[JPL] RE: jazzproglist Digest, Vol 9, Issue 66

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>Today's Topics:
>
>    1. Re: Sponsors needed (EdBride at aol.com)
>    2. Whatever it takes... (Bob Rogers)
>    3. The JPL and why we need it (Blaise Lantana)
>    4. Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (POWDERSPAM at aol.com)
>    5. Re: Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (POWDERSPAM at aol.com)
>    6. Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (MFA - Jazz Publicity & Radio Promotion)
>    7. Re: Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (Jim Wilke)
>    8. JPL list memebers $25 per year subscription fee ? (Mskff at aol.com)
>    9. whatever it takes (Lisa Markley)
>   10. RE: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (Claudia Russell)
>   11. JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ? (ghunt at mtsu.edu)
>   12. Re: Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (POWDERSPAM at aol.com)
>   13. playlist: New Edge 2/27/07 (Ken Field)
>   14. RE:Sponsors needed or this mailing list will end...
>       (Mark Robinson)
>   15. WRUV playlists and charts (Amy/Eric)
>   16. Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (pcomb at comcast.net)
>   17. RE: Blujazz will support JPL (Blujazz)
>   18. Re: Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (JanLeder at aol.com)
>   19. Playlist: WCVE-FM Richmond VA Wed 2-28 (Peter Solomon)
>   20. Re: Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (Lazaro Vega)
>   21. Re: Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (Lazaro Vega)
>   22. Re: An essay: Why Americans Don't Like Jazz (Lazaro Vega)
>   23. JPL future direction (Tom Mallison)
>   24. Re: An essay: Why Americans Don't Like Jazz (Jae Sinnett)
>   25. RE: An essay: Why Americans Don't Like Jazz (Rick McLaughlin)
>   26. Re: "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease
>       operation" (philip booth)
>   27. Re: "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease
>       operation" (Tom Mallison)
>   28. Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>       (Eric Alan @ Jazz Rendezvous)
>   29. Re: "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease
>       operation" (philip booth)
>   30. Straight, No Chaser (WSHA-FM - www.wshafm.org) 02-28-07
>       (Bob Rogers)
>   31. RE: "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease
>       operation" (Todd Barkan)
>   32. Playlist WGBH 8 pm - mid. 2/28 (Eric Jackson)



>From: EdBride at aol.com
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Sponsors needed
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 18:58:30 EST
>In a message dated 2/28/2007 6:24:20 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
>jazzgirl at earthlink.net writes:
>
><<..once people "pay" their expectations may change; positively  and
>negatively. Topics may expand....good.  But, gig postings may  increase...I 
>assume
>bad..>>
>
>There's no doubt about this. In terms of sponsorships: where are the  
>record
>labels of the performers who are JPL members?
>
>
>Ed
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>From: "Bob Rogers" <rwsfin at hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] Whatever it takes...
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:00:21 -0500
>Re: continuation of JPL, count me in for whatever it takes to continue this 
>valuable service.
>
>Bob Rogers
>2816 Barmettler Street
>Raleigh, NC 27607
>WSHA - www.wshafm.org
>Bouille & Rogers
>email: rwsfin at hotmail.com
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>From: "Blaise Lantana" <blaise.lantana at riomail.maricopa.edu>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "'Jazz Programmers Mailing List'" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: [JPL] The JPL and why we need it
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 17:26:10 -0700
>The idea of a once a year fee is a good one I think.  Something most of us
>already manage in subscriptions for Billboard or other trades.  If you want
>to find out about jazz radio and what is going on then you would subscribe.
>I think this applies to musicians, promoters, stations and labels.   I 
>don't
>have much interest in musicians promoting their gigs since I already get
>listings from jazz clubs around the world and from artists.
>
>Jazz and Jazz Radio are not the same thing.  We have different priorities,
>which is why I enjoy the JPL; we are talking about jazz but from a radio
>programming viewpoint.  I would think a musician would want to know what
>Jazz radio is interested in, what Jazz radio is playing and why.  That way
>they would know what stations or markets might be interested in their
>project, so the playlist could serve the musicians in that manner.
>
>
>Although I find the playlists interesting sometimes, many are from two hour
>shows that air once a week that barely play jazz.  As a jazz programmer 
>this
>doesn't really serve me, I usually delete those.  I am very busy listening
>to music that is coming in faster than I can pile it up, from people you
>have never heard of, and the main thing I want from musicians is how to
>pronounce your name if you've sent me product that I might use.  If you are
>playing in my neighborhood please let me know and try to set up an in 
>studio
>interview.  If you are playing somewhere else, call or email the radio
>station there, but I don't need to know.
>
>I appreciate that musicians "lurk" and keep it low key on the JPL;  I
>appreciate their questions and occasional comments and insights, but I am
>mostly interested in trends and ideas for how to keep this music alive on
>the very unique medium of radio.  The JPL also shows me the differences in
>trends across the country and from rural to urban markets when I check
>playlists from different jazz stations.
>
>If I do my job of keeping jazz alive on radio and generating new audience,
>then there will be somewhere for a musician's project to be played and
>heard.
>
>Blaise Lantana
>Music Director
>KJZZ Phoenix
>Streaming at kjzz.org
>
>
>
>
>
>
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>You may want to consider a "non-profit type" of fund drive instead of a 
>paid
>subscription with all types of giving levels. Giving just says I appreciate
>what you are currently doing and want to help support it.
>
>Jae may be right, once people "pay" their expectations may change;
>positively and negatively. Topics may expand....good.  But, gig postings 
>may
>increase...I assume bad.
>
>Michelle Walker
>Vocalist
>NYC
>
>
>
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>From: POWDERSPAM at aol.com
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>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: Re: [JPL] JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:32:31 EST
>no problem. well worth it.
>
>david avery
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>From: POWDERSPAM at aol.com
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>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:34:41 EST
>
>In a message dated 2/28/2007 6:12:23 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
>jwilke123 at comcast.net writes:
>
>I for  one would pay $25 to not see the playlists, but that's another
>matter.  Count me in ...
>
>
>
>we need the playlists.
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>From: MFA - Jazz Publicity & Radio 
>Promotion<MitchellFeldmanAssociates at Comcast.net>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:45:28 -0500
>Count me in...I would like to continue to be able to post the  playlist for 
>my show and definitely appreciate seeing others'  playlists for the same 
>reason Maurice does...
>
>So now I'll open a can of worms with a twist on the "tiered  membership" 
>suggestion...since neither I nor my clients can always  afford to sponsor 
>an entire week why not charge more to labels or  promoters if they want to 
>post promotional announcements of projects  or their weekly promo blasts?  
>Pay to play.
>
>I can hear Jim Wilke (and others) howling but there is always that  delete 
>key or the digest mailing option -- we came up with the idea  to preface 
>playlists posts with the word "Playlist" so why not use  something easily 
>recognizable to preface a promo pitch so people can  read or delete as they 
>please.
>
>Mitchell
>[JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
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>jwilke123 at comcast.net writes:
>
>I for  one would pay $25 to not see the playlists, but that's another
>matter.  Count me in ...
>
>
>
>we need the playlists.
>-david
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>From: Jim Wilke <jwilke123 at comcast.net>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 17:00:00 -0800
>Re: playlists -  I know, David. I was being facetious and speaking purely 
>from my own point of view.  I can hit "delete" if I don't choose to pour 
>over every playlist.  BTW, including "playlist" in the subject line made a 
>big improvement from that standpoint.  If gigs and promos are to be 
>allowed, perhaps including "promo" in the subject line would serve a 
>similar purpose for those who don't wish to read those items...  just 
>thinking of ways to keep from making it more difficult for Ed.  We all 
>appreciate what you do, Ed!
>
>I'm sure playlists are of particular interest to musicians and record 
>companies.  The playlists are the most visited pages on our own website, 
>presumably including visits from musicians, record companies and hopefully, 
>listeners.
>
>Jim Wilke
>Jazz After Hours, PRI
>www.jazzafterhours.org
>
>On Wednesday, February 28, 2007, at 04:34  PM, POWDERSPAM at aol.com wrote:
>
>>
>>In a message dated 2/28/2007 6:12:23 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
>>jwilke123 at comcast.net writes:
>>
>>I for  one would pay $25 to not see the playlists, but that's another
>>matter.  Count me in ...
>>
>>
>>
>>we need the playlists.
>>-david
>>
>
>





>From: Mskff at aol.com
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] JPL list memebers $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:16:32 EST
>We believe this is an invaluable service for many.
>
>Thank you and please count us in.
>
>
>Frank & Kathy Jackson
>Kasis Records, LLC
>San Francisco, CA   USA
>415-337-9478
>www.frankjacksonjazz.com
>www.cdbaby.com/fjackson
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>From: Lisa Markley <txmalvina at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] whatever it takes
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 17:18:51 -0800 (PST)
>Just tell me where to send the check.
>
>If you want  musicians to do their research before sending their CD's, then 
>this list is crucial.  You don't want CD's that don't fit your show, we 
>don't want to waste CD's on the wrong shows.  Seems like a good fit. This 
>list is invaluable to me.
>
>Another thought--How does the folk-dj list handle this?  Many of those dj's 
>are probably sharing the same stations with the jazz dj's 
>(http://www.folkradio.org).  How is that listserv funded?
>
>Either way, $25 seems absolutely fair, even to this hungry musician.
>
>Lisa Markley
>www.soonasongs.com/artists_lisa_markley.php
>
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>From: Claudia Russell <crussell at sdccd.edu>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "'Jazz Programmers Mailing List'" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: RE: [JPL] JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 14:23:50 -0800
>
>A small price to pay to information and discussion.  Though I seldom post, 
>I
>often read.  And I learn.  That's worth 25 buck a year to me.
>
>Peace out,
>Claudia
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>Claudia Russell
>Program Director
>Jazz Host
>KSDS 88.3fm Public Radio
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>San Diego, CA 92101
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com
>[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Jackson, Bobby
>Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 2:22 PM
>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List
>Subject: RE: [JPL] JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
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>[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Mark Elf
>Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 5:14 PM
>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List
>Subject: [JPL] JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
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>Hello all, I rarely post here but I'd like to suggest a $25. a year
>subscription fee for the JPL service . $25. X 600 = 15,000 .  Of course I
>wonder how many of the 600 that enjoy this service would stick around if
>
>they had to pay for it.
>
>Should we  take a roll call on the current members  who would pay $25.
>per
>year?
>
>The money generated would take care of Ed and keep the JPL going. . If we
>can't afford $25. a year then the JPL needs to go away for Ed's sake.
>
>Mark Elf
>
>At 04:22 PM 2/28/2007, you wrote:
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>From: <ghunt at mtsu.edu>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:26:22 -0600 (CST)
>$25 a year?  That's an easy one.  Count me in.
>greg-WMOT, Nashville
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>From: POWDERSPAM at aol.com
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:36:42 EST
>
>In a message dated 2/28/2007 8:01:09 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
>jwilke123 at comcast.net writes:
>
>Re:  playlists -  I know, David. I was being facetious and speaking
>purely  from my own point of view.  I can hit "delete" if I don't choose
>to  pour over every playlist.  BTW, including "playlist" in the subject
>line made a big improvement from that standpoint.  If gigs and promos
>are to be allowed, perhaps including "promo" in the subject line would
>serve a similar purpose for those who don't wish to read those items...
>just thinking of ways to keep from making it more difficult for  Ed.
>We all appreciate what you do, Ed!
>
>
>
>good point and idea, jim.
>-david
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>From: Ken Field <ken at kenfield.org>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] playlist: New Edge 2/27/07
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:53:24 -0500
>Here is the playlist for the 2/27/07 edition of The New Edge,
>a two hour radio program airing Tuesday afternoons from 2-4pm
>on WMBR 88.1FM in Cambridge, MA, and webcasting at http://www.wmbr.org.
>
>The New Edge is devoted to creative and innovative instrumental music.
>
>Complete playlists are available at http://newedge.home.att.net
>
>Let me know if you'd prefer to be removed from this email list.
>
>ARTIST/CD/LABEL/TRACK
>Compagnie Christian Vieussens/Noche en Vela/CIRMA/Arc 96
>Lemon Jelly/Lost Horizons/XL Recordings/Return To Patagonia
>Subaro/Speak In Tones/Alpha Pocket/Subaro Part 2
>Maurer & Rodenkirchen/Hidden Fresco/NEMU/...A Due
>Phillip Bimstein/Larkin Gifford's Harmonica/Starkland/Larkin Gifford's 
>Harmonica
>Jonathan Keezing/Tap Touch/Passion/Squirrel Map
>Michael Halaas/The Lucidity Project/Birds Can Fly/Waiting
>Ustad Shahid Parvez/Darbari, a tribute to Dulal Babu .../Dunya/Shahana
>Thai Elephant Orchestra/Elephonic Rhapsodies/Mulatta/Ganesha triumphant
>Conveniens/Conveniens/Conveniens/Know It Ain't
>Flatlands Collective/Flatlands Collective/Skycap/Longtones
>Library Tapes/Feelings For Something Lost/Resonant/Departures
>Library Tapes/Feelings For Something Lost/Resonant/Shut Your Eyes And 
>You'll Find
>Daniel Lentz/Los Tigres de Marte/Cold Blue/Los Tigres de Marte
>Niklas Winter Quartet/Piae Cantiones/Abovoice/Angelus Emittitur
>Niklas Winter Quartet/Piae Cantiones/Abovoice/Ave Funda Davidis
>Niklas Winter Quartet/Piae Cantiones/Abovoice/Född Idag En Pilt Oss Är
>Rena Jones/Driftwood/Native State/Photosynthesis


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>From: Mark Robinson <markrobbo at clear.net.nz>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] RE:Sponsors needed or this mailing list will end...
>Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 15:13:11 +1300
>Kia Ora,
>
>
>
>I have been using this list for a year or so. Not only have I enjoyed the
>general banter and gossip but I have made valuable contacts that has helped
>me offer my listeners here in New Zealand (and around the world via
>streaming) a wide and varied mixture of jazz. There is no way I would have
>made these contacts without this list.
>
>
>
>I have no problems at all contributing financially to this service - I 
>think
>it is very very valuable to jazz music.
>
>
>
>Cheers, Mark
>
>021762451
>
>www.itsajazzthing.com
>
>
>
>
>
>
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>
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>From: Amy/Eric <pearl3leff at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] WRUV playlists and charts
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 18:27:00 -0800 (PST)
>Hi folks, Here are three recent playlists and our
>latest CMJ chart. Much more music is being played here
>than is listed. Please feel free to contact me if you
>have questions about music being played at WRUV. As
>always, thank you for the opportunity to present the
>music!
>Eric Leff
>jazz/ blues music director
>WRUV
>Billings Student Center
>University of Vermont
>Burlington, VT 05405
>
>MELODIOUS FUNK 2/27/07
>
>Kenny Werner- New Amsterdam- Lawn Chair Society (Blue
>Note)
>
>Scott Colley- Strip Mall Ballet- Architect of the
>Silent Moment (CAMjazz)
>
>Graham Collier- Part 5- Hoarded Dreams (Cuneiform)
>
>Matthias Shubert Quartet- Nichol’s Dime- Blue and Grey
>Suite (Enja)
>
>Matthias Shubert Quartet- Shreeveport Stomp- Trappola
>(Red Toucan)
>
>Stefano Bollani- Improvisation IV- Solo Piano (ECM)
>
>Enrico Rava Quintet- Tutu- The Words and the Days
>(ECM)
>
>The Revolutionary Ensemble- Light- And Now…. (PI)
>
>Leroy Jenkins Sting- No  Banks River- Urban Blues
>(Black Saint)
>
>Leroy Jenkins- Panorama- Themes and Improvisations on
>the Blues (CRI eXchange)
>
>Taylor Ho Bynum, Tomas Fuiwara- Five Miniatures- True
>Events (482)
>
>John Lindberg, Karl Berger- In My Mind’s Eye- Duets 1
>(Between the Lines)
>
>Michael Marcus, Ted Daniel- Sweet n’ Lowe- Duology
>(Boxholder)
>
>Marie Soliel Belanger, Normand Guilbeault- Comme Deux
>Goattes D’eau- Le Salines (Ambiances Magnitiques)
>
>Tin Hat- Drawing Lessons- Sad Machinery of Spring
>(Hannibal)
>
>SPECIAL EDITION 2/26/07
>
>Ned Rothenberg’s SYNC with Strings- Fantazyor- Inner
>Diaspora (Tzadik)
>
>Sunny Jain Collective- Meri Bhavana- Avaaz (SinJ)
>
>Mike Marshall, Hamilton De Holanda- Brejero- New Words
>(Adventure)
>
>Scott Colley- Archtect of the Silent Moment- Title Cut
>(CAMjazz)
>
>Lloyd Thayer- Pole Vaulting Mingus- Birds (Lloyd
>Thayer)
>
>Memphis Slim, Buddy Guy- you Called Me Last Night-
>Southside Reunion (Masion De Blues)
>
>Ari Hoenig- This Little Light of Mine- Inversations
>(Dreyfus)
>
>Sylvain Luc- Fandanguito- Joko (Dreyfus)
>
>Third World Love- Hareshut- Sketch of Tel Aviv
>(Smalls)
>
>Abram Wilson- After the Storm- Ride (Dune)
>
>Hazmat Modine- Everybody Loves You- Bahamut (Barbes)
>
>Matt Wilson’s Arts and Crafts- Our Prayer/ Give Peace
>a
>Chance- The Scenic Route (Palmetto)
>
>Tin Hat- Blind Paper Dragon- Sad Machinery of Spring
>(Hannibal)
>
>Gato Libre- In Budapest, In April- Nomad (No Man;s
>Land)
>
>Bethany and Rufus- 900 Miles- Title Cut (Hyena)
>
>Brad Shepik Trio- Return- Places You Go (Songlines)
>
>Duke Pearson- Scrap Iron- Rudi van Gelder Series
>Sampler (Blue Note)
>
>Enrico Rava Quintet- The Words and the Days- Title Cut
>(ECM)
>
>Gordon Grdina- Yellow Spot Into the Sun- Think Like
>the Waves (Songlines)
>
>Tin Hat- Daisey Bell- Sad Machinery of Spring
>(Hannibal)
>
>Ron Miles- I’ll Be There- Stone/ Blossom (Sterling
>Circle)
>
>Jazz Passengers- It Came From Outer Space/ Stardust-
>Individually Twisted (32jazz)
>
>MELODIOUS FUNK 2/19/07
>
>Lake, Tchicai, Osgood, Westergaard- Smiling Billy
>Higgins- Lake, Tchicai, Osgood, Westergaard
>(Passin’ Thru)
>
>Matt Wilson Quartet- Thankyou Billy Higgins- Humidity
>(Palmetto)
>
>Matt Wilson’s Arts and Crafts- Our Prayer/ Give Peace
>a
>Chance- The Scenic Route (Palmetto)
>
>Hugh Hopper- Lonely Woman- Hopper Tunity (Cunieform)
>
>Ornette Coleman- Matador- Sound Grammar (Sound
>Grammar)
>
>Bethany and Rufus- Isn’t That So- 900 Miles (Hyena)
>
>Big Octave- Al Hemiola- Big Octave (LoNote)
>
>Sylvain Luc- Joko- Joko (Dreyfus)
>
>Michel Portal, Richard Galliano- Mozambique- Concerts
>(Dreyfus)
>
>Cordame- Habanera II- Cordame (Malasartes)
>
>Isiah Ceccarelli- La Luna Dessedyanta- Lieux-dits
>(Ambiances Magnitiques)
>
>Andre Duchesne- Autant Di Lundis Que De Line Sur La
>Corde A Linge- Cordes a Danser (Ambiances Magnitiques)
>
>Gordon Grdina’s Boxcutter- Kenton and I- Unlearn
>(Spool)
>
>Gordon Grdina- Morning Moon, Ginger Root- Think Like
>the Waves (Songlines)
>
>Mathias Shubert Quartet- Don Cordolone- Trappola (Red
>Toucan)
>
>
>
>
>--- pearl3leff at yahoo.com wrote:
>
> > Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 22:42:21 -0500
> > From: pearl3leff at yahoo.com
> > Subject: WRUV CMJ #999 playlists: Jazz, Jazz Adds
> > To: undisclosed-recipients:;
> >
>
>---------------------------------
>WRUV Playlists for CMJ NMR Issue #999
>
>Jazz
>   RankArtistRecordingLabelUser Supplied Version1GORDON
>GRDINA/GARY PEACOCK/PAUL MOTIANThink Like The
>WavesSonglines 2BETHANY AND RUFUS900 MilesHyena 3MIKE
>DILLON’S GO-GO JUNGLE Battery MilkHyena 4ORNETTE
>COLEMANSound GrammarSound Grammar 5MAHAVISHNU
>PROJECTReturn To Emerald Beyond 6HUGH HOPPERHopper
>Tunity 7GRAHAM COLLIERHoarded DreamsCuneiform 8FOUR
>BAGS *live at barbes *NCMeast * waiting for CMJ
>verification 9BIG OCTAVEBig OctaveLo Note 10NED
>ROTHENBERGInner DiasporaTzadik
>* indicates information which has not yet been
>verifiedby CMJ staff.
>
>
>Jazz Adds
>   RankArtistRecordingLabelUser Supplied Version1ENRICO
>RAVA QUINTETThe Words And The DaysECM 2MATT WILSONThe
>Scenic RoutePalmetto 3STEFANO BOLLANIPiano SoloECM
>4TIN HAT The Sad Machinery of SpringRyko/Hannibal
>5ABRAM WILSONRide!Dune
>* indicates information which has not yet been
>verifiedby CMJ staff.
>
>
>
>____________________________________________________________________________________
>We won't tell. Get more on shows you hate to love
>(and love to hate): Yahoo! TV's Guilty Pleasures list.
>http://tv.yahoo.com/collections/265
>





>From: pcomb at comcast.net
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>,Jazz 
>Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 02:27:07 +0000
>I think that is quite reasonable.  If this is what it would take, JPL has 
>my $25.  I do plan to advertise but that is still a while in the future.'
>
>Paul


>  -------------- Original message ----------------------
>From: Mark Elf <jenbayjazz at earthlink.net>
> > -------------------------------------------
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> > Hello all, I rarely post here but I'd like to suggest a $25. a year
> > subscription fee for the JPL service . $25. X 600 = 15,000 .  Of course 
>I
> > wonder how many of the 600 that enjoy this service would stick around if
> > they had to pay for it.
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> > Should we  take a roll call on the current members  who would pay $25. 
>per
> > year?
> >
> > The money generated would take care of Ed and keep the JPL going. . If 
>we
> > can't afford $25. a year then the JPL needs to go away for Ed's sake.
> >
> > Mark Elf
> >
> > At 04:22 PM 2/28/2007, you wrote:
> > >-------------------------------------------
> > >
> > >Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
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>From: "Blujazz" <info at blujazz.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: [JPL] RE: Blujazz will support JPL
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:37:15 -0600
>Blujazz will put in $25 per year or  more if needed to support JPL.  It is 
>a
>valued institution,
>Greg Pasenko
>Blujazz, President
>www.blujazz.com <http://www.blujazz.com/>
>www.gregpasenko.com <http://www.gregpasenko.com/>
>www.skokietheatre.com <http://www.skokietheatre.com/>
>
>
>
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>From: JanLeder at aol.com
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 21:50:38 EST
>Of course $25 is quite reasonable for what we get here and I'd be willing  
>to
>pay it also.  Obviously many of us are.  However, I'm concerned  that the
>nature of the list will change, and we might be shooting ourselves in  the 
>foot
>here, so to speak.
>
>I've never sponsored the list, and so I don't know how much  sponsorship
>costs.  I did notice that sponsorships in the past have  seemed to go on 
>for a
>week or two even.  I always notice who sponsors the  list, and I think it's 
>a
>great way for an artist and/or label to  advertise.  Is it possible we 
>could keep
>the list free, and therefore keep  the discussion to topics of interest
>mainly to programmers - so that we artists  may continue to learn about
>programmers, your stations and your concerns -  and have shorter and 
>perhaps less
>expensive sponsorships, which we artists and  perhaps our labels would 
>support?  If
>we're all willing and able to pay for  the list, how about we do it in the 
>form
>of sponsoring the list?
>
>In other words, when I have a new product to offer (my next CD) it would be
>well worth sponsoring this list.  However, if everyone pays monthly or
>yearly, then artists who pay will most likely use the list - it's only  
>natural - to
>sell our products, promote our gigs, etc.  This could change  the very 
>nature
>of the list, and that would be a real shame.  It might just  become a cheap
>advertising forum for any and every artist, and then programmers  (and 
>other
>artists) will stop reading!  My opinion, of course.
>
>Jan Leder
>_www.janleder.info_ (http://www.janleder.info)
>
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>From: "Peter Solomon" <psolomon at ideastations.org>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist: WCVE-FM Richmond VA Wed 2-28
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 22:00:10 -0500
>Tonight's playlist from WCVE-FM, archived online at
>ideastations.org/radio. Please direct cd's for airplay consideration to
>the address below.
>
>Thanks
>
>Peter Solomon
>WCVE-FM
>23 Sesame Street
>Richmond VA 23235
>(804) 560-8171
>
>WCVE-FM Jazz Playlist Wednesday february 28, 2007
>
>(George Benson) Shadow Dancers - The Essential George Benson -
>Columbia/Legacy - 69699 85215 2
>
>(Thelonious Monk) Off Minor - Monk in France - Thelonious Monk - Riverside
>- OJCCD-670-2
>
>(Rory Sturart) Reflections - Bitter Sweet - Glenn Wilson - Sunnyside - SSC
>1057 D
>
>(Frank Loesser) If I Were a Bell - Live at Birdland - Steve Kuhn Trio -
>Blue Note- 0946 3 72992 2 7
>
>(Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner) Too Late Now - You Don't Know Me - Rebecca
>Paris - Saying It with Jazz - SIWJ-1206
>
>(Victor Schertzinger, Johnny Mercer) I Remember You - Serenity - Stan Getz
>- EmArcy - 838 770-2
>
>8:01 NPR News
>
>(Hampton, Hirsch, Hathaway) Johnny Get Your Horn and Blow It / (Newman,
>Lombardo) Sweethearts on Parade / (Hampton, Reuss) Shufflin' at the
>Hollywood - The Jumpin' Jive - The All Star Groups 1937-1939 - Bluebird -
>2433-2-RB
>
>(Wes Montgomery) Double Deal - The Best of Wes Montgomery - Wes Montgomery
>- Riverside - RCD-5705-2
>
>(Johnson) Viscocity - The Eminent JJ Johnson - JJ Johnson - Blue Note -
>CDP 7 81506 2
>
>(Joe Henderson) Serenity - Lost in New York - Matt Ray - Consolidated
>Artists Productions - CAP - 1005
>
>(Jackie McLean) Subdued - A Fickle Sonance - Jackie McLean - Blue Note -
>7243 5 24544 2 6
>
>MT - Hot 'n' Heavy - Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Live at the Ascension Loft -
>Delmark Records - DE-574
>
>(Jobim) How Insensitive - Besame Mucho and Other Latin Jazz Standards -
>Dave Liebman - Red Records - 123260-2
>
>9:01 NPR News
>
>(Bob Zurke) Big Foot Jump / (Yank Lawson) Five Point Blues - Bob Crosby's
>Bobcats - Acrobat - ACRCD-178
>
>(Crosby, Bauduc, Haggart) South Rampart Street Parade - South Rampart
>Street Parade - Bob Crosby Orchestra - Decca - GRD-615
>
>(H. Hupfeld) As Time Goes by - Music Makers - Helen Merrill - Owl
>Records/Sunnyside  - SSC 3512
>
>(Dabney, Brown, Nack) Shine - The Al Cohn Quintet - Coral/Verve -
>B0003935-02
>
>(Kelly Sill) A Sense of Fairness - Boneyard - Jim McNeely - Origin Records
>- 82473
>
>(Kenny Werner) The 13th Day - Lawn Chair Society - Kenny Werner - Blue
>Note - 0946 3 4896 2 8
>
>(Hamilton, Sievier) You're Blasé - The Best of Sarah Vaughan - Pablo -
>PACD-2405-416-2
>
>(Lerner and Loewe) Thank Heaven for Little Girls - The Best of Chet Baker
>- Riverside - RCD-5713-2
>
>(Charlie Parker) Confirmation - Our delights - Hank Jones and Tommy
>Flanagan - Galaxy - OJCCD-752-2
>
>





>From: "Lazaro Vega" <wblv.wblu.fm at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 22:13:04 -0500
>Ready to fish.
>
>Throw a line? $25
>Watch the bobber? $25
>Reading all this information from the best radio programmers in the
>country, priceless.
>
>Groan.
>
>Lazaro Vega, Jazz Director
>Blue Lake Public Radio
>300 E. Crystal Lake Road
>Twin Lake  MI  49457
>
>www.bluelake.org
>radio at bluelake.org
>
>(231) 894-5656
>





>From: "Lazaro Vega" <wblv.wblu.fm at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 22:14:09 -0500
>p.s. the groan was from the forced commercial, not the small fee. Blue
>Lake is ready to fish!
>





>From: "Lazaro Vega" <wblv.wblu.fm at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] An essay: Why Americans Don't Like Jazz
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 22:53:25 -0500
>Spent about two hours of my life today talking to 7th and 8th graders
>about The Harlem Renaissance and how, though it's primarily regarded
>as a literary and political "movement," was dominated by music. Talked
>about the real estate glut, how the white land lords charged high
>rents and how do these newly arriving black folks get out of jam when
>they get behind. Explained about the rent party, about how the piano
>had to come up with a way of playing all the parts, about how "stride"
>works, and about how the pianists competed with each other. Asked them
>if they knew Madonna's song "Vogue"  (they did) then showed them a
>picture of Willie "The Lion" Smith and explained how everything he
>did, from walking into a room to taking his coat off to sitting down
>at the piano was done for effect, was "voguing" in order to get
>control of the crowd. Then played them James P. Johnson's "Caprice
>Rag." Then Fats Waller's version of "Carolina Shout," and then his
>"Christoper Columbus" (getting into the small band there) and "The
>Sheik of Araby" (big band). Then transitioned to Ellington by talking
>about how star struck he was when he got off the train and how Bubber
>Miley put his feet back on the ground by telling him, "It don't mean a
>thing if it ain't got that swing." Played that. Then everyone wanted
>to hear Fats Waller again and they all requested "Your Feets Too Big."
>In all of this I emphasized how this wasn't about looks, though looks
>were part of it, but about talent: that your talent made you the star.
>James P. Johnson was clearly the champion when it came to stride piano
>and these young folks clearly got that after hearing "Caprice Rag."
>
>Had brought along VHS excerpts of "Ken Burns Jazz" to play for them,
>but the t.v. was busted so it was all me, l.p. covers, pictures in
>books and playing cds.
>
>That's how you build a future audience for jazz. Right? You go talk to
>kids. And while we were listening most of the time they were able to
>tell me what instrument was playing.
>
>I love my job!!!!!
>
>LV
>





>From: "Tom Mallison" <tomthejazzman at earthlink.net>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "JPL" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: [JPL] JPL future direction
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 22:54:22 -0500
>If you are a label, promoter or artist that has an upcoming project you can 
>make a contribution to the JPL by contacting Ed about being a sponsor or 
>finding out how you can get involved with the JazzWeek publication.
>
>You can contact him at  ed at trefzgermedia.com
>
>Being a good steward of this process could help avoid having to pay 
>subscription fees.
>
>ALOHA
>Tom





>From: Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] An essay: Why Americans Don't Like Jazz
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:01:05 -0800 (PST)
>Yepper, tis how it's done. Hats off to you my brother.....
>
>   Jae
>
>Lazaro Vega <wblv.wblu.fm at gmail.com> wrote:
>   -------------------------------------------
>
>Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
>
>-------------------------------------------
>
>The Jazz Programmers Mailing List is a free service provided by JazzWeek.
>For more information visit us at http://www.jazzweek.com/jpl
>To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3.
>
>-------------------------------------------
>Spent about two hours of my life today talking to 7th and 8th graders
>about The Harlem Renaissance and how, though it's primarily regarded
>as a literary and political "movement," was dominated by music. Talked
>about the real estate glut, how the white land lords charged high
>rents and how do these newly arriving black folks get out of jam when
>they get behind. Explained about the rent party, about how the piano
>had to come up with a way of playing all the parts, about how "stride"
>works, and about how the pianists competed with each other. Asked them
>if they knew Madonna's song "Vogue" (they did) then showed them a
>picture of Willie "The Lion" Smith and explained how everything he
>did, from walking into a room to taking his coat off to sitting down
>at the piano was done for effect, was "voguing" in order to get
>control of the crowd. Then played them James P. Johnson's "Caprice
>Rag." Then Fats Waller's version of "Carolina Shout," and then his
>"Christoper Columbus" (getting into the small band there) and "The
>Sheik of Araby" (big band). Then transitioned to Ellington by talking
>about how star struck he was when he got off the train and how Bubber
>Miley put his feet back on the ground by telling him, "It don't mean a
>thing if it ain't got that swing." Played that. Then everyone wanted
>to hear Fats Waller again and they all requested "Your Feets Too Big."
>In all of this I emphasized how this wasn't about looks, though looks
>were part of it, but about talent: that your talent made you the star.
>James P. Johnson was clearly the champion when it came to stride piano
>and these young folks clearly got that after hearing "Caprice Rag."
>
>Had brought along VHS excerpts of "Ken Burns Jazz" to play for them,
>but the t.v. was busted so it was all me, l.p. covers, pictures in
>books and playing cds.
>
>That's how you build a future audience for jazz. Right? You go talk to
>kids. And while we were listening most of the time they were able to
>tell me what instrument was playing.
>
>I love my job!!!!!
>
>LV
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>From: "Rick McLaughlin" <rick at rickmclaughlin.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "'Jazz Programmers Mailing List'" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: RE: [JPL] An essay: Why Americans Don't Like Jazz
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 23:12:42 -0500
>What a fantastic list of things to have done.  I teach at an area high
>school and middle school (only jazz combos & bass lessons), in addition to
>some other engagements.  Today at the high school, we learned Blue Monk and
>St. Thomas without charts, just by ear.  And my middle school students are
>working on a list of jazz musicians that they have memorized - we keep
>reviewing it and expanding it.  It's pretty amazing to hear a chorus of
>pre-teen voices say "Harry Carney!"
>
>They are also very into the lingo - whenever I say something like "Duke
>Ellington was the cat on piano, you dig?", they say, again in chorus, "I'm
>hip!"
>
>Thanks,
>Rick McLaughlin
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com
>[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Lazaro Vega
>Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 10:53 PM
>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List
>Subject: Re: [JPL] An essay: Why Americans Don't Like Jazz
>
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>Spent about two hours of my life today talking to 7th and 8th graders about
>The Harlem Renaissance and how, though it's primarily regarded as a 
>literary
>and political "movement," was dominated by music. Talked about the real
>estate glut, how the white land lords charged high rents and how do these
>newly arriving black folks get out of jam when they get behind. Explained
>about the rent party, about how the piano had to come up with a way of
>playing all the parts, about how "stride"
>works, and about how the pianists competed with each other. Asked them if
>they knew Madonna's song "Vogue"  (they did) then showed them a picture of
>Willie "The Lion" Smith and explained how everything he did, from walking
>into a room to taking his coat off to sitting down at the piano was done 
>for
>effect, was "voguing" in order to get control of the crowd. Then played 
>them
>James P. Johnson's "Caprice Rag." Then Fats Waller's version of "Carolina
>Shout," and then his "Christoper Columbus" (getting into the small band
>there) and "The Sheik of Araby" (big band). Then transitioned to Ellington
>by talking about how star struck he was when he got off the train and how
>Bubber Miley put his feet back on the ground by telling him, "It don't mean
>a thing if it ain't got that swing." Played that. Then everyone wanted to
>hear Fats Waller again and they all requested "Your Feets Too Big."
>In all of this I emphasized how this wasn't about looks, though looks were
>part of it, but about talent: that your talent made you the star.
>James P. Johnson was clearly the champion when it came to stride piano and
>these young folks clearly got that after hearing "Caprice Rag."
>
>Had brought along VHS excerpts of "Ken Burns Jazz" to play for them, but 
>the
>t.v. was busted so it was all me, l.p. covers, pictures in books and 
>playing
>cds.
>
>That's how you build a future audience for jazz. Right? You go talk to 
>kids.
>And while we were listening most of the time they were able to tell me what
>instrument was playing.
>
>I love my job!!!!!
>
>LV
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>From: "philip booth" <philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease 
>operation"
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 23:16:58 -0500
>re:
>I think opening it up to those that work as musicians or industry folk that 
>are registered here....let them talk about what they do.
>>
>>  Jae Sinnett
>>
>I'm a non-programmer (okay, an occasional radio-show sub) who has greatly 
>enjoyed and gained much from the information and conversation on this list. 
>I joined at the suggestion of Bob Seymour. I liked what I read and decided 
>to stick around.
>
>Had it cost me $25 upfront to join, I probably wouldn't have tried it. I 
>think the same might apply to other musicians and industry people who would 
>consider joining the list.
>
>So one thing to consider regarding the potential $25 fee is that there's a 
>pretty high chance that that will exclude new blood, particularly, say, the 
>younger people, college programmers, music students, musicians, music 
>journalists and others, whose input could be particularly valuable, and 
>whose participation in the jazz community is key to the survival of the 
>music.
>
>With the audience for jazz shrinking, etc., inclusivity is the way to go -- 
>  bring potential future jazz fans in by any means necessary (except, of 
>course, watering down the music). Just my two cents.
>
>
>Philip Booth
>Tampa, Fla.
>
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>>"Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation"
>>
>>"We're told constantly that this publication and mailing list are
>>invaluable to the industry, yet there is little support shown. It costs
>>money to run this list; without financial support through sponsorships,
>>this list will go away. To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>>at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3."
>>
>>
>>
>>Peeps,
>>
>>This is something that needs some focus for a minute. I just got off
>>the phone with another colleague and mentioned this statement above and
>>below my email that has been appearing as of late on all of the JPL
>>postings. He was unaware of it until I pointed it out. I started
>>thinking how many others have not noticed.
>>
>>It would be just WRONG for this forum not to exist. I remember in New
>>Orleans at the GAVIN many years ago when the idea for this forum first
>>started during a Jae Sinnett and Dr. Brad Stone led session. Ed
>>Trefzger and Tony Gasparre grabbed the bull by the horns and brought
>>this forum to life. For all of its flaws, it is still the best regular
>>forum that we have. I enjoy the banter and look forward to all of your
>>posts.
>>
>>Our resources are limited for sure but what can we do to make sure that
>>it survives?
>>
>>Bobby Jackson
>>WCPN-FM/Cleveland, OH
>>
>>"Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
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>From: "Tom Mallison" <tomthejazzman at earthlink.net>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease 
>operation"
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 23:25:36 -0500
>I appreciate and understand your thoughts Philip.  How would you suggest
>dealing with the problem of a non-positive revenue stream for the JPL in
>order than it can be continued?  Thanks  ALOHA  Tom
>
>
> > [Original Message]
> > From: philip booth <philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com>
> > To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> > Date: 2/28/2007 11:17:32 PM
> > Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease
>operation"
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
> >
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> > at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3.
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
> > re:
> > I think opening it up to those that work as musicians or industry folk
>that
> > are registered here....let them talk about what they do.
> > >
> > >  Jae Sinnett
> > >
> > I'm a non-programmer (okay, an occasional radio-show sub) who has 
>greatly
> > enjoyed and gained much from the information and conversation on this
>list.
> > I joined at the suggestion of Bob Seymour. I liked what I read and
>decided
> > to stick around.
> >
> > Had it cost me $25 upfront to join, I probably wouldn't have tried it. I
> > think the same might apply to other musicians and industry people who
>would
> > consider joining the list.
> >
> > So one thing to consider regarding the potential $25 fee is that there's
>a
> > pretty high chance that that will exclude new blood, particularly, say,
>the
> > younger people, college programmers, music students, musicians, music
> > journalists and others, whose input could be particularly valuable, and
> > whose participation in the jazz community is key to the survival of the
> > music.
> >
> > With the audience for jazz shrinking, etc., inclusivity is the way to go


>
>





>From: "Eric Alan @ Jazz Rendezvous" <eric at jazzrendezvous.co.za>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "Jazz Programmers List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: [JPL] Re: JPL list members $25 per year subscription fee ?
>Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2007 06:34:20 +0200
>As one of a few members and a volunteer broadcaster on this list from South
>Africa for all the years of the JPL's existence and taking current exchange
>rates into consideration $25 a year would be no problem for me as the
>information I get from the post to the JPL are invaluable to my 
>preparations
>for my show. I have got so many benefits as a member and it is a privilege
>to be a member. Thanks to all the Indies labels who have over the years 
>sent
>me absolutely incredible new music I may never have got before through the
>distribution channels in my country. I believe too that some of the best
>material come from the Indies anyway, for instance since Jassics was 
>dropped
>by Concord Records in South Africa and taken on by Universal, sales of
>Concords product has dropped quite dramatically and I've not been serviced
>at all since the change. Thanks too to all who have become my friends on 
>JPL
>over the years and long may Ed and his dedicated team continue the great
>work. Where do I sign?
>
>See it . with your own ears
>
>Yours in Music
>
>
>
>Eric Alan
>
>
>
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>From: "philip booth" <philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease 
>operation"
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 23:42:35 -0500
>Guilt labels into contributing?
>I'm not sure.
>Perhaps try the $25 on a voluntary basis for several months, while keeping 
>the list free to all. After that period, maybe the JPL could reassess, and 
>if the voluntary-fee structure doesn't work, then switch to the proposed 
>$25 registration fee?
>
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Tom Mallison" 
><tomthejazzman at earthlink.net>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 11:25 PM
>Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease 
>operation"
>
>
>>-------------------------------------------
>>
>>Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
>>
>>-------------------------------------------
>>
>>The Jazz Programmers Mailing List is a free service provided by JazzWeek.
>>For more information visit us at  http://www.jazzweek.com/jpl
>>To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>>at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3.
>>
>>-------------------------------------------
>>I appreciate and understand your thoughts Philip.  How would you suggest
>>dealing with the problem of a non-positive revenue stream for the JPL in
>>order than it can be continued?  Thanks  ALOHA  Tom
>>
>>
>>>[Original Message]
>>>From: philip booth <philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com>
>>>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>>>Date: 2/28/2007 11:17:32 PM
>>>Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease
>>operation"
>>>
>>>-------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
>>>
>>>-------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>The Jazz Programmers Mailing List is a free service provided by JazzWeek.
>>>For more information visit us at  http://www.jazzweek.com/jpl
>>>To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>>>at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3.
>>>
>>>-------------------------------------------
>>>re:
>>>I think opening it up to those that work as musicians or industry folk
>>that
>>>are registered here....let them talk about what they do.
>>> >
>>> >  Jae Sinnett
>>> >
>>>I'm a non-programmer (okay, an occasional radio-show sub) who has greatly
>>>enjoyed and gained much from the information and conversation on this
>>list.
>>>I joined at the suggestion of Bob Seymour. I liked what I read and
>>decided
>>>to stick around.
>>>
>>>Had it cost me $25 upfront to join, I probably wouldn't have tried it. I
>>>think the same might apply to other musicians and industry people who
>>would
>>>consider joining the list.
>>>
>>>So one thing to consider regarding the potential $25 fee is that there's
>>a
>>>pretty high chance that that will exclude new blood, particularly, say,
>>the
>>>younger people, college programmers, music students, musicians, music
>>>journalists and others, whose input could be particularly valuable, and
>>>whose participation in the jazz community is key to the survival of the
>>>music.
>>>
>>>With the audience for jazz shrinking, etc., inclusivity is the way to go
>>--
>>>bring potential future jazz fans in by any means necessary (except, of
>>>course, watering down the music). Just my two cents.
>>>
>>>
>>>Philip Booth
>>>Tampa, Fla.
>>>
>>> >  -------------------------------------------
>>> >
>>> > Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
>>> >
>>> > -------------------------------------------
>>> >
>>> > The Jazz Programmers Mailing List is a free service provided by
>>JazzWeek.
>>> > For more information visit us at http://www.jazzweek.com/jpl
>>> > To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>>> > at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3.
>>> >
>>> > -------------------------------------------
>>> > "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation"
>>> >
>>> > "We're told constantly that this publication and mailing list are
>>> > invaluable to the industry, yet there is little support shown. It 
>>>costs
>>> > money to run this list; without financial support through 
>>>sponsorships,
>>> > this list will go away. To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>>> > at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3."
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > Peeps,
>>> >
>>> > This is something that needs some focus for a minute. I just got off
>>> > the phone with another colleague and mentioned this statement above 
>>>and
>>> > below my email that has been appearing as of late on all of the JPL
>>> > postings. He was unaware of it until I pointed it out. I started
>>> > thinking how many others have not noticed.
>>> >
>>> > It would be just WRONG for this forum not to exist. I remember in New
>>> > Orleans at the GAVIN many years ago when the idea for this forum first
>>> > started during a Jae Sinnett and Dr. Brad Stone led session. Ed
>>> > Trefzger and Tony Gasparre grabbed the bull by the horns and brought
>>> > this forum to life. For all of its flaws, it is still the best regular
>>> > forum that we have. I enjoy the banter and look forward to all of your
>>> > posts.
>>> >
>>> > Our resources are limited for sure but what can we do to make sure 
>>>that
>>> > it survives?
>>> >
>>> > Bobby Jackson
>>> > WCPN-FM/Cleveland, OH
>>> >
>>> > "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
>>> >
>>> > -------------------------------------------
>>> >
>>> > We're told constantly that this publication and mailing list are
>>> > invaluable to the industry, yet there is little support shown. It 
>>>costs
>>> > money to run this list; without financial support through 
>>>sponsorships,
>>> > this list will go away. To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>>> > at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3.
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > -------------------------------------------
>>> >
>>> > Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
>>> >
>>> > -------------------------------------------
>>> >
>>> > We're told constantly that this publication and mailing list are
>>> > invaluable to the industry, yet there is little support shown. It 
>>>costs
>>> > money to run this list; without financial support through 
>>>sponsorships,
>>> > this list will go away. To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>>> > at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3.
>>> >
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>>> > invaluable to the industry, yet there is little support shown. It 
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>>> > this list will go away. To become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy
>>> > at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3.
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>>> > You can reach the person managing the list at
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>>>We're told constantly that this publication and mailing list are
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>From: "Bob Rogers" <rwsfin at hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Subject: [JPL] Straight, No Chaser (WSHA-FM - www.wshafm.org) 02-28-07
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 23:58:38 -0500
>New release*
>
>9:06pm
>Ari Hoenig, Anthropology (inversations)*
>Stephen Riley, Barbados (Inside Out)
>Abram Wilson, After the Storm (Ride: Ferris Wheel to the Modern Day Delta)*
>Bethany & Rufus, 900 Miles (Bethany & Rufus)*
>Rashied Ali Quintet, M.O. (Judgment, Vol. 1)*
>David Lahm w/Thomas Chapin, One Man Blues (Muscle Memory Hoedown)
>Soweto Kinch, The Mission (A Life in the Day of B 19: Tales of the Tower 
>Block)*
>Larry Ham, Lullaby (Carousel)*
>
>10:06pm
>Bobby Shew, Serenata (Cancaos Do Amor: The Music of Reed Kotler)*
>Jackie McLean, Condition Blue (Capuchin Swing)
>Randy Crawford & Joe Sample, Rio De Janiero Blue (Feeling Good)*
>Wayne Wallace, Mr. Day (Dedication)*
>One More, Let's (The Summary - Music of Thad Jones, Vol. 2)*
>Roy Haynes, Moose The Mooch (Birds of a Feather: A Tribute to Charlie 
>Parker)
>One More, Little Pixie (Music of Thad Jones, V. 2)*
>Carmen McRae, These Foolish Things (Ballad Essentials)
>
>11:06pm
>Kenny Werner, The 13th Day (Lawn Chair Society)*
>William Parker, Adena (Luc's Lantern)
>John McNeil, Know Your Limits (This Way Out)
>Tim Berne, Sounds in the Fog (Diminutive  Mysteries: Mostly Hemphill)
>Taylor Ho Bynum & Tomas Fujiwara, Wisdom (Reprise)(True Events)*
>Sacha Perry Trio, Whirlagig (eretik)
>Gil Evans & Steve Lacy, Esteem (Paris Blues)
>
>Bob Rogers
>2816 Barmettler Street
>Raleigh, NC 27607
>WSHA - www.wshafm.org
>Bouille & Rogers
>email: rwsfin at hotmail.com
>phone: (919) 413-4126
>
>
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>From: "Todd Barkan" <tbarkan at jalc.org>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: RE: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease 
>operation"
>Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2007 01:41:37 -0500
>$25. seems very cheap for 365/24 hour service like this.
>Less than the ticket price for one show at Dizzy's.
>I would like to contribute.  --Todd Barkan
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com 
>[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of philip booth
>Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 11:43 PM
>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List
>Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease 
>operation"
>
>-------------------------------------------
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>Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
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>Guilt labels into contributing?
>I'm not sure.
>Perhaps try the $25 on a voluntary basis for several months, while keeping 
>the list free to all. After that period, maybe the JPL could reassess, and 
>if the voluntary-fee structure doesn't work, then switch to the proposed 
>$25 registration fee?
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Tom Mallison" <tomthejazzman at earthlink.net>
>To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 11:25 PM
>Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease 
>operation"
>
>
> > -------------------------------------------
> >
> > Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
> >
> > The Jazz Programmers Mailing List is a free service provided by 
>JazzWeek.
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> > become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy at devon at jazzweek.com or
> > 866-453-6401 x3.
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> > -------------------------------------------
> > I appreciate and understand your thoughts Philip.  How would you
> > suggest dealing with the problem of a non-positive revenue stream for
> > the JPL in order than it can be continued?  Thanks  ALOHA  Tom
> >
> >
> >> [Original Message]
> >> From: philip booth <philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com>
> >> To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> >> Date: 2/28/2007 11:17:32 PM
> >> Subject: Re: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease
> > operation"
> >>
> >> -------------------------------------------
> >>
> >> Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation
> >>
> >> -------------------------------------------
> >>
> >> The Jazz Programmers Mailing List is a free service provided by 
>JazzWeek.
> >> For more information visit us at  http://www.jazzweek.com/jpl To
> >> become a sponsor contact Devon Murphy at devon at jazzweek.com or
> >> 866-453-6401 x3.
> >>
> >> -------------------------------------------
> >> re:
> >> I think opening it up to those that work as musicians or industry
> >> folk
> > that
> >> are registered here....let them talk about what they do.
> >> >
> >> >  Jae Sinnett
> >> >
> >> I'm a non-programmer (okay, an occasional radio-show sub) who has
> >> greatly enjoyed and gained much from the information and conversation
> >> on this
> > list.
> >> I joined at the suggestion of Bob Seymour. I liked what I read and
> > decided
> >> to stick around.
> >>
> >> Had it cost me $25 upfront to join, I probably wouldn't have tried
> >> it. I think the same might apply to other musicians and industry
> >> people who
> > would
> >> consider joining the list.
> >>
> >> So one thing to consider regarding the potential $25 fee is that
> >> there's
> > a
> >> pretty high chance that that will exclude new blood, particularly,
> >> say,
> > the
> >> younger people, college programmers, music students, musicians, music
> >> journalists and others, whose input could be particularly valuable,
> >> and whose participation in the jazz community is key to the survival
> >> of the music.
> >>
> >> With the audience for jazz shrinking, etc., inclusivity is the way to
> >> go
> > --
> >> bring potential future jazz fans in by any means necessary (except,
> >> of course, watering down the music). Just my two cents.
> >>
> >>
> >> Philip Booth
> >> Tampa, Fla.
> >>
> >> >  -------------------------------------------
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> >> > 866-453-6401 x3.
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> >> > -------------------------------------------
> >> > "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation"
> >> >
> >> > "We're told constantly that this publication and mailing list are
> >> > invaluable to the industry, yet there is little support shown. It
> >> > costs money to run this list; without financial support through
> >> > sponsorships, this list will go away. To become a sponsor contact
> >> > Devon Murphy at devon at jazzweek.com or 866-453-6401 x3."
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > Peeps,
> >> >
> >> > This is something that needs some focus for a minute. I just got
> >> > off the phone with another colleague and mentioned this statement
> >> > above and below my email that has been appearing as of late on all
> >> > of the JPL postings. He was unaware of it until I pointed it out. I
> >> > started thinking how many others have not noticed.
> >> >
> >> > It would be just WRONG for this forum not to exist. I remember in
> >> > New Orleans at the GAVIN many years ago when the idea for this
> >> > forum first started during a Jae Sinnett and Dr. Brad Stone led
> >> > session. Ed Trefzger and Tony Gasparre grabbed the bull by the
> >> > horns and brought this forum to life. For all of its flaws, it is
> >> > still the best regular forum that we have. I enjoy the banter and
> >> > look forward to all of your posts.
> >> >
> >> > Our resources are limited for sure but what can we do to make sure
> >> > that it survives?
> >> >
> >> > Bobby Jackson
> >> > WCPN-FM/Cleveland, OH
> >> >
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>From: Eric Jackson <eric-jackson at comcast.net>
>Reply-To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>To: Jazz List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist WGBH 8 pm - mid. 2/28
>Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2007 01:37:30 -0500
>
>
>Wednesday, Feb 28, 8pm–midnight, WGBH 89.7
>
>Listed by artist: selection, album (label)
>
>	8:00pm
>Tommy Flanagan: Peace, Something Borrowed Something Blue (Galaxy)
>
>8:07pm
>Falkner Evans: Easy To Remember, Climbing The Gates (CAP 1004)
>
>8:13pm
>Sachal Vasandani: A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing, Eyes Wide Open (Mack Avenue
>1035)
>
>8:20pm
>Stefon Harris: Thanks For The Beautiful Land On The Delta, Dances With Duke
>(Blue Note 41090)
>
>8:29pm
>Doug MacDonald: A Handful Of Stars, Gentle Rain (Sea Breeze 3084)
>
>8:34pm
>Tierney Sutton: Haunted Heart, On The Other Side (Telarc 83650)
>
>8:40pm
>Modern Jazz Quartet: Django, Django (Prestige 8110)
>
>8:47pm
>Jeff Gardner: Breath, Breath (Terramar 0028)
>
>8:56pm
>Ed Spargo: Brother Andrew, Playroom (Ed Spargo Jazz 002)
>
>Live interview with Marta Gomez
>
>9:02pm
>Marta Gomez: Mar Adentro, despacito, Entre Cada Palabra (Chesky 301)
>
>9:14pm
>Marta Gomez: The Circle, The Pilgrim (American Roots 12003893)
>
>9:25pm
>Marta Gomez: Negrito, Entre Cada Palabra (Chesky 301)
>
>9:37pm
>Marta Gomez: Esta Linda La Mar, Entre Cada Palabra (Chesky 301)
>
>9:47pm
>Marta Gomez: Quien se acorara?, Entra Cada Palabra (Chesky 301)
>
>9:56pm
>Marta Gomez: Donfa Luisa, Entre Cada Palabra (Chesky 301)
>
>10:05pm
>Miles Davis: Footprints, Miles Smiles (Columbia/Legacy 48849)
>
>10:15pm
>Jimmy Heath: One For Juan, Turn Up Heath (Planet Arts 100560)
>
>10:23pm
>Wayne Bergeron: Endless Torture, Plays Well With Others (Concord 30032)
>
>10:34pm
>Larry Willis: Who's Kidding Who, Blue Fable (HighNote 7163)
>
>10:42pm
>Jeff Darrohn: Bopsanova, T-Bird '60 (Jazzed Media 1020)
>
>10:48pm
>Lance Bryant: Every Time I Feel The Spirit, Count It All Joy (Testimony
>Records)
>
>10:55pm
>Matt Wilson: We See, The Scenic Route (Palmetto 2122)
>
>11:03pm
>Wynton Marsalis: Where Y'All At?, From The Plantation To The Penitentiary
>(Blue Note 75675)
>
>11:09pm
>Charles Tolliver: With Love, With Love (Blue Note/Mosaic 69315)
>
>11:18pm
>Jeff Antoniuk: Rain, Here Today
>
>11:32pm
>Kurt Elling: In The Winelight, Man In The Air (Blue Note 80834)
>
>11:39pm
>Glenn Shambroom: Wakeless Nights, Band Math (Broomer)
>
>11:44pm
>Steve Herberman: Nearly Time, Action:Reaction (Reach Music 120)
>
>11:51pm
>Randy Crawford/Joe Sample: All Night Long, Feeling Good (Pra 60207)
>
>Airtimes are approximate.
>
>Eric Jackson
>8 pm - mid Mon - Thurs
>WGBH Boston
>89.7 FM
>www.wgbh.org/jazz
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