HOLA, jose, gracias por tu interes en divulgar mejor en mi nacion la musica con mucha libertad.mira, segun la gran publicacion, downbeat magazine, el numero de los musicos de jazz se queda a cada ano mas grand.entonces, tenemos que criar el publico del jazz.mira,jose,hay algunas reglas en la radio que debo seguir,obedecer,una es que...no puedo executar en la radio download music.no mp3 files.solo cds originales.muchos musicos desean enviar me musicas asi...y yo siempre hablo...me voy a escuchar en mi casa, pero en la radio no es possible.usted no puede enviar-me un cd-promote? saludos.
HOLA JOSE, MUCHO GUSTO. EN BRASIL NOSOTROS GUSTAMOS DE LA MUSIC IMPROVISADA.PERO, COMO TU LO SABES, EN LATINO AMERICA NO HAY LAS RADIO 24 HORAS CON PROGRAMACION JAZZ,COSA TAN COMUN EN LOS EUA.YO SE PORQUE TENGO EN SUD DE BRASIL DOS HORAS SEMANALES PARA PRESENTAR JAZZ.LA GRAN PARTE DE MIS OYENTES GUSTAN DE LOS GENEROS SMOOTH Y FUSION, PERO YO PRESENTO LATIN, COOL,BOP,ETC. R&B SINGERS.YO PUEDO EXECUTAR TU MUSICA EN MI PROGRAMA-TODO LUNES, 21.00 EN WWW.RADIOLESTE345FM.COM.BR ESTE SITIO SE ENCUENTRA EN RE-CONSTRUCION AHORITA MISMO.BUENO, JOSE,PIENSA-LO AL CD-PROMOCION.SALUDOS DE BRASIL.EDSON.
HELLO MY BROTHER JOSE ROSA
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND STAY BLESSED AS YOU ARE. KEEP ON DOING YOUR THING AND TEACH THE PEOPLE WELL AS I KNOW YOU SHALL. ADD ME AS A FRIEND, MY LIST IS FULL AND WON'T LET ME ADD YOU.
GOD BLESS AND MY PEACE
Sounds good Jose, I look forward to checking out the album when it is completed. Keep me up to date on news and dates, I can spread the word on the blog. Let me know if you'd like me to do a review of your latest instructional book as well; I'm trying to create a section of the site that helps educate people about the music, so I'm looking to review/recommend resources. Let me know what you think, talk to you soon.
Jose - The track that you've got here sounds great! Does Tinya have an album? I'd love to check it out and do a review on The Latin Jazz Corner. Great to meet you here; thanks for starting the Latin Jazz group, I'm looking forward to being involved there!
Hola Jose' coma estas?
So good to hear from you , and wow what a write up on you.. I enjoyed it mensley..congrats to you on all your doings! I was happy to see U on this site, get music good ppl. i wasnt on for a bit forgot my password ugh!
grt to see u hope to see u more often creo que me voy a divertir contigo..
The Jazz Network is exactly what the title suggests, a place where you get to mix and mingle with those who have not only an appreciation for Jazz but a forum to hear new up and coming artists as well. I've hooked up with so many of my old friends that I've lost contact with over the years here and it's been a great place to meet folk, appreciate good music and Musicianship. What an incredible idea!!
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