[JPL] New Website: This Day In Jazz

jazzhead jazzhead at bellsouth.net
Mon Sep 3 13:15:59 EDT 2007

I love this - thanks so much for putting this together.

Mark Dove
"Sounds of Jazz"
Eclectic 89.1 WBCX

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jim Wilke" <jwilke123 at comcast.net>
To: "Jazz Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Sent: Monday, September 03, 2007 8:28 AM
Subject: Re: [JPL] New Website: This Day In Jazz

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> Guitarist Charles Gatschet takes you on a musical journey from Bebop to 
> Brazil on his latest release STEP LIGHTLY. Growing up in Kansas City 
> afforded Charles the opportunity to work with such jazz notables as Claude 
> ''Fiddler'' Williams, Bobby Watson, Carmell Jones and many others who have 
> made an impact on the K.C. jazz scene. With a stellar band featuring Ali 
> Ryerson, Greg Gisbert, Ken Walker, Mark Simon, Eric Gunnison and Paul 
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> guitarist-composer Charles Gatschet's aesthetic backdrop and the music on 
> STEP LIGHTLY, indeed, ignite reasons to step lively with felicity of 
> Charles' mission in jazz.''
> www.CharlesGatschet.com
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> This is a great idea and very useful to programmers.  It brings to mind a 
> similar quest of  mine.  I've long felt that 1957 was one of the most 
> prolific and significant years for jazz albums.  With only a few notable 
> exceptions, most of the major figures were still making records - 
> Armstrong, Hawkins, Prez, Ellington, Coltrane, Dizzy, Miles, Mingus, Monk, 
> Billie, Ella, Sarah, Carmen,  etc.
> Does anyone know of a listing of jazz recordings by year?  I'd love to see 
> a list for 1957!
> Jim
> Jim Wilke
> Jazz After Hours, PRI
> www.jazzafterhours.org
> On Wednesday, August 29, 2007, at 04:06  AM, Jazz Promo Services wrote:
>> Hello jazz fans-
>> I've started a new web site/project that I think will be of interest
>> to a lot of jazz & creative music lovers...particularly disc jockeys.
>> I had looked around for something like this for a while, and when I
>> couldn't find anything I decided to create it myself.
>> It's a site that lists jazz and improvised music recordings, organized
>> by recording date. This way you can look up your birthday or other
>> special day, or check daily to see what albums were recorded on this
>> very day and get some ideas for listening.
>> Take a look and let me know what you think...would love to get
>> people's feedback on the site: http://www.thisdayinjazz.com
>> Thanks!
>> Tim webbci... at yahoo.com
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