[JPL] good career move

philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com
Wed Jul 12 16:48:36 EDT 2006


I'd agree:

I've had nothing but good experiences with Gonzalo, including a 
pleasant interview with him (for DB) before a performance at the 
Montreal festival several years ago.

I was then, and I remain impressed by his high-level playing and his 
interest in pursuing some challenging directions with his music.

Philip   

> I wanted to point out that despite all of the roadblocks, Gonzalo 
> remained the consummate gentleman and handled himself as a 
> professional, and indeed, the show did go on.
> 
> Just wanted to speak up on his behalf.  I remain a fan personally 
> and 
> professionally.
> 
> Laura
> 
> Laura Henrich
> O:  610-664.8731
> C:  484-467-4315
> 
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> In a message dated 7/12/2006 2:26:16 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> eric-jackson at comcast.net writes:
> 
> Let's  not forget that the Regattabar is booked by the folks at 
> the 
> Blue
> Note.
> This could affect other gigs as well.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> it's only going to hurt his fanbase too.
> there's nothing like asking someone out to a show, charging 
> tickets to 
> your
> cc, spending an hour getting ready, going to dinner ahead of time, 
> and 
> then
> showing up at the club only to find that the guy won't play 
> because he 
> couldn't
>  get the exact piano he wanted. those people are never going to 
> want to 
> hear
> from  Gonzo again.
> -david
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> A sinfully sultry mix of originals and standards'' is what 
> JazzTrenzz 
> reviewer
> Karl Stober had to say about composer/pianist Lisa Hilton's latest 
> release,
> 'MIDNIGHT IN MANHATTAN', (Ruby Slippers Productions).  Inspired by 
> a 
> late New
> York night, she has once again created a recording full of 
> evocative 
> moods,
> strong melodies and expressive arrangements.  Creating a new band  
> for 
> these
> sessions, 'Midnight In Manhattan' also features famed Brubeck 
> saxman 
> Bobby
> Militello, John Friday on drums and long time bassist Reggie McBride. 
> Eighteen-time Grammy winning engineer/producer Al Schmitt recorded 
> and 
> mixed
> with Hilton in Studio A/Capitol Studios keeping a natural sound 
> that 
> compliments
> the straight ahead tracks.
> 
> Trained in contemporary and classical piano, Hilton contemplated 
> jazz 
> greats for
> inspiration.  ''I've always been inspired by the melodies of our 
> great 
> American
> songwriters of the 30's, the rhythmic hooks of classic jazz of the 
> 50's 
> and a
> bit of our blues from the South'' comments Hilton, ''but I do 
> think 
> that jazz
> can be inspired by this musical heritage and still sound cool today.''
> 
> Hilton's music continues to earn numerous awards and honors.  Her 
> music 
> is
> distributed by Navarre and is available at most retail and online 
> stores.  Her
> website is: www.lisahiltonmusic.com.
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> A sinfully sultry mix of originals and standards'' is what 
> JazzTrenzz reviewer Karl Stober had to say about composer/pianist 
> Lisa Hilton's latest release, 'MIDNIGHT IN MANHATTAN', (Ruby 
> Slippers Productions).  Inspired by a late New York night, she has 
> once again created a recording full of evocative moods, strong 
> melodies and expressive arrangements.  Creating a new band  for 
> these sessions, 'Midnight In Manhattan' also features famed 
> Brubeck saxman Bobby Militello, John Friday on drums and long time 
> bassist Reggie McBride.  Eighteen-time Grammy winning 
> engineer/producer Al Schmitt recorded and mixed with Hilton in 
> Studio A/Capitol Studios keeping a natural sound that compliments 
> the straight ahead tracks.
> 
> Trained in contemporary and classical piano, Hilton contemplated 
> jazz greats for inspiration.  ''I've always been inspired by the 
> melodies of our great American songwriters of the 30's, the 
> rhythmic hooks of classic jazz of the 50's and a bit of our blues 
> from the South'' comments Hilton, ''but I do think that jazz can 
> be inspired by this musical heritage and still sound cool today.''
> 
> Hilton's music continues to earn numerous awards and honors.  Her 
> music is distributed by Navarre and is available at most retail 
> and online stores.  Her website is: www.lisahiltonmusic.com.
> 
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