Friday, June 20, 2008

Human Redundancies

Here's a recent email I got from Zenph Studios:

First, Sony’s new Tatum album with Zenph is getting remarkable reviews. For example, this review appeared in Sunday’s Buffalo News (page down to ‘Jazz’):
Come see the show!! We’re presenting a new production at New York’s Apollo Theater this week. It’s a one-man play; on stage is actor Paul Butler playingm the owner of a jazz club. Throughout the show he’s discussing his lifetime friendship with Art Tatum. As events in Tatum’s life are introduced, the high-resolution reproducing piano on stage plays Tatum’s re-performances. It’s been great watching Paul’s reaction during the rehearsals – he’s truly mesmerized. If you are in New York June 19, 20, or 22, you really should see this historic, world-premiere play. Our Web site has details and a link for buying tickets:
We’re been working closely with the Tatum family, and at the Sunday show, will be donating items from the estate to the Jazz Museum in Harlem – including Tatum’s own grand piano. Here are the details: Artwork! The author and painter Robert Andrew Parker will show his original paintings from his new children’s book on Art Tatum at the Thursday, June 19th show, in the Apollo lobby. Painter and jazz saxophonist Scott Gordley will be showing his jazz paintings at the shows on the 20th and 22nd:
BMI, the music licensing organization, is featuring our show on their MySpace site:
We appreciate your support and feedback at Zenph Studios. Thanks – John Q. Walker, president
In other hands-free news, read about the upcoming robotic 'flying trucks' that will transport supplies to troops, and troops themselves, without a pilot.

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