Here are the top 30 new jazz releases I've been
featuring on my "Jazz Nightly" show for the week of April 24, 2006.
Regards,


Jim Clark
Jazz Music Director/Host
South Dakota Public Broadcasting Network/Radio
Vermillion, South Dakota



TOP 3 PICKS OF THE WEEK...5 SPINS

1)--The Gary Urwin Jazz Orchestra with Bill Watrous and Pete
Christlieb---"Kindred Spirits"      Summit Records

2)--Karrin Allyson---"Footprints"       Concord Jazz

3)--Phil Woods and the Los Angeles Jazz Orchestra---"Unheard Herd"
Jazzed Media


HEAVY AIRPLAY...3 SPINS

4)--Bob Belden---"Original Soundtrack--Three Days of Rain"
Sunnyside

5)--Pat Martino---"Remember: A Tribute To Wes Montgomery"       Blue
Note

6)--Chuck Redd---"Chuck Redd Remembers Barney Kessel--Happy All The
Time"      Arbor Records

7)--Joey DeFrancesco---"Organic Vibes"       Concord Jazz

8)--David "Fathead" Newman---"Cityscape"      High Note

9)--Jaco Pastorius Big Band---"The Word Is Out!"      Heads Up

10)--Beegie Adair---"Sentimental Journey"       Village Square Music

11)--Taylor Eigsti---"Lucky To Be Me"        Concord Jazz

12)--Jimmy Cobb---"Marsalis Music Honors Series--Jimmy Cobb"
Marsalis Music/Rounder

13)--Ernie Andrews---"How About Me"       High Note

14)--Hawk-Richard Jazz Orchestra---"Reunion"       Sea Breeze Jazz

15)--Maria Schneider Orchestra---"Live at the Jazz Standard--Days of
Wine and Roses"       Artistshare

16)--Tom Scott---"Bebop United"      Manchester Craftsmen's Guild

17)--Tony Monaco---"East To West"      Chicken Coup Records

18)--Bob Mintzer Big Band---"Old School: New Lessons"      Manchester
Craftsmen's Guild

19)--Karen Blixt---"Spin This"       Hi-Fli Records

20)--Dave Douglas---"Meaning and Mystery"       Greenleaf


MEDIUM AIRPLAY...2 SPINS

21)--Richie Cole and Art Pepper---"Richie Cole Meets Art Pepper--A Piece
of Jazz History"       Jazz Excursions   (NEW THIS WEEK)

22)--Roy Hargrove---"Nothing Serious"       Verve    (NEW THIS WEEK)

23)--Keith Oxman---"Dues In Progress"       Capri Records

24)--Roseanna Vitro---"Live at the Kennedy Center"      Challenge
Records

25)--Harvie S--"Funky Cha"     Zoho

26)--Larry Willis Trio---"The Big Push"     High Note

27)--Cyrus Chestnut---"Genuine Chestnut"       Telarc

28)--Oscar Castro-Neves---"All One"       Mack Avenue Records

29)--Peggy Lee---"Peggy Lee Sings Leiber and Stoller"     A&M Records

30)--Carol Robbins---"Jazz Play"      Jazzcats

jc


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Message: 37
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 00:35:10 -0500
From: <Jim.Clark at state.sd.us>
Subject: [JPL] RE: top 30 new releases for week of April 24--South
	Dakota	Public Broadcasting
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID:
	<96BEB5598E084540878C0D79CEF1B3E7A5BA2E at ESPR1EXC03.state.sd.local>
Content-Type: text/plain;	charset="us-ascii"





	Hi Jazz Folks:   Here are the top 30 new jazz releases I've been
featuring on my "Jazz Nightly" show for the week of April 24, 2006.
Regards,


	Jim Clark
	Jazz Music Director/Host
	South Dakota Public Broadcasting Network/Radio
	Vermillion, South Dakota



	TOP 3 PICKS OF THE WEEK...5 SPINS

	1)--The Gary Urwin Jazz Orchestra with Bill Watrous and Pete
Christlieb---"Kindred Spirits"      Summit Records

	2)--Karrin Allyson---"Footprints"       Concord Jazz

	3)--Phil Woods and the Los Angeles Jazz Orchestra---"Unheard
Herd"         Jazzed Media


	HEAVY AIRPLAY...3 SPINS

	4)--Bob Belden---"Original Soundtrack--Three Days of Rain"
Sunnyside

	5)--Pat Martino---"Remember: A Tribute To Wes Montgomery"
Blue Note

	6)--Chuck Redd---"Chuck Redd Remembers Barney Kessel--Happy All
The Time"      Arbor Records

	7)--Joey DeFrancesco---"Organic Vibes"       Concord Jazz

	8)--David "Fathead" Newman---"Cityscape"      High Note

	9)--Jaco Pastorius Big Band---"The Word Is Out!"      Heads Up

	10)--Beegie Adair---"Sentimental Journey"       Village Square
Music

	11)--Taylor Eigsti---"Lucky To Be Me"        Concord Jazz

	12)--Jimmy Cobb---"Marsalis Music Honors Series--Jimmy Cobb"
Marsalis Music/Rounder

	13)--Ernie Andrews---"How About Me"       High Note

	14)--Hawk-Richard Jazz Orchestra---"Reunion"       Sea Breeze
Jazz

	15)--Maria Schneider Orchestra---"Live at the Jazz
Standard--Days of Wine and Roses"       Artistshare

	16)--Tom Scott---"Bebop United"      Manchester Craftsmen's
Guild

	17)--Tony Monaco---"East To West"      Chicken Coup Records

	18)--Bob Mintzer Big Band---"Old School: New Lessons"
Manchester Craftsmen's Guild

	19)--Karen Blixt---"Spin This"       Hi-Fli Records

	20)--Dave Douglas---"Meaning and Mystery"       Greenleaf


	MEDIUM AIRPLAY...2 SPINS

	21)--Richie Cole and Art Pepper---"Richie Cole Meets Art
Pepper--A Piece of Jazz History"       Jazz Excursions   (NEW THIS WEEK)

	22)--Roy Hargrove---"Nothing Serious"       Verve    (NEW THIS
WEEK)

	23)--Keith Oxman---"Dues In Progress"       Capri Records

	24)--Roseanna Vitro---"Live at the Kennedy Center"
Challenge Records

	25)--Harvie S--"Funky Cha"     Zoho

	26)--Larry Willis Trio---"The Big Push"     High Note

	27)--Cyrus Chestnut---"Genuine Chestnut"       Telarc

	28)--Oscar Castro-Neves---"All One"       Mack Avenue Records

	29)--Peggy Lee---"Peggy Lee Sings Leiber and Stoller"     A&M
Records

	30)--Carol Robbins---"Jazz Play"      Jazzcats

	jc



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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

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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