[JPL] Too Much Product?/ Origin
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Sun May 15 07:25:14 EDT 2011
I agree with Nou. I personally wish the local artists in my scene would
record more: Derrick Gardner, Rodney Whitaker, Wess Anderson, Sunny
Wilkinson, Diego Rivera, organissimo, etc. Grossing about too much 'product'
is kind of like complaining about having too much money or sex or fun. These
are very high class problems.
On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 4:12 AM, Nou Dadoun <nou.dadoun at gmail.com> wrote:
> Interesting discussion, I have to admit my pulse always quickens when I get
> a little white box from Origin but I think of Origin as part of the
> regional scene that includes Vancouver and Seattle (our Vancouver signal
> carries to Bellingham and current plans are to double our signal strength
> later this year which I'm told should take it as far as Seattle), Matt &
> Thom are semi-regular visitors, Chad McCullough was here last week, and
> Weeds and friends go down the other way; I announce the Ballard Jazz Fest
> artists and play related tunes, and I've written John asking about
> visits from other Origin artists (like Jessica Williams who at one time
> played here quite often).
> These is much to be said for documenting the local scene - I know that
> are great dry periods in Vancouver's history where many now-legendary
> ensembles were simply never recorded (Al Neil comes to mind) and others
> anthologized by other chroniclers of the west coast in general, like Vinnie
> Golia and Nine Winds out of L.A. One need only look at the late career
> renaissance of the woefully under-recorded Hadley Caliman to appreciate the
> great work that Origin has done in getting behind its artists.
> I think that great music will always be welcome, I'm not complaining about
> glut of releases but just expressing the fear that there aren't enough
> in the day to do justice to them!
> On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 9:57 AM, Tom Marcello <tom at joelocke.com> wrote:
> > Hello All,
> > I'm glad that John Bishop told his point of view, and I want to add that
> > Origin is not the sole decision maker of when releases are made on
> > Origin is in some sense a "partner" in each release with the Artist, and
> > the Artist may have their own professional reasons ( touring dates
> > especially) that help determine when the release date is. I might add,
> > the Artist retains ownership of the product that is provided to Origin.
> > That said, I can only say that all programmers should focus on excellent
> > and moving music and let the chips fall where they may. Keep in mind what
> > drew you to the music, on a emotional level, in the first place and you
> > make that connection with your listeners.
> > I'm looking forward to see many of you next month at JazzWeek!
> > Best,
> > Tom
> > Tom Marcello
> > Manager / Joe Locke
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