[JPL] Re: jazzproglist Digest, Vol 10, Issue 119

Swingin Fox swinginfox at swinginfox.com
Sun Apr 27 09:35:43 EDT 2008


Hello Peter
Thank you for this information. Indeed very sad.

Lenore Raphael is scheduled to perform in London and Scotland in  
October and she was going to meet him also.
I will pass this sad news on to her.

Micele Grey
swingin' Fox Music

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> in 1955. This album was virtually the first recording made with the  
> focus on the members of the rhythm section as lead instruments.  
> Fifty- three years later we've recorded 'It's About Time!' in the  
> same trio format with Cary DeNigris on guitar and Paul Ramsey on  
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>  1. NYTimes.com: A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
>     (mitchellfeldman at comcast.net)
>  2. Re: Humphrey Lyttelton, broadcaster and jazz musician, 	dies
>     aged 86 (Peter Solomon)
>  3. KRFC FT COLLINS  - The 04/25/08 "PlayList" of Peter L. Poses,
>     Host of "OverNight Jazz: The Soundz Of Surprize" ---
>     www.krfcfm.org  (Peter Poses)
>  4. Re: NYTimes.com: A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
>     (onthebeach at aol.com)
>  5. Jazz educators go south (Jazz Promo Services)
>  6. more on IAJE  (JazzCorner at aol.com)
>  7. Current Play List "Jazz Spotlight On Sinatra" (Nancy Barell)
>  8. Re: more on IAJE (TomtheJazzman)
>  9. PLAYLIST:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg Ap 26-08 (Maurice Hogue)
> 10. PLAYLIST: "General Eclectic", WCVF-FM, 4/25/08 (Tom Bingham)
> 11. Re: NYTimes.com: A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
>     (EdBride at aol.com)
> 12. Re: more on IAJE  (EdBride at aol.com)
> 13. Re: Sabor Tropical Playlist - KIPO 89.3 FM - Honolulu, Hawaii
>     (Ray Cruz)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 08:20:09 -0400
> From: mitchellfeldman at comcast.net
> Subject: [JPL] NYTimes.com: A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
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> ARTS / MUSIC | April 26, 2008
> A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
> By BEN RATLIFF
> Over the last week, the jazz world has been reeling from the  
> announcement that the International Association of Jazz Educators, a  
> de facto trade organization, is going out of business.
>
> http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/26/arts/music/26jazz.html?ex=1209873600&en=eb562ae3706118f9&ei=5070&emc=eta1
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> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 11:57:07 -0400
> From: "Peter Solomon" <psolomon at ideastations.org>
> Subject: Re: [JPL] Humphrey Lyttelton, broadcaster and jazz musician,
> 	dies  aged 86
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> I loved this man's show! What an inspiration. If you've never seen the
> videos of his televised jazz concerts, you should search them out.  
> Very
> sorry to hear about this. - Peter Solomon
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> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 11:32:37 -0600
> From: "Peter Poses" <pposes at earthlink.net>
> Subject: [JPL] KRFC FT COLLINS  - The 04/25/08 "PlayList" of Peter L.
> 	Poses,	Host of "OverNight Jazz: The Soundz Of Surprize" ---
> 	www.krfcfm.org
> To: "Jazz Programmers List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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> 		Jazz broadcastzz are played on KRFC FT COLLINS four timezz weekly.
> 		The Jazz Broadcastzz & Broadcasterzz are listed below:
>
> 		Week of 04/21/08 - 04/26/08 ---
>
> 		Gene Abkarian's  --- "Mountain Standards Time" - Sun.,  - 11PM --
> jctrane at gmail.com]);
> 	      Flash's --- "Sounds Of Jazz " - Tues., 10AM - Noon ---
> [eflash17 at comcast.net]);
> 		Brian Keefe's  --- "Jazzalicious" --- Thurs.,
> 		10PM - "'Round Midnight ---[be_kef at yahoo.com]);
> 	      Peter Poses  --- "OverNight Jazz: The Soundz Of Surprize" -  
> Thurs.,
> 		'Round Midnight - Fri., 6AM ---pposes at gmail.com].
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> 			******************************************************************
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>
> 	 	The 04/25/08 "PlayList" of djSOS aka Peter L. Poses, Host of  
> "OverNight
> 		Jazz: The Soundz Of Surprize" from 'Round MidNight Thurzz. to 6AM  
> Fri. on
> 		KRFC FT COLLINS (CO), "Come Together On Home Grown Community  
> Radio" ---
> 		88.9FM --- www.krfcfm.org ---  KRFC FT COLLINS, 619 S. College  
> Ave., #4,
> 		Ft. Collins, CO 80524 --- 303.221.5075. Poses is Associate Editor of
> 		"The Rocky Mountain Jazz Beat",  contributin' a weekly column, "The
> 		RMJB/SOS" "(The Soundz Of Surprize") for 	 
> www.rockymountainjazz.com, the
> 		Jazz.com for N. CO & The Front Range, Ned Radinsky,
> Publisher/Editor-In-Chief
> 		and Jazz Photographer.
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> 		**************************************************************
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> 	 	Themezz: The Sap Begins To Run; Sleep & Dreams; and Story-tellin'.
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> 		Extra thanx to ALL those Atristzz, Labelzz, Distributorzz, &  
> Industry
> 		Entitiezz that contributed Premiumzz in support of KRFC FT COLLINS!
>
> 	      Up-Comin' CO Gigzz: Ken Walker Sextet, Dale Bruning,  
> Convergence,
> 		(Dazzle, Denver, CO); The Glenn Taylor Orchestra (The Mercury Cafe,
> 		Denver, CO); Karrin Allyson (The Soiled Dove Undergrtound, Denver,  
> CO);
> Slide
> 		Hampton, Ahmad Jamal 3, and Stefon Harris (The UNC/Greeley Jazz  
> Festival).
>
> 		CO Record Labelzz/CD Releasezz/CO Artistzz: Lorraine Feather (Jazzed
> Media); and 		Aakash Mittal (S-P); Glenn Taylor (S-P); Convergence  
> (Capri);
> Dianne Reeves (Blue 		Note/EMI); 3-Squared (S-P/p-x music); Brad Goode
> (Delmark); Dale Bruning 			(JazzLinkEnterprises) and Ken Walker Sextet
> (Synergy Records).
>
> 		CO-connected Artistzz: Rudy Royston (J.D. Allen's, "I Am I  
> Am" (Sunnyside)
> 		and Chip Stephens (Craig Russo's, "In The Middle (Cagoots Records)
>
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> 	       APPROX 90% OF THIS "PLAYLIST" ARE NEW RELEASES = (*NR*); 16%  
> LOCAL =
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> 				   ------------------------------------
> 			                   (*NR*) --- (*L*)
>                          ------------------------------------
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>
> 	1ST HR. --- ('Round MidNight - 1 AM).
>
> 	 Ella Fitzgerald - 'Round Midnight - Ella Fitzgerald: Best Of The  
> Concert
> Years - Pablo
> (*NR*) Scott Amendola/Ben Goldberg/Devin Hoff - Work - Plays Monk -  
> Long
> Sounds Records
> 	 Ahmad Jamal - Manhattan Reflections - After Fajr - Birdology/ 
> Dreyfus  Jazz
> (*NR*) Sarah Vaughan - Come Spring - Sweet 'N' Sassy - Roulette
> (*NR*) Pete Malinverni - Chicago - Invisible Cities - Reservoir
> (*NR*)(*L*) 3-Squared - My Dream Of Persia - Let's Play Ping Pong -  
> S-P/p-x
> music
> (*NR*) Keith Marks - Mercy, Mercy, Mercy - Foreign Funk - S-P
> (*NR*) Karrin Allyson - Double Rainbow - Imagina: The Songs Of  
> Brasil -
> Concord
>
> 	2ND HR. --- (1 - 2AM).
>
> (*NR*) Chick Corea & Gary Burton and The Sydney Symphony Orchestra -
> Brasilia - The New 	 Crystal Silence - Concord
> (*NR*) Sumi Tonooka - Dreaming Of Tibet - Long Ago today - ARC
> (*NR*) Harry Allen & Joe Cohn 4 - So There - Stompin' The Blues -  
> Arbors
> Jazz
> (*NR*)(*L*) The Glenn Taylor Orchestra - Going Deep - The Glenn Taylor
> Orchestra - S-P
> (*NR*) Jaleel Shaw - Muna's Sleeping - Optimism -ChangU
> (*NR*) Jaleel Shaw - Muna's Dream - Optimism -ChangU
> (*NR*) Lainie Cooke - Answer Me - It's Always You - Harlemwood
> (*NR*) Clifford Lamb - All Blues - One - S-P
> (*NR*) The Gust Spenos 4 - Mountain Greenery - Swing Theory - S-P
>
> 	3RD HR. --- (2AM - 3AM).
>
> (*NR*) Gary Morgan & Panamericana - Dream City - Felicidade - CAP
> (*NR*) TK Blue - Follow The North Star - Follow The North Star - JaJa
> Records
> (*NR*) Marian McPartland - Twilight World - Twilight World - Concord
> (*NR*)(*L*) Dianne Reeves - Over The Wekkend - When You Know - Blue  
> Note/EMI
> (*NR*) Harry Pickins - The Shadow Of Your Smile - The Shadow Of Your  
> Smile -
> S-P
> (*NR*) Susan Krebs - Blackbird  - Jazz Aviary - Green Gig Records
> (*NR*) Scott Hamilton - Sweet Slumber - Across The Tracks - Concord
> (*NR*) Third World Love - Gigi Et Amelie - The New Blues - Anzic
> (*NR*) Pete Robbins - La Linea - Do The Hate Laugh Shimmy - Fresh  
> Sound New
> Talent
>
> 	4TH HR. --- (3AM - 4AM).
>
> (*NR*) Westchester Jazz Orchestra - Naima - All in - S-P/WJO
> (*NR*) Cat Russell - I Don't Care Who Knows - Sentimental Streak -  
> World
> Village
> (*NR*) Ben Allison  - The Language Of Love - Little Things Run The  
> World -
> Palmetto
> (*NR*) (*L*)Brad Goode - It's 4AM - Nature Boy - Delmark
> 	 Jim Malloy - New York Nighttime Blues - Jaz Vocalist - S-P
> 	 Randy Sanke - Strap Hanging - The Subway Ballet - Evening Star
> 	 Randy Sanke - Pas De Deux - The Subway Ballet - Evening Star
> (*NR*) Taylor Eigsti - Let It Come To You - Let It Come To You -  
> Concord
> (*NR*) J.D. Allen - Othello - I Am I Am - Sunnyside
> (*NR*) Connie Evingson - Heart's Desire - Little Did I Dream -  
> Minnehaha
> Records
> (*NR*) David Finck - Black Eyes - Future Day - Sound Brush
>
> 	5TH HR. - (4AM - 5AM)
>
> (*NR*) The Caribbean Jazz Project - Birds Of A Feather - Afro Bop  
> Alliance -
> Heads Up
> (*NR*) Irvin Mayfield & Ellis Marsalis - Like A Star - Love Songs,  
> Ballads,
> & Standars - Basin 	 Street Records
> (*NR*) Dick Hyman & Chris Hopkins - Opus One Half - "Teddy Wilson In 4
> Hands" - Victoria
> (*NR*) Debbie Cunningham - What's New - The Rest Of Your Life - S-P
> (*NR*) Linda Dachtyl - Since I Fell For You - For Hep Cats - Chicken
> Coup/Summit Records
> (*NR*) Hans Glawischnig - Gypsy Tales - Panorama - Sunnyside
> (*NR*) Craig Russo - Chip's Vision - In The Middle - Cagoots Records
> (*NR*) Roberta Gambarini & Hank Jones - Lushlife - You Are There -
> Emarcy/Groovin' High
> (*NR*) Nicholas Payton - Blue - In The Blue - Nonesuch
> (*NR*) Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band - Most Precious One -  
> Season Of
> Changes - Verve
> (*NR*) Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band - Most Precious  
> One(Prodigy) -
> Season Of Changes - 	 Verve
>
> 	6TH HR. (5 - 6AM)
>
> (*NR*) The Mesa Community College Jazz Bands - Take The "A" Train -  
> Then &
> Now - Sae Breeze
> (*NR*)(*L*) Lorraine Feather - Making It Up As We Go Along -  
> Language - Jazz
> Media
> (*NR*) Paul Renz - Rebop - ReBop - Gabwalk Records
> (*NR*	 Kenny Werner & Roseanna Vitro - Everybody's Cryin' "Mercy" -  
> Delirium
> Blues Project: 	 Serve Or Suffer --- Live! At The Blue Note [NYNY] -  
> Half
> Note
> (*NR*	 Brubeck Bros - Blue Rondo A La Turk - Classified - Koch
> (*NR*) Liz McComb - Ol' Man River - The Spirit Of New Orleans -
> GVE/Sunnyside
> (*NR*)(*L*)Aakash Mittal - Hindustani Song - Possible Beginnings - S-P
> (*NR*) Bobby Broom - Strike Up The Band -  The Way I Play: Live! In  
> Chicago
> (At Pete  Miller's 	 Steakhouse) -  Origin
> (*L*)  Ken Walker Sextet - Mi Nena - Terra Firma - Synergy
> (*L*)  Dale Bruning - Grant Street Azure - Tomorrow's
> Reflections -JazzLinkEnterprises
> (*NR*)(*L*) Convergence - Self-Loather's Anon: John's Greeting - I Can
> BeThere - Capri
> (*NR*) Tobias Gebb & Trio West - Poinciana, What Time Is It? - An  
> Upper
> Westside Story - Yummy 	 House
>
>
> 		********************************************************************
>
> 	       
> ********************************************************************
>
> 	The 04/25/08 "PlayList" of djSOS aka Peter L. Poses, Host of  
> "OverNight
> 	Jazz: The Soundz Of Surprize" from 'Round MidNight Thurzz. to 6AM  
> Fri. on
> 	KRFC FT. COLLINS (CO), "Come Together On HomeGrown Community Radio  
> ---
> 	88.9FM --- www.krfcfm.org --- KRFC FT COLLINS, 619 S. College Ave.,  
> #4,
> 	Ft. Collins, CO 80524 --- 303.221.5075. Poses ---
> 	Peter at rockymountainjazz.com or pposes at gmail.com --- is the  
> Associate Editor
> 	of "The Rocky Mountain Jazz Beat", contributin' a weekly column, "The
> 	RMJB/SOS" ("The Soundz Of Surprize") --- "The Rocky Mountain Jazz  
> Beat" ---
> 	www.rockymountainjazz.com --- is the Jazz.com for N. CO & The Front  
> Range.
> 	Ned Radinsky, Publisher/Editor-In-Chief and Jazz Photographer. UTNG  
> (Until
> 	The Next Gig), dig, djSOS aka Peter L. Poses
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> Message: 4
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 14:24:40 -0400
> From: onthebeach at aol.com
> Subject: Re: [JPL] NYTimes.com: A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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> thanks mitchell for posting this...im going to go out on a limb here  
> and suggest im not the only person interviewed (besides many who  
> read this article) who is shocked how much the writer missed of the  
> story.? mr. ratliff seems to have dismissed much of what he was  
> told, and appears to accept statements from mr. mcfarlin, mr.bergman  
> et al at face value.
>
> one wonders if the casual reader would have any inkling that the  
> membership is up in arms and that there are serious allegations
> of misdeeds, a cover up and more.? there is no hint or suggestion of  
> wrongdoing, mismanagement and so forth.? mr. ratliff doesnt  
> challenge statements offered from iaje and mcfarland, and in doing  
> so is dismissive of much of what he surely heard from others who he  
> interviewed.
>
> further, this piece reads much like an obit.? in fact iaje is filing  
> for Chapter 7, we do not know if they have even been qualified to do  
> so (by the IRS).? hopefully if ALL CONCERNED PARTIES, write to info  
> @ iaje.org and express their outrage and demand iaje file for  
> bankruptcy protection under CH 11 or 13 (reorganization) and they  
> contact their regional iaje chapters and do the same, there may yet  
> be a different outcome.
>
> mr. ratliff's headline should more correctly have read "A Jazz  
> Lifeline to Academia Is Threatened.? it might have been illuminating  
> for him to have interviewed Mary Jo Papich, the most recently  
> elected president:? how curious that she recognized the state of  
> things at iaje, but messrs. mcfarlin, bergman et al did not!!!
> ricky schultz
> www.jazzconsultant.com
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mitchellfeldman at comcast.net
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Sent: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 5:20 am
> Subject: [JPL] NYTimes.com: A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> This week's sponsor: Chico Hamilton hits w/ ''It's About Time! EP''  
> on Joyous
> Shout!
>
> ''My first recording as a leader was a trio with Howard Roberts on  
> guitar and
> George Duvivier on bass- a 10'' LP made for Pacific Jazz in 1955.  
> This album was
> virtually the first recording made with the focus on the members of  
> the rhythm
> section as lead instruments. Fifty- three years later we've recorded  
> 'It's About
> Time!' in the same trio format with Cary DeNigris on guitar and Paul  
> Ramsey on
> bass. These two brilliant players are my right hand and my left  
> hand.''
>
> -- Chico Hamilton
>
> www.myspace.com/chicohamilton
> Publicity: april at amtpublicrelations.com
> Label: joyshout at evansville.net
>
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
> This page was sent to you by: mitchellfeldman at comcast.net.
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> ARTS / MUSIC | April 26, 2008
> A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
> By BEN RATLIFF
> Over the last week, the jazz world has been reeling from the  
> announcement that
> the International Association of Jazz Educators, a de facto trade  
> organization,
> is going out of business.
>
> http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/26/arts/music/26jazz.html?ex=1209873600&en=eb562ae3706118f9&ei=5070&emc=eta1
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> Message: 5
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 14:55:15 -0400
> From: Jazz Promo Services <jazzpromo at earthlink.net>
> Subject: [JPL] Jazz educators go south
> To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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> Jazz Beyond Jazz
> Howard Mandel's freelance Urban Improvisation
>
> http://www.artsjournal.com/jazzbeyondjazz/2008/04/jazz_educators_go_south.ht
> ml
>
> Jazz educators go south
> Another victim of global economics? Or of flawed leadership? The 40- 
> year-old
> International Association for Jazz Education has announced its  
> bankruptcy,
> following an ill-attended conference in Toronto and unexpected  
> departures by
> its executive director and president. "Industry of jazz" players are
> shocked, shocked!
> As reported by my friend Paul de Barros, jazz critic of the Seattle  
> Times,
> the annual IAJE conference, which over the past decade has served as  
> an
> unrivaled meeting ground for jazz-oriented musicians, students,  
> educators,
> academic institutions, instrument manufacturers, record companies,  
> festival
> producers, music and book publishers, print journalists,  
> broadcasters and
> bloggers will not take place as planned in Seattle in January 2009,  
> will not
> publish its quarterly journal or follow up on current programs  - -  
> in fact
> will disband entirely, leaving some 8,000 members without platform or
> representation in a world increasingly marginalizing its mission.
>
> The promotion of jazz music, which has typically been a hit-or-miss  
> venture
> dependent on individual initiative around localized projects, will  
> again
> (still) be without a widely rooted, non-commercial umbrella  
> organization
> based in the U.S., a la the Country Music Association, Chamber Music
> America, the Poetry Foundation or for that matter the Jazz Journalists
> Association. The Jazz Alliance International, a consortium  
> originally meant
> to include fans, musicians, record labels, producer-presenters and  
> magazine
> publishers, was folded into IAJE two years ago, and has, without  
> formal
> announcement, apparently abandoned its activities.\
>
> As usual, the survival of jazz as a unique art-and-entertainment  
> will be up
> to those players and listeners (educators and students included) who  
> most
> live it and love it. The IAJE may fall, but jazz will carry on. That  
> fact
> runs counter to the disturbing spin of IAJE's attorney Alan Bergman  
> (also
> prominent in the Jazz Alliance International and the rights deals by  
> Blue
> Note Records for historic albums such as the heralded Thelonious  
> Monk with
> John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall), who said:
>
> "A bunch of jazz musicians formed this organization and it grew into a
> multimillion-dollar operation with a huge convention and a big staff  
> and big
> journal, but it was still run by a volunteer board elected by the  
> membership
> that met twice a year."
>
> Don't blame the musicians -- IAJE ex-executive director Bill  
> McFarlin and
> his board were jazz teachers and administrators, not creators.  
> American jazz
> musicians long ago learned to work cheap and act wily; no musician-run
> organization (like the Association for the Advancement of Creative  
> Musicians
> or even the American Federation of Musicians) has ever racked up a
> million-dollar deficit from its operations. Such a group would be both
> unlikely to bite off so much more than they could chew and unable to
> convince anyone to extend them such credit anyway. No, I think to  
> know how
> the IAJE debacle happened, we ought to press its suits.
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 6
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 15:36:53 EDT
> From: JazzCorner at aol.com
> Subject: [JPL] more on IAJE
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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> http://chronicle.com/temp/email2.php?id=2fmkdmmbSjqsqjGChkfjQvSxkv33fpdx
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> Further to what Ricky said... what is needed here is a financial
> investigative reporter (CNN - Bloomberg?)  that 40 year old trade  
> association could go
> belly up diving into Chapter 7 instead of looking at resources  
> including private
> donors that could easily sway to give a million plus.  Any one can  
> look at the
> guidestar reports for several years back and question why was  
> McFarlin,
> Carroll and Baker given a $14k raise if the organization was in such  
> debt.  Why was
> a 1/4 of the total budget of IAJE taken up by expenses and travel?
>
> Peace
> Lois Gilbert
> jazzcorner.com
>
>
>
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> Message: 7
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 17:34:03 -0400
> From: Nancy Barell <nbarell at nyc.rr.com>
> Subject: [JPL] Current Play List "Jazz Spotlight On Sinatra"
> To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>,	<jaz>
> Message-ID:
> 	<20080426213547.LIAH5645.hrndva-omta04.mail.rr.com@[68.175.50.120]>
> Content-Type: text/plain;	charset="ISO-8859-1"
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> -- 
> Nancy Barell
> "Jazz Spotlight On Sinatra"
> www.live365.com/stations/nancyann3839
>
> 03 AllOrNothingAtAll Medley    7:47    Frank Sinatra    Strangers In  
> The
> Night    \
>
> 04 All The Things You Are    3:17    The Modern Jazz Quartet    The  
> Complete
> Modern Jazz Quartet Prestige And Pablo Recordin    \
>
> 05 This Could Be The Start Of Something Big    4:52    Becky Kiigore/ 
> Dan
> Barrett    Watch Out!  \
>
> 06 I Can't Get Started    4:40    Zoot Sims/Bob Brookmeyer     
> Excelsior -
> The Gershwin Songbook   \
>
> 07 More Than You Know    5:35    Ray Brown Trio & Dee Dee Bridgewater
> Some of My Best Friends are... Singers  \
>
> 10 Trav'lin Light    3:32    Billie Holiday    At Monterey/1958
>
> 11 Lover Man Oh Where Can You Be?    5:29    Jim Snidero    Tippin'
>
> 12 You Make Me Feel So Young    2:48    Sylvia Bennett    Songs From  
> The
> Heart
>
> 13 Cheek To Cheek    5:09    Gust Spenos, Marvin Chandler, Everett  
> Green, Et
> Al/Wycliffe Gordon    Swing Theory
>
> 14 It Could Happen To You    2:34    Anne Phillips    Born To Be Blue
>
> 15 Gone With The Wind    3:24    Marion Cowings    Marion Cowings  
> with Kenny
> Barron
>
> 16 Night And Day    6:45    Mimi Fox    Perpetually Hip
>
> 33 Send In The Clowns (from 'A Little Night Music')    4:13    Frank  
> Sinatra
> Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back
>
> 36 Send in the Clowns    4:53    Eric Reed    Pure Imagination
>
> 20 The Best Is Yet To Come    4:39    Jackie Ryan    You And The  
> Night And
> The Music
>
> 21 I Didn't Know What Time It Was    4:59    Dena Derose    Love's  
> Holiday
>
> 22 Time After Time    5:35    Bob Mintzer Quartet    In The Moment
>
> 23 Body And Soul    3:19    Eddie Jefferson    Savoy 60th Anniversary,
> Timeless (Disc 2)
>
> 24 The Best Thing For You - Bud Powell, NHØP, William Schiöpffe     
> 6:02
> Bud Powell Trio    Bouncing With Bud
>
> 26 They Say It's Spring    4:40    Erin McKeown    Sing You Sinners
>
> 27 It Might As Well Be Spring    6:24    Carl Fontana    The Great  
> Fontana
>
> 28 Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year    2:05    Sathima Bea  
> Benjamin
> A Morning In Paris
>
> 29 Younger Than Springtime    5:51    Oscar Peterson    Monterey Jazz
> Festival: 40 Legendary Years (Disc 1)
>
> 30 It Might As Well Be Spring    3:51    John Pizzarelli    After  
> Hours
>
> 32 Sunny    4:15    Frank Sinatra/Duke Ellington    Francis A &  
> Edward K
>
> 33 When Sunny Gets Blue    5:25    Ray Bryant    Here's Ray Bryant
>
> 34 On The Sunny Side Of The Street    3:11    George Shearing &  
> Ernestine
> Anderson    Saturday Afternoon Jazz
>
> 35 I Want To Be Happy    7:45    Thelonious Monk And Sonny Rollins
> Thelonious Monk And Sonny Rollins
>
> 36 Make Someone Happy    4:35    Laverne Butler    A Foolish Thing  
> To Do
>
> 37 Get Happy    3:16    Ken Peplowski    Last Swing Of The Century
>
> 38 Sometimes I'm Happy    4:48    The Tierney Sutton Band    On the  
> Other
> Side
>
> 40 Love for Sale    4:25    Jim Rotondi    Four of a Kind
>
> 41 A Day In The Life Of A Fool    4:14    Janice Friedman Trio     
> Swingin'
> For The Ride
>
> 42 I Had The Craziest Dream    7:48    Ehud Asherie    Lockout
>
> 43 Makin' Whoopee!    4:09    Dr. John    In A Sentimental Mood
>
> 44 East Of The Sun    4:05    Rumsey's Lighthouse Allstars     
> Lighthouse
> Allstars Vol 6
>
> 45    3:25    Roseanna Vitro    Listen Here    Jazz        1     
> 4/18/08 9:58
> AM
>
> 47 In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning    3:03    Frank Sinatra     
> In The
> Wee Small Hours
>
> 48 In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning    4:53    James Moody     
> Young At
> Heart
>
> 49 Oh, What A Little Moonlight Can Do    3:12    Billie Holiday    At
> Monterey/1958
>
> 50 The Lady Is A Tramp    3:21    Biréli Lagrène    Blue Eyes
>
> 51 The Lady is a Tramp    3:37    Erroll Garner    Dreamstreet / One  
> World
> Concert
>
> 52 Speak Low    6:03    Daryl Sherman    A Lady Must Live
>
> 53 Luck Be A Lady     5:05    The Rat Pack    Rat Pack - Live At The  
> Sands
>
> 55 Quiet Nights    4:38    David Hazeltine    The Jobim Songbook In  
> New York
>
> 56 Corcovado    3:54    Antônio Carlos Jobim    Elis & Tom
>
> 57 Desafinado    6:55    Charlie Byrd    Charlie Byrd Plays Jobim
>
> 58 It Might As Well Be Spring    4:21    Joao Y Astrud Gilberto With  
> Antonio
> Carlos Jobim and Stan Ge    Samba E Bossa Nova
>
> 59 Estrada Branca (This Happy Madness)    4:49    Karrin Allyson     
> Imagina:
> Songs of Brasil
>
> 60 Blue Bossa    7:45    Bob Mintzer, Steve Kuhn, Eddy Gomez, Steve  
> Gadd
> Bop Boy
>
> 62 South Of The Border    2:50    Frank Sinatra    The Complete  
> Capitol
> Singles Collection
> PM
> 63  When It's Sleepy Time Down South    6:20    Louis Armstrong
> Collection
>
> 64 South To A Warmer Place    2:58    Marlene Ver Planck    Warmer  
> Place
>
> 65 Indian Summer    5:29    Bob Wilber    Bechet Legacy Challenge  
> CHR 70018
>
> 67 Bewitched, Bothered, And Bewildered    7:05    Ella Fitzgerald     
> The
> Best Of The Songbooks (Disc 1) [Box Set]
> 4/18/08 6:31 PM
> 68 They Can't Take That Away From Me    1:34    Bobby Troup    In A  
> Class
> Beyond Compare
>
> 69 Straight No Chaser - Bud Powell, NHØP, William Schiöpffe     
> 6:46    Bud
> Powell Trio    Bouncing With Bud
>
> 70 You Turned The Tables On Me    3:25    Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan
> Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan
>
> 71 Lulu's Back In Town    3:24    Dave Pell Octet    Harry Warren  
> Songbook
>
> 72 The Nearness Of You    5:57    DeRose/Stamm    The Nearness of Two
>
> 73 If Ever I Would Leave You    6:57    Chuck Mangione    Recuerdo
>
> 74 What's New?    4:12    Teri Thornton    Devil May Care
>
> 75 My Foolish Heart    4:54    Sue Raney    In Good Company
>
> 77 The Good Life    2:30    Frank Sinatra With Count Basie & His  
> Orchestra
> It Might As Well Be Swing
>
> 79 What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?    5:29    The Real Group
>
> 80 Lush Life    6:45    Phineas Newborn, Jr.    A World Of Piano
>
> 81 Someone To Light Up My Life    4:39    Shirley Horn    Loving You
>
> 82 That's Life    4:16    Michael Bublé    Call Me Irresponsible
>
> 84 All Blues - Marc Copland, Gary Peacock, Paul Motian    5:36    Marc
> Copland    Voices - New York Trio Recordings Vol. 2    Jazz
>
> 85 Everybody's Talkin'    5:11    Madeleine Peyroux    Half The  
> Perfect
> World
>
> 86 It's A Small World After All    5:14    The Chris Walden Big  
> Band    No
> Bounds
>
> 87 Out Of This World    4:51    Mark Murphy    Rah
>
> 88 What The World Needs Now Is Love    5:01    Wes Montgomery     
> Verve Jazz
> Masters 14
>
> 89 Love Makes The World Go Round    5:01    US Army Blues Jazz  
> Ensemble
> 25th Anniversary Concert
>
> 90 I've Got The World On A String    3:27    Jamie Davis    It's A  
> Good
> Thing
>
> 91 It's A Blue World    8:02    Coleman Hawkins    Coleman Hawkins  
> With The
> Red Garland Trio: Swingville
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 8
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 17:44:14 -0400
> From: TomtheJazzman <tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [JPL] more on IAJE
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID: <4813A22E.2040709 at embarqmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
>
> I understand JazzTimes is looking into doing an article on the IAJE
> situation; however, one of the real investigative news groups could
> probably get more exacting information that a Jazz Journalist.  Still
> sad.  ALOHA
> Tom
>
> JazzCorner at aol.com wrote:
>> This week's sponsor: Chico Hamilton hits w/ ''It's About Time! EP''  
>> on Joyous Shout!
>>
>> ''My first recording as a leader was a trio with Howard Roberts on  
>> guitar and George Duvivier on bass- a 10'' LP made for Pacific Jazz  
>> in 1955. This album was virtually the first recording made with the  
>> focus on the members of the rhythm section as lead instruments.  
>> Fifty- three years later we've recorded 'It's About Time!' in the  
>> same trio format with Cary DeNigris on guitar and Paul Ramsey on  
>> bass. These two brilliant players are my right hand and my left  
>> hand.''
>>
>> -- Chico Hamilton
>>
>> www.myspace.com/chicohamilton
>> Publicity: april at amtpublicrelations.com
>> Label: joyshout at evansville.net
>>
>> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>>
>> http://chronicle.com/temp/email2.php?id=2fmkdmmbSjqsqjGChkfjQvSxkv33fpdx
>>
>> Further to what Ricky said... what is needed here is a financial
>> investigative reporter (CNN - Bloomberg?)  that 40 year old trade  
>> association could go
>> belly up diving into Chapter 7 instead of looking at resources  
>> including private
>> donors that could easily sway to give a million plus.  Any one can  
>> look at the
>> guidestar reports for several years back and question why was  
>> McFarlin,
>> Carroll and Baker given a $14k raise if the organization was in  
>> such debt.  Why was
>> a 1/4 of the total budget of IAJE taken up by expenses and travel?
>>
>> Peace
>> Lois Gilbert
>> jazzcorner.com
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 9
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 17:38:07 -0500
> From: Maurice Hogue <onemansjazz at shaw.ca>
> Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg Ap 26-08
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID:
> 	<5.2.0.9.2.20080426173604.029a42c8 at shawmail.wp.shawcable.net>
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>
> PLAYLIST:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg Ap 26-08
>
> Sage Reynolds *  On The Wall - Effendi *   Memory Montage Incidental  
> (Canada)
> J.D. Walter *   Clear Day - Double Time *   Grace
> Kellylee Evans *   Fight or Flight - Enliven *   How Can You Get Along
> Without 	Me?(Canada)
> Jean Vanasse Sextet *   Amerikois - Effendi *  Amerikiois(Canada)
> Jacob Garchik *   Romance - Yestereve *   Focus
> Jacob Garchik *   Romance - Yestereve *   Medium
> Andy Ballantyne LargeEnsemble *   The Sum of the Parts - ind *   
> Vista(Canada)
> Dafnis Prieto Sextet *   Taking The Soul For A Walk - Dafnison *   
> Taking The
> 	Soul For A Walk
> Francisco Mela *   Malao - Ayva *   Parasuayo
> Wayne Horvitz Gravitaz Quartet *   One Dance Alone - Songlines * A  
> Walk In
> 	The Rain
> Roberta Piket Trio *   Love And Beauty - Thirteenth Note *    
> Claude's Clawed
> Nicole Mitchell's Black Earth Ensemble *   Xenogenesis Suite -  
> Firehouse 12
> *   	Wonder
> Nicole Mitchell's Black Earth Ensemble *   Xenogenesis Suite -  
> Firehouse 12
> *  	Transition A
> Butcher/Muller/Van DerSchyff *   Way Out Northwest - Drip Audio
> *   Gone, 	Goner(Canada)
> Ryan Blotnick *   Music Needs You - Songlines *   Liberty
> JD Walter *  Dedicated To You - Dream Box * Evidently  
> Embraceable(Canada)
>
> Interview with Bruce Abbott of the Minnesota Sur Seine Festival
>
> Vanasse/Vitous *   Nouvelle Cuisine - ind *   Double V
> Horace Silver Quintet *   ive At Newport '58 - Blue Note *   Senor  
> Blues
> Jamie Baum *   Solace - Sunnyside *  Ives Suite 1 - Time Traveler
> Jamie Baum *   Solace - Sunnyside *  Ives Suite 2 - Time Traveler
> Gonzalo Rubalcaba *   Avatar - Blue Note *   Hip Side(Cuba)
>
> Maurice Hogue
> One Man's Jazz CKUW
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 10
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 19:05:11 -0400
> From: "Tom Bingham" <mason2042 at gmail.com>
> Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: "General Eclectic", WCVF-FM, 4/25/08
> To: "Folk and Bluegrass DJs" <FOLKDJ-L at lists.psu.edu>, 	"Jazz
> 	Programmers Mailing List" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>,
> 	blues-dj at yahoogroups.com, globe-l at nevada.edu,
> 	reporting at radiodirectx.com
> Message-ID:
> 	<e781ab2b0804261605w7eb3a6a9xa8ac05bb30c1aa63 at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
>
> Blues dominated the phone response today, particularly the Legendary  
> Rhythm
> & Blues Revue, whose members may (with the exception of Magic Dick)  
> be a bit
> too recent to justify the term "Legendary". But this CD is the stuff  
> of
> which legends are made. Also garnering favorable attention were the
> posthumous Jeff Healey release and Markus James' fusion of blues and  
> Malian
> music (with guest artist Madou Sangare). Other callers favored the  
> classic
> Latin sounds of Sirak, the funky string-quartet stylings of San  
> Francisco,
> and dobro master/singer/songwriter Lloyd Thayer (with his musical  
> saw added
> to the mix!). To the list:
>
> Sirak ya la Sonora Antillana - Echa Pa'Lante - De La Mata!!
>
> Joe Jameson - Pretend - The Outlaw
>
> Quartet San Francisco - Pick Up the Pieces - Whirled Chamber Music
>
> Danny Britt - You Gotta Move - Walk This Road
>
> Butch Castetter - Hey Big Brother - 419 North
>
> Lydia McCauley - Pretty Saro - ForeignLander
>
> Bradford Hayes - Tunji's Blues - The Jazz Life
>
> Old Man Brown - Return - Return
>
> Bill Prouten - Parallel Bars - Low-Down, No-Good . . .
>
> Erica Wheeler - Apache Motel - Good Summer Rain
>
> Lloyd Thayer - It Slipped Through - The Bumper Pool Diaries
>
> Matthias Bublath - MB in da CT - Matthias Bublath
>
> Legendary Rhythm & Blues Revue - I Feel That Old Feeling Coming On -  
> Command
> Performance
>
> Gil Morgenstern & Darrett Adkins - Kodaly: Duo For Violin and  
> Violoncello,
> Movement 3 - 20th Century Duos For Violin and Cello
>
> Jeff Healey - I'm Tore Down - Mess of Blues
>
> Emma Graves - Just Fine - Songs of Water, Songs of War
>
> Joe Crookston - John Jones - Able Baker Charlie & Dog
>
> Markus James - All That You Can't Keep - Snakeskin Violin
>
> Clayton Dyess/Mike Lefebvre/Kenny Andrews - Bags' Groove - Leslie's  
> In the
> Kitchen
>
> Eden Brent - Love Me 'Til Dawn - Mississippi Number One
>
> Moira Cameron - Outlandish Knight (Childe Ballad #4) - One Evening  
> As I
> Rambled
>
> Kym Tuvim - In My Head - Nothing Sweet Nothing
>
> Poppa Steve Mutimer - Hotel Congress - The Good Stuff: Poppa's Best
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> -- 
> Tom Bingham
> "General Eclectic"
> WCVF-FM
> 115 McEwen Hall
> SUNY Fredonia
> Fredonia, NY 14063
> USA
> http://www.generallyeclecticreview.blogspot.com - reviews of books  
> on music
> http://blog.myspace.com/mason2042 - "General Eclectic" playlist  
> archive
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 11
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 21:00:10 EDT
> From: EdBride at aol.com
> Subject: Re: [JPL] NYTimes.com: A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID: <c4a.271b1e25.35452a1a at aol.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"
>
> Ch. 7 deserves an obit, it means they're going out of business. I  
> don't  know
> that you need to do anything to "qualify" other than jump into the   
> grave.
>
> Ed
>
>
>
> In a message dated 4/26/2008 2:25:31 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> onthebeach at aol.com writes:
>
> further,  this piece reads much like an obit.? in fact iaje is  
> filing for
> Chapter 7, we  do not know if they have even been qualified to do so  
> (by the
> IRS).?
>
>
>
>
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>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 12
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 21:04:04 EDT
> From: EdBride at aol.com
> Subject: Re: [JPL] more on IAJE
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID: <c15.12246a70.35452b04 at aol.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"
>
> One of the reasons they were in such dire financial straits was the
> shortfall in their capital campaign. If the well-endowed didn't give  
> a year ago,  why
> would they give now?
>
> Ed
>
>
>
> In a message dated 4/26/2008 3:37:22 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> JazzCorner at aol.com writes:
>
> what is  needed here is a financial
> investigative reporter (CNN - Bloomberg?)   that 40 year old trade
> association could go
> belly up diving into Chapter 7  instead of looking at resources  
> including
> private
> donors that could easily  sway to give a million plus.
>
>
>
>
> **************Need a new ride? Check out the largest site for U.S.  
> used car
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>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 13
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 16:45:01 -1000
> From: "Ray Cruz" <salsaymas at hawaiiantel.net>
> Subject: [JPL] Re: Sabor Tropical Playlist - KIPO 89.3 FM - Honolulu,
> 	Hawaii
> To: "Jazz Week Reports" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Cc: Ray Cruz <rcruz at hawaiipublicradio.org>
> Message-ID: <007d01c8a810$b1d0bf90$0302a8c0 at user7fcf1efc99>
> Content-Type: text/plain;	charset="iso-8859-1"
>
>
> Saturday April 26, 2008
>
> Sabor Tropical Play List on KIPO - 89.3FM, Honolulu HI
>
>
> **Afro - Cuban Latin Jazz is featured in Hour #3**
>
> Host: Ray Cruz
> Time: Saturdays 5-8PM
> Format: Salsa, Classic Salsa & Afro-Cuban Latin Jazz
>
> "Heard live at www.hawaiipublicradio.org"
>
> Please direct CD's for airplay consideration to:
>
> Ray Cruz
> Hawaii Public Radio
> 738 Kaheka Street Suite 101
> Honolulu, HI 96814-3726
>
> Contact:
> 808-955-8821 Office
> 808-226-1221 Cellular
>
> Hour 1 - The Best Salsa Hits On Sabor Tropical!
>
> Artist
> Song
> CD
> Label
>
> Ralph Irrizary
> Cuando Se Hable
> Salsa: Bands of NYC
> Rumba Jams
>
> Pibo Marques y Su Descarga Criolla
> Ustedes, Mi Rumba y Yo
> Homenaje A Los Reyes De La Salsa
> Grupo Madera
>
> Chino Nunez
> Mi Tambor y Yo
> Doctor Salsa
> Infamous & Cookita Productions
>
>
> Cobo All Stars
> Los Pollos
> Heavy Duty
> Cobo Music Incoporated
>
> Willy Chirino
> El Que La Hace La Paga
> South Beach
> Sony Discos
>
>
> Jerry Medina & Pedro Brull
> La Salud
> Estacion Candela
> Envidia
>
> Jorge Herrera
> Tiburón De Agua Dulce
> Castigando
> Latinos & Company
>
>
> Haila
> Una Sopita En Botella
> Tributo A Celia Cruz
> Pimienta Records
>
>
> Willie Sotelo y La Mundial De La Salsa
> Marvin Santiago Medly
> Hijos De La Salsa Gorda
> Envidia
>
> Estrellas De Envidia
> Azuquita
> Homenaje A Fania
> Envidia
>
>
> Hour 2 - The Latin Lounge of Fania
> Artist
> Song
> CD
> Label
>
>
> Fania All Stars featuring Pete "Conde" Rodríguez
> Rosa En El Fango
> Latin Connection
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
> Sonora Poncena
> Como Mango
> Sonora Poncena
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
> Sonora Poncena
> Changuiri
> Sonora Poncena
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
> Fania All Stars featuring Ismael Rivera
> Bilongo
> Latin Connection
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
>
> Tito Puente Orchestra featuring Celia Cruz & Pete  "Conde" Rodriguez
> Perdon
> Homenaje a Benny More
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
> Ray Barretto
> Que Viva La Musica
> Greatest Hits
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
>
> Pacheco y Melon
> Pacheco y Su Tumbao
> Llego Melon
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
> Louis Ramirez
> El Titere
> Leyendas De La Fania: Volume #3
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
>
> Hector LaVoe
> Todo Tiene Su Final
> Greatest Hits
> Fania Remastered Series
> Emusica Records
>
> Hour 3  - Afro-Cuban Latin Jazz
> Artist
> Song
> CD
> Label
>
> Luis Mario Ochoa
> Simbiosis
> Momentos Cubanos
> Cuban Music Prod 2008
>
> Caribbean Jazz Project
> Stolen Moments
> Afro Bop Alliance
> Heads Up
>
> Arturo Sandoval
> Groovin' High
> Danzon
> GRP
>
> Arturo Sandoval
> Danzon
> Danzon
> GRP
>
>
> Craig Russo and The Latin Jazz Project
> Pent-Up House
> In The Middle
> Cagoots Records
>
> Aquiles Baez
> Goajira
> La Patilla
> Cacao Musica
>
> Arturo O'Farrill
> Picadillo
> Song For Chico
> ZOHO
>
> Luisito Quintero
> Four Beat Mambo
> Percussion Madness
> Rapster Records
>
>
> Jovenes Del Barrio
> Telephone
> Evolucionando
> RMM
>
> Ray Cruz
> KIPO 89.FM
> Hawaii Public Radio
> Honolulu Hawaii
> 808-955-8821 Office
> 808-226-1221 Cellular
>
>
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>
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