[JPL] I'm in a Quandry

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Fri Jan 9 18:47:42 EST 2009


It's that between the ears stuff that leads you between the sheets.  Be
careful who you're listening to this stuff with..........

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As a woman, I don't have a problem with provocative photos or sexy
photos  of 
men or women in jazz. Eliane, in particular has created an image for  
herself.  Why can't jazz artists be as image conscious and sexy as any
other genre 
of music.  Ulimately, thought it's not between the sheets, but  between
the 
ears. 
Peace
Lois Gilbert
jazzcorner.com
 
In a message dated 1/9/2009 8:23:56 AM Eastern Standard Time,  
bhhudson at NCCU.EDU writes:

and, as  a female, that stuff looks pretty ridiculous and kind of
insulting.  

can't wait to see shots with male artists draped over a piano, or
sitting 
provocatively on a chair, showing their legs. and the hairdos!! come  on
fellas, 
it's your turn. women like eye candy too! we gals may have a lot to
look 
forward to in 2009!
BH

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com]  On Behalf Of Shaunna
Morrison Machosky
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2009  5:03 PM
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] I'm in a  Quandry

Does your stereo (or computer) prefer blondes or  brunettes?
-sm


>Dear Jazz Radio Royalty,
>
>I  have a problem. Maybe you can help me with it.
>I just received the new  Elaine Elias and Jane Monheit CDs.
>Eliane's has eight color photos of  her. One is a back view of her
"gams"
>(legs for those of you not in the  know).
>Lots of cleavage in the others and one has her posed, legs  spread,
>around a wire back chair.
>Quite a spread!
>Jane's  CD has only five color photos of her. Mostly close up head
shots.
>Not  much cleavage, The back tray card does feature, however, a
>mussed up  pillow and unmade bed.
>My question:
>Which CD should I listen to  first???
>By the way, what ever happened to letting the music speak for  itself.
>Cynically Yours,
>
>Steve Schwartz
>Jazz from  Studio Four
>Friday, 8p-midnight
>WGBH, 89.7FM,  Boston
>www.wgbh.org/jazz

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