[JPL] Independence Day Weekend programming

Tom Mallison tomthejazzman at earthlink.net
Wed Jul 5 21:55:36 EDT 2006


I appreciate your opinion Jae, but that is not the case.  Even the top 
ten releases for the most part were off in total spins so it must have 
been alternative programming like Louis Armstrong Tributes, Military 
Jazz Bands and live remotes would be my guess or in my case prerecorded 
programming that included many of the Jazz Evergreen Artists and 
selections.  Again just another opinion.
ALOHA from Montreal de Jazz Festival
Tom

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> On Jul 5, 2006, at 9:27 PM, Jae Sinnett wrote:
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>> It could also have to do with the number of several weak new  
>> releases. Slow period for top of the line new recordings. My  opinion 
>> of course.
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>>   Jae Sinnett
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> Spins were off across the board -- 45 of the top 50 declined  
> significantly -- including Roy Hargrove, Mark Elf, and Eldar, which  
> I'm guessing are not in your category of weak releases.  So it's not  
> likely that entirely.
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