Jazz&Jazz Features the Facebook Jazzers Group

Impossible as it is to escape the omnipresent clutches of Facebook I have tweaked the banner heading of my (closed) Jazzers Group to “Jazz&Jazzers” rather than “Jazz&Jazz”.
But only on Facebook.

There’s that old saying “If you can’t beat them, join them!” But I’d much rather my followers joined me here on Jazz&Jazz than on Facebook and Social Media.

Comments please below in
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Peter M Butler
Editor Jazz&Jazz

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  1. Peter Treger says:

    Well, well, well! Jazz & Jazz, Jazz & Jazzers and, no doubt, a multitude of variations and emphasis changes plus, with the wind in the right direction, a couple of key changes down the line. If, as I surmise, the lovely chaps at FaceBook are responsible for all these nonsense requests, then I suggest they sit down and listen to a couple of Louis and/or Ellington tracks and then realise where it is all coming from on these sites. And a bit of a patience tester for you Peter old chum!

  2. Peter Butler says:

    Thanks for this response, Peter. Yes, I wish Facebook et al would realise and give more recognition to the origins of much of what they feature (in your words “realise where it is all coming from on these sites”) – ie by drawing on the original work of independent sites such as Jazz&Jazz. I could simply not share Jazz&Jazz features on Social Media – but sadly they hold the monopoly on public opinions and responses. All I can do is continue to plead with my followers to post their comments and observations here on Jazz&Jazz Speak Your Mind rather than on, or at very least as well as on, Facebook and other Social Media sites.

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