Radio Jazz Man

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Bob Parlocha was born to have a radio show. Richly textured and oozing with experience and knowledge, Parlocha’s voice is as smooth as the jazz singers and musicians he features on his radio show. Regrettably, I seldom listen to his fantastic playlists, mostly because he hits the airwaves at 10pm, nevertheless, I rarely ever steer away once I’ve tuned in. Parlocha’s program is well balanced in that it draws attention to both the seminal musicians from the past (Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Gil Evans, Stan Getz) as much as it highlights current artists and their new releases. If you can stay up later than I can and you love jazz, be sure to check out Nocturnal Transmissions. Don’t forget to drop by the library to browse our large collection of jazz compact discs.

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Posted by Ryan Gage at 06/09/2010 04:17:28 PM | 


Ah Bob Parlocha was amazing!

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Posted by: Matt ( Email ) at 6/18/2010 4:13 AM


He's on my sleep music every night! His voice is so perfect for the show!
Posted by: JenniferC ( Email ) at 6/22/2010 1:19 PM


Keep 'em coming... you all do such a great job at such Concepts... can't tell you how much I, for one appreciate all you do!
Posted by: Thompson ( Email ) at 7/18/2010 10:14 PM


Jazz music was born from the creative hands of black people who experienced oppression and slavery in America in the late 18th century. Expression of a resistance against the racist and oppressive political system was manifested in the way of black Americans to play their music.

Many people think that jazz is the music of the elite and well-established people. But, if you look into the roots of jazz, you will see the opposite. Jazz is an art of expression in the form of music. Jazz music is the fundamental music in human life.

The first style of music to be classed as Jazz was called Dixieland and it was performed from around the turn of the century in the Southern states of America. New Orleans would become the first home of this new sound.

I love Jazz music
Posted by: cost of radio advertising ( Email ) at 10/21/2010 8:04 PM


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