[Dixielandjazz] Best Sattelite radio for OKOM

Arnold Day arnieday at optonline.net
Thu Dec 23 16:08:27 PST 2004

Charlie, since you dom't want to tie-up yout phone line the only option is satellite radio. But soory to tell you that, even the ones with 120+channels ($10 to $15 per month) have only one channel of waht they call "Classic Jazz". This is good stuff but almost all swing , bop, and post bop. Very little earlier stuff.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Charlie Coleman 
  To: DJML 
  Sent: Thursday, December 23, 2004 6:45 PM
  Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Best Sattelite radio for OKOM

  Listees:    I'm sure this topic has been on - I don't recall - (senior moment) - but the last radio station in my area that played OKOM has been sold and the new format is (predictably) smooth rock.    I'm now in serious withdrawal.   My cd player runs constantly, but I would like to be able to 'tune in' to a station or stations that have a serious jazz format.   I'm not at all familiar with sattelite radio, but I do know that they have a wide selection which includes the generic term "jazz".    I do visit redhotjazz.com on occasion, but don't want to tie up my phone line (still on dial-up!!!).    I would sincerely appreciate any suggestions (other than moving to a different area).    Best wishes for a politically correct winter solstace, saturna, or ............. WHAT AM I THINKING!!!  Have a Blessed Christmas and a gig for New Years!
      Charlie (I have a Christmas Eve gig) Coleman
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