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Thursday, September 1, 2016

This Sunday, September 4, 2016 on Jazz on the JNote

The unofficial end of summer influenced my direction last night and I found myself trying a different kind of mix featuring different sounds of carnival music which will be airing throughout the weekend on Medgar Evers College Community Radio. If you should happen to get in the mood to lose your sanity and also some body inches while dancing to old and new sounds of Trinidad, Haiti, Cuba and more, you can log on to http://www.wmecradio.com from your phone or computer and take a listen to this hour long show for yourself. 

Medgar Evers College Community Radio is a 24/7 on-line radio station from the studios of Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, NY which features cross-cultural talk and music programs. Jazz on the JNote just happens to be one of those shows.

 Jazz on the JNote

At first, the show was started while attending Medgar Evers College. I was writing my undergraduate college thesis on the music of jazz and racism, and I felt that I had enough interesting points on this subject to discuss jazz, as well as a plethora of jazz music pieces that had an effect on me, featured in my music library. I wanted to be a part of the jazz culture and thankful for the opportunity of being a contributor to the continuation of the spreading of the jazz culture for just over a year now.  I am happy to invite you all to send comments and suggestions for this show, even if it is to let me know about new music that you would like to hear played within the time frame of the show to jazzonthejnote@yahoo.com

I am always seeking new ideas to add that will take me out of the box in which I am currently enclosed. Change, in my opinion, often serves as great lessons, and I thank you in advance for those who will chime in and feed me new ideas.

This Sunday on 
Jazz on the JNote

 The newest edition of Jazz on the JNote that will air this Sunday, September 4, 2016 on WNYE 91.5FM at 7:30PM is dedicated to this fraction of the year that seems to separate us from the wild days of summer and bring us to a more structured moment of time. Please join me for beautiful jazz and talk, as part of the Medgar Evers College Community Radio flow on WNYE 91.5FM inspired by the unofficial end of summer. For those in NY, NJ and CT, tune in on WNYE 91.5FM. Anywhere else you are in the world, use this link for mixlr: http://mixlr.com/the-english-connection-media/ to listen to this half hour show.


35 comments:

  1. I need to lose a few body inches, so I really need to tune in and dance away. Thanks for including the link to listen to the hour long show.

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    1. Yes! I hope you do and yes, dancing is so excellent for spirit and body. Enjoy! :)

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  2. Oh fun! Jazz is such a great genre, and music can really keep you motivated. Love it!

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  3. Looks like a fun time! I am not going to jazz that much, but it is fun to hear songs to dance to. I would go just to have a blast with my friends.

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    1. That's great. And I hope you have an amazing time at that. Have a great labor day weekend.

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  4. Like Alli above, I love dancing away to Jazz. If I can tune in, I will - I love listening when the boys are in bed.

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  5. I have friends that listen to jazz all the time. I'll pass the link onto them.

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  6. I remember going to a jazz show not too long ago at the local college. Thanks for letting me know about this program.

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    1. Thank you for chiming in. I appreciate that.

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  7. I love jazz music. I have a friend who plays in his own jazz band and the music is fantastic!

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    1. That's awesome. If you ever go to their shows, I know that you must truly enjoy it. So much great music; especially on the live tip.

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  8. Oh, I would love to tune in! I'm adding it to my calendar so that I don't forget.

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  9. Jazz relaxes my mind. I can't wait to tune in!

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    1. I can't wait either. thank you in advance! :)

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  10. This sounds like something I am going to have to tune into for sure. The Blues Fest is going on in my area this weekend and why not add some Jazz to my listening as well. Jazz is something I have always loved listening to since I was a kid. Thanks for sharing the music.

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    1. Oh really. Where are you located? The blues fest sounds like it would be a great time had as well. Thank you for sharing that information as well.

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  11. I wish you well on your radio show. It's seem welcoming for all. Love the sound of Jazz. It's soothing to the heart.

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  12. This is so wonderful, I love that you share this type of post of inspiration. I am glad to read about your thoughts.

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    1. I am happy that you took the time to read my post. Have a wonderful day.

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  13. I'm not sure if I have ever listened to Jazz before. I will have to check it out. =)

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    1. Really. Jazz is one of the main cultural contributions from America. Check it out. You will love it.

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  14. Jazz is my favorite music to play as background at parties and whatnot. I'm glad you've continued to be part of the program all this time!

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    1. REally. Yes it is so pleasing tot he ear and calming.

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  15. Jazz is always lovely and it's one of the genres that you'll never grow tired of. It's nice that you're trying to find different ways that people can enjoy it.

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    1. Thank you for that. yes! I love jazz. Always be one of my favorite of the genres.

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  16. I love listening to jazz once in a while. It is so soothing and sets a great ambiance for a party. I would love to listen to the broadcast but I'd have to wear headphones. My husband does not really like jazz music. He is more of a rock and country music fan.

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    1. Rock and roll is really nice too. Any type of music that can transcend your state of being into a calmness is good. Or that can make you feel like dancing which still calms harshness of spirit into joy. Either way, music has that effect.

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    2. I am going to set a reminder to tune into this. I love jazz!

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  17. I like to listen to this genre of music every now and then. But my all time favorite is praise & worship.

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