[JPL] RE: jazzproglist Digest, Vol 9, Issue 70

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Today's Topics:

   1. KRFC FT COLLINS --- The 03/02/07 "PlayList" of Peter L.Poses,
      Host of "OverNight Jazz: The Soundz Of Surprize" ---
      www.krfcfm.org  (Peter Poses)
   2. WFCR Playlist/Jazz ? la Mode, March 2, 2007 (Tom Reney)
   3. Chick' Corea The noted pianist and composer on his favorite
      jazz albums (Jazz Promo Services)
   4. Chuck Owen  (philip booth)
   5. PLAYLIST: The Next Jazz America on VOA (davispro at nyc.rr.com)
   6. Re: Chuck Owen  (OntheBeach at aol.com)
   7. "Jazz In Our Time"  Kennedy Center Celebration (Larry Appelbaum)
   8. Marsalis On ABC "This Week W/ G. Stephanopoulos" This Sunday
      (Jazz Promo Services)
   9. March 4, 2007  Dobbin's Den  617 (Len Dobbin)
  10. PLAYLIST: WNMC Weekly Main Jazz, A-G Jazz & World Spins
      (Thomas M. "Biz" Bisard)
  11. Wynton/ ABC "This Week (Jae Sinnett)
  12. PLAYLIST: WNMC 90.7 FM Station ADDS + ARCHIVES 3/2/07
      (Thomas M. "Biz" Bisard)
  13. PLAYLIST: WNMC 90.7 FM Friday Afternoon Jazz 3/2/07
      (Thomas M. "Biz" Bisard)
  14. Re: Wynton/ ABC "This Week (louisx at verizon.net)
  15. Re: Wynton/ ABC "This Week (Bobby Jackson)
  16. Re: Wynton/ ABC "This Week (Ed Trefzger)
  17. Re: Wynton/ ABC "This Week (louisx at verizon.net)
  18. PLAYLIST:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg March 3, 2007
      (Maurice Hogue)
  19. Re: Wynton/ ABC "This Week (Bobby Jackson)
  20. New Zealand - Mark Robinson - Playlists for weekending 4th
      March 2007 (Mark Robinson)
  21. Re: Wynton/ ABC "This Week (JanLeder at aol.com)


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Message: 1
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 02:02:07 -0700
From: "Peter Poses" <pposes at earthlink.net>
Subject: [JPL] KRFC FT COLLINS --- The 03/02/07 "PlayList" of Peter
	L.Poses,	Host of "OverNight Jazz: The Soundz Of Surprize" ---
	www.krfcfm.org 
To: "Jazz Programmers List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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	 	The 03/02/07 "PlayList" of Peter L. Poses, Host of
"OverNight Jazz:
		The Soundz Of Surprize" from 'Round MidNight Thurzz. to 6AM
Fri. on 		KRFC
FT COLLINS (CO), "HomeGrown Community Radio" --- 88.9FM ---
		www.krfcfm.org. Poses is Associate Editor of "The Rocky
Mountain Jazz
		Beat", contributin' a weekly column, "The SOS" (The Soundz
Of
		Surprize",for www.rockymountainjazz.com, The Jazz.com for N.
CO & The
		Front Range, Ned Radinsky, Publisher/Editor-In-Chief and
Jazz
		Photographer.

	
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		Themezz: Reality & Fantasy; Home & Away; and Spring.
		Up-Comin' Gigzz:  Ralph Sharon; Matt Wilson (The Arts &
Crafts 			Band;
Convergence; & Kurt Elling;Bobby Shew; Lenore Raphael; Ralph
Sharon;
UNC/Greeley Jazz Fest.
		CD/Artist Releases: Nelson Hinds(S-P);Wil Swindler
(HojNojMusic).
		Convergence(Capri); Jeff Darrohn (Jazzed Media).
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	(Artist - Track - Album - Label)

	1ST HR. --- ('Round MidNight - 1 AM).

	Monk's Music Trio - 'Round Midnight - Monk's Bones - CMB
	Mike Holober - Nancy - Wish List - Sons Of Sound
	Ray Kennedy Trio - The Dreamer - Plays The Music Of Arthur Schwartz
-
Arbors 	Jazz
	Jane Stuart- Out Of This World - Beginning To See The Light - S-P
	Bunny Berigan - In A Mist - A Melody From The Sky - Jazz Legends
	Thomas Marriott - So Near, So Far - Both Sides Of The Fence - Origin
	Kurt Elling - Never NeverLand - Close Your Eyes - Blue Note
	Will Bernard - Share The Sea - Party Hats - Palmetto
	Allen Vache - Air Mail Special - AV: With Benny In MInd - Arbors
Jazz

	2ND HR. --- (1 - 2AM).

	John La Barbera - Pythodd Fellows - Fantazm - Jazz Compass
	Mike Marshall/Hamilton De Holanda - BIG Country - New Words/Nova
Palavras -
Adventure Music
	Jeff Darrohn - 60 T-Bird - 60 T-Bird - Jazzed Media
	Joan Crowe - Bird Of A Wire - Bird On A Wire - S-P
	Larry Ham - Softly As In A Morning Sunrise - Carousel - S-P
	Nelson Hinds - Hollywood Blues - Streamin' - S-P
	Veronica Nunn - I'm Old Fashioned - Standard Delivery - Dead Horse
Records
	Dexter Gordon - "Lady Iris B' - RVG Sampler - EMI/Blue Note
	Marlene Ver Planck - You Must Believe In Spring - Audiophile

	3RD HR. --- (2 - 3AM).

	Wil Swindler/Stephen Smith  - Feynman's Flower - Chamb er Jazz
Ensemble -
NohJohMusic
	Convergence - 5 Years Ago - Modern Man - Capri
	Bobby Shew - Cancao Nocturna - Cancao Amor: The Music Of Reed Kotler
-
Torii
	Grant Stewart - Wifes & Lovers - In The Still Of The Night - Sharp
Nine
	Matt Ray - Where Were You When I Needed You? - Lost In NY - CAP
	Randy Crawford & Joe Sample - MidNight Cowboy - Feeling Good - PRA
	Vic Juris/Jimmy Bruno/Corey Christiansen - Freedom Jazz Dance - Mel
Bay

	4TH HR. (3 - 4AM).

	WDR BIG Band w/ Patti Austin - Swanee - Avant Gershwin - Rendevous
	Romero Lubambo - Just The Two Of Us - Softly - MaxJazz
	John McNeil - Internal Hurdles - East Coast Cool - OmniTone
	Alister Spence Trio - Luminescence Intro - Mercury - Rufus
Records/Universal
	Alister Spence Trio - Luminescence - Mercury - Rufus
Records/Universal
	Matt Wilson/Arts & Crafts Band - The Bat - The Scenic
	Route - Palmetto
	Kendra Shank - Bird Alone - A Spirit Free: Abbey Lincoln
	Songbook - Challenge
	Wayne Wallace - Nadie - The ReckLess Search For Beauty - Patois
	Benny Reid - Findings: A Quest For Peace - Findings - Concord

	5TH HR. --- (4 - 5AM).

	Abram Wilson - Looking To The Outside - AW Ride!: Ferris Wheel To
The
Modern 	Day - Dune
	Teri Roiger - Maybe - Still Life - Maki Records
	Lenore Raphael - Sweet Little Sambe - The Whole Truth -
S-P/Swingin'Fox
	Nate Najar - Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most - I'm All Smiles
- S-P
	Dave Valentin - House Of The Sun - Come Fly With Me - High Note
	Sherri Roberts - Tell Me My Name - The Sky Couls Send You - Pacific
Coast
Jazz
	Steve Turre - Da Blues - Keep Searchin' - High Note
	OctoBop - Ballad - Very Early - Mystic Lane
	Alex Garcia - Nuevo Amanecer/New Dawn - Espiritu Optimista/UpLifting
pirit 	- AfroMantra
	Jane Stuart- Through A Long & Sleepless Night - Beginning To See The
Light - 	Ralph Sharon - Show Boat Medley - The Essential Collection:
The
Ralph Sharon 	Trio - Avid Music

	6TH HR. --- (5 - 6AM).

	David Sanford & Thye Pittsburgh Collective - Alchemy - Live! At The
Knitting 	Factory - Oxingale
	Todd Isler - When I Get There - Two Step: Duets & Beyond - Takedimi
	Travis Shook - Nothing Like You - Awake - Full Gallop
	Soweto Kinch - Out There - A Life In The Day Of B19: Tales Of The
Tower
Block - Dune
	Joey DeFrancesco - Little Girl Blue - JDF: Live!(At Yoshi's)The
Authorized
	Bootleg - Concord Jazz
	Diva - Titter Pipes - A Tommy Newsome Tribute - S-P
	Andrew Distel - The Way I Feel Inside - Steppin' Out Of A Dream -
S-P
	Dean Schmidt - Bolivian Bonite W/ The Big Watch - I Know Nothing -
OA2
	The Latin Giants - Frenzy - Play The Music Of The Palladium -
Gigante
	Frank Morgan - All Blues - City Nights - S-P


	
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		The 03/02/07 "PlayList" of Peter L. Poses, Host of
"OverNight Jazz:
		The Soundz Of Surprize" from 'Round MidNight Thurzz. to 6AM
Fri. on 		KRFC
FT COLLINS (CO), "HomeGrown Community Radio" --- 88.9FM ---
		www.krfcfm.org. Poses is Associate Editor of "The Rocky
Mountain Jazz
		Beat", contributin' a weekly column, "The SOS" (The Soundz
Of
		Surprize",for www.rockymountainjazz.com, The Jazz.com for N.
CO & The
		Front Range, Ned Radinsky, Publisher/Editor-In-Chief and
Jazz
		Photographer.


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Message: 2
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 07:45:57 -0500
From: "Tom Reney" <tr at wfcr.org>
Subject: [JPL] WFCR Playlist/Jazz ? la Mode, March 2, 2007
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <002b01c75d91$e70df080$0b02a8c0 at jazz>
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WFCR Playlist/Jazz ` la Mode, Friday, March 2, 2007
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis's 85th birthday; Kind Of Blue's 48th!

8:00 PM Miles Davis Kind of Blue Flamenco Sketches Columbia 3/2/59

8:11 PM Susannah McCorkle Most Requested Songs The Waters of March Concord
Jazz 1993
8:15 PM Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis The Best of Robbins' Nest Prestige 1962 b.
3/2/22
8:21 PM Eddie Palmieri Listen Here! Listen Here Concord Picante 2005
Wesleyan Univ 3/3

8:31 PM Frank Sinatra At the Sands Street of Dreams Reprise 1966 w Jaws
8:34 PM Frank Sinatra At the Sands One For My Baby Reprise 1966
8:38 PM Frank Sinatra At the Sands Fly Me to the Moon Reprise 1966

8:43 PM Barry Harris For the Moment My Heart Stood Still Uptown 3/2/84
8:49 PM Tierney Sutton On the Other Side Sometimes I'm Happy Telarc Jazz
2007
8:54 PM Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Trane Whistle Stolen Moments Prestige 1960 b.
3/2/22

9:04 PM Joey DeFrancesco The Authorized Bootleg On Green Dolphin Street
Concord Jazz 2007
9:15 PM Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis/Johnny Griffin The Tenor Scene Straight No
Chaser Prestige 1961
9:25 PM Thelonious Monk/John Coltrane At Carnegie Hall Bye-Ya Blue Note
1957/2005

9:35 PM Miles Davis Kind of Blue So What Columbia 3/2/59
9:44 PM Miles Davis Kind of Blue Freddie Freeloader Columbia 3/2/59
9:54 PM Miles Davis Kind of Blue Blue in Green Columbia 3/2/59

10:02 PM Sean Jones Roots Come Sunday Mack Avenue 2006
10:09 PM Thomas Ruckert Blue in Green Blue in Green Pirouet 2006

10:18 PM Miles Davis Kind of Blue All Blues Columbia 3/2/59
10:30 PM Miles Davis Kind of Blue Flamenco Sketches Columbia 3/2/59

10:41 PM Buell Neidlinger/Cecil Taylor New York R&B Things Ain't What They
Used to Be Candid 1961
10:51 PM Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Trane Whistle Trane Whistle Prestige 1960 b.
3/2/22

10:56 PM Gray Sargent Shades of Gray My Foolish Heart Concord Jazz 1993

Monday's highlights: celebrating vocalist Carol Sloane's 70th birthday;
Harry "Sweets" Edison and Ben Webster

 
Tom Reney
"Jazz ` la Mode"
Monday-Friday, 8 - 11 p.m.

WFCR
NPR News and Music for Western New England
Hampshire House
131 County Circle
Amherst, MA 01003-9257

tr at wfcr.org
www.wfcr.org

413-545-3220 office
413-545-2546 fax

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Message: 3
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 09:26:30 -0500
From: Jazz Promo Services <jazzpromo at earthlink.net>
Subject: [JPL] Chick' Corea The noted pianist and composer on his
	favorite jazz albums
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB117287256289425244.html

March 3, 2007

Picks
Hit List: Armando 'Chick' Corea
The noted pianist and composer on his favorite jazz albums
By CAMILLE RICKETTS
March 3, 2007; Page P2

One of jazz's most influential pianists, Armando "Chick" Corea, 65, is known
for combining Brazilian and Spanish influences with an electric jazz-fusion
sound. Last month, he received his 13th Grammy award, for his 2006 album
"The Ultimate Adventure," which also marked the 46th Grammy nomination of
his four-decade career. He's touring with frequent collaborator Gary Burton
to celebrate the 35th anniversary of their 1972 album "Crystal Silence."
Below, five of his favorite jazz albums.


Blowin' the Blues Away, Horace Silver (1959)

Pianist and composer Horace Silver blended gospel, African and Latin sounds
in his compositions, and influenced a number of pianists in later
generations. "I grew up on this record," says Mr. Corea. "I learned every
single note."


Out to Lunch, Eric Dolphy (1964)

This album brought together an ensemble that included Mr. Dolphy on alto
saxophone, flute and bass clarinet, Tony Williams on drums, Freddie Hubbard
on trumpet, Richard Davis on bass and Bobby Hutcherson on vibraphone. "He
pulled together such great musicians and compositions that it's an instant
classic," says Mr. Corea.


Sun Ship, John Coltrane (1971)

Mr. Corea, a self-proclaimed Coltrane devotee, says he likes this album --
recorded in a single day in 1965 -- for its spontaneity. "It's just a jam
with some really loose ideas," he says. "Every song is a first take, and it
just keeps the listener -- wow -- engaged."


Live at the Five Spot, John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk (1993)

Mr. Coltrane played with Thelonious Monk's quartet for five months in 1957
at The Five Spot in New York, and returned one night in 1958, filling in for
Johnny Griffin. The recording of that 1958 show was released by Blue Note in
1993. "Monk was older and wiser and I know Coltrane looked up to him," Mr.
Corea says.


Miles Davis and Gil Evans: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings (1996)

"If you want to be melted, listen to this," Mr. Corea says of the
collaboration between Mr. Davis and Mr. Evans, a renowned arranger. "It
makes for a modern-day musical feast."

Write to Camille Ricketts at camille.ricketts at wsj.com1

      URL for this article:
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB117287256289425244.html


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Message: 4
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 10:07:40 -0500
From: "philip booth" <philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com>
Subject: [JPL] Chuck Owen 
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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This editorial by IAJE president Chuck Owen (jazz prof at USF in Tampa) ran 
in the Feb. 17 edition of the Tampa Tribune. The Trib's version is an edited

version of a longer editorial.
Don't Let Jazz Fade Into The Background
By CHUCK OWEN

Jazz remains one of the few American art forms almost universally viewed 
with admiration (at times bordering on awe) by those outside this country. 
Despite increasing foreign hostility toward everything American, my recent 
travels on behalf of the International Association for Jazz Education (IAJE)

to such far-flung locales as Europe, South Africa and Malaysia confirmed 
that jazz, while recognized universally as the cultural emblem of the United

States, transcends divisive politics and continues to be received with great

enthusiasm.

As synonymous with America as the bald eagle, baseball, or Mark Twain, jazz 
serves as the ultimate diplomat, proudly espousing and showcasing the 
freedom, individualism and democratic traditions we hold so dear in each 
riff and rhythm.

Yet, at home, within the country that can claim the birthright of this 
musical heritage, jazz is, ironically, in greater danger than ever of 
falling off the radar screen of the average American.

Jazz, from its earliest beginnings, has struggled to overcome obstacles 
ranging from the ignorance and artistic elitism of some of its critics to 
blatant racism. Amazingly, the music has survived, proving time and again to

be remarkably resilient, confident and proud of its heritage, uncompromising

in its standards, yet adaptable to its time and environment. Why, today, is 
jazz facing an even tougher fight?

The problem is, with each passing year, more and more Americans seem to have

less and less contact with the music. At first, this would seem to be 
something of an enigma as technological advances, from digital music 
services to satellite radio and cable TV have resulted in a greater 
availability of jazz content than ever before. Yet the nature of this 
technology, which allows consumers to wrap themselves in a cocoon of their 
own choosing, actually serves to isolate individuals from anything they 
don't already know or like.

Conversely, when millions of Americans tuned into network television of 
decades past and Ed Sullivan, Johnny Carson, the Grammy Awards, or any 
number of other variety shows presented an artist such as Dizzy Gillespie, a

huge population with no previous exposure to jazz instantly had an 
opportunity to glimpse and be touched by the effervescence of this musical 
genius. Sadly, these and so many other points of casual contact with the 
public are diminishing steadily as jazz clubs disappear and jazz radio 
programming has decreased or has been relegated to late-night hours.

The essential role and importance of jazz education, given these challenges,

has never been more obvious or critical. Individual educators as well as 
music, educational, and arts associations must, therefore, renew efforts to 
make certain that all students receive grounding in the concepts, history, 
and artists that define jazz. In addition, they must be given multiple 
opportunities to actively experience and engage with the music throughout 
their formative years. To truly address these concerns, however, jazz 
education will need a number of partners to step up as well. Congress must 
substantially increase federal funding to the National Endowment for the 
Arts (today's budget remains $50 million less than in 1992!). Corporations 
and prominent patrons of the arts need to consider sponsorships of jazz 
organizations just as they underwrite local symphonies, art museums and 
dance companies. Newspapers need to place jazz coverage at least on par with

other arts coverage. Record companies, artist agencies and others in the 
"business" need to recognize the value of collectively working together to 
reach out and develop the audience for jazz.

"Keep Jazz Alive!" This well-worn, well-intentioned but, ultimately, 
misguided phrase is frequently heard in relation to the importance of jazz 
education. Well, make no mistake - jazz is alive! It is vibrantly alive and 
relevant; not only in the recordings and compositions of its past masters - 
the ebullience of Louis Armstrong, the swinging elegance of Duke Ellington, 
the moody lyricism of Miles Davis and the passionate spiritualism of John 
Coltrane - but also in the hands of its current practitioners from Wynton 
Marsalis, Cassandra Wilson and Wayne Shorter to the Bad Plus, Bill Frisell, 
and so many, many others.

It's hard to envision, in fact, an art form that is more alive. Jazz artists

have routinely sought to stretch stylistic boundaries with compositions 
steeped not only in the jazz tradition but also drawing freely from sources 
as diverse and eclectic as Indian ragas, hip-hop, flamenco, minimalism, and 
many, many other musical genres. It's an art form that embraces 
improvisation (by its very definition "in the moment") and is a constant 
source of adventure for musician and audience alike. Now, that's alive!

This is not a plea to save jazz. The passionate musicians and fans who find 
their way to it will ensure its survival in spite of meager funding, poor 
exposure and public apathy. But is survival all we really want for this 
vibrant music that so defines our country's values and heritage?

Chuck Owen, a Distinguished University Professor at the University of South 
Florida and artistic director of USF's Center for Jazz Composition, is 
president of the International Association for Jazz Education.


Philip Booth




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Message: 5
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 12:48:46 -0500
From: davispro at nyc.rr.com
Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: The Next Jazz America on VOA
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <c69e828c326fc.326fcc69e828c at rdc-nyc.rr.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252

Following is the log for the next JAZZ AMERICA program from the Voice of
America, now heard by more listeners than ever before! 
 
JAZZ AMERICA is now heard not only on the entertainment service MusicMix,
but also on the worldwide VOA service via shortwave transmission. 
 
The show is two hours long and reaches a potential audience of 94 million
listeners worldwide each weekend.  Visit the Voice of America website @
www.voamusicmix.net and click on schedule in the left column to see the time
it is webcast in your timezone as well as when and how to hear it via
shortwave.
 
Also, please take note of the email address for the show.  For any comments
or communication you can reach me at jazz-america at voa.gov.
 
Davis programs
163 third avenue/p.m.b 259.new york, ny 10003 
Emailjazz-america at voa.gov
 
JAZZ AMERICA SHOW #7973-4 MARCH 2007
RUSSELL GUNN-nardis (russell gunn plays miles) 
PATTI AUSTIN- lady be good (avant gershwin)
* Joe Zawinul Interview Segment
JOE ZAWINUL- carnavalito (brown street)
PAT METHENY-bright size life (bright size life)
MILES DAVIS-its about that time (in a silent way)
* Joe Zawinul Interview Segment
JOE ZAWINUL- black market (brown street)
 
JAZZ AMERICA SHOW #7983-4 MARCH 2007
CANNONBALL ADDERLEY-74 miles away (phenix)
JACQUI NAYLOR-still havent foundfor (the color five)
* Joe Zawinul Interview Segment
JOE ZAWINUL- badia/boogie woogie waltz (brown street)
JOHN McLAUGHLIN- mother tongues (live in paris)
DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER- watermelon man (jazz a st. germain) 
* Joe Zawinul Interview Segment
JOE ZAWINUL- brown street (brown street)
 
SHOW #799-80010-11 MARCH 2007
Featured artist: ORNETTE COLEMAN
With music from his new CD Sound Grammar 
 
Russ Davis
Jazz America
Voice of America
jazz-america at voa.gov
163 Third Avenue
PMB 259
New York, NY 10003


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Message: 6
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 12:58:08 EST
From: OntheBeach at aol.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] Chuck Owen 
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"

thank you phillip for sharing chuck's eloquent piece.  i found this portion 
to be particularly eye-opening:

Congress must substantially increase federal funding to the National 
Endowment for the Arts (today's budget remains $50 million less than in
1992!)
hopefully our next president will address this important matter.
 
ricky schultz
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email to everyone.  Find out more about what's free from AOL at 
http://www.aol.com.


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Message: 7
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 18:09:45 +0000
From: "Larry Appelbaum" <jumpmonk at hotmail.com>
Subject: [JPL] "Jazz In Our Time"  Kennedy Center Celebration
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <BAY137-F24DFE88C273E613A66DE0BCA860 at phx.gbl>
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/03/02/AR2007030201
892_pf.html

Larry

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Message: 8
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 13:58:51 -0500
From: Jazz Promo Services <jazzpromo at earthlink.net>
Subject: [JPL] Marsalis On ABC "This Week W/ G. Stephanopoulos" This
	Sunday
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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WYNTON MARSALIS ON ABC'S "THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS" THIS SUNDAY

MARSALIS TAKES TO NATIONAL TV AIRWAVES TO TACKLE  MULTIPLE ISSUES ON
OUTSTANDING NEW ALBUM 'FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY' OUT MARCH 6
ON BLUE NOTE

Tune in to ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" this Sunday to see
Wynton Marsalis sharing the views he expresses on his outspoken new album
'From The Plantation to the Penitentiary,' (March 6-Blue Note Records). He
will follow it up with appearances on "The Daily Show" (Comedy Central) on
Wednesday and "Saturday Early Show" (CBS) March 10. More TV and syndicated
radio programs will follow.

Marsalis is also featured on the cover of the April issue of Jazz Times
Magazine.

Click on the digital player link for a sampling of this powerful new CD:
http://www.bluenote.com/wyntonmarsalis/player

To learn more about Shore Fire Media or Wynton Marsalis, please call us at
718.522.7171, email President Marilyn Laverty or visit us at
http://www.shorefire.com




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Message: 9
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 14:07:51 -0500
From: "Len Dobbin" <lendobbin at sympatico.ca>
Subject: [JPL] March 4, 2007  Dobbin's Den  617
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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BACKGROUND TO EDITION 617
ON TODAY'S SHOW WE SPOTLIGHT HORACE SILVER'S MUSIC AND EARLY INFLUENCES AS
WELL AS FREDDY FRANCO, RAY CRAWFORD, CISCO NORMAND and MILT JACKSON.
DOBBIN'S DEN [#617]

11am - 1pm   CKUT 90.3 fm
www.ckut.ca    [And archived at that address]  
Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
March 4, 2007   

HORACE SILVER         

THE JODY GRIND [BLUE NOTE]

The Jody Grind

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HERE GOES [DRIVE]

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Stratosphere

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Theme (aka La Nevada)

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Crosscurrents

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Message: 10
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 15:43:52 -0500
From: "Thomas M. \"Biz\" Bisard" <mrbiz at torchlake.com>
Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: WNMC Weekly Main Jazz, A-G Jazz & World Spins
To: Jazzweek <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <mailman.0.1172998802.17400.jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; format=flowed



 
WNMC 
90.7 FM
                                                                    Traverse

City, Michigan, USA
                                                            Small 
Town Station - World Class Radio
 
<www.wnmc.org>



                                    Station spins 
for the week of February 23 - March 1, 2007

                                     A = 
avant-garde     R = reggae       W = world/international


                                                                        8
SPINS

             ABRAM WILSON
             "Ride! Ferris Wheel to the Modern Day Delta"
             (Dune)


                                                                        6
SPINS

             WAYNE WALLACE
             "The Reckless Search for Beauty"
             (Patois)

             LARRY WILLIS
             "Blue Fable"
             (HighNote)


                                                                       5
SPINS

             BETHANY & RUFUS
             "900 Miles"
             (Hyena)

             BUCKY PIZZARELLI
             "5 for Freddie"
             (Arbors Jazz)


                                                                       4
SPINS

             RUSSELL GUNN
             "Plays Miles"
             (HighNote)

             STEVE KUHN TRIO
             "Live at Birdland"
             (Blue Note/EMI)

             BOB MINTZER QUARTET
             "In the Moment"
             (Art of Life)


                                                                        3
SPINS

             THE RAY BROWN TRIO
             "Bassics: Best of the Ray Brown Trio '77-'00"
             (ConcordJazz/CMG)

             KENDRA SHANK
             "A Free Spirit"
             (Challenge)

             THE SNAPDADDYS
             "Snappy Hour"
             (Refined)

             TIERNEY SUTTON
             "On the Other Side"
             (Telarc Jazz/CMG)


                                                                          2 
SPINS

             JEFF ANTONIUK & THE JAZZ UPDATE
             "Here Today"
             (Atonal Licks)

             PABLO ASLAN
             "Buenos Aires Tango Standards"
             (Zoho)

             PAT BIANCHI
             "East Coast Roots"
             (Jazzed Media)

             PAUL CARR
             "Just Noodlin'"
             (Jazz Karma)

       W- COMPILATION
             "Putumayo Presents: One World, Many Cultures"
             (Putumayo)

             COMPILATION
             "Sampler: Reflections of Reinhardt"
             (Refined)

             HARRY CONNICK, JR.
             "Chanson du Vieux Carri"
             (Marsalis Music/Rounder)

             RANDY CRAWFORD & JOE SAMPLE
             "Feeling Good"
             (PRA)

             PAPA JOHN DEFRANCESCO
             "Desert Heat"
             (Savant)

             LES DEMERLE
             "Cookin' at the Corner, Vol. 1"
             (Origin)

             TONY DESARE
             "Last First Kiss"
             (Telarc/CMG)

             BOB DEVOS
             "Shifting Sands"
             (Savant)

             JOHNNY FERREIRA
             "Rock & Roll Saxophonist"
             (Pair-a-dice)

             ALEX GARCIA'S AFROMANTRA
             "Uplifting Spirit"
             (Afromantra)

             TOM GAVORNIK
             "Acceleration"
             (self-released)

       W- GIPSY KINGS
             "Pasajero"
             (Nonesuch/WMG)

             JIM HALL
             "Hallmarks"
             (Concord Jazz/CMG)

             HARMONIOUS WAIL
             "Gypsy Swing"
             (Naxos World)

             CONRAD HERWIG
             "Sketches of Spain y Mas"
             (Half Note)

        R- KATCHAFIRE
             "Slow-Burning"
             (Mai Music)

             PHIL KELLY & THE SW SANTA ANA WINDS
             "{My Museum}"
             (Origin)

             MIKE LEDONNE
             "On Fire"
             (Savant)

             HENDRIK MEURKENS
             "New York Samba Jazz Quintet"
             (Zoho)

       W- MARISA MONTE
             "Universo ao meu Redor"
             (Metro Blue/Blue Note/EMI)

             SEAN NOONAN BREWED BY NOON
             "Stories to Tell"
             (Songlines)

             OSCAR PETERSON
             "Perfect Peterson: The Best of the Pablo & Telarc Years"
             (Telarc/CMG)

             LES PRIMITIFS DU FUTUR
             "World Musette"
             (Sunnyside)

             BENNY REID
             "Findings"
             (Concord Jazz/CMG)

             MIGUEL ROMERO
             "Welcome to My World"
             (Alafia)

             MARCUS SHELBY JAZZ ORCHESTRA
             "Port Chicago"
             (Noir)

             GEOFF STRADLING
             "Les is Mo'"
             (Origin)

       W- ALI FARKA TOURI
             "Savane"
             (World Circuit/Nonesuch/WMG)

       W- CAETANO VELOSO
             "Ce"
             (Nonesuch/WMG)

             SCOTT WHITFIELD
             "Speaking of Love..."
             (Summit)


 
1 
SPIN

             THE AIRMEN OF NOTE
             "Out in Front"
             (self-released)

             MARIA ANADON
             "A Jazzy Way"
             (Arbors Jazz)

             BILL ANSCHELL
             "More to the Ear than Meets the Eye"
             (Origin)

             LEONISA ARDIZZONE QUARTET
             "Afraid of the Heights"
             (Ardijenn Music)

             WAYNE BERGERON
             "Plays Well with Others"
             (Concord Jazz/CMG)

             BRIAN BROMBERG
             "Downright Upright"
             (Artistry)

        R- BROTHER NOLAND
             "Mystical Fish"
             (Mountain Apple)

             JOHN BUNCH
             "At the Nola Penthouse Salutes Jimmy VanHeusen"
             (Arbors Jazz)

             MARC CARY & SHON 'CHANCE' MILLER
             "Abstrakt/Blak"
             (Motima)

             GREG CHAKO
             "Where We Find Ourselves"
             (self-released)

       W- CHAMBAO
             "Pokito a Poko"
             (Sony/BMG)

       W- CHICAGO AFROBEAT PROJECT
             "self-titled"
             (CAbP)

       W- COMPILATION
             "Putumayo Presents: Acoustic Africa"
             (Putumayo)

       W- COMPILATION
             "Rhythms del Mundo: Cuba"
             (Hip-O/UMG)

        R- COMPILATION
             "A Tribute to Bob Marley"
             (Delanuca)

       W- TOUMANI DIABATE'S SYMMETRIC ORCHESTRA
             "Boulevard de L'Independence"
             (World Circuit/Nonesuch/WMG)

        R- EASY STAR ALL STARS
             "Radiodread"
             (Easy Star)

       W- LOS GAITEROS DE SAN JACINTO
             "Un Fuego de Sangre Pura"
             (Smithsonian Folkways)

             DAVE GLASSER
             "Above the Clouds"
             (Arbors Jazz)

             THE JIMMY HEATH BIG BAND
             "Turn Up the Heath"
             (Planet Arts)

             LINDA HOPKINS
             "The Living Legend Live!"
             (FreeHam)

             CHIE IMAIZUMI
             "Unfailing Kindness"
             (Capri)

        R- JOSEPH ISRAEL
             "Mankind"
             (New Door)

        A- KEEFE JACKSON'S FAST CITIZENS
             "Ready Everyday"
             (Delmark)

             JC & THE JAZZ HOPPERS
             "Chillin' at Home"
             (Jazz-Hop, Inc.)

             JUDI D.
             "Nightshade"
             (self-released)

       W- OTTMAR LIEBERT
             "One Guitar"
             (Spiral Subwave)

             ELIZABETH LOHNINGER
             "The Only Way Out Is Up"
             (Lofish)

             FRANK MACCHIA
             "Emotions"
             (self-released)

             TODD MARCUS JAZZ ORCHESTRA
             "In Pursuit of the 9th Man"
             (Hipnotic)

             MIKE MARSHALL & HAMILTON DEHOLANDA
             "New Words"
             (Adventure Music)

             REBECA MAULESN
             "Descarga en California"
             (Pimienta/UMG)

       W- MARISA MONTE
             "Infinito Particular"
             (Metro Blue/Blue Note/EMI)

       W- MOSTAR SVEDAH REUNION
             "A Secret Gate"
             (Snail)

             ANDY NARELL
             "Tatoom: Music for Steel Orchestra"
             (Heads Up/CMG)

             IRA NEPUS & STEVE MOORE
             "Another Time Another Place"
             (Jazzed Media)

             OCTOBOP
             "Very Early"
             (Mystic Lane)

        A- OUT TO LUNCH
             "Live at the Artist's Quarter"
             (Jazz Police)

       W- OZOMATLI
             "Don't Mess with the Dragon"
             (Concord/CMG)

       W- NIQA PASTORI
             "Joyas Prestadas"
             (Sony/BMG)

             JOHN PATITUCCI
             "Line by Line"
             (Concord Jazz/CMG)

       W- JEFF PETERSON
             "Slack Key Guitar: The Artistry of Jeff Peterson"
             (Palm)

             JONATHAN PORETZ
             "A Lot of Livin' to Do"
             (Pacific Coast Jazz)

             CHAD RAGER GROOVE
             "21st Century Groove"
             (Strokeland)

             SONNY ROLLINS
             "Sonny, Please"
             (Doxy)

             DAVE SANFORD & THE PITTSBURGH COLLECTIVE
             "Live at the Knitting Factory"
             (Oxingale)

             VITTOR SANTOS
             "Renewed Impressions"
             (Adventure Music)

        R- SCIENTIST
             "Dub 911"
             (2b1)

             SHAKERS N' BAKERS
             "self-titled"
             (Little (i) Music)

             STEPPIN' IN IT w/ RACHAEL DAVIS
             "Shout Sister Shout"
             (self-released)

             GRADY TATE
             "From the Heart"
             (Half Note)

        R- 10 FT. GANJA PLANT
             "Bass Chalice"
             (ROIR)

             JIM TOMLINSON
             "The Lyric"
             (O+ Music)

             ZVONIMIR TOT TRIO
             "Blue Quest"
             (Groove Art)

             THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE BAND
             "Keep 'em Flying"
             (self-released)

       W- URBAN LEGEND
             "Tranquilidad Cubana"
             (Blind Lemon Music)

             TOM WAITS
             "Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards"
             (Anti)

             WAYNE WALLACE
             "Dedication"
             (Patois)

             WEATHER REPORT
             "Forecast: Tomorrow"
             (Columbia/Legacy/Sony/BMG)

             PAMELA YORK
             "The Way of Time"
             (Jazzful Heart Music)

             JOE ZAWINUL
             "Brown Street"
             (Heads Up/CMG)

             THE DAVID ZOFFER DIFFERENTIAL
             "Release"
             (Zofco)


81 of 100 Main Jazz Rotation discs were spun. 2 
of 20 Avant-Garde Jazz cd's received play. 18 of 
46 World / International discs were played. 7 of 
26 Reggae Rotation cd's were spun.


         Most of the music we play is available 
through a link on our website to CD Universe or from CD Baby



                                Please send all promotional materials to:

                                                          WNMC 
attn: any of our music directors
                                                          1701 
East Front Street
                                                          Traverse 
City MI 49686-3061


Station Manager:  Eric 
Hines.......................................................................
....<ehines at message.nmc.edu>

Music Directors:   Tom "Biz" Bisard - 
Jazz.....................................................<mrbiz at torchlake.co
m>
                               Jen Medlin-Lloyd - 
Avant Garde Jazz / Alt Country..........<JEMedlin at message.nmc.edu>
                               Linnaea Melcarek - 
World / International..........................<lmelcarek at gmail.com>
                               Leroy Alvarez - 
Blues........................................................<lalvarez at messa
ge.nmc.edu>
                               Bob Brown- Folk / 
Americana / Acoustica.......................<folkbob60 at yahoo.com>
                               Marco Dedenbach - 
Reggae............................................<rasmarco at aol.com>
                               Michael Lloyd  - 
Rock........................................................<MLloyd at message.
nmc.edu>
                               Mike King - Dance 
/
HipHop..............................................<mking at message.nmc.edu>
                               Brian CaugHell- 
Electronic/ Other/"What the Hell?"........<briancaughell at gmail.com >
                               David MacArthur - 
New Age..............................................<cdbirdee at yahoo.com>



                                                       Phone: 
231-995-1090 (studio line)
 
231-995-1091 
(deejays-not always answered)
 
231-2562 
(office-not always answered)



------------------------------

Message: 11
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 13:25:24 -0800 (PST)
From: Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
Subject: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <69787.40617.qm at web33211.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1

I'm starting to wonder just how much this over exposure of Wynton is
benefiting jazz vs him......Is it really helping jazz in the views of those
on this list? He's an articulate and highly informed spokesperson for this
great music but there are others as well. The name game is everywhere now
from TV to radio to print publications to the Grammys. If you weren't
established years ago you don't seem to have a chance in hell today
regardless of your talent. The other part of this is that at least there is
someone in a high profile position that can speak about the beauty and
importance of jazz....to millions of folk. 
   
  I'll also give Wynton his due......the new CD is fabulous!. The writing,
vision, recording quality and performances. Top notch.
   
  Jae Sinnett 

Jazz Promo Services <jazzpromo at earthlink.net> wrote:
  Sponsored by: SPONSORS COMING

WYNTON MARSALIS ON ABC'S "THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS" THIS SUNDAY

MARSALIS TAKES TO NATIONAL TV AIRWAVES TO TACKLE MULTIPLE ISSUES ON
OUTSTANDING NEW ALBUM 'FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY' OUT MARCH 6
ON BLUE NOTE

Tune in to ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" this Sunday to see
Wynton Marsalis sharing the views he expresses on his outspoken new album
'From The Plantation to the Penitentiary,' (March 6-Blue Note Records). He
will follow it up with appearances on "The Daily Show" (Comedy Central) on
Wednesday and "Saturday Early Show" (CBS) March 10. More TV and syndicated
radio programs will follow.

Marsalis is also featured on the cover of the April issue of Jazz Times
Magazine.

Click on the digital player link for a sampling of this powerful new CD:
http://www.bluenote.com/wyntonmarsalis/player

To learn more about Shore Fire Media or Wynton Marsalis, please call us at
718.522.7171, email President Marilyn Laverty or visit us at
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Message: 12
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 16:44:42 -0500
From: "Thomas M. \"Biz\" Bisard" <mrbiz at torchlake.com>
Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: WNMC 90.7 FM Station ADDS + ARCHIVES 3/2/07
To: Jazzweek <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <mailman.1.1172998802.17400.jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; format=flowed


 
WNMC 
90.7 FM
 
Traverse 
City, Michigan, USA
                                                              Small 
Town Station - World Class Radio
 
<www.wnmc.org>



                                                                    Main 
Jazz Rotation ADDS
 
March 
2, 2007


             PATTI AUSTIN
             "Avant Gershwin"
             (Rendezvous)

             WILL BERNARD
             "Party Hats"
             (Palmetto)

             CATRO
             "self-titled"
             (<http://catrojazz.net>)

             DJABE
             "Slices of Life"
             (Gramy)

             EAST COAST STANDARDS TIME
             "Impressions"
             (Altru Music)

             FRANK FOSTER
             "Well Water"
             (Piadrum)

             MATT RAY
             "Lost in New York"
             (CAP)

             ALISTER SPENCE TRIO
             "Mercury"
             (Rufus/UMG)

             KENNY WERNER
             "Lawn Chair Society"
             (Blue Note/EMI)




 
ARCHIVED 
Discs


             RASHIED ALI QUINTET
             "Judgement Day, Vol. 1"
             (Survival)

             TOWNER GALAHER
             "Panorama"
             (<www.townergalahermusic.com>)

             TODD MARCUS JAZZ ORCHESTRA
             "In Pursuit of the 9th Man"
             (Hipnotic)

             REBECA MAULESN
             "Descarga en California"
             (Pimienta/UMG)

             PHILIPPE BADEN POWELL
             "Dirt Road"
             (Adventure Music)

             CHAD RAGER GROOVE
             "21st Century Groove"
             (Strokeland)

             SONNY ROLLINS
             "Sonny, Please"
             (Doxy)

             VITTOR SANTOS
             "Renewed Impressions"
             (Adventure Music)

             TOM WAITS
             "Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards"
             (Anti)



Have the oh-so obligatory great weekend, eh?
-Biz


 
********************************



Please send all promotional materials to:

                                                              WNMC 
attn: any of our music directors
                                                              1701 
East Front Street
                                                              Traverse 
City MI 49686-3061


Station Manager:  Eric 
Hines.......................................................................
....<ehines at message.nmc.edu>

Music Directors:   Tom "Biz" Bisard - 
Jazz.....................................................<mrbiz at torchlake.co
m>
                               Jen Medlin-Lloyd - 
Avant Garde Jazz / Alt Country..........<JEMedlin at message.nmc.edu>
                               Linnaea Melcarek - 
World / International..........................<lmelcarek at gmail.com>
                               Leroy Alvarez - 
Blues........................................................<lalvarez at messa
ge.nmc.edu>
                               Bob Brown- Folk / 
Americana / Acoustica.......................<folkbob60 at yahoo.com>
                               Marco Dedenbach - 
Reggae............................................<rasmarco at aol.com>
                               Michael Lloyd  - 
Rock........................................................<MLloyd at message.
nmc.edu>
                               Mike King - Dance 
/
HipHop..............................................<mking at message.nmc.edu>
                               Brian CaugHell- 
Electronic/ Other/"What the Hell?"........<briancaughell at gmail.com >
                               David MacArthur - 
New Age..............................................<cdbirdee at yahoo.com>



                                                              Phone: 
231-995-1090 (studio line)
 
231-995-1091 
(deejays-not always answered)
 
231-2562 
(office-not always answered)



------------------------------

Message: 13
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 17:29:26 -0500
From: "Thomas M. \"Biz\" Bisard" <mrbiz at torchlake.com>
Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: WNMC 90.7 FM Friday Afternoon Jazz 3/2/07
To: Jazzweek <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <mailman.2.1172998802.17400.jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; format=flowed



 
WNMC 
90.7 FM
                                                                    Traverse

City, Michigan, USA
                                                            Small 
Town Station - World Class Radio
 
<www.wnmc.org>



                                   Friday 
Afternoon Jazz hosted by Biz Bisard <mrbiz at torchlake.com>

 
March 
2, 2007

                                                               n 
= new in main jazz rotation


 
2 
PM

             MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA            Open Country Joy
             "Birds of Fire"            (Columbia/Sony/BMG)

         n- KENNY WERNER            Uncovered Heart
             "Lawn Chair Society"            (Blue Note/EMI)

             BETHANY & RUFUS            No More Songs
             "900 Miles"            (Hyena)

 
BREAK

             SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS            Te Ni Nee Ni Nu
             "Countrypolitan Favorites"            (Yep Roc)

             STORYHILL            Ballad of Joe Snowboard
             "self-titled"            (Red House)

             CHARLIE WOOD            Ear Candy
             "Lucky"            (Inside Sounds)

         n- CATRO            Hey Maybe
             "self-titled"            (<http://catro.net>)

 
BREAK

             SKA CUBANO            Big Bamboo
             "!Ay Caramba!"            (Cumbancha)

             RODRIGO Y GABRIELA            Orion
             "self-titled"            (ATO)

             JACO PASTORIUS            Opus Pocus
             "self-titled"            (Epic/Sony/BMG)


 
3 
PM

             JOE WILLIAMS & THAD JONES - MEL 
LEWIS ORCHESTRA      Night Time Is the Right Time
             "self-titled"            (Blue Note/EMI)

             FRANK ROSOLINO            A Woman Is a Sometime Thing
             "George Gershwin's Porgy & 
Bess"            (Bethlehem/Avenue Jazz)

         n- DJABE            Omachule
             "Slices of Life"            (Gramy)

             LES PRIMITIFS DU FUTUR            Portrait d'un 78 Tard
             "World Musette"            (Sunnyside)

 
BREAK 


         n- PATTI AUSTIN            Love Walked 
In / Love Is Sweeping the Country
             "Avant Gershwin"            (Rendezvous)

         n- EAST COAST STANDARDS TIME            Blues for J. R.
             "Impressions"            (Altru Music)

             CHICK COREA & RETURN TO FOREVER            Spain
             "Light as a Feather"            (Polydor)

             BETTY ROCHI            Summertime
             "George Gershwin's Porgy & 
Bess"            (Bethlehem/Avenue Jazz)

             BUDDY RICH            West Side Story
             "Mr. Drums-Live"            (Cafe)


 
4 
PM

             PETER ROWAN & TONY RICE            Shady Grove
             "Quartet"            (Rounder)

concert promo: RUSTY BLADES            Beezakalakaboom
             "So Long Gone"            (self-released)

             ERIC BIBB            Still Livin' On
             "Diamond Days"            (Telarc Blues)

 
BREAK 


         n- FRANK FOSTER            Simone
             "Well Water"            (Piadrum)

         n- MATT RAY            Central Park West
             "Lost In New York"            (CAP)

             LAMBCHOP            Beers Before the Barbican
             "Damaged"            (Merge)

 
BREAK

         n- WILL BERNARD            Rattle Trap
             "Party Hats"            (Palmetto)

         n- ALISTER SPENCE TRIO            Marco Polo Goes West
             "Mercury"            (Rufus/UMG)

             TOWER OF POWER            Only So Much Oil in the Ground
             "Urban Renewal"            (Warner Brothers/WMG)



  Most of the music we play is available through 
a link on our web site to CD Universe or from CD Baby


Best,
-Biz




  Please send all promotional materials to:


                                                             WNMC 
attn: any of our music directors
                                                            1701 
East Front Street
                                                            Traverse 
City MI 49686-3061


Station Manager:  Eric 
Hines.......................................................................
....<ehines at message.nmc.edu>

Music Directors:   Tom "Biz" Bisard - 
Jazz.....................................................<mrbiz at torchlake.co
m>
                               Jen Medlin-Lloyd - 
Avant Garde Jazz / Alt Country..........<JEMedlin at message.nmc.edu>
                               Linnaea Melcarek - 
World / International..........................<lmelcarek at gmail.com>
                               Leroy Alvarez - 
Blues........................................................<lalvarez at messa
ge.nmc.edu>
                               Bob Brown- Folk / 
Americana / Acoustica.......................<folkbob60 at yahoo.com>
                               Marco Dedenbach - 
Reggae............................................<rasmarco at aol.com>
                               Michael Lloyd  - 
Rock........................................................<MLloyd at message.
nmc.edu>
                               Mike King - Dance 
/
HipHop..............................................<mking at message.nmc.edu>
                               Brian CaugHell- 
Electronic/ Other/"What the Hell?"........<briancaughell at gmail.com >
                               David MacArthur - 
New Age..............................................<cdbirdee at yahoo.com>



                                                      Phone: 
231-995-1090 (studio line)
 
231-995-1091 
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Message: 14
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 20:14:06 -0500
From: <louisx at verizon.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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Better to have him than no one. And at least he knows what he's talking 
about. Unfortunately there is a lot of ignorance about jazz in the 
mainstream media and therefore one spokesperson is about all they can 
handle. However, there are other slightly less mainstream media people, for 
example Tavis Smiley,  who bubble to the surface occasionally with great 
interviews with other jazz musicians.    It kind of reminds me of when you 
couldn't pick up an arts section without reading something about Leonard 
Bernstein.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jae Sinnett" <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 4:25 PM
Subject: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week


> Sponsored by: SPONSORS COMING
>
> I'm starting to wonder just how much this over exposure of Wynton is 
> benefiting jazz vs him......Is it really helping jazz in the views of 
> those on this list? He's an articulate and highly informed spokesperson 
> for this great music but there are others as well. The name game is 
> everywhere now from TV to radio to print publications to the Grammys. If 
> you weren't established years ago you don't seem to have a chance in hell 
> today regardless of your talent. The other part of this is that at least 
> there is someone in a high profile position that can speak about the 
> beauty and importance of jazz....to millions of folk.
>
>  I'll also give Wynton his due......the new CD is fabulous!. The writing, 
> vision, recording quality and performances. Top notch.
>
>  Jae Sinnett
>
> Jazz Promo Services <jazzpromo at earthlink.net> wrote:
>  Sponsored by: SPONSORS COMING
>
> WYNTON MARSALIS ON ABC'S "THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS" THIS 
> SUNDAY
>
> MARSALIS TAKES TO NATIONAL TV AIRWAVES TO TACKLE MULTIPLE ISSUES ON
> OUTSTANDING NEW ALBUM 'FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY' OUT MARCH 
> 6
> ON BLUE NOTE
>
> Tune in to ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" this Sunday to see
> Wynton Marsalis sharing the views he expresses on his outspoken new album
> 'From The Plantation to the Penitentiary,' (March 6-Blue Note Records). He
> will follow it up with appearances on "The Daily Show" (Comedy Central) on
> Wednesday and "Saturday Early Show" (CBS) March 10. More TV and syndicated
> radio programs will follow.
>
> Marsalis is also featured on the cover of the April issue of Jazz Times
> Magazine.
>
> Click on the digital player link for a sampling of this powerful new CD:
> http://www.bluenote.com/wyntonmarsalis/player
>
> To learn more about Shore Fire Media or Wynton Marsalis, please call us at
> 718.522.7171, email President Marilyn Laverty or visit us at
> http://www.shorefire.com
>
>
> -------------------------------------------
> SPONSORS COMING
> -------------------------------------------
>
> A number of people have stepped up to offer sponsorships. To become a 
> sponsor contact Devon Murphy
> at devon at jazzweek.com / 866-453-6401 x3 or Ed Trefzger at ed at jazzweek.com 
> / 866-453-6401 x1.
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> ---------------------------------
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> -------------------------------------------
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> -------------------------------------------
>
> A number of people have stepped up to offer sponsorships. To become a 
> sponsor contact Devon Murphy
> at devon at jazzweek.com / 866-453-6401 x3 or Ed Trefzger at ed at jazzweek.com 
> / 866-453-6401 x1.
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Message: 15
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 22:16:36 -0500
From: "Bobby Jackson" <ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
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I know Wynton, I love Wynton and he's been good for jazz BUT I also think 
jazz has benefitted him more than he has benefitted jazz.  Over exposure is 
the key element here.  Many musicians have said this for years and many are 
resentful.  In 2007 it is the same story yesterday.  The litmus test is 
this;  is jazz in a better position today for all of his efforts?  In the 
world of academia we are thriving. Record sales are dragging all over but 
especially in jazz.   In the world  of radio and television at BEST we're 
just treading  water.  At worse we're not on the air in many markets and 
losing precious hours of programming in many markets. While we're treading 
water we are also treading across the same ole paradigms that we've moved in

for the past twenty-five years with one difference.  There's less jazz on 
both the radio and on major television specials such as the Grammy's and 
Oscars, etc.  I'm not disparaging Wynton's efforts which for anyone have 
been no less than herculean BUT....he's still only one voice in many 
qualified voices that could speak about our music to the majority 
population.

When Ed Bradley passed away and left a void as host of Jazz From Lincoln 
Center I thought it was absolutely insane and absurd that Wynton was chosen 
to succeed him as host.  Could we have been more imaginative???  Enough 
already!  In a time when our numbers are dwindling, a little calculated risk

taking on the part of NPR would have been better than to plow the same field

in the same way.  What a disservice!!  I think our audience would have been 
better served to have someone who interfaces with a broader range of 
Americans to host it instead.  Someone with a name, love of the music and 
articulate such as Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Bill Clinton or Clint Eastwood. 
These are household names that everyone knows.  Guru would have been a 
better choice particularly with his reputation in the hip hop community as 
well as his relationship with Dr. Donald Byrd and Jazzamatazz.  Will-I-Am of

the Black Eyed Peas, Prince, Denzel Washington, Chaka Khan or Angela 
Bassett.  Harry Connick Jr. would have been better.  There are many people 
who could fit the bill.  Perhaps Wynton might consider (If he hasn't already

tried) directing the media or these powers that be to others that could 
speak equally as well as him or better on behalf of the music.  Wynton is 
not to blame but he could also step up and advocate for other spokes 
persons.  It would make a difference.

I'm just curious and need to ask each JPL'er this question?  Who do you 
think could possibly fit the bill as an alternative spokes person or 
syndicated radio host for this music?  Someone that would also generate 
interest in the majority population other than a jazz oriented personality?

Aloha,

Bobby Jackson
WCPN-FM
Cleveland, OH

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jae Sinnett" <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 4:25 PM
Subject: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week


> Sponsored by: SPONSORS COMING
>
> I'm starting to wonder just how much this over exposure of Wynton is 
> benefiting jazz vs him......Is it really helping jazz in the views of 
> those on this list? He's an articulate and highly informed spokesperson 
> for this great music but there are others as well. The name game is 
> everywhere now from TV to radio to print publications to the Grammys. If 
> you weren't established years ago you don't seem to have a chance in hell 
> today regardless of your talent. The other part of this is that at least 
> there is someone in a high profile position that can speak about the 
> beauty and importance of jazz....to millions of folk.
>
>  I'll also give Wynton his due......the new CD is fabulous!. The writing, 
> vision, recording quality and performances. Top notch.
>
>  Jae Sinnett
>
> Jazz Promo Services <jazzpromo at earthlink.net> wrote:
>  Sponsored by: SPONSORS COMING
>
> WYNTON MARSALIS ON ABC'S "THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS" THIS 
> SUNDAY
>
> MARSALIS TAKES TO NATIONAL TV AIRWAVES TO TACKLE MULTIPLE ISSUES ON
> OUTSTANDING NEW ALBUM 'FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY' OUT MARCH 
> 6
> ON BLUE NOTE
>
> Tune in to ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" this Sunday to see
> Wynton Marsalis sharing the views he expresses on his outspoken new album
> 'From The Plantation to the Penitentiary,' (March 6-Blue Note Records). He
> will follow it up with appearances on "The Daily Show" (Comedy Central) on
> Wednesday and "Saturday Early Show" (CBS) March 10. More TV and syndicated
> radio programs will follow.
>
> Marsalis is also featured on the cover of the April issue of Jazz Times
> Magazine.
>
> Click on the digital player link for a sampling of this powerful new CD:
> http://www.bluenote.com/wyntonmarsalis/player
>
> To learn more about Shore Fire Media or Wynton Marsalis, please call us at
> 718.522.7171, email President Marilyn Laverty or visit us at
> http://www.shorefire.com
>
>
> -------------------------------------------
> SPONSORS COMING
> -------------------------------------------
>
> A number of people have stepped up to offer sponsorships. To become a 
> sponsor contact Devon Murphy
> at devon at jazzweek.com / 866-453-6401 x3 or Ed Trefzger at ed at jazzweek.com 
> / 866-453-6401 x1.
>
>
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
> Send jazzproglist mailing list submissions to
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>
> You can reach the person managing the list at
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>
> Delivered to: jaejazz at yahoo.com
>
>
>
> ---------------------------------
> Get your own web address.
> Have a HUGE year through Yahoo! Small Business.
> -------------------------------------------
> SPONSORS COMING
> -------------------------------------------
>
> A number of people have stepped up to offer sponsorships. To become a 
> sponsor contact Devon Murphy
> at devon at jazzweek.com / 866-453-6401 x3 or Ed Trefzger at ed at jazzweek.com 
> / 866-453-6401 x1.
>
>
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
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Message: 16
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 22:42:28 -0500
From: Ed Trefzger <ed.trefzger at jazzweek.com>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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> I'm just curious and need to ask each JPL'er this question?  Who do 
> you think could possibly fit the bill as an alternative spokes person 
> or syndicated radio host for this music?  Someone that would also 
> generate interest in the majority population other than a jazz 
> oriented personality?
I nominate Bobby Jackson.

Ed




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Message: 17
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 23:39:29 -0500
From: <louisx at verizon.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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Can someone please explain to me what justifies the resentment of Wynton? 
Sure, I'm disgusted with the media's fawning over him because there are so 
many others worthy of the same publicity, but as far as blaming him, I just 
don't see it. He's only taking advantage of the opportunities that are at 
his disposal, which is understandable and smart. It would be foolish for 
anyone to throw them away. I haven't seen Wynton exclude anyone.  Does 
someone on this list know otherwise? And Jazz At Lincoln Center has a lot of

exposure because of him, which is good for New York and good for jazz 
worldwide.  If you have suggestions for him regarding how he runs JALC, then

write to him.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bobby Jackson" <ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 10:16 PM
Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week


> Sponsored by: SPONSORS COMING
>
> I know Wynton, I love Wynton and he's been good for jazz BUT I also think 
> jazz has benefitted him more than he has benefitted jazz.  Over exposure 
> is the key element here.  Many musicians have said this for years and many

> are resentful.  In 2007 it is the same story yesterday.  The litmus test 
> is this;  is jazz in a better position today for all of his efforts?  In 
> the world of academia we are thriving. Record sales are dragging all over 
> but especially in jazz.   In the world  of radio and television at BEST 
> we're just treading  water.  At worse we're not on the air in many markets

> and losing precious hours of programming in many markets. While we're 
> treading water we are also treading across the same ole paradigms that 
> we've moved in for the past twenty-five years with one difference. 
> There's less jazz on both the radio and on major television specials such 
> as the Grammy's and Oscars, etc.  I'm not disparaging Wynton's efforts 
> which for anyone have been no less than herculean BUT....he's still only 
> one voice in many qualified voices that could speak about our music to the

> majority population.
>
> When Ed Bradley passed away and left a void as host of Jazz From Lincoln 
> Center I thought it was absolutely insane and absurd that Wynton was 
> chosen to succeed him as host.  Could we have been more imaginative??? 
> Enough already!  In a time when our numbers are dwindling, a little 
> calculated risk taking on the part of NPR would have been better than to 
> plow the same field in the same way.  What a disservice!!  I think our 
> audience would have been better served to have someone who interfaces with

> a broader range of Americans to host it instead.  Someone with a name, 
> love of the music and articulate such as Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Bill Clinton

> or Clint Eastwood. These are household names that everyone knows.  Guru 
> would have been a better choice particularly with his reputation in the 
> hip hop community as well as his relationship with Dr. Donald Byrd and 
> Jazzamatazz.  Will-I-Am of the Black Eyed Peas, Prince, Denzel Washington,

> Chaka Khan or Angela Bassett.  Harry Connick Jr. would have been better. 
> There are many people who could fit the bill.  Perhaps Wynton might 
> consider (If he hasn't already tried) directing the media or these powers 
> that be to others that could speak equally as well as him or better on 
> behalf of the music.  Wynton is not to blame but he could also step up and

> advocate for other spokes persons.  It would make a difference.
>
> I'm just curious and need to ask each JPL'er this question?  Who do you 
> think could possibly fit the bill as an alternative spokes person or 
> syndicated radio host for this music?  Someone that would also generate 
> interest in the majority population other than a jazz oriented 
> personality?
>
> Aloha,
>
> Bobby Jackson
> WCPN-FM
> Cleveland, OH
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Jae Sinnett" <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
> To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 4:25 PM
> Subject: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
>
>
>> Sponsored by: SPONSORS COMING
>>
>> I'm starting to wonder just how much this over exposure of Wynton is 
>> benefiting jazz vs him......Is it really helping jazz in the views of 
>> those on this list? He's an articulate and highly informed spokesperson 
>> for this great music but there are others as well. The name game is 
>> everywhere now from TV to radio to print publications to the Grammys. If 
>> you weren't established years ago you don't seem to have a chance in hell

>> today regardless of your talent. The other part of this is that at least 
>> there is someone in a high profile position that can speak about the 
>> beauty and importance of jazz....to millions of folk.
>>
>>  I'll also give Wynton his due......the new CD is fabulous!. The writing,

>> vision, recording quality and performances. Top notch.
>>
>>  Jae Sinnett
>>
>> Jazz Promo Services <jazzpromo at earthlink.net> wrote:
>>  Sponsored by: SPONSORS COMING
>>
>> WYNTON MARSALIS ON ABC'S "THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS" THIS 
>> SUNDAY
>>
>> MARSALIS TAKES TO NATIONAL TV AIRWAVES TO TACKLE MULTIPLE ISSUES ON
>> OUTSTANDING NEW ALBUM 'FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY' OUT MARCH

>> 6
>> ON BLUE NOTE
>>
>> Tune in to ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" this Sunday to 
>> see
>> Wynton Marsalis sharing the views he expresses on his outspoken new album
>> 'From The Plantation to the Penitentiary,' (March 6-Blue Note Records). 
>> He
>> will follow it up with appearances on "The Daily Show" (Comedy Central) 
>> on
>> Wednesday and "Saturday Early Show" (CBS) March 10. More TV and 
>> syndicated
>> radio programs will follow.
>>
>> Marsalis is also featured on the cover of the April issue of Jazz Times
>> Magazine.
>>
>> Click on the digital player link for a sampling of this powerful new CD:
>> http://www.bluenote.com/wyntonmarsalis/player
>>
>> To learn more about Shore Fire Media or Wynton Marsalis, please call us 
>> at
>> 718.522.7171, email President Marilyn Laverty or visit us at
>> http://www.shorefire.com
>>
>>
>> -------------------------------------------
>> SPONSORS COMING
>> -------------------------------------------
>>
>> A number of people have stepped up to offer sponsorships. To become a 
>> sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>> at devon at jazzweek.com / 866-453-6401 x3 or Ed Trefzger at ed at jazzweek.com

>> / 866-453-6401 x1.
>>
>>
>> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>>
>> Send jazzproglist mailing list submissions to
>> jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>>
>> To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit
>> http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/jazzproglist
>> or, via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to
>> jazzproglist-request at jazzweek.com
>>
>> You can reach the person managing the list at
>> jazzproglist-owner at jazzweek.com
>>
>> Delivered to: jaejazz at yahoo.com
>>
>>
>>
>> ---------------------------------
>> Get your own web address.
>> Have a HUGE year through Yahoo! Small Business.
>> -------------------------------------------
>> SPONSORS COMING
>> -------------------------------------------
>>
>> A number of people have stepped up to offer sponsorships. To become a 
>> sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>> at devon at jazzweek.com / 866-453-6401 x3 or Ed Trefzger at ed at jazzweek.com

>> / 866-453-6401 x1.
>>
>>
>> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>>
>> Send jazzproglist mailing list submissions to
>> jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>> To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit
>> http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/jazzproglist
>> or, via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to
>> jazzproglist-request at jazzweek.com
>>
>> You can reach the person managing the list at
>> jazzproglist-owner at jazzweek.com
>>
>> Delivered to: ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net
>
> -------------------------------------------
> SPONSORS COMING
> -------------------------------------------
>
> A number of people have stepped up to offer sponsorships. To become a 
> sponsor contact Devon Murphy at devon at jazzweek.com / 866-453-6401 x3 or Ed

> Trefzger at ed at jazzweek.com / 866-453-6401 x1.
>
>
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
> Send jazzproglist mailing list submissions to
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> You can reach the person managing the list at
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> 




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Message: 18
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 23:10:18 -0600
From: Maurice Hogue <onemansjazz at shaw.ca>
Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg March 3, 2007
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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PLAYLIST:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg March 3, 2007

Teemu Viinikainen* Tales of Robert Dickson - KSJazz* Sneaking Part
II(Finland)
Chie Imaizumi* Unfailing Kindness - Capri* A Change For The Better
Patricia Barber* Mythologies - Blue Note* Persephone
Misha Piatigorsky* Uncommon Circumstance - ind* Fishing Boats
Jamie Baum Septet* Moving Forward, Standing Still - Omnitone* Central Park
Denis Colin Trio with Gwen Matthews* Songs For Swans - Hope Street* 
Ohio(France)
Matt Wilson Arts & Crafts* Scenic Route - Palmetto* The Scenic Route
Hilario Duran & Perspectiva* Encuentro en la Habana - Alma* No More Cha 
Cha(Canada)
Stefan Bauer Voyage* Voyage - ind* Seduction(Canada)
Drumheller* Wives - Rat-Drifting* Calypso(Canada)
Drumheller* Wives - Rad Drifting* Sketch #5(Canada)
Fred Hess Band* How Bout Now - Tapestry* Opposites Attract
Airto Moreira* Killer Bees - B&W* Nevermind
Ernesto Cervini Quartet* Here - ind* The Sneaky Two(Canada)
Michael Blake Trio* Right Before Your Very Ears - Clean Feed*
Funhouse(Canada)
Michele Rosewoman & Quintessence* The In Side Out - Advance Dance* Advance 
Dance
Andrew Hill* Time Lines - Blue Note* Time Lines
Russell Gunn* Plays Miles - HighNote* Footprints
John Taylor* Angel of the Presence - CamJazz* Vaguely Asian(UK)
Scott Kinsey * Kinesthetics - Abstract Logix* Sometimes I ...
Masada* Live in Sevilla 2000 - Tzadik* Nashon

Extended show:  fill-in for a hiphop show

Dapp Theory* New Age of Aquarius - Contrology* Strictly Stern(Canada)
Bob Murphy Quartet* Homage to Fraser McPherson - Radio Canada*
         Oh I Got The Blues(Canada)
Bomba* Entre Sol Y Luz - Ind* Bulla!(Canada)
BoboK* Creative Jazz - Dig Your Roots* Errone(Canada)
Soweto Kinch* A Life In The Day of B 19 - Dune(UK)
         Played the WHOLE record
RH Factor* Strength - Verve* For Fun

Maurice Hogue 



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Message: 19
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2007 00:30:43 -0500
From: "Bobby Jackson" <ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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Louis X,

It's obvious you don't understand my point. Perhaps many of you don't. 
Again, let me try to state this clearly.   This is not a matter of 
resentment.  This is a matter of sharing the wealth and having other points 
of view put jazz into the limelight as well.  Read my lips, er, uh 
E-MAIL.....I don't resent Wynton.  I am a huge fan and I appreciate Wynton 
very much.  I applaud and stand WITH Wynton but there are others that could 
probably be more effective in terms of getting jazz a higher profile in the 
public eye.  Wynton is such an obvious choice to yield to but it is an old 
tactic.  It is passe and ultimately not moving more people to our fold.   It

is not working.  We continue to lose ground.     Jazz @ Lincoln Center is 
feeling the pinch too quiet as it's kept.  I've spoken to Wynton many times 
aover the years and he's disparaged so-called electronic fusion music.  He 
called the electric bass not a real instrument but, a toy.  He said this to 
me DIRECTLY in a pointed conversation.  I never forgot it.  Today people are

playing "electric fusion" in the presenting stages of Jazz @ Lincoln Center 
and musicians such as Marcus Miller have a place in that hall to showcase 
their music.  I KNOW Wynton as artistic director didn't have that kind of 
programming in mind when he first got those doors to open.  I think he has 
learned that you've got to expand your audience to keep those doors open 
because his personal vision is not enough to keep those doors open and 
people paying.  We're all suffering in one way or another here.  I'm 
digressing a bit from my original point here but it's all related in one way

or another.

As I pointed out in my first email on the subject, WHO OUTSIDE of the jazz 
canon.....

1) has an iconic and recognizable name
2) loves jazz
3) is charasmatic enough to move people who are not inclined to pay our jazz

world any attention, and get them to make it an important part of their 
world too.

It will take someone outside of the jazz world to get this boulder rolling 
back into the consciousness of mainstream America because jazz is not as 
popular in mainstream America as we think it is or would like it to be.  By 
and large we live in a hip hop world. That is a sober truth.  Just turn on 
your TV or radio; go to the movies.  The signposts are everywhere.

Louis X, why don't you see the writing on the wall?

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Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week


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> Can someone please explain to me what justifies the resentment of Wynton? 
> Sure, I'm disgusted with the media's fawning over him because there are so

> many others worthy of the same publicity, but as far as blaming him, I 
> just don't see it. He's only taking advantage of the opportunities that 
> are at his disposal, which is understandable and smart. It would be 
> foolish for anyone to throw them away. I haven't seen Wynton exclude 
> anyone.  Does someone on this list know otherwise? And Jazz At Lincoln 
> Center has a lot of exposure because of him, which is good for New York 
> and good for jazz worldwide.  If you have suggestions for him regarding 
> how he runs JALC, then write to him.
>
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> From: "Bobby Jackson" <ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>
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> Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 10:16 PM
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>> I know Wynton, I love Wynton and he's been good for jazz BUT I also think

>> jazz has benefitted him more than he has benefitted jazz.  Over exposure 
>> is the key element here.  Many musicians have said this for years and 
>> many are resentful.  In 2007 it is the same story yesterday.  The litmus 
>> test is this;  is jazz in a better position today for all of his efforts?

>> In the world of academia we are thriving. Record sales are dragging all 
>> over but especially in jazz.   In the world  of radio and television at 
>> BEST we're just treading  water.  At worse we're not on the air in many 
>> markets and losing precious hours of programming in many markets. While 
>> we're treading water we are also treading across the same ole paradigms 
>> that we've moved in for the past twenty-five years with one difference. 
>> There's less jazz on both the radio and on major television specials such

>> as the Grammy's and Oscars, etc.  I'm not disparaging Wynton's efforts 
>> which for anyone have been no less than herculean BUT....he's still only 
>> one voice in many qualified voices that could speak about our music to 
>> the majority population.
>>
>> When Ed Bradley passed away and left a void as host of Jazz From Lincoln 
>> Center I thought it was absolutely insane and absurd that Wynton was 
>> chosen to succeed him as host.  Could we have been more imaginative??? 
>> Enough already!  In a time when our numbers are dwindling, a little 
>> calculated risk taking on the part of NPR would have been better than to 
>> plow the same field in the same way.  What a disservice!!  I think our 
>> audience would have been better served to have someone who interfaces 
>> with a broader range of Americans to host it instead.  Someone with a 
>> name, love of the music and articulate such as Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Bill 
>> Clinton or Clint Eastwood. These are household names that everyone knows.

>> Guru would have been a better choice particularly with his reputation in 
>> the hip hop community as well as his relationship with Dr. Donald Byrd 
>> and Jazzamatazz.  Will-I-Am of the Black Eyed Peas, Prince, Denzel 
>> Washington, Chaka Khan or Angela Bassett.  Harry Connick Jr. would have 
>> been better. There are many people who could fit the bill.  Perhaps 
>> Wynton might consider (If he hasn't already tried) directing the media or

>> these powers that be to others that could speak equally as well as him or

>> better on behalf of the music.  Wynton is not to blame but he could also 
>> step up and advocate for other spokes persons.  It would make a 
>> difference.
>>
>> I'm just curious and need to ask each JPL'er this question?  Who do you 
>> think could possibly fit the bill as an alternative spokes person or 
>> syndicated radio host for this music?  Someone that would also generate 
>> interest in the majority population other than a jazz oriented 
>> personality?
>>
>> Aloha,
>>
>> Bobby Jackson
>> WCPN-FM
>> Cleveland, OH
>>
>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>> From: "Jae Sinnett" <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
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>> Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 4:25 PM
>> Subject: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
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>>> I'm starting to wonder just how much this over exposure of Wynton is 
>>> benefiting jazz vs him......Is it really helping jazz in the views of 
>>> those on this list? He's an articulate and highly informed spokesperson 
>>> for this great music but there are others as well. The name game is 
>>> everywhere now from TV to radio to print publications to the Grammys. If

>>> you weren't established years ago you don't seem to have a chance in 
>>> hell today regardless of your talent. The other part of this is that at 
>>> least there is someone in a high profile position that can speak about 
>>> the beauty and importance of jazz....to millions of folk.
>>>
>>>  I'll also give Wynton his due......the new CD is fabulous!. The 
>>> writing, vision, recording quality and performances. Top notch.
>>>
>>>  Jae Sinnett
>>>
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>>> album
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>>> He
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>>> on
>>> Wednesday and "Saturday Early Show" (CBS) March 10. More TV and 
>>> syndicated
>>> radio programs will follow.
>>>
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>>>
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Message: 20
Date: Sun, 04 Mar 2007 19:30:46 +1300
From: Mark Robinson <markrobbo at clear.net.nz>
Subject: [JPL] New Zealand - Mark Robinson - Playlists for weekending
	4th	March 2007
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Kia Ora,

 

KFM Radio - Giantsteps Tuesday 27th Feb

 

1. Kristian Sensini - Afro Blue (2006 self release)

2. Ondine Darcyl - Chega De Suadade (2006 Darcyl Records)

3. Bradley Leighton - Pink Panther Theme (2006 Pacific Coast Jazz)

4. Brian Smith - Taupo (2007 ODE NZ)

5. Bradley Leighton - Dona Maria (2003 Pacific Coast Jazz)

6. Johnny Lippiet - You and the Bike and The Music (2004 self release NZ)

7. Atlas Soul - Angel Mio (2006 Cosmos)

8. The Catz In The Hatz - Nature Boy (2006 Rhombus)

9. Quasimode - Ipe Amerelo (2006 Jap Promo)

10. Sleepwalker - Kaze (2006 Especial)

11. Soil & Pimp Sessions - Waltz For Goddess (2006 Compost records)

12. Soil & Pimp Sessions - Avalanche (2006 Compost records)

13. Vocal Jazz Quartet - Cercuri (2006 Sonar Kollektiv)

14. Rick Lazar & Montuno Police - Mineiro De Coracao (2004 self release)

15. Anthony Pacci - Cuete (2006 self release)

16. Rez Abbasi - Bazaar (2006 Zoho Music)

17. Sunny Jain - As Is (2002 NCM)

18. Roger Manins Trio - 88/98 (2007 promo)

19. Theo Crocker - Focus (2007 Left Sided Music)

20. Elliott Caine Quintet - El Nuevo (2006 Rhombus)

21. Nigel Gavin - Year of the Rooster (2006 Thrum NZ)

22. Mike Nock & Dave Liebman - Start Crossed Lovers (2007 Birdland)

 

 

GeorgeFM - It's A Jazz Thing Sunday 4th March

 

Jazz Funk/Fusion Special - just 2 hours of my favorite jazz-funk &
jazz-fusion tunes of all time.

 

1. Atmosphere - Dancing In Outer Space (1978 Soul Jazz comp)

2. Eddie Henderson - Prance On (1978 Capitol)

3. Incognito - Shine On (1981 Ensign)

4. Willie Bobo - Always There (1978 CBS)

5. Level 42 - Love Meeting Love (1982 Polydor)

6. Starship Orchestra - Your a Star (1980 CBS)

7. Morrissey Mullen - Slipstream (1984 Ensign)

8. Edie Russ - Zaius (1976 Monument)

9. Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin - Love Supreme (1973 Columbia)

10. Weather Report - Black Market (1979 CBS)

11. Miles Davis - John McLaughlin (1970 CBS)

12. Hologram - Expansion (2006 MA Productions)

13. Gato Barbieri - Fiesta (1976 A&M)

14. John Klemmer - Brazilia (1976 ABC)

15. Ramsey Lewis - Brazilica (1976 CBS)

16. MFSB - Mysteries of the World (1980 CBS)

17. EWF - Africana (1975 CBS)

 

Cheers, Mark

021762451

www.itsajazzthing.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Message: 21
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2007 01:38:00 EST
From: JanLeder at aol.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
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>> I'm just curious and need to ask each JPL'er this question?   Who do you 
>> think could possibly fit the bill as an alternative  spokes person or 
>> syndicated radio host for this music?  
 
Bill Cosby!
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