[JPL] Mix-up Sends Rap, Jazz CDs To Church Campers

Bob Stockton drbob at modernjazzclassics.com
Thu Jul 20 16:48:05 EDT 2006

 Wonder who got the church discs?
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> Mix-up Sends Rap, Jazz CDs To Church Campers
> July 20th, 2006 @ 11:23am
> SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A few teenagers at the Mormon church-based 
> Especially
> for Youth summer camps mistakenly were given rap CDs with profane lyrics
> instead of discs of inspirational music.
> The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints apologized for the mix up,
> which happened last month.
> "The content on the erroneous CD does not reflect the standards of the
> church nor what we support at EFY," Gregory M. Tanner, director of Church
> Educational Systems' youth programs, wrote in a July 7 letter that was
> mailed to roughly 23,000 parents. "It is the furthest from the type of 
> music
> we would support or condone."
> More than 20,000 copies of "The Greatest Gift," a Mormon church-produced
> compact disc of original religious songs, were distributed to teens ages 
> 14
> to 18 at Especially For Youth camps across the country, a program run by
> Brigham Young University.
> But at least four campers were given Paul Wall and Judge Dredd's "Hometown
> Dreamin," which comes with a "parental advisory" sticker, BYU spokeswoman
> Carri Jenkins said Wednesday. Another six received a CD of jazz music.
> The erroneous CDs, which were produced by Utah County-based Media Fast, 
> had
> "The Greatest Gift" cover printed on them, she said.
> "There are probably a few more out there that we're not aware of," said
> Jenkins.
> Media Fast manager Bart Howell said the discs were manufactured by an
> out-of-state vendor hired by his company.
> The company is investigating the mix up and has examined its remaining
> inventory of the CDs for Especially For Youth to make sure the mistake
> doesn't happen again, he said.
> ------  Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune, http://www.sltrib.com
> (Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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