Hi Edson, thanks for inquiring about my music. I just sent you an electronic press kit to your email. I have several tracks from my CD. Please let me know which tracks you would like & I will send it to you. Thanks.
Hi Edson I invite you to view some of my music history with Soul Train Some of the music I wrote has been re-released by a few famous artist This is an interesting r&b jazz approach to my songs . I hope you enjoy
hi again and thanks for a very interesting comment! yes yes i live in bruxelas, before in holland and few more european countries :o) ok, i will check out the S.Getz community.. interesting information. of course it would an honour if you found a way to use some of my songs for your program, let me know what you're up to, keep in touch, take care, many regards from the ChocolateLand! ;o) pC
Jazz was very popular in the 1920's thru the mid 1940's. People would dance to it. Of course, rock and roll claimed that title later and jazz never recovered as a popular music.
However, there are many people who enjoy jazz and all of it's different forms. I too was a jazz radio DJ in the early 70's and really enjoyed the experience. My biggest fan base was the County Jailhouse where they would pipe my show through their speakers so all could hear. I received many calls for requests from them.
My jazz influences are many - but started at a young age listening to The Jimmy Lunceford big band and then Pete Fountain playing dixieland clarinet. It's all great music Edson - I will send you my CD when it comes in and will e-mail you with the OK to play it on the air.
Jimmy Smith and Wes Montgomery are two of my favorite jazz artists also. Both are masters of their craft and expression - we are fortunate to have their music with us, still. My new CD is all original and would like to send it to you at your station for consideration to include on your show.
thank you for contacting me thru jazznetworkingworldwide and putting jazz out there for the people of brazil. I will indeed send you my CD and mp3's. Best of everything in regards to your broadcasting -
Ciao Edson, Thank you for the friendship and correspondence. Please give me your mailing address and I'll be happy to send you my album. Also, if you supply me with your e-mail address, I can send you my newer material via mp3 files. A presto, Frank
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