[JPL] Hadley Caliman 1932-2010

J. Sintetos jjsint at baymoon.com
Wed Sep 8 19:59:47 EDT 2010

Hi John,
That is sad news. I am sure it must be gratifying to you to have made his 
last few years happy ones with the recordings you produced.
Jim Sintetos

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Bishop" <johnbishop at originarts.com>
To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2010 4:35 PM
Subject: [JPL] Hadley Caliman 1932-2010

> Very sad to report that Hadley Caliman passed away this morning after a 
> long
> battle with liver cancer.
> Hadley remained active until the last few weeks, performing regularly 
> around
> the Northwest. He continued to practice daily until a week ago when he was
> too weak to continue. His last public performances were in Seattle in late
> August and the release performance for "Reunion" with Pete Christlieb was 
> at
> The New Orleans Cafe in Seattle on August 8.
> The last 3 years of Hadley's long career were a particular joy for him, 
> with
> the release of three albums, new performing opportunities, and new
> revelations he was discovering through his practice and focus on music. He
> continually expressed surprise and deep gratitude for the beautiful 
> response
> he was getting from people in radio and the media, and was particularly
> touched by the many musicians who gave of themselves to keep him active 
> and
> involved, including Joe Locke, Pete Christlieb, Matt Jorgensen, Phil 
> Sparks,
> and most significantly, Thomas Marriott.
> A memorial is being planned.
> -- 
> John Bishop
> Origin Records / OA2 Records
> Origin Classical / Ballard Jazz Festival
> www.origin-records.com
> 206-781-2589
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