[JPL] jazz vital signs

rick rick at jazzrockworld.com
Mon Jul 31 14:16:22 EDT 2006


Hi Nancy,

If that attitude was a disease, let's hope it's contagious. Excellent point
and it goes for so many other things. What's the old expression, smile at
the world and it will smile back? Good philosophy. As I've said, my original
post was a big gamble and calculated risk, but the message in the message
was a positive one. Or at least I tried to make it that way. 

Best,

Rick


 

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More signs of jazz life

Royal Conservatory has adopted the inclusion of jazz education More jazz
programs in post-secondary schools More jazz camps popping up all over the
place More jazz students enrolling More jazz stations via satellite, jazz
downloads, ipods, etc. etc.
(affording a continuous growth of opportunity) More jazz DVD sales than ever
before More jazz products being manufactured then ever before More jazz
ticket sales (theatres, festivals, etc) then ever before More jazz
television programming then ever before

Soundscan only gives a fraction of the story.

Mother Teresa was once asked if she would join a War Protest.
She answered no, but to please invite her when they were ready to do a Peace
Demonstration, she would be happy to join. <paraphrased here>

The lesson is that what you focus on expands.  If you focus on all the
problems jazz has, that's what you will attract.  If you focus on solutions,
you'll get more of those.

Culture has never been in a better state of expansion.  It's
cross-pollinating, it's fluid, it's in a state of constant creativity.
Culture isn't dying, it's just beginning.  Jazz included.

Nancy Houle




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> In a message dated 7/30/2006 2:50:55 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
> jumpmonk at hotmail.com writes:
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> If jazz  is dying, why are so many jazz festivals doing so well?
>
> Larry  Appelbaum
> WPFW-FM
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> because those musician aren't dead.
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> This week's sponsor: Sunnyside Records - Steven Bernstein's Millennial
Territory Orchestra
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> MTO Volume 1 is the debut album from Steven Bernstein's Millennial
Territory Orchestra.  The nine-piece outfit features some of Gotham's most
original musical voices, wicked and well-traveled improvisers who tear into
and savor Bernstein's arrangements like the tangiest Kansas City barbecue.
The selection of tunes includes classic '20s fare (Charlie Johnson's ''Boy
in the Boat,'' Bennie Moten's ''Toby'') and the kind of contemporary pop and
R&amp;B hits (Prince's ''Darling Nikki,'' Stevie Wonder's ''Signed, Sealed,
Delivered'') that have long been part of Bernstein's repertoire. The
vibrancy of the playing, the wit and sass of the arrangements, uncovers the
genetic code that makes Bennie Moten and Prince funk-soul brothers of the
first order. All this, without once conjuring the snoot of academe or
dreaded notions of ''post-modern jazz.''
>
> The Millennial Territory Orchestra is:  Steven Bernstein (trumpet, 
> slide
trumpet), Ben Allison (bass) Peter Apfelbaum (tenor) Charlie Burnham
(violin) Clark Gayton (trombone), Erik Lawrence (baritone, soprano) Matt
Munisteri (guitar, banjo, vocal), Ben Perowsky (drums) Doug Wieselman
(clarinet, tenor saxophone) and special guest Doug Wamble (guitar, vocal) on
''Signed, Sealed &amp; Delivered''
>
> IN STORES 8/1.
>
> AT RADIO...right...about.....now.  Got it?  Hope so.
>
> Contact:
> Garrett Shelton at Sunnyside Records  - garrett at sunnysiderecords.com
>
> Also check out:  www.stevenbernstein.net
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MTO Volume 1 is the debut album from Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory
Orchestra.  The nine-piece outfit features some of Gotham's most original
musical voices, wicked and well-traveled improvisers who tear into and savor
Bernstein's arrangements like the tangiest Kansas City barbecue. The
selection of tunes includes classic '20s fare (Charlie Johnson's ''Boy in
the Boat,'' Bennie Moten's ''Toby'') and the kind of contemporary pop and
R&amp;B hits (Prince's ''Darling Nikki,'' Stevie Wonder's ''Signed, Sealed,
Delivered'') that have long been part of Bernstein's repertoire. The
vibrancy of the playing, the wit and sass of the arrangements, uncovers the
genetic code that makes Bennie Moten and Prince funk-soul brothers of the
first order. All this, without once conjuring the snoot of academe or
dreaded notions of ''post-modern jazz.''

The Millennial Territory Orchestra is:  Steven Bernstein (trumpet, slide
trumpet), Ben Allison (bass) Peter Apfelbaum (tenor) Charlie Burnham
(violin) Clark Gayton (trombone), Erik Lawrence (baritone, soprano) Matt
Munisteri (guitar, banjo, vocal), Ben Perowsky (drums) Doug Wieselman
(clarinet, tenor saxophone) and special guest Doug Wamble (guitar, vocal) on
''Signed, Sealed &amp; Delivered''

IN STORES 8/1.

AT RADIO...right...about.....now.  Got it?  Hope so.

Contact:
Garrett Shelton at Sunnyside Records  - garrett at sunnysiderecords.com

Also check out:  www.stevenbernstein.net

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