In The News

Jackson trial jury shown ‘father’ video

Virgin Radio starts daily podcast

More Junior M.A.F.I.A. Members Testify In Lil’ Kim Trial


Thug Radio

Hot 97’s landlord gets tough in wake of hip-hop shoot-’em-up

A Healthy Tune-Out

Hot 97 promotes conflict?

NYC’s Hot 97 Under Fire


Al with Lisa “Street Soliders” G, photo taken at Hot97?
Sharp Criticism And A Proposed Ban On Hip-Hop From Sharpton

Al Sharpton proposes ban on rappers
US Hip-Hop Acts to Make Seoul Debut
DJ Whoo Kid Mix-Tape fetured on TRL

METALLICA: Full Details About ‘Hip Hop’ Tribute Album Revealed – Mar. 6, 2005
Author gives hip-hop a bad rap (he disses house music’s father/mother disco and the Bee Gees in the same breath!)
Fred Durst Sues Web Sites (not mine tho’)
Nick Carter Arrested
From Canhead’s E-Mail In-Box


MILES DAVIS – The Cool Jazz Sound
DUKE ELLINGTON – The Big Band Feeling
Oaks, PA- Music Video Distributors and Disconforme are pleased to announce the home viewing release of Stars of Jazz DVD Series for North American distribution on DVD. The series will be released on April 19, 2005 (prebook cutoff March 15) and each DVD will boast a $14.95 retail price.

This exceptional collection offers, for the first time in an economical series, the best filmed jazz material of all time. Legendary figures at the height of their creativity appear here, thanks to material of incalculable artistic value that today forms part of the human cultural heritage. In order to put together this incomparable selection of masterpieces, well-known artists have been chosen such as Miles Davis, Billie Holiday, Nat “King” Cole, Duke Ellington, Lester Young, Charlie Parke & Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie, B.B. King and Keith Jarrett.

With the growing popularity Music DVD and the latest technological advances, the recovery of these images constitutes an authentic happening for jazz and blues fans that now have something so esthetically satisfying available that previously was unimaginable in terms of quality and clarity.

In the Stars of Jazz series both diehard aficionados of these musicians as well as jazz lovers in general who are constantly on the lookout for new enriching experiences will find, without a doubt, the best visual and auditory legacy which has been bequeathed to us by the great mythical names of Jazz and blues.

MILES DAVIS – The Cool Jazz Sound
Tracks recorded in USA, 1959: So What (M. Davis), The Duke (D. Brubeck), Blues for Pablo (G. Evans), New Rhumba (A. Jamal)
Selection # DVD2869033
UPC: 022891803393
Run Time: 25 Minutes
Audio AC3

DUKE ELLINGTON – The Big Band Feeling
Tracks recorded in USA, 1952: Sophisticated Lady, Caravan, The Mooche, VIP’s
Boogie, Solitude, Mood Indigo, The Hawk Talks, I Got It Bad and That Ain’t
Good, Bli-Blip, Flamingo, Cottontail, C Jam Blues (Hot Chocolate)
Selection # IDVD2869037
UPC: 022891903796
Run Time: 45 Minutes
Audio AC

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One Response to In The News

  1. Troy says:

    you need to get a guestbook m8 lol

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