Friday, January 9, 2009

Free music for late to jazz readers

OK, so this is not going to jump start the economy, but it might get you going a little bit:

Folks, I was contacted by "Tiffany" from the Gordon Goodwin Street Team. They liked what I wrote about Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band's new recording, Act Your Age, so much, they decided to reward me by offering my readers free jazz music. All you have to do to get your free music is send an e-mail containing your full name and mentioning that you heard about this offer on the late-to-jazz blog, and you would like to have your free download of "Jazz Police". Send the e-mail to []. They should send it out to you right away. I checked it out and this is for real and the song they are giving you is great stuff: kind of Dragnet and Mannix theme-song-ish, but for this century. Really cool. And keep in mind: This is free. I don't get a kickback for a certain number of downloads, and Gordon will not be coming over to mow my lawn. I'm doing it because I love Gordon's music, and Gordon's doing it, because, he wants you to experience his music, too. Give it a try. It won't hurt a bit, I promise.

This is all particularly timely as I've just signed up to play in one of the big bands at UAH, while also continuing with my Wednesday night ensemble. This is going to be a musically busy spring with lots to write about. I'm excited.

Keep it jazzy folks!

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