[JPL] Jazz is What it is!

Al Karia jctrane at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 13:12:59 EST 2007

Ken Burns' comment could be read as self-serving...didn't he do TV
documentaries on all 3 subjects? (It doesn't mean that he is wrong, but...)
      Gene Abkarian

On 3/9/07, Tom Mallison <tomthejazzman at earthlink.net> wrote:
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> To me Jazz in not apart of anything.
> It is unto itself.
> Remember Ken Burns saying that if someone in outer space could look at us
> from the beginning of time the USA would be known for three things, THE
> That rings true to me.
> Tom
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