[JPL] Stephen Colbert disses John Zorn

Hoff, Robert rhoff at mercyhurst.edu
Sat Sep 23 22:18:55 EDT 2006


I'm sure we all recall how Roy Eldridge made similar comments about Bird's music back in the day...


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After viewing the video of Stephen Colbert dissing Zorn I can only say that 
the cut Colbert played personified the sound of a cat, a mouse, and 
shrieking in a garbage can falling down a flight of carpeted stairs after 
swallowing balloons.  I couldn't agree with him more.  I actually liked his 
performance with Kareem Jabbar better but they still get NO airplay.

Aloha,

Bobby Jackson
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> Hey Rob,
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> Of course I am no authority on the radio play part, but I wanted to put in 
> a
> vote for the Masada record Alef (which it totally unbelievable - Jae, 
> check
> out Joey Baron's ride cymbal - completely dry, sounds like a freaking
> garbage can lid or something - but absolutely burning...).
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> Also The Big Gundown unbelievable.
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> So, here's my question:  How often does Zorn get airplay on jazz radio?
> I've gotten positive response to his live Masada recordings and especially
> to Zorn's The Gift.
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> Rob Hoff
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> Also here... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rmQK7rLOg8
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> [FB]
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>> > Stephen Colbert on John Zorn's MacArther grant:
>> > http://www.comedycentral.com/motherload/index.jhtml?ml_video=75700
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>> We're sorry, but MotherLoad will only play on PCs with Windows XP or
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