February 2009 Blog Posts (82)

Now on Radio Positive Energie, Munich, Germany!

Recived another radio request, this time from Munich, Germany!



Radio-Positive-Energy DJ Feechen's Music Unites show, Tuesdays 8 - 10 PM Germany Time [UTC +0100]. That's 11 AM - 1 PM US Pacific Time [UTC -0800].

http://www.radio-positive-energie.de/Index-englisch.htm



Feechen debuted my tunes last Tuesday, 2/24, hear them in rotation now at http://92.51.138.248:6022/listen.pls



I feel very blessed! Hope you can tune in!! :)



Peace &… Continue

Added by TzeMan on February 28, 2009 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Thursday Nights in Atlanta

Family,

there seems to be emerging BUZZZ in Atlanta that Musicians and fans alike, might just enjoy.

Barley's Atlanta has a nice offering (Jazz & Jeans) Hosted by Morris Baxter (WCLK 91.9 The Jazz of the City) Thursday nights.



The music consist of Drummer "Teddy White and Friends", featuring William Green on Keyboards. These two make a great pair, also featuring other Artists which sit in to complete the package.

The first set begins at 7:00 PM with a variety of… Continue

Added by Darryl Hall on February 28, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

The Essence Radio Show - Playlist - March 1st, 2009 # 68

THE ESSENCE SHOW

HOST KARA JOHNSTAD

Playlist MARCH 1, 2009

show # 68

www.globalvortexradio.com

5 hours weekly - Sundays - worldwide





Kara Johnstad - Hurried Nights

Barbara Carroll - That Face

Mehmet Ergin - Rumeli Passing

Tina Malia - Sound Of The River

Sijano Vodjani - Geshela's Prayer

Cyril Morin - Five Elements

Kara Johnstad - Open up and Receive

Prem Joshua & Manish Vyas - Ferryman's Tale

Gilles Guerif -… Continue

Added by Kara Johnstad on February 28, 2009 at 12:54am — No Comments

How To Write A Good Masters Dissertation?

Writing a good dissertation requires certain dissertation writing help solutions which should always be used in order to write dissertations comprehensively. It is a critical requirement for every academic dissertation that the student should prove his research question in relation to the dissertation topic in the simplest manner. This can be done through the presentation of original thoughts or ideas or by analyzing what others have researched on the topic that the dissertation is… Continue

Added by suzzane donald on February 27, 2009 at 10:19pm — No Comments

IF YOUR TIME PERMITS...................

Greetings, and Much Love to All!



Ladies, and Gentlemen of "The Jazz Network" rather than explain all that I'm about, I would rather you (after you read this blog") go to my New York City based youth organizations website.......... for a read: www.networkcorps.org



Through ups , Downs and Sideways music has always centered me. I have choosen to take a most challenging road to champion and provide the arts to youth. I choose to do this in a unique way in regard to expression… Continue

Added by Herschel Vaughn on February 27, 2009 at 11:58am — No Comments

The Soul of John Black

The Soul of John Black

http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/whitman/2009/01/the-soul-of-john-black.html



Andy Whitman

January 30, 2009



Meet John "JB" Bigham, AKA The Soul of John Black. And hold the Marvin Gaye

and Otis Redding comparisons.



The latest crop of retro soul singers -- Anthony Hamilton, Amy Winehouse,

Ricky Fante, Adele, Raphael Saadiq, James Morrison, Jamie Lidell, Sharon

Jones -- invariably mine the sounds and mannerisms of… Continue

Added by The Soul of John Black on February 26, 2009 at 6:14pm — No Comments

Tom Grant and Life Is Good showcased on Ed#516

This Week at CafeJazz.ca ...

... it's Tom Grant in the spotlight with Life is Good; we've cued a terrific trio of tracks as part of that segment. Then when hour 2 rolls by it'll be time for Back Trax, as we take another trip down memory lane - highlights on this edition are from Steely Dan and Dan Siegel's Birds of a Feather - also appearing are Soft Sugar, Rachel Z, and the combination of Reggie Worthy & D-Phunk out of Germany. Then a bit later, we have Nate Harasim and BK Jackson, as… Continue

Added by Cafe Jazz - Ted Hasiuk on February 26, 2009 at 9:55am — No Comments

Blustery in Seattle

Howdy my friends, it's blustery and wild here in Seattle. Snow is falling and I'm thinking we may get to see that magnificent sight; crokus blossoms poking up through a light dusting of snow.



I'm not yet familiar with the Jazz Network, just getting started. My music comes from all kinds of places and though nothing I do could be considered actual jazz, I think you'll hear a lot of jazz attitude in what I sing.



I've just released The Way Out West, an album of original songs… Continue

Added by Michael Tomlinson on February 25, 2009 at 6:59pm — No Comments

Speech by His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I RASTAFAR I Emperor of Ethiopia Elect of God

Speech by His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I RASTAFAR I

Emperor of Ethiopia Elect of God



A qualified man, with vision unmoved by daily selfish interests, will lead to the right

decisions by his conscience. In general a man who knows from whence he comes,

and where he is going will cooperate with his fellow human beings, he will not be

satisfied with merely doing his ordinary duties, but will inspire others with his good

example. You are watched by… Continue

Added by Rajesh Semrete Selassie Aggarwal on February 25, 2009 at 6:30am — No Comments

National airplay

We are pleased to confirm the following airplay on "Feel Like Makin' Love" By Darron McKinney, new airplay this week listed : Monitored airplay:WEIB/Springfield, MA R&R Indicator: DMX Cable Radio/"Smooth Jazz" channel ("Still Waters")DMX Cable Radio/"Jazz Vocal Blend" channel ("Still Waters")KUAP/Little Rock, AR ("Feel Like Makin' Love")WVAS/Montgomery, AL ("Feel Like Makin' Love")KCOZ/Springfield, MO ("Feel Like Makin' Love") Smoothjazz.com: KRBB/Wichita, KS (Sunday jazz show on A/C… Continue

Added by Darron McKinney on February 25, 2009 at 2:51am — No Comments

Jazz

There's nothing wrong with solitude and if you have an instrument, you are never alone.

Added by Jack Pressly on February 25, 2009 at 1:18am — No Comments

Jazz

So much of music is about being alone with an instrument.

Added by Jack Pressly on February 25, 2009 at 12:32am — 1 Comment

Cafe Jazz coming to JS108 Atlanta!!

Our newest affiliate and 14th overall - JS108 Atlanta : Music In The Key of Jazz

Added by Cafe Jazz - Ted Hasiuk on February 24, 2009 at 3:25pm — No Comments

February 24th, 2009 – Carnival Day!

Everything is happening now.



Dear reader, as you no doubt know, this is a very special holiday for us. A magical time when the entire city participates in a bold experiment of collective ecstasy. A day when wild imagination is not only a given but, in many cases, a competition. In this Olympics of the Great Mystery, I uphold in this document, great revelations from the tongue of the Prophet Daniel. He apparently had to go to the blackboard for this one.…



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Added by Esquizito on February 24, 2009 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

Who doesn't love Louis Armstrong?

I've recently really gotten into Louis Armstrong. I just love his rhythm and his voice-- it's so unique, there's nothing like it. I don't know what took me so long to get into Satchmo... maybe its because I play the violin and I've been more into jazz violinists like Didier Lockwood. However, I recently read a great discussion about Louis Armstrong and now I'm hooked.



I just wanted to share my new passion with a community… Continue

Added by Christina on February 23, 2009 at 3:40am — 1 Comment

Radio LaCandela

For the best in latin jazz, Radio LaCandela At www.radiolacandela.com There are five stations they all belong to me. look for LaCandela jazz and click to listen. Thank You for your support....

Added by Bernardo Candelario Jr. on February 22, 2009 at 7:30pm — No Comments

PLAYLIST: WBCX 89.1 FM Sounds of Jazz Feb 21,2009

Playlist for Sounds of Jazz on WBCX 89.1 FM for Feb 21,2009

Broadcasting from Brenau University in Gainesville (NE Atlanta) Ga



Part of our “Straight Ahead Saturday Night” line-up…

Featuring “Sounds of Jazz" with Mark Dove from 6PM to 12PM



“Sounds of Jazz” features straight ahead jazz primarily from the 1950’s to the present. The shows mission is to spread the awareness of some of the country’s greatest music and to feature local area artists in the Atlanta and… Continue

Added by Mark Dove on February 22, 2009 at 6:06pm — No Comments

PLAYLIST: WBCX 89.1 FM Sounds of Jazz Feb 14,2009

Playlist for Sounds of Jazz on WBCX 89.1 FM for Feb 14,2009

Broadcasting from Brenau University in Gainesville (NE Atlanta) Ga



Part of our “Straight Ahead Saturday Night” line-up…

Featuring “Sounds of Jazz" with Mark Dove from 6PM to 12PM



“Sounds of Jazz” features straight ahead jazz primarily from the 1950’s to the present. The shows mission is to spread the awareness of some of the country’s greatest music and to feature local area artists in the Atlanta and… Continue

Added by Mark Dove on February 22, 2009 at 5:58pm — No Comments

THANK YOU EARL R. JOHNSON, JR.

My co-host Mike Reynolds and I would like to thank keyboardist Earl for a great interview today. Jazz Queen / Mike Reynolds

Added by Jazz_Queen on February 22, 2009 at 5:28pm — No Comments

The diminishing scene?

I am exploring the music scenes in many of our cities this spring and looking to settle into a new groove and life somewhere. In discussions with many of you about your experiences and perspectives on venues, support, art, and general vibe around your towns, I hear lots of concerns about a diminishing jazz scene and gig opportunities across the board. Some are looking for ways to revitalize, or otherwise promote, jazzy haps at every turn. Lots of the commentary is forelorn, pessimistic, and is… Continue

Added by Vid Weatherwax on February 22, 2009 at 4:00pm — 2 Comments

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