[Dixielandjazz] Re: Marsalis was Another NY TIMES Jazz Review
LARRY'S Signs and Large Format Printing
sign.guy at charter.net
Mon Nov 1 12:10:57 PST 2004
Doesn't everybody to a point. In this political season it's the norm.
Actually Jazz quit being the exclusive property of black people the minute
it was recorded and sold. Once you've sold it (an idea) it's not yours
anymore. I don't think that it serves us well no matter who it comes from
to believe that this idiom is the property of anyone any longer.
Truthfully I thought that with Rap, black people had finally come up with an
idiom that white people wouldn't touch . Even that isn't true. Money
talks. If you can turn a buck on it there will be those who imitate and
improve (or not in this case).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Bauer" <jazz_trombone at axint.net>
To: <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2004 6:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Re: Marsalis was Another NY TIMES Jazz Review
> Good points. I'm not at all disagreeing on what you or Tom has said. I
> just wanted to set the record straight on what Wynton actually said. He
> does tend to speak out of both sides of his mouth depending on what
> audience he is facing. I've noticed that several times and other have
> told me that too.
> LARRY'S Signs and Large Format Printing wrote:
> > So what - It's time to get over who invented what. They are all dead.
> > everyone liked Mozart in his lifetime either. I think that Black
> > have a great musical heritage, however, without the white musicians such
> > Paul Whiteman and a lot of black ones too imitating the style and making
> > grow it would have been a musical evolutionary dead end and simply would
> > have died or been a minor musical niche.
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