[JPL] Roberta Gambarini

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Wed Sep 13 18:11:45 EDT 2006


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> Bob,
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> Huh?????  
> 
> Not yet..........not yet..............not yet.............using that baseball
> analogy, one season doesn't make a career.  Talk to me next year and the year
> after that.  Let's have some history, not today's flavor please...
> 
> Bobby Jackson
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> [mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Bob Stockton
> Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 5:04 PM
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> Subject: Re: [JPL] Roberta Gambarini
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> Well, one way to look objectively at this issue is to use an analogy, and as
> I'm a baseball junkie I'll use a baseball one.
> 
> It certainly would not be appropriate to compare young Phillies slugger Ryan
> Howard to Babe Ruth at this early stage in Howard's career, but I think it
> would be fair to compare the two at comparable stages of their careers,
> which would give Mr. Howard a valid claim to be Ruth's equal at that moment
> in time.
> 
> If one then makes the same comparison with  Ms. Gambini and say Ella's early
> career with Chick Webb, then I think the comparison is valid.
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> Subject: Re: [JPL] Roberta Gambarini
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> Coming next spring from IPO Recordings...
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> First studio recordings recorded this past June in NYC...
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> THE HANK JONES ­ JAMES MOODY QUARTET (Title TBD)
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> Hank Jones  ­             Piano
> James Moody ­           Tenor saxophone and flute
> Todd Coolman ­         Bass
> Adam Nussbaum  ­   Drums
> Roberta Gamborini  ­ Vocals*
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> Tunes (final selection and order to be determined):
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> Good Bait
> Woody ON You
> Soultrane
> Ugly Beauty
> Moody¹s Groove*
> Fools Rush In*
> Polka Dots and Moonbeams*
> Birk¹s Works
> Our Delight
> Con Alma
> Darbin and the Redd Fox
> Eternal Triangle
> Lady Bird
> Body and Soul
> Old Folks
> 
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> ''It goes without saying that FRANK SINATRA could have enlisted the services
> of any accompanist he wanted. The fact that he chose RUSS KASSOFF speaks
> volumes about Kassoff's unequivocal artistry, which is splendidly showcased on
> SOMEWHERE'' (Jack Bowers-AAJ).  After almost 40 years as a professional
> musician, KASSOFF's first album as a leader features his serene beauty,
> intriguing style, and vivid concepts as an outstanding composer and gifted
> improviser.  With MARTIN WIND (bass) and TIM HORNER (drums), ''SOMEWHERE is
> vibrant, compelling, and destined to become an essential component of
> collections that favor jazz trios'' (Paula Edelstein-AMG).  ''Performed with
> class and a fine touch'' (Marion McPartland), ''SOMEWHERE is a masterpiece''
> (Bucky Pizzarelli).
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> ''It goes without saying that FRANK SINATRA could have enlisted the services
> of any accompanist he wanted. The fact that he chose RUSS KASSOFF speaks
> volumes about Kassoff's unequivocal artistry, which is splendidly showcased on
> SOMEWHERE'' (Jack Bowers-AAJ).  After almost 40 years as a professional
> musician, KASSOFF's first album as a leader features his serene beauty,
> intriguing style, and vivid concepts as an outstanding composer and gifted
> improviser.  With MARTIN WIND (bass) and TIM HORNER (drums), ''SOMEWHERE is
> vibrant, compelling, and destined to become an essential component of
> collections that favor jazz trios'' (Paula Edelstein-AMG).  ''Performed with
> class and a fine touch'' (Marion McPartland), ''SOMEWHERE is a masterpiece''
> (Bucky Pizzarelli).
>  
> ON YOUR DESKS NOW!
>  
> GOING FOR ADDS:  8/28
>  
> Available on-line:  www.cdbaby.com/kassoff
>  
> FALL ITINERARY (including Knickerbocker in NYC with BUCKY PIZZARELLI Sept.
> 28-30), (Midtown Jazz at Midday - Saint Peter's @ Citicorp NYC - 1 PM Oct.11),
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