[Dixielandjazz] Re: Blue Skies Singer
bobngaye at surewest.net
Fri Dec 3 18:26:15 PST 2004
Hey, guys -- Thanx for the tip on the video of the commercial. That's the
whole segment -- it's only about eight bars or so with the intro and then
fades into the commercial voice-over. My so-called two-clarinet part is
the intro, just before Maxine comes in. Cal, there is no long trumpet note
in the commercial -- the long note is the alto sax softly descending behind
her with the greatest of respect. That music is beautiful, as was all of
Maxine's -- right to the end. Thank God we had several savored
opportunities to play with her during her last years. I gotta get that
record. I just gotta.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Haesler" <bhaesler at bigpond.net.au>
To: "Edgerton, Paul A" <paul.edgerton at eds.com>; "dixieland jazz mail list"
<dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>
Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 5:54 PM
Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Re: Blue Skies Singer
> Paul Edgerton wrote:
> You can download the HP commercial if you wish (Windows Media format):
> This version seems to be slightly truncated and I don't hear the
> two-clarinet phrase being discussed. At any rate, you can clearly hear the
> rather clumsy editing they did to fit the :30 spot.
> Paul Edgerton<
> Dear Paul,
> Thank you for the video lead.
> However, it is a Windows Media Player application.
> I have an Apple eMac with OS X Jaguar and notwithstanding numerous
> to download the version for Macintosh have been unable to do so.
> The application is still on my desktop and opens the the movie screen, but
> then dispays a message which says 'The playlist format is not recognized'.
> I have come to the conclusion that WMP and OSX 10.2.8 are not compatible.
> Perhaps one of our DJML computer gurus can explain it all.
> Kind regards,
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