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very long before hearing Miles Davis
tuned him to the trumpet.
"Years ago, when I used to make my
rumpet player Chris Botti
living in a Brooklyn studio, there was a
fills his recordings with
whole machine of pop musicians who
smooth romantic
came over from Israel," Botti
songs but offers more diver-
recalls. "It was quite an expe-
sity in concerts.
rience for me to see their
Botti shows his range on a
enthusiasm for musicianship.
summer tour as he appears
"There were many
with jazz singer-pianist
Chasidic pop stars, and I did
Diana Krall. Each headliner
a bunch of concerts with
brings a band, and they
them. They could totally
combine their talents for a
speak English, and it was
couple of numbers.
very
interesting to be at a
Chris Bo tti
The show makes a local
concert of 7,000 people with
stop Saturday evening, July 21, at the
3,500 men on one side of the room
Fox Theatre in downtown Detroit.
and 3,500 women on the other side."
"The recordings are meant to chill
Botti's career has another important
people out and be all beautiful and
Jewish link. One of his earliest sup-
velvety:' says Botti, 44, currently fin-
porters was singer-songwriter Paul
ishing a CD filled with Italian songs
Simon; he played with Simon's band
produced in collaboration with music
from 1990-'95. 7
mogul David Foster. "The live show
has elements of that, but it's more
of a roller coaster ride." Botti, who
Chris Botti and Diana Krall per-
performed last year with the Detroit
form 8 p.m. Saturday, July 21, at
Symphony Orchestra, traces his musi-
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Caplan will have a co-starring role.
Caplan's TV series The Class was
canceled after one season and will
not return next fall.
JTA reports that Mel Gibson,
skewered in the press last year
for his anti-Semitic raves after
an arrest for drunk driving, has
denied he is making a film about a
prominent Polish cleric with a his-
tory of anti-Semitism.
Last week Father Henryk
Jankowski said in an interview
with Poland's Dziennik daily that
he was in talks with Gibson about
a possible film. But when Gibson
representative Alan Nierob was
asked by the Forward newspaper
whether the report was true,
Nierob offered an emphatic no.
Jankowski, who came to promi-
nence for his role spearheading
strikes that ushered communism
out of Poland in the 1980s, said in
1997 that there was no place for
Jews in the Polish government. He
also condemned the Polish gov-
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Perry Farrell, the Jewish rocker
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of Jane's Addiction and the
founder of the
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with a new CD,
Ultra Payloaded.
Backing him are
the members of
his new band,
Satellite Party.
Perry Farrell
The most
intriguing cut on the CD is
"Woman in the Window," a song
Farrell created by using part of
an unreleased song by the late
Jim Morrison, the leader of the
famous 1960s band the Doors. It
is Morrison you hear singing the
song's chorus.
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