RE: [JPL] "From the Plantation to the Penitentiary" - to The Jazz Standard?
mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Wed Mar 7 09:06:57 EST 2007
I attended the Dave Douglas set at the Jazz Standard on December 7th. Great
Bar-B-Que and Great 2nd set featuring Donny McCaslin, Uri Caine, James Genus
and Clarence Penn. I was able to download broadcast quality MP3 files of
the entire Set 2 the day after the set. Dave also includes artwork to print
labels. The cost is $7.00 for the individual set download.
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[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Jim Wilke
Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2007 9:34 PM
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Subject: [JPL] "From the Plantation to the Penitentiary" - to The Jazz
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Interesting ..... the DownBeat reviewer (James Hale) gave it 1 star - 1
star! I'll leave it at that and you can read the review and take it
up with DownBeat. We'll be watching to see what happens in
Meanwhile the same issue of DB (April, just out) has four reviewers in
The Hot Box all giving four star reviews to Dave Douglas' Live at Jazz
Standard, which is available by download only. I've heard some of it,
and I think you should check it out - it's intriguing and inviting
music and a lot of it! All twelve sets played that week at Jazz
Standard were recorded and made available for download - how's that for
confidence in your band?
If you've seen his band live, you know how they turn on an audience and
their audiences usually include a lot of young people. I'm adding some
tunes from the sets reviewed in DB. www.greenleafmusic.com
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