RE: Smokey Robinson!!! Re: [JPL] Gladys Knight - Say What?

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Tue Sep 12 16:52:19 EDT 2006


Hi Jim,

Roberta is the most exciting and refreshing new voice in jazz music
today and is getting the love she deserves.  I haven't seen one
dissenting voice about her talent on this panel and in my own shop.

Aloha,

Bobby

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Subject: Re: Smokey Robinson!!! Re: [JPL] Gladys Knight - Say What?

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Agreed,  Bobby, and all the more reason to get behind the ones who ARE 
really good and hold the torch high!  What do you think of Roberta?

Jim


On Tuesday, September 12, 2006, at 01:37  PM, Jackson, Bobby wrote:

>
> There are too many so called jazz singers who haven't made a good 
> record
> yet but have dedicated themselves to the art form.  I have stacks of
> them on my desk just waiting to be tipped into the endless abyss of 
> file
> 13.  Gladys is certainly not one of them.
>

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