[JPL] RE: jazzproglist Digest, Vol 11, Issue 204

Dave Love lovemusicenterprises at gmail.com
Sun Jul 26 08:46:09 EDT 2009


Bobby - 

Sad to hear of WCPN's short sightedness. I have enjoyed listening to you,
your in-depth specials and seeing you around town here at various shows
over the last ten years. The good guys always prevail, keep your chin up
brutha!

Dave

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Today's Topics:

   1. JzFmS4 PLAYLIST WGBH, Boston July 24, 2009 (Steve Schwartz)
   2. WGBH says cuts, layoffs needed (Steve Schwartz)
   3. Re: Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News (laffinred at aol.com)
   4. Re: Bobby Jackson  WCPN (Tom Reney)
   5. Re: Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News (EdBride at aol.com)
   6. Re: Re: Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News (Maxx Myrick)
   7. PLAYLIST for tuesday july 28 with ASFM105.4 in The
      Netherlands (Joost van Steen)
   8. Playlist, Saturday 7-25-09, WHFC-FM 91.1 (Desert Island Jazz)
   9. Video Clip Share (Jae Sinnett)
  10. Re: A Strange question about Sun Ra (ron-gill at att.net)
  11. Re: Video Clip Share (ron-gill at att.net)
  12. Bobby Jackson (Ken Irwin - WMUA Jazz Music Dir.)
  13. Bobby Jackson's sad news (Lawrence Lebo)
  14. RE: A Strange question about Sun Ra (Bob Stewart)
  15. Playlist:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg July 25-09 (Maurice Hogue)
  16. RE: Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News (Bradley M. Stone)
  17. KMHD Portland's new contact info (TradeSecrets/Mancuso's)
  18. Re: KMHD Portland's new contact info (Bobby Jackson)
  19. playlist: taintradio.org - taint town live 07-26-09 (Bob Rogers)


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Message: 1
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 07:41:55 -0400
From: Steve Schwartz <steve_schwartz at wgbh.org>
Subject: [JPL] JzFmS4 PLAYLIST WGBH, Boston July 24, 2009
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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	<500AF635F386834EA5DCD0F3C2C556C127A0F775FF at EXCHCCR.wgbh.org>
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JAZZ FROM STUDIO FOUR
Friday, July 24, 8pmmidnight, WGBH 89.7

ONLY ON 89.7FM 
(Music Recorded by WGBH, 89.7, FM; Produced by Steve Schwartz))
STEVE LACY (b. 7/23/1934)
CHARLES McPHERSON (b. 7/24/1939)

Listed by artist: selection, album (label)

8:00pm
THEME: Horace Parlan Quintet: Wadin', Speakin' My Piece (Blue Note)

8:05pm
Don Pullen: Variation on "Ode To Life", Boston Globe Jazz Festival 6/18/1992

(ONLY ON 89.7FM)

8:22pm
Steve Turre: Brother Ray, Rainbow People (HighNote)
Alvin Queen: I Got A Woman, Mighty Long Way (Justin Time)
Jim Rotondi: One Mint Julep, Blues for Brother Ray (Positone)

8:50pm
Rebecca Parris: Weaver of Dreams; Alone Together, 
Live @ Marblehead Summer Jazz 7/7/2007 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)

9:09pm
Charles McPherson: Primal Urge, Manhattan Nocturne (Arabesque)
Charles McPherson: Nostalgia, Bebop Revisited! (Prestige)
Charles McPherson: I Should Care, But Beautiful (Venus Records)

9:35pm
Steve Kuhn: Confirmation; Trane/Oceans in The Sky, 
Live @ WGBH 2008 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)

9:52pm
Kenny Burrell: Isabella, Prime (Half Note)
Joe Locke; David Hazeltine: One for Reedy Ree, 
Mutual Admiration Society 2 (Sharp Nine)
Helio Alves: The Dolphin, It's Clear (Reservoir)

10:16pm
Luciana Souza; Romero Lubambo: Wave, 
Live@ Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum 7/18/2003 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)
Diana Krall: All or Nothing At All, 
Live @ Newprt Jazz Festival 2001 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)
Carol Sloane: Sittin' and A Rockin'; All Too Soon, 
Live @ Scullers Jazz Club, 2002 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)

10:46pm
Steve Lacy; Danilo Perez: Monk's Dream, 
Live @ The RegattaBar 5/3/2003 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)
Steve Lacy: Prelude To A Kiss, 10 of Dukes + 6 Originals (Senator Records)
Steve Lacy; Gil Evans: Goodbye Pork Pie Hat, Paris Blues (Owl/Sunnyside)

11:10pm
Steve Lacy; Roswell Rudd: 2300 Skiddoo, Regeneration (Soul Note)
Steve Lacy: The Bath, Live at Sweet Basil (RCA/Novus)

11:34pm
Frank Kimbrough: Wildflower (H. Nichols), 
Live @ WGBH Fraser Performance Studio, 1/22/2008 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)

Ran Blake: MEDLEY: THe Pawnbroker; Lost Highway; Nat Cole Medley; Throw It
Away; Strange Fruit, 
Live @ WGBH Fraser Performance Studio 3/18/2009 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)

Fred Hersch: Moon and Sand, 
Live @ WGBH Fraser Performance Studio 3/2/2009 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)

11:55pm
Mike Melvoin: The Melody Is You, 
Live @ WGBH Fraser Performance Studio 2/11/2009 (ONLY ON 89.7FM)

Only on 89.7! performances and recordings are exclusive 
WGBH Radio productions and are not commercially available.



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Message: 2
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 08:01:47 -0400
From: Steve Schwartz <steve_schwartz at wgbh.org>
Subject: [JPL] WGBH says cuts, layoffs needed
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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Bobby Jackson, 
Terrible news about your job cut. It's rampant everywhere. 
Here is an article from yesterday's Boston Globe. We're all looking behind
us. 
Let's hope for the best for all:

WGBH says cuts, layoffs needed

Officials at WGBH said yesterday that budget shortfalls will require major 
budget cuts and layoffs.

WGBH spokeswoman Lucy Sholley said it is unknown how many employees 
would be let go because the station is in negotiations with one of its major
unions.

However, department heads were asked to cut their budgets as much as 
8 percent to help make up an expected revenue shortfall of 12 percent in
fiscal 2010, she said.

We expect there will be layoffs, Sholley said last night.

WGBH has been in talks with the Association of Employees of the 
Educational Foundation, Local 1300 of the Communications Workers 
of America, and has asked the union to approve a wage freeze and an 
end to pension contributions. The concessions would save the station an 
expected $1.3 million. Sholley said WGBH management agreed to the same
 concessions in September of 2008.

Union officials said they would meet with station management next week 
and added they had not seen any proposals. Last year after restructurings 
and layoffs, more than 22 employees lost their jobs. One of the things it 
does affect is local programming, local production, said union president 
Jordan Weinstein, to what extent we dont know.

Three-hundred sixty of WGBHs 900 employees belong to the union.

Sholley said the National Association of Broadcast and Engineering
Technicians, 
Local 18 of the Communications Workers of America, which also 
represents station employees, has agreed to wage and pension concessions.

The cutbacks were announced yesterday in a memo to employees 
from chief executive Jon Abbott. In the memo, Abbott said WGBHs 
income from members, major donors, corporations, and its endowment has
shrunk.

Department heads were asked to reduce 5 percent of their budgets earlier
this year.

In the memo, Abbott said he hoped bargaining would conclude by early to
mid-August.

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Message: 3
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 09:53:38 -0400
From: laffinred at aol.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <8CBDB4672546F9D-10E4-C930 at webmail-stg-m04.sysops.aol.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"

Dear Bobby....



Another door will open, one that showcases and respects your talents on your
terms. Stay strong, stay focused...




we love you man.....

reebsB 


-----Original Message-----
From: Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Sent: Fri, Jul 24, 2009 10:19 pm
Subject: Re: [JPL] Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News








This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"

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Wow Bobby. I'm sorry to hear this news. I can't help but think you will find
a 
better home that will embrace your extraordinary talents in broadcasting
soon. 
Their loss indeed but logic doesn't always prevail. 

Jae 

--- On Fri, 7/24/09, Paul Combs <pcomb at comcast.net> wrote:

> From: Paul Combs <pcomb at comcast.net>
> Subject: Re: [JPL] Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Date: Friday, July 24, 2009, 11:58 PM
> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton,
> "Twilight & Blues"
> 
> *******************************************************
> 
> Thanks Tom. I had thought of that when I answered Bobby's
> post, but was too distracted by the news to put it
> together.
> 
> Paul
> 
> TomtheJazzman wrote:
> > This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight &
> Blues"
> > 
> >
> *******************************************************
> > 
> > I changed the header so that more people might read
> the note from Bobby versus deleting it because they thought
> it was about Sun Ra.B  ALOHAB  Tom
> > 
> > TomtheJazzman20wrote:
> >> Bobby, this comes as a real blow to me.B 
> After all they have USED you for and had you jumping through
> the hoops it really saddens me to hear this news.B  Stay
> and touch and let us know the best email to use in the
> future to correspond with you.B  Love ya man.B  Your
> friend.B  ALOHAB  Tom
> >> 
> >> Bobby Jackson wrote:
> >>> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight
> & Blues"
> >>> 
> >>>
> *******************************************************
> >>> 
> >>> As of October 2nd I will no longer work at
> WCPN.B  There have been funding cutbacks at the
> station.B  Nine full time employees were let go
> including yours truly.B  Of course if there are any
> opportunities out there I'm all ears.B  Bob Parlocha's
> syndicated service will replace my shift beginning on
> Monday.B  I will remain active on the list and hope that
> each one of you will not have to go through what I've
> endured at WCPN.B  Just keep swimming and swinging!!
> >>> 
> >>> Aloha,
> >>> 
> >>> Bobby Jackson
> >>> 
> >>> 
> >>> 
> 
> *************************************************
> 
> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"B  August
> releaseB  
> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis
> Nash/drums/Jeremy Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
> 
> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there -
> the best newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa
> Hilton.....The whole disc has anB  ambience that draws
> you in while20swinging with emotion....The band shows its
> chops....Thoughtful and well crafted from start to finish,
> this is a must have for jazz fans".B  George Harris/All
> About Jazz
> 
> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as
> a pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her
> gift".B  Eric Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
> 
> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of
> beauty that is true to the artist she is. Hilton's
> orignality of vision is her strength, and her light touch is
> as lovely as she is and as addictive as the waves breaking
> near her Malibu home."B  Brad Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net
> 
> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".B  Chris
> Spector/Midwest Record
> 
> Distributed by Super D.B  www.LisaHiltonMusic.comB 
> Promotion by JazzzDog
> 
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Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release  

Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
Pelt/trumpet, 
J. D. Allen/sax

"Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best newer
voice 
out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole disc has an  ambience
that 
draws you in while swinging with emotion....The band shows its 
chops....Thoughtful and well crafted from 
start to finish, this is a must have 
for jazz fans".  George Harris/All About Jazz

"A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a pianist enough

that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric Cohen/WAER Radio, NY

"Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that is true
to 
the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her strength, and her
light 
touch is as lovely as she is and as addictive as the waves breaking near her

Malibu home."  Brad Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net

"Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest Record

Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by JazzzDog

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Message: 4
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 10:29:02 -0400
From: Tom Reney <tr at wfcr.org>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Bobby Jackson  WCPN
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <4A6B16AE.2050301 at wfcr.org>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed

Bobby,

Apropos of "just keep swimming," I just arrived at the Cape for a week's 
vacation and opened my e-mail to read of this unfortunate news for 
you.   How sad that Cleveland will be without your upbeat personality 
and commitment to WCPN's listenership, for the time being, at least.  
Syndicated just isn't the same for our communities.  I'm confident that 
you'll be alright and think of you as possessing a silver lining way of 
seeing things. 

I also thought of you in the context of Horace Boyer's passing this 
week, knowing that you'd sought him out for one of your productions a 
few years ago.

All the best,

Tom Reney


Bobby Jackson wrote:
> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>
> *******************************************************
>
> As of October 2nd I will no longer work at WCPN.  There have been 
> funding cutbacks at the station.  Nine full time employees were let go 
> including yours truly.  Of course if there are any opportunities out 
> there I'm all ears.  Bob Parlocha's syndicated service will replace my 
> shift beginning on Monday.  I will remain active on the list and hope 
> that each one of you will not have to go through what I've endured at 
> WCPN.  Just keep swimming and swinging!!
>
> Aloha,
>
> Bobby Jackson
>
>
>



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Message: 5
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 11:48:47 EDT
From: EdBride at aol.com
Subject: [JPL] Re: Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Message-ID: <c94.4b0b9b1a.379c835f at aol.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"

As good as some of these syndicated shows are (I don't know Parlocha),  
something is lost when the local perspective is taken away. If there is 
justice,  Bobby will be working again, and soon.
 
Ed
 
 
 
In a message dated 7/24/2009 11:27:19 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net writes:

Bob  Parlocha's syndicated service will replace my  
shift beginning on  Monday.  I will remain active on the list and hope  
that each  one of you will not have to go through what I've endured at   
WCPN.  Just keep swimming and  swinging!!



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Message: 6
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 08:51:05 -0700 (PDT)
From: Maxx Myrick <myrickjazz at yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Re: Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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--- On Sat, 7/25/09, EdBride at aol.com <EdBride at aol.com> wrote:

From: EdBride at aol.com <EdBride at aol.com>
Subject: [JPL] Re: Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Date: Saturday, July 25, 2009, 10:48 AM

This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"

*******************************************************

As good as some of these syndicated shows are (I don't know Parlocha),  
something is lost when the local perspective is taken away. If there is 
justice,  Bobby will be working again, and soon.
 
Ed
 
 
 
In a message dated 7/24/2009 11:27:19 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net writes:

Bob  Parlocha's syndicated service will replace my  
shift beginning on  Monday.  I will remain active on the list and hope  
that each  one of you will not have to go through what I've endured at   
WCPN.  Just keep swimming and  swinging!!



**************An Excellent Credit Score is 750. See Yours in Just 2 Easy 
Steps! 
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Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release  

Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax

"Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best newer
voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole disc has an
ambience that draws you in while swinging with emotion....The band shows its
chops....Thoughtful and well crafted from start to finish, this is a must
have for jazz fans".  George Harris/All About Jazz

"A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a pianist enough
that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric Cohen/WAER Radio, NY

"Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that is true
to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her strength, and her
light touch is as lovely as she is and as addictive as the waves breaking
near her Malibu home."  Brad Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net

"Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest Record

Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by JazzzDog

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Message: 7
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 18:54:06 +0200
From: "Joost van Steen" <joost at jazzbluestour.nl>
Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST for tuesday july 28 with ASFM105.4 in The
	Netherlands
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <2AD2A6D537A84D529253313EE216E901 at PCJVSNLD>
Content-Type: text/plain;	charset="us-ascii"

Hai all

Not much to tell, easy period because lots of people on summervacation

Enjoy the playlist

Joost

+

Jazz & Blues Tour

C/O  Joost van Steen

PO  BOX  471

2400  AL  Alphen aan den Rijn

The Netherlands

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 <http://www.jazzbluestour.nl/> www.jazzbluestour.nl

 <http://www.myspace.com/jazzzbluestour> www.myspace.com/jazzzbluestour

www.alphenstadfm.nl/jazzenbluestour

www.radio.nl/jazzbluestour

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      July 28 # 258         

 1st Hour  21:00-22:00 hrs         
  Nr.   Artist   ---   Title   ====    From The Album; 
    1 Gerry Gibbs and the Thrasher Big Band    ---    Some Skunk Funk
====    Live at Luna
    
    2 Kim Hoorweg    ---   My Recipe For A Happy Life    ====   My Recipe
For A Happy Life ( NSJ) 
    3  Travis "Moonchild" Haddix     ---    You Kind of Fool   ====
Daylight at Midnight
    
    4 Saskia Laroo    ---   Big Blues     ====     Really Jazzy
    5   Motor City Women and Detroit Express     ---     On The Road
====    Ready
    
 DO YOU REMEMBER..    
    6  Luis Russell     ---   Call Of The Freaks    ====    Luis Russel -
The Columbia Compilation
    7  Blind Willie McTell     ---    I Got To Cross The River Jordan
====     1940
    
    8  Eldee Young & Marshall Vente     ---     C.C. Rider     ====    Step
Up To The Mic
    9 Ana Popovic     ---     Blues For M      ====      Blind For Love 
    
  10 Richard Whiteman Trio     ---    Too Close For Comfort     ====     All
Or Nothing At All
     
  July 28 # 258   Lean Back and Enjoy The 2nd Hour... 
 2nd hour 22:00 - 23:00 hrs           
  Nr.    Artist    ---     Title    ====     From The Album; 
   1 Mitch Kashmar     ---     Castle Rock    ====     Live At Labatt
    
   2 Larry Vuckovich Trio     ---    What's This?     ====      High Wall
   3 Dave Gross     ---    Movin'  On Down The Line     ====     Take The
Gamble 
    
   4 Tineke Postma     ---    Comprendo      ====     A Journey That Matters
   5 Al "Coffee" McDaniel     ---    Don't Mess With My Dog     ====
Blues In My Shoes
    
                                  The "CHET"  - Session
   6 Chet Baker      ---   Afternoon At Home     ====    Live At the Subway
Club - vol. 1 
   7  Elli Fordyce     ---     Everything Happens To Me     ====      Elli
Fordyce... Sings Songs Spun Of Gold 
    
END Jean Toots Thielemans     ---    Hard To Say Goodbye     ====     Hard
To Say Goodbye
  C JvS, July - 2009, Jazz & Blues Tour R NL, All Rights Reserved.     

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Well, that's it for this show. Ofcourse all your comments, tips, tricks
always highly appreciated!

Have yourself a great week, take care of each other and yourself and do be
careful!

Kind regards

Joost van Steen, Host / producer Jazz & Blues Tour with ASFM105.4 in Alphen
aan den Rijn, The Netherlands

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Message: 8
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 14:50:49 -0400
From: Desert Island Jazz <desert.island.jazz at verizon.net>
Subject: [JPL] Playlist, Saturday 7-25-09, WHFC-FM 91.1
To: jazzproglist <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <4A6B5409.4040606 at verizon.net>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed

Playlist for Desert Island Jazz with Dave May, Saturday 7-25-09, 5 - 7 
PM Eastern, WHFC-FM 91.1, Bel Air, MD.

Audio stream link is on the program website www.desertislandjazz.net.

TITLE    ALBUM    LABEL    ARTIST    TIME

TAKE TEN (intro)    COMPLETE DESMOND/HALL QUARTET    MOSAIC    PAUL 
DESMOND/JIM HALL    3:10
UP A STEP    NO ROOM FOR SQUARES    BLUE NOTE    HANK MOBLEY    8:24
BILLIE'S BLUES    LIVE AT ANNA'S JAZZ ISLAND    SELF-PRODUCED    VICKI 
BURNS    3:23
JAZZ MOMENTS    SYNDICATED FEATURE    NEA        1:30

A BILL EVANS TUNE FOR RA    MARSHALL ARTS    CHICAGO SESSIONS    
MARSHALL VENTE TRIO    7:43
A LAZY AFTERNOON    ALL THE WAY    STEEPLECHASE    DAVE STRYKER    5:49
BOHEMIA AFTER DARK    BEYOND BROOKLYN    MCG RECORDS    PHIL WOODS    4:14

WAHOO    WAHOO    BLUE NOTE    DUKE PEARSON    7:00
QUE QUE HA?    BEST OF JOE PASS    PABLO    JOE PASS    6:56
CONFIRMATION    CHARLIE PARKER    VERVE    CHARLIE PARKER QUARTET    2:59

SEA JOURNEY    QUARTET LIVE!    CONCORD    GARY BURTON QUARTET    8:59
SPRING CAN REALLY HANG YOU UP THE MOST    DOOZY    OPEN ART    JACKIE 
RYAN    7:50

I SEE    PARIS TO CUBA    WARM & GENUINE    MARIO GRIGOROV    5:17
NIGHT OF THE FOUR SONGS    ACROSS THE DIVIDE    HALFNOTE    OMAR SOSA 
SEXTET    5:12
THE SHADE OF THE CEDAR TREE    KIND OF BROWN    MACK AVENUE    CHRISTIAN 
McBRIDE    7:50

CONQUISTADORES    EL CHICO    IMPULSE!    CHICO HAMILTON QUINTET    6:40
EAST OF THE VILLAGE    THE TURNAROUND    BLUE NOTE    HANK MOBLEY   6:40
YOU LOOK GOOD TO ME    WE GET REQUESTS    VERVE    OSCAR PETERSON 
TRIO    4:54




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Message: 9
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 12:19:44 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
Subject: [JPL] Video Clip Share
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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Permit me to share this clip...Many of you played my "Sinnett Hearings" CD a
few years back. On one track a young pianist (keyboard in the clip) named
Justin Kauflin was featured. I was teaching him at the time at the
Governor's High School Gifted program and he had just turned 18 when he
recorded that session with me. He just graduated from William Patterson in
NJ. Below is a recent clip of him now at 22. It was from a recent concert we
gave in our public television studios. He's an extraordinary young man and
pianist and I'm extremely proud of him. He now lives in NYC so if anyone is
looking for a pianist up that way he's certainly worth checking out. He's
also blind. The clip also contains a brief interview.  
 
Jae Sinnett
 
http://www.whro.org/home/videoplayer/?file=whro/jaesinnetttrio/2&autostart=t
rue&width=640&height=360





      


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Message: 10
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 15:27:00 -0400
From: "ron-gill at att.net" <ron-gill at att.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] A Strange question about Sun Ra
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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On Jul 24, 2009, at 11:26 PM, Bobby Jackson wrote:

> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>
> *******************************************************

    Bobby, like the rest on JPL, I am sorry to hear this news. Not  
only because of you personally, because this must
    make things difficult for you, but for this music we love so  
much. As Schwartz mentioned, WGBH is still bleeding.
    When will it end is the question, and how many more will fall  
before it's over? And, what then when the list has grown
    short of programmers? No more jazz week? No more voices that keep  
the music alive and thriving? We don't want to
    say is jazz still alive. Well, if not now, when?
    Maybe the panel discussions should address this next year. Isn't  
it a reality? Do all the radio guys put there head in the
    sand and pretend it isn't happening, or it won't happen?
    Since leaving radio, I have taken another look at what is  
happening with a different perspective. Staying positive
    is important of course, but looking for new ways to improve the  
situation is now a step I am looking forward to making.
    I have to agree with Bride's perspective about how important  
local programming is with radio. Nothing against what
    Parlocha is doing. He at least is presenting the music  
professionally and current, but what has to be done to make
    sure it does not go away in cities like Cleveland, Boston, etc.  
Something to ponder?
    Comments? Please.
    Ron Gill

>
> As of October 2nd I will no longer work at WCPN.  There have been  
> funding cutbacks at the station.  Nine full time employees were let  
> go including yours truly.  Of course if there are any opportunities  
> out there I'm all ears.  Bob Parlocha's syndicated service will  
> replace my shift beginning on Monday.  I will remain active on the  
> list and hope that each one of you will not have to go through what  
> I've endured at WCPN.  Just keep swimming and swinging!!
>
> Aloha,
>
> Bobby Jackson
>
>
>
> On Jul 24, 2009, at 11:03 PM, Tom Reney wrote:
>
>> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>>
>> *******************************************************
>>
>> I am not a Sun Ra expert at all, but I heard the Arkestra playing  
>> Yeah Man! and other Henderson charts virtually every time I saw  
>> them.  I don't know of anything he made when he played with  
>> Henderson at the DeLisa, but he appeared under his original  
>> moniker Sonny Blount on a number of dates in the 40's and 50's,  
>> including Wynonie Harris, Red Saunders, and Joe Williams
>>
>> Tom Reney
>>
>>
>>
>> Peter Solomon wrote:
>>> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>>>
>>> *******************************************************
>>>
>>> Just had a strange call from a listener that said thirty years  
>>> ago in
>>> Philadelphia he heard a cut on the radio that featured Sun Ra  
>>> playing with
>>> Fletcher Henderson. I read that Sun Ra played piano in  
>>> Henderson's Chicago
>>> Club De Lisa in the late forties but I told him that a Fletcher  
>>> Henderson
>>> recording with Sun Ra sounded unlikely.I think maybe the listener  
>>> heard a
>>> recording by Sun Ra of Henderson tunes, which would sound  
>>> plausible. Any
>>> thoughts?
>>> *************************************************
>>>
>>> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>>> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy  
>>> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>>>
>>> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best  
>>> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole  
>>> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with  
>>> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well  
>>> crafted from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz  
>>> fans".  George Harris/All About Jazz
>>>
>>> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a  
>>> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric  
>>> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>>>
>>> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty  
>>> that is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision  
>>> is her strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and  
>>> as addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad  
>>> Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net
>>>
>>> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest  
>>> Record
>>>
>>> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by  
>>> JazzzDog
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> Jazz Programmers' Mailing List: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>>> List information: http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/ 
>>> jazzproglist
>>> List archive: http://lists.jazzweek.com/pipermail/jazzproglist/
>>> Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com
>>>
>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Tom Reney
>> "Jazz ` la Mode"
>> Monday-Friday, 8 - 11 p.m.
>> WFCR
>> NPR News and Music for Western New England
>> Hampshire House
>> 131 County Circle
>> Amherst, MA 01003-9257
>> tr at wfcr.org
>> www.wfcr.org
>> 413-545-3220 office
>> 413-545-2546 fax
>> *************************************************
>>
>> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy  
>> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>>
>> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best  
>> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole  
>> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with  
>> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted  
>> from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George  
>> Harris/All About Jazz
>>
>> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a  
>> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric  
>> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>>
>> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that  
>> is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her  
>> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as  
>> addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad  
>> Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net
>>
>> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest  
>> Record
>>
>> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by  
>> JazzzDog
>>
>> --
>>
>> Jazz Programmers' Mailing List: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>> List information: http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/ 
>> jazzproglist
>> List archive: http://lists.jazzweek.com/pipermail/jazzproglist/
>> Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com
>
> *************************************************
>
> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>
> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy  
> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>
> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best  
> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole  
> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with  
> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted  
> from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George  
> Harris/All About Jazz
>
> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a  
> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric  
> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>
> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that  
> is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her  
> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as  
> addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad  
> Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net
>
> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest  
> Record
>
> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by  
> JazzzDog
>
> --
>
> Jazz Programmers' Mailing List: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> List information: http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/ 
> jazzproglist
> List archive: http://lists.jazzweek.com/pipermail/jazzproglist/
> Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com



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Message: 11
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 15:42:04 -0400
From: "ron-gill at att.net" <ron-gill at att.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] Video Clip Share
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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On Jul 25, 2009, at 3:19 PM, Jae Sinnett wrote:

> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>
> *******************************************************

    Thanks for sharing that clip Jae. As you may remember I mentioned  
Justin in my post recently, and
    was happy to get an update on him.
    I have no doubt he will thrive and grow and we'll be hearing good  
things about him.
    As we wonder where the music is going, he is an example of why we  
have to keep things moving
    forward and not stopping where jazz is concerned.
    Ron Gill
>
>
> Permit me to share this clip...Many of you played my "Sinnett  
> Hearings" CD a few years back. On one track a young pianist  
> (keyboard in the clip) named Justin Kauflin was featured. I was  
> teaching him at the time at the Governor's High School Gifted  
> program and he had just turned 18 when he recorded that session  
> with me. He just graduated from William Patterson in NJ. Below is a  
> recent clip of him now at 22. It was from a recent concert we gave  
> in our public television studios. He's an extraordinary young man  
> and pianist and I'm extremely proud of him. He now lives in NYC so  
> if anyone is looking for a pianist up that way he's certainly worth  
> checking out. He's also blind. The clip also contains a brief  
> interview.
>
> Jae Sinnett
>
> http://www.whro.org/home/videoplayer/?file=whro/jaesinnetttrio/ 
> 2&autostart=true&width=640&height=360
>
>
>
>
>
>
> *************************************************
>
> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>
> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy  
> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>
> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best  
> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole  
> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with  
> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted  
> from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George  
> Harris/All About Jazz
>
> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a  
> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric  
> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>
> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that  
> is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her  
> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as  
> addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad  
> Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net
>
> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest  
> Record
>
> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by  
> JazzzDog
>
> --
>
> Jazz Programmers' Mailing List: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> List information: http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/ 
> jazzproglist
> List archive: http://lists.jazzweek.com/pipermail/jazzproglist/
> Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com



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Message: 12
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 20:15:23 +0000 (UTC)
From: "Ken Irwin - WMUA Jazz Music Dir." <ken-irwin at comcast.net>
Subject: [JPL] Bobby Jackson
To: Jazzweek Programmers List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>, 	Bobby
	Jackson <Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org>
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ast.net>
	
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Bobby, 
I am saddened by the news that you have been let go at WCPN. Sadly this
trend of cutting back on local personalities involved in jazz programming
seems to be an epidemic lately. When confronted by a difficult economic
outlook, the bean-counters invariably use little imagination in their
response. The easiest way to cut cost is to cut jobs. No people is cheaper
than people. Syndication is cheaper than original programming. We all get
it! What we need are more courageous and creative bean counters. Good luck
with that. I consider myself very fortunate to know you Bobby. Yours is an
original and important voice in the music world. Your enthusisasm is
contagious, and your participation is needed. My thoughts are with you as
you look forward to your next enterprise, whatever it might be. You belong
on the radio sharing all you are. I am hopeful that your return will be
soon. 
Ken 

Ken Irwin 
Jazz Music Director and Host of "Java Jazz" 
WMUA - FM 
University of Massachusetts at Amherst 
105 Lincoln Campus Center 
Amherst, MA 01003 

Web: www.wmua.org 
E-mail: jazz at wmua.org, ken-irwin at comcast.net 
Phone: (413) 545-2876 


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Message: 13
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 15:19:04 -0500
From: Lawrence Lebo <lawrencelebo at lawrencelebo.com>
Subject: [JPL] Bobby Jackson's sad news
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID: <2286.1248553144 at lawrencelebo.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"

  BODY { font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12px;
}Bobby,
 I am just devastated by this news. 
 Please do not loose heart. You have many dedicated fans - I am one
of them. 
 Press Onward,
 Lawrence Lebo
 www.lawrencelebo.com
 www.facebook.com/lawrencelebo
 www.myspace.com/lawrencelebo
 As of October 2nd I will no longer work at WCPN.  There have been  
 funding cutbacks at the station.  Nine full time employees were let
go  
 including yours truly.  Of course if there are any opportunities out
 
 there I'm all ears.  Bob Parlocha's syndicated service will replace
my  
 shift beginning on Monday.  I will remain active on the list and
hope  
 that each one of you will not have to go through what I've endured
at  
 WCPN.  Just keep swimming and swinging!!
 Aloha,
 Bobby Jackson
  

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Message: 14
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 16:14:53 -0500
From: Bob Stewart <bstewar at kirkwood.edu>
Subject: RE: [JPL] A Strange question about Sun Ra
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Message-ID:
	<67A3ADFF6768344B926DA63F6C74ED32012DBFC83AE8 at z0crex15.kirkwood.edu>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"

Sorry to hear that news, Bobby. Another unfortunate example of the
precarious nature of this business. Keep on swingin', another door will open
soon....you're too good to sit on the sidelines!

Bob Stewart, KCCK

________________________________________
From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com [jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com]
On Behalf Of Bobby Jackson [ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Friday, July 24, 2009 10:26 PM
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] A Strange question about Sun Ra

This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"

*******************************************************

As of October 2nd I will no longer work at WCPN.  There have been
funding cutbacks at the station.  Nine full time employees were let go
including yours truly.  Of course if there are any opportunities out
there I'm all ears.  Bob Parlocha's syndicated service will replace my
shift beginning on Monday.  I will remain active on the list and hope
that each one of you will not have to go through what I've endured at
WCPN.  Just keep swimming and swinging!!

Aloha,

Bobby Jackson



On Jul 24, 2009, at 11:03 PM, Tom Reney wrote:

> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>
> *******************************************************
>
> I am not a Sun Ra expert at all, but I heard the Arkestra playing
> Yeah Man! and other Henderson charts virtually every time I saw
> them.  I don't know of anything he made when he played with
> Henderson at the DeLisa, but he appeared under his original moniker
> Sonny Blount on a number of dates in the 40's and 50's, including
> Wynonie Harris, Red Saunders, and Joe Williams
>
> Tom Reney
>
>
>
> Peter Solomon wrote:
>> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>>
>> *******************************************************
>>
>> Just had a strange call from a listener that said thirty years ago in
>> Philadelphia he heard a cut on the radio that featured Sun Ra
>> playing with
>> Fletcher Henderson. I read that Sun Ra played piano in Henderson's
>> Chicago
>> Club De Lisa in the late forties but I told him that a Fletcher
>> Henderson
>> recording with Sun Ra sounded unlikely.I think maybe the listener
>> heard a
>> recording by Sun Ra of Henderson tunes, which would sound
>> plausible. Any
>> thoughts?
>> *************************************************
>>
>> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
>> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>>
>> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best
>> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole
>> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with
>> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted
>> from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George
>> Harris/All About Jazz
>>
>> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a
>> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric
>> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>>
>> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that
>> is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her
>> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as
>> addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad
>> Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net
>>
>> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest
>> Record
>>
>> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by
>> JazzzDog
>>
>> --
>>
>> Jazz Programmers' Mailing List: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>> List information: http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/jazzproglist
>> List archive: http://lists.jazzweek.com/pipermail/jazzproglist/
>> Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com
>>
>
>
> --
> Tom Reney
> "Jazz ` la Mode"
> Monday-Friday, 8 - 11 p.m.
> WFCR
> NPR News and Music for Western New England
> Hampshire House
> 131 County Circle
> Amherst, MA 01003-9257
> tr at wfcr.org
> www.wfcr.org
> 413-545-3220 office
> 413-545-2546 fax
> *************************************************
>
> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>
> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best
> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole
> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with
> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted
> from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George
> Harris/All About Jazz
>
> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a
> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric
> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>
> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that
> is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her
> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as
> addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad Walseth/
> Jazz Chicago.net
>
> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest
> Record
>
> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by
> JazzzDog
>
> --
>
> Jazz Programmers' Mailing List: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> List information: http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/jazzproglist
> List archive: http://lists.jazzweek.com/pipermail/jazzproglist/
> Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com

*************************************************

Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release

Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax

"Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best newer
voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole disc has an
ambience that draws you in while swinging with emotion....The band shows its
chops....Thoughtful and well crafted from start to finish, this is a must
have for jazz fans".  George Harris/All About Jazz

"A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a pianist enough
that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric Cohen/WAER Radio, NY

"Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that is true
to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her strength, and her
light touch is as lovely as she is and as addictive as the waves breaking
near her Malibu home."  Brad Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net

"Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest Record

Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by JazzzDog

--

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Message: 15
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 18:00:17 -0500
From: Maurice Hogue <onemansjazz at shaw.ca>
Subject: [JPL] Playlist:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg July 25-09
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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Playlist:  One Man's Jazz CKUW Winnipeg July 25-09

Etienne Charles ** Folklore - ind. ** Soucouyant
Tony Malaby ** Paloma Recio - New World ** Obambo
Rubim de Toledo ** The River - ind. ** Un Son Para Sara (Canada)
Tessa Souter ** Obsession - Motema ** Afro Blue/Footprints
Sean Nowell ** The Seeker - Posi-Tone ** Oy Matze Matze
Glen Hall & Glen Charles Halls ** unreleased - ind ** All The Things We 
Might Have Been(Canada)
Bill Frisell ** History Mystery - Nonesuch ** Waltz For Baltimore
John Roney ** Silverbirch - Effendi ** Giant Steps(Canada)
Tony Malaby ** Paloma Recio - New World ** Alechinsky
Interview with The Bad Plus rec. @ Winnipeg Jazz Festival July 3, 2009
The Bad Plus ** For All I Care - Do The Math ** Barracuda
Glen Hall & Glen Charles Halls ** unreleased - ind ** Tabriz(Canada)
Jacam Manricks ** Labyrinth - Manricks Music ** Labyrinth
Michael Bates ** Live In New York - Greenleaf ** Russian School(Canada)
Nicole Mitchell's  Black Earth Strings ** Renegades - Delmark ** Windance
Nicole Mitchell's Black Earth Strings ** Renegades - Delmark ** Wade
Gilfema ** Gilfema + 2 - ObliqSound ** Cove
Neil Davis ** Urs Blochlinger Tribute - Pet Mantis ** Rossli Hu(Canada)
Joe Morris ** Wildlife - AUM Fidelity ** Nettle
Josh Berman ** Old Idea - Delmark ** Db
Joel Harrison ** Urban Myths - HalfNote ** Mood Rodeo
Tony Malaby ** Paloma Recio - New World ** Sonoita

Maurice Hogue 



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Message: 16
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 17:53:30 -0700
From: "Bradley M. Stone" <bstone at science.sjsu.edu>
Subject: RE: [JPL] Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN  News
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"

 
Brother Bob,
 
So sorry to hear this news, and to respond so late. Just read it this
weekend.  I will call you upon returning from London. In the meantime, my
thoughts and best wishes are with you -  like so many other of your friends
have expressed here on the JPL, this will be the door that opens to
something better for you.
 
Aloha, and I'll keep a light on for you.
 
Brother Brad

________________________________

From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com on behalf of TomtheJazzman
Sent: Fri 24/07/2009 20:37
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Subject: [JPL] Bobby Jackson's latest WCPN News



This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"

*******************************************************

I changed the header so that more people might read the note from Bobby
versus deleting it because they thought it was about Sun Ra.  ALOHA  Tom

TomtheJazzman wrote:
> Bobby, this comes as a real blow to me.  After all they have USED you
> for and had you jumping through the hoops it really saddens me to hear
> this news.  Stay and touch and let us know the best email to use in
> the future to correspond with you.  Love ya man.  Your friend.  ALOHA  Tom
>
> Bobby Jackson wrote:
>> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>>
>> *******************************************************
>>
>> As of October 2nd I will no longer work at WCPN.  There have been
>> funding cutbacks at the station.  Nine full time employees were let
>> go including yours truly.  Of course if there are any opportunities
>> out there I'm all ears.  Bob Parlocha's syndicated service will
>> replace my shift beginning on Monday.  I will remain active on the
>> list and hope that each one of you will not have to go through what
>> I've endured at WCPN.  Just keep swimming and swinging!!
>>
>> Aloha,
>>
>> Bobby Jackson
>>
>>
>>
>> On Jul 24, 2009, at 11:03 PM, Tom Reney wrote:
>>
>>> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>>>
>>> *******************************************************
>>>
>>> I am not a Sun Ra expert at all, but I heard the Arkestra playing
>>> Yeah Man! and other Henderson charts virtually every time I saw
>>> them.  I don't know of anything he made when he played with
>>> Henderson at the DeLisa, but he appeared under his original moniker
>>> Sonny Blount on a number of dates in the 40's and 50's, including
>>> Wynonie Harris, Red Saunders, and Joe Williams
>>>
>>> Tom Reney
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Peter Solomon wrote:
>>>> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>>>>
>>>> *******************************************************
>>>>
>>>> Just had a strange call from a listener that said thirty years ago in
>>>> Philadelphia he heard a cut on the radio that featured Sun Ra
>>>> playing with
>>>> Fletcher Henderson. I read that Sun Ra played piano in Henderson's
>>>> Chicago
>>>> Club De Lisa in the late forties but I told him that a Fletcher
>>>> Henderson
>>>> recording with Sun Ra sounded unlikely.I think maybe the listener
>>>> heard a
>>>> recording by Sun Ra of Henderson tunes, which would sound
>>>> plausible. Any
>>>> thoughts?
>>>> *************************************************
>>>>
>>>> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>>>> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
>>>> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>>>>
>>>> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best
>>>> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole
>>>> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with
>>>> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted
>>>> from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George
>>>> Harris/All About Jazz
>>>>
>>>> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a
>>>> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric
>>>> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>>>>
>>>> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that
>>>> is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her
>>>> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as
>>>> addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad
>>>> Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net
>>>>
>>>> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest
>>>> Record
>>>>
>>>> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by
>>>> JazzzDog
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>>
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>>>> List information:
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>>>> Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Tom Reney
>>> "Jazz ` la Mode"
>>> Monday-Friday, 8 - 11 p.m.
>>> WFCR
>>> NPR News and Music for Western New England
>>> Hampshire House
>>> 131 County Circle
>>> Amherst, MA 01003-9257
>>> tr at wfcr.org
>>> www.wfcr.org
>>> 413-545-3220 office
>>> 413-545-2546 fax
>>> *************************************************
>>>
>>> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>>> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
>>> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>>>
>>> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best
>>> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole
>>> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with
>>> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted
>>> from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George
>>> Harris/All About Jazz
>>>
>>> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a
>>> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric
>>> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>>>
>>> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that
>>> is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her
>>> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as
>>> addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad
>>> Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net
>>>
>>> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest Record
>>>
>>> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by JazzzDog
>>>
>>> --
>>>
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>>> Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com
>>
>> *************************************************
>>
>> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
>> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>>
>> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best
>> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole disc
>> has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with emotion....The
>> band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted from start to
>> finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George Harris/All About
>> Jazz
>>
>> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a pianist
>> enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric Cohen/WAER
>> Radio, NY
>>
>> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that is
>> true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her
>> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as addictive
>> as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad Walseth/Jazz
>> Chicago.net
>>
>> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest Record
>>
>> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by JazzzDog
>>
>> --
>>
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Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release 

Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax

"Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best newer
voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole disc has an
ambience that draws you in while swinging with emotion....The band shows its
chops....Thoughtful and well crafted from start to finish, this is a must
have for jazz fans".  George Harris/All About Jazz

"A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a pianist enough
that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric Cohen/WAER Radio, NY

"Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that is true
to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her strength, and her
light touch is as lovely as she is and as addictive as the waves breaking
near her Malibu home."  Brad Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net

"Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest Record

Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by JazzzDog

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Message: 17
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 19:42:29 -0700
From: TradeSecrets/Mancuso's <TradeSecrets at comcast.net>
Subject: [JPL] KMHD Portland's new contact info
To: JPL List <  jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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Here9s our go to person for music service & all things KMHD 89.1
Gresham/Portland.  Matt comes from KRTU in San Antonio.

Matt Fleeger ~ KMHD
Oregon Public Broadcasting
7140 SW Macadam Ave.
Portland, Or 97219

MFleeger at opb.org  - I assume this is his email.   It9s how all others are
configured.

He9s said that service to others on-airs can continue, just be sure the
station - Matt - is on there.

Please be sure to REMOVE

Greg Gomez
KMHD
26000 SE Stark St.
Gresham, OR 97030

The new studios at OPB (I9m calling it Starship KMHD) are almost finished &
eta for broadcast launch from there is August 10th.  Press conference &
ceremony included!  Boy, what a difference!!

Ciao,

Jan Mancuso





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Message: 18
Date: Sun, 26 Jul 2009 01:24:03 -0400
From: Bobby Jackson <ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Re: [JPL] KMHD Portland's new contact info
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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	delsp=yes

I sent out an earlier e-mail that I don't think made it out there so  
here goes round two.

First to the JPL family....Heart felt thanks to all the voices who  
have expressed concern and regrets of the demise of local jazz at  
WCPN.  A greater family than our jazz family does not exist.  I'm  
grateful to be counted in your ranks.  The task in Cleveland was  
difficult to begin with and not altogether unexpected in terms of its  
outcome.  I gave it my best, learned a lot along the way and don't  
know what I would have done here differently working with the tool box  
I was given.  For my own effort, I have no regrets.  I've been a true  
warrior.

As for Bob Parlocha and Dinner Jazz, I respect Bob for his acumen as a  
jazz broadcaster.  However, I just don't think syndication works as  
well as local jazz presenters any more than NPR news works in lieu of  
locally based newscasts and reporters.  Cheaper out of necessity I  
guess, but certainly less than....

This evening, my wife was entertaining some girl friends who paid us a  
visit tonight and I put on some music for them.  It hit me then that  
Cleveland would not have any local flavor in terms of music and that  
was depressing.  I have no desire to work, teach or live in a city  
that doesn't have a radio station committed to jazz.  I've never had  
to do that before and I don't want to do it now or in the future.  I'm  
actually looking to head home (NYC) or to wind up in New England if I  
can swing that.  You never know what life will bring so I choose to  
remain optimistic.

I've always maintained we jazz stations are like fish swimming in a  
barrel.  This time I got shot.  I hope none of you have to endure this  
kind of hardship but we all know this isn't over just yet.  I'm just  
beginning this journey to the next phase of my life and work so  
everything is all very hazy for me right now.  I remember many going  
through this including my brother from another mother Arturo Gomez.  I  
have major concerns about my family and health insurance costs.  That  
is scary considering the times we live in.  I'll be glad when I find  
something and can settle into new routines.  There may be a  
possibility of me doing work on the internet and I'm having  
discussions about that right now, including lending some positive  
energy to it.  It's not a situation that will allow me to pay my bills  
right away or afford me health care but it is something to look  
forward to.  I'm not ready to be put out to pasture just yet.  Please  
keep me in your thoughts to possibilities that may open up out here.

I applied for the job in Portland.  The search committee was very kind  
and very committed to finding the right person to fit in their  
community.  I was impressed by their commitment to jazz and wish them  
well.  I heard there were over 80 applicants for the job.   I am  
grateful for the opportunity to speak with them as I'm sure they  
didn't interview everyone who applied.  Of course, I was disappointed  
that they didn't call my name but  I want to extend my best wishes    
to KMHD and Matt Fleeger as he begins his journey of shepherding jazz  
for OPB/KMHD.  There are some great people who work at that shop such  
as my dear friends Jan and Rick Mancuso.  Considering musicians like  
bassists Ben Wolfe and Esperanza Spaulding who cut their eyeteeth in  
that community learning jazz it seems like a great situation to be in,  
not to mention the progressiveness of the city.  It's encouraging to  
see a community that actually GETS it and is committed to making local  
jazz their programming flagship and to fight to make jazz work in  
their community.  Who knew that local jazz would be more important to  
communities like Portland over places like Chicago and Cleveland??   
Who knew???  Keep swingin' and fighting for this music!!!  Trust that  
I will too.....

Aloha,

Bobby Jackson



On Jul 25, 2009, at 10:42 PM, TradeSecrets/Mancuso's wrote:

> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton, "Twilight & Blues"
>
> *******************************************************
>
> Heres our go to person for music service & all things KMHD 89.1
> Gresham/Portland.  Matt comes from KRTU in San Antonio.
>
> Matt Fleeger ~ KMHD
> Oregon Public Broadcasting
> 7140 SW Macadam Ave.
> Portland, Or 97219
>
> MFleeger at opb.org  - I assume this is his email.   Its how all  
> others are
> configured.
>
> Hes said that service to others on-airs can continue, just be sure  
> the
> station  Matt  is on there.
>
> Please be sure to REMOVE
>
> Greg Gomez
> KMHD
> 26000 SE Stark St.
> Gresham, OR 97030
>
> The new studios at OPB (Im calling it Starship KMHD) are almost  
> finished &
> eta for broadcast launch from there is August 10th.  Press  
> conference &
> ceremony included!  Boy, what a difference!!
>
> Ciao,
>
> Jan Mancuso
>
>
>
> *************************************************
>
> Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release
>
> Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy  
> Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax
>
> "Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best  
> newer voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole  
> disc has an  ambience that draws you in while swinging with  
> emotion....The band shows its chops....Thoughtful and well crafted  
> from start to finish, this is a must have for jazz fans".  George  
> Harris/All About Jazz
>
> "A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a  
> pianist enough that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric  
> Cohen/WAER Radio, NY
>
> "Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that  
> is true to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her  
> strength, and her light touch is as lovely as she is and as  
> addictive as the waves breaking near her Malibu home."  Brad Walseth/ 
> Jazz Chicago.net
>
> "Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest  
> Record
>
> Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by  
> JazzzDog
>
> --
>
> Jazz Programmers' Mailing List: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> List information: http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/jazzproglist
> List archive: http://lists.jazzweek.com/pipermail/jazzproglist/
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Message: 19
Date: Sun, 26 Jul 2009 02:39:30 -0400
From: Bob Rogers <taintradio at gmail.com>
Subject: [JPL] playlist: taintradio.org - taint town live 07-26-09
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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taint town live 07-26-09
monday & wednesday 9pm-midnight (eastern)
thursday, friday, saturday midnight-3am

midnight*
Kip Hanrahan, Geography/Shadow Song [Mario's In] (American Clave) 1993
Jimi Hendrix, All Along The Watchtower (South Saturn Delta) 1968
Anni Rossi, Living In Danger (Rockwell) 2009
Conjure, 'Sputin (American Clave) 1993
World Saxophone Quartet, Hear My Train A Comin' (Experience)
Nguyjn Lj, If 6 Was 9 (Purple: Celebrating Jimi Hendrix) 2002
Organissimo, Life Wish (Waiting for the Boogaloo Sisters) 2003
Tessa Souta, title (Obsession) 2009
David Gibson, Hot Sauce (A Little Something) 2009
Kyle Asche, Killer Ray feat. Melvin Rhyne, Killer Ray (Blues For Mel) 2009

1am
The James Harman Band, Is It Yes (Two Sides To Every Story)
Tom Waits, Big In Japan (Mule Variations) 1999
Lonnie Smith, Move Your Hand (Move Your Hand) 1996
Fay Victor, Last Night I Had A Dream (Lazy Old Sun) 2004
The Rosebuds, title (Life Like) 2008
Dave Van Ronk, Green, Green Rocky Road (...And The Tin Pan Bended, And The
Story Ended... [Live]) 2004
Omar Sosa, Sugar Baby Blues (Across the Divide) 2009
Hailey Niswanger, La Mesha (Confeddie) 2009
Lynne Arriale, La Noche (Nuance - The Bennett Studio Sessions) 2009
Oliver Lake Quintet, Miss Ann (Dedicated To Dolphy) 1996
Elio Villafranca Quartet, In The Dark (The Source In Between) 2008

2am
Kurt Elling, Say It Over Again (Dedicated To You) 2009
Marcio Faraco, Vida Ou Game (Ciranda) 2000
Art Pepper, Mambo Koyama (Art Pepper Today) 1978
William Parker Quartet, title (Sound Unity) 2005
Cecil Taylor, Charg'em Blues (Jazz Advance) 1956
Madeleine Peyroux, Reckless Blues (Dreamland) 1996
Big Joe Turner & Pete Johnson, Rocks in My Bed (Atomic Boogie: The National
Recordings 1945-1947)

*time is relative
-- 
Bob Rogers
taintradio.org, a venue for independent producers
700 billion listeners can't be wrong
PO Box 12376
Raleigh, NC 27605-2376
taintradio at gmail.com
919.413.4126


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*************************************************

Lisa Hilton: "Twilight & Blues"  August release  

Lisa Hilton/piano, Larry Grenadier/bass, Lewis Nash/drums/Jeremy
Pelt/trumpet, J. D. Allen/sax

"Forget all of the piano sensations that are out there - the best newer
voice out there lives in Malibu: Lisa Hilton.....The whole disc has an
ambience that draws you in while swinging with emotion....The band shows its
chops....Thoughtful and well crafted from start to finish, this is a must
have for jazz fans".  George Harris/All About Jazz

"A stellar lineup...Ms. Hilton demonstrates her maturity as a pianist enough
that any listener will appreciate her gift".  Eric Cohen/WAER Radio, NY

"Hilton uses blue notes to create an intimate world of beauty that is true
to the artist she is. Hilton's orignality of vision is her strength, and her
light touch is as lovely as she is and as addictive as the waves breaking
near her Malibu home."  Brad Walseth/Jazz Chicago.net

"Exciting for the listener... hot stuff".  Chris Spector/Midwest Record

Distributed by Super D.  www.LisaHiltonMusic.com  Promotion by JazzzDog

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