[JPL] Wynton on Charlie Rose

Karen Gentile jazzcat at ksjs.org
Tue Mar 13 13:46:09 EDT 2007


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Karen "Jazzcat" Gentile



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Subject: [JPL] Wynton on Charlie Rose
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 12:40:47 -0400

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Don't want to beat a dead horse, but did anyone catch Wynton Marsalis on Charlie Rose last night?  I was quite proud of him. Rose asked some pat questions about the state of jazz and youth's infatuation with rap music and Wynton, while obviously wincing inside, gave some great, thoughtful responses. He may be way overexposed, but he's too intelligent not to have out there talking.
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