[JPL] "From the Plantation to the Penitentiary" - to The JazzStandard?

Marvin Thomas mcvouty3 at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 7 10:51:58 EST 2007


   Jim,

   Did  you  receive  the entire 10 CDs of the Dave Douglas Jazz Standard
   recordings and do you have a favorite night/set?

   By  the  way, didn't I hear a cut from the Dave Douglas CD on the KPLU
   afternoon drive home jazz slot?  :>)

    Marvin Thomas
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     From:  Jim Wilke <jwilke123 at comcast.net>
     Reply-To:  Jazz Programmers Mailing List
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     To:  Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
     Subject:  Re:  [JPL] "From the Plantation to the Penitentiary" - to
     The JazzStandard?
     Date:  Tue, 6 Mar 2007 21:24:09 -0800
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     OK,  got  that,  you're both Wynton fans - but what do you think of
     Dave  Douglas  at the Jazz Standard?  Have you heard any of it?  Or
     has  he  a  strike  against  him  because  most  major critics love
     him?  (Outside  of Stanley Crouch, of course.)    Also significant,
     Douglas also topped the Jazztimes Readers Poll this year.
     I'm playing both Marsalis and Douglas recordings, but I'm leaning a
     little  more  to  Douglas.  I  think it's more engaging for today's
     audience.  It  has  a  grasp of history without being married to it
     but has a feel of being in the moment.
     Jim
     On Tuesday, March 6, 2007, at 08:47  PM, Jae Sinnett wrote:
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     >
     >Hmmmmm......one   thing   I'm   absolutely  sure  of.......From  a
     historical
     >and musical platform....I've learned so much more about this great
     >music  from  Wynton  Marsalis  than from anyone of his critics. In
     fact
     >I haven't seen anything from ANY of his critics that teaches me
     >something about jazz from their perspective that I didn't get from
     >him  already.  I  learn  something about life and this great music
     every
     >single time I read an interview with him or listen to his music.
     >
     >    I  hear  this about him and that from folk that don't care for
     him
     >but  nothing  from  that  perspective that gives me something that
     makes
     >me  better  as  a  jazz  musician, broadcaster, educator or even a
     better
     >jazz appreciator. It's always easier to take jabs at someone or to
     >say so and so is arrogant or dis his recordings or he thinks he's
     >all that or I'm tired of hearing or reading about him - without
     >bringing something to the table that's worth a shit from their own
     >view point isn't it?
     >
     >   Jae Sinnett
     >
     >Bobby Jackson <ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
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     >I gave James Hale's review no stars. I'll leave it at that.
     >
     >Bobby Jackson
     >
     >----- Original Message -----
     >From: "Jim Wilke"
     >To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List"
     >Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2007 9:33 PM
     >Subject: [JPL] "From the Plantation to the Penitentiary" - to The
     >Jazz
     >Standard?
     >
     >
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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
     >>JazzTimes....
     >>
     >>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
     >>
     >>
     >>Jim Wilke
     >>Jazz After Hours, PRI
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     >listener into a jazz time capsule of love songs. And as fans and
     >critics  alike  found  with  ''Ellington''  and ''Elton Exposed'',
     Howe's
     >virtuosic piano style and arrangements lead straight to surprise.
     >
     >Featuring the great jazz baritone Giacomo Gates and star of stage,
     >screen and television, Lainie Kazan on a couple of tunes, Ted Howe
     >delivers a beautiful recording of masterfully arranged standards
     >(Arlen, Van Heusen, Porter) and originals; a perfect mix of
     >instrumentals and vocals.
     >http://www.summitrecords.com/product.tmpl?SKU=477
     >
     >BOB FLORENCE LIMITED EDITION ''Eternal Licks and Grooves'':
     >Featuring Peter Erskine, Carl Saunders and Scott Whitfield, this
     >all-star  big  band  offers  the  listener  what they have come to
     expect
     >from the award-winning, legendary bandleader Bob Florence -
     >Sensitive  yet  powerful  arrangements with a HUGE sound that will
     put
     >you on the edge of your seat. Spectacular outing!
     >
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     >TED HOWE ''Love Song'':  The third release from Ted invites the
     >listener into a jazz time capsule of love songs.  And as fans and
     >critics  alike  found  with  ''Ellington''  and ''Elton Exposed'',
     Howe's
     >virtuosic piano style and arrangements lead straight to surprise.
     >
     >Featuring the great jazz baritone Giacomo Gates and star of stage,
     >screen and television, Lainie Kazan on a couple of tunes, Ted Howe
     >delivers a beautiful recording of masterfully arranged standards
     >(Arlen, Van Heusen, Porter) and originals; a perfect mix of
     >instrumentals and vocals.
     >http://www.summitrecords.com/product.tmpl?SKU=477
     >
     >BOB FLORENCE LIMITED EDITION ''Eternal Licks and Grooves'':
     >Featuring Peter Erskine, Carl Saunders and Scott Whitfield, this
     >all-star  big  band  offers  the  listener  what they have come to
     expect
     >from the award-winning, legendary bandleader Bob Florence -
     >Sensitive  yet  powerful  arrangements with a HUGE sound that will
     put
     >you on the edge of your seat.  Spectacular outing!
     >
     >Includes ''Eternal Licks and Grooves'' commissioned by ASCAP and
     >IAJE honoring Count Basie and ''Appearing In Cleveland''
     >commissioned by the LA Jazz Institute honoring Stan Kenton.
     >http://www.summitrecords.com/product.tmpl?SKU=478
     >
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     ON YOUR DESK THIS WEEK FROM SUMMIT RECORDS:
     TED  HOWE  ''Love  Song'':  The  third release from Ted invites the
     listener  into  a jazz time capsule of love songs.  And as fans and
     critics  alike  found  with  ''Ellington''  and  ''Elton Exposed'',
     Howe's  virtuosic  piano  style  and  arrangements lead straight to
     surprise.
     Featuring  the great jazz baritone Giacomo Gates and star of stage,
     screen  and television, Lainie Kazan on a couple of tunes, Ted Howe
     delivers  a  beautiful  recording of masterfully arranged standards
     (Arlen,  Van  Heusen,  Porter)  and  originals;  a  perfect  mix of
     instrumentals and
     vocals.  http://www.summitrecords.com/product.tmpl?SKU=477
     BOB     FLORENCE    LIMITED    EDITION    ''Eternal    Licks    and
     Grooves'':  Featuring   Peter  Erskine,  Carl  Saunders  and  Scott
     Whitfield,  this  all-star  big  band offers the listener what they
     have  come  to  expect from the award-winning, legendary bandleader
     Bob  Florence  -  Sensitive  yet  powerful arrangements with a HUGE
     sound  that  will  put  you  on the edge of your seat.  Spectacular
     outing!
     Includes  ''Eternal  Licks  and Grooves'' commissioned by ASCAP and
     IAJE   honoring   Count   Basie   and  ''Appearing  In  Cleveland''
     commissioned  by  the  LA  Jazz  Institute  honoring  Stan  Kenton.
     http://www.summitrecords.com/product.tmpl?SKU=478
     Radio   and  print  media  promotion  by  Dr.  Jazz,  800-955-4375,
     drjazz at drjazz.com
     To  become  a  sponsor contact Devon Murphy at devon at jazzweek.com /
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