[JPL] Re: jazzproglist Digest, Vol 8, Issue 305

s8nochaser at aol.com s8nochaser at aol.com
Wed Oct 11 10:02:19 EDT 2006

Hey David,
I grew up in the same envirnement, and watched the '62 Amazin' Mets go 40-122 the first season in the Polo Grounds while Shea Stadium was being buit. 
I never since then EVER connected Jane Jarvis and Charles "The Mighty Burner" Earland.
Great anecdote!!
Mike Schwartz/KSJS
-----Original Message-----
From: davidgolden99 at yahoo.com
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Sent: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 5:32 AM
Subject: [JPL] Re: jazzproglist Digest, Vol 8, Issue 305


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Let me try to bring it back on topic. ;-)

I grew up as a Mets fan in the 1960s. A visit to Shea Stadium included musical 
interludes by organist Jane Jarvis. Something about that sound stuck with me, 
and as a jazz radio programmer, I have always included a good amount of the 
Burner, Joey D., Jimmy Smith, Dr. Lonnie Smith and other B3 masters. In fact, my 
WPKN web page lists B3 music as part of my Quality Assurance Pledge. Jane Jarvis 
gave up her organ gig at Shea in 1979, then became a full-time pianist, playing 
with Milt Hinton and recording a few albums.
David Golden 
Press & Publicity Coordinator 
WPKN 89.5 FM Bridgeport, CT 

----- Original Message ----

From: Jim Wilke <jwilke123 at comcast.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] background on the Mets/A's
To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List jazzproglist at jazzweek.com

While it's refreshing to get away from some of the topics that have 
been beat to death here lately, haven't we drifted a trifle off 
subject?   Could this discussion be handled in personal emails?   I 
feel like I've taken a wrong turn and ended up in a sports bar!



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