[JPL] Revisiting Ray's art with a Basie-less band

tomthejazzman at earthlink.net tomthejazzman at earthlink.net
Fri Sep 29 13:33:38 EDT 2006


Quincy went to bad in support of the project in the inside liner notes. 
"When 21st century technology and timeless soul come together , watch out! 
This one is for the ages."

I like it and all this fretting and picking will not ever cross the ears of
my listeners.  It will be another new release of Charles and Basie.  
ALOHA
Tom


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> From: Jackson, Bobby <Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org>
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> Date: 9/29/2006 1:23:28 PM
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> It was good to see long time Ray Charles long time manager Joe Adams
> hand in this recreation.  People who worked with Ray in his hey day like
> Adams or the late great Sid Feller; the people who worked closest with
> Ray needed to have their hands and minds in it to make sure it was
> pulled off correctly.   I remember all of the hoopla a few weeks back
> about this recording on JPL.  I myself had reservations about this
> recording but not anymore.  I love Ray and Basie and I love the record.
> It would be interesting to hear what people like Quincy Jones or Joel
> Dorn think about it.
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> Bobby Jackson
> WCPN-FM
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> The art in this is in reconstruction, not performance. The genius is in
> the  
> patching, not the singing and playing.
>  
> Tear down an old house, change the appearance, re-use some old wood and
> some 
> new. The new house looks good. Do we praise the long-gone architect for
>
> coming up with an ageless design, the original carpenter, or the
> restorer?
>  
> Ed 
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