RE: [JPL] Ed Bradley

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Thu Nov 9 14:30:28 EST 2006


Eric,

Sounds like a great place to have grown up in and be exposed to the music.  I'm reminded of a saying that goes, "enjoy every sandwich."  That's the best sandwich I've heard of in a long time.  Bradley will certainly be missed.  He was a great, sensitive and gifted journalist.

I wonder who will fill Bradley's shoes on "Jazz From Lincoln Center."  I couldn't help but think of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for some reason.

Bobby Jackson

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On Thursday 09 November 2006 12:24, Dr. Jazz wrote:

> CBS Newsman and a great supporter of jazz has passed away from leukemia.

Sad news. I grew up in Camden, NJ just across the river from Philadelphia. 
When I was in elementary school and in Jr high school, Philly had two 
commercial 24 hour jazz stations. Joel Dorn did the evening shift at one of 
the stations. Ed Bradley was the evening announcer on the other station.

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