[JPL] Is playing Route 66 insensitive?

Eric Gruner eric at jazz901.org
Wed May 25 15:07:01 EDT 2011

I don't think so, particularly if you tie it in with talking about the
fundraising efforts of the red cross (or the many other organizations) and
sent prayers to the people affected by the storms....  anything that can
help.  The pictures and stories coming out of there are incredible.

On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 12:56 PM, Arturo Gomez <arturo at kuvo.org> wrote:

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> Would airing  the legendary Bobby Troup standard, Route 66 be considered
> insensitive because of its mention of Joplin? Obviously there are more than
> one way to interpret the playing of the song at the moment.
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