[JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
tomthejazzman at earthlink.net
Mon Mar 5 10:05:34 EST 2007
Ed you picked up exactly on my vibe on DK. She(DK) is a player,
appreciates and understands the music and does have photo appeal. She is
very shy though.
Her reference for Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra help me know she could
represent I am of the opinion that if some of these movie types were
asked technical questions in interviews they might not be able to represent
like a DK, Quincy or Billy Taylor, Branford, Harry, Charlap, Schaap,Wynton
or Benson.. This is a mute question any way becuase there will NEVER be a
national spokesperson and we are so fragmented if we could have such we
could never agree. I guess the point of this is to get us to THINK. ALOHA
> [Original Message]
> From: <EdBride at aol.com>
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Date: 3/5/2007 9:48:43 AM
> Subject: Re: [JPL] Wynton/ ABC "This Week
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> In a message dated 3/5/2007 9:05:11 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> rick at rickmclaughlin.com writes:
> What about the AACM cats, or Europeans? What about Ornette - even with
> "interesting" approach to interviews?
> The general media don't want that "interesting" approach, they want glib,
> succinct, informed. Free-form narrative ain't for them.
> As for Diana Krall, what's wrong with having someone with camera-appeal?
> guess is that she'd be very articulate on Jazz past and present,
> whether you like her repertoire or presentation of it. And if good looks
> articulateness (?) get Jazz on the air and more people hearing what the
> spokesperson has to say, hey, what's wrong with that?
> Personally, give me Laurence Fishburne or Bill Cosby. But I'm just saying
> wouldn't be half bad.
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