[sylpheed:33059] Filter problems

Gene Goldenfeld genegold at peoplepc.com
Tue Jul 21 01:45:04 JST 2009

The first filter on my list is 'To: - yahoo.com' and is directed to a folder called Yahoo Mail.  Yet, the email below (headers added) goes to the Inbox instead.  Any ideas why?  One thing to know is that the To: address is a mask for a mailing list, but would that cause this?

Gene Goldenfeld

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Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2009 10:01:04 -0600
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Subject: Jazz at the Equinox
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Hi all,
Jazz at the Equinox is really excited to announce this concert with Andy
Scott this coming Friday. Please come out to support the music and I promise
this show will be a memorable one. Andy is truly a great American artist.
His songs remind me of Randy Newman, Leon Redbone and Mose Allison, who I
have performed with many times. If you haven't been out to a Jazz at the
Equinox concert then you don't know what you are missing. It is truly a
great venue for the music. See you at the show.


 [image: pg_03.jpg]JAZZ AT THE EQUINOX




With Kelly Roberti & Brad Edwards

FRIDAY, JULY 24  8:00

EQUINOX THEATRE at 2304 N. 7th

(across from Murdoch’s)

ADMISSION - $18.00


New York City-based artist Andy Scott has turned down the amps of his
previous work as "Goat" and sets out on an organic and bluesy swing-tinged
palate of warm storytelling on his new album, Don't Tempt Fate. With his
creative leanings succinctly in place, having achieved commercial success
with the feel-good hit "Great Life," and albums Twisted Heart and All of My
Friends, Andy found himself exploring a majestic jazz- and blues-inspired
pop sound. After a couple of stints opening for long-time friend, jazz
vocalist Madeleine Peyroux, Andy honed his smooth swagger and started
writing and recording Don't Tempt Fate. Tried as he may, Andy couldn't
convince Madeleine to produce the record, so he stepped in to perfect the
effort himself, while also enlisting the help of Grammy awarding-winning
engineer Dave Darlington and Madeleine did contribute vocals, guitar, and
ukulele to several tracks.

Additional musicians such as keyboardist Sam Yahel, legendary drummer Victor
Lewis, guitarist Jon Herington, acoustic guitar players Ben Butler and Ross
Traut, and internationally-acclaimed bassist Noriko Ueda perform on Don't
Tempt Fate. "Who Doesn't Call," the albums first animated music video
features Andy singing and playing guitar live in the studio. Madeleine,
whose credits include the chart-topping effort Careless Love (2004) and the
critically-acclaimed Half the Perfect World (2006), lends her signature
vocals to "Don't Tempt Fate," a jaunty album opener featuring Andy's
unruffled sense of cool. As Andy says, "Thank goodness for temptation, it
keeps things moving!"

>From the sunny highlights of "Rainy Day" and "Out of the Blue" to the
sweeping sentimental tones of "Lost but Not Forgotten," Andy's pristine
lyrical imagery is so finely tuned; you believe his aim is true in capturing
what it is we're all thinking about. A sun-kissed tub-thumping tribute cues
"Fishin'," to Andy's fly-fishing days with his father, baseball great Al
Rosen. In addition to issuing Don't Tempt Fate, many of Andy's songs have
received prominent placements in television ("CSI," "Aliens in America,
"Reaper" "Standoff," and "Wildfire") and film (I Know What You Did Last
Summer, Super Cop, Return to Sleepaway Camp, Dinner Rush, Waltzing Anna,
Approaching Union Square). His version of the Malvina Reynolds folk classic,
"Little Boxes," has been used as a ringtone for the Showtime series hit,
"Weeds." Andy has been compared in the press to the likes of  Mose Allison,
Randy Newman,  Harry Connick Jr., Dr. John, Al Green and John Pizzarelli.


"An excellent pianist... vocals range from celebratory to animated,
occasionally sentimental, but always intense and demonstrative." - Nashville
City Paper

"...clever songwriting and quirky grooves highlight the music of this New
York performer..."- Chicago Sun-Times

"He has a great ear for clever melody, and his voice has just enough grit in
it to make it interesting." - Up Against the Wall

"Opening slot for Madeleine Peyroux at the sold-out 1800 capacity Bass Hall:
"Nicely setting the mood was Andy, who played jazz piano with the intense
focus of Peanuts' Schroeder...his calming vocals are like a human version of
a muted trumpet. The only thing that could enhance this kind of laid-back,
cozy performance is for the audience to sit at tables and swirl some kind of
smooth liquor around rocks."- Fort Worth Star Telegram

"a delightful, relaxed groovy affair of original jazz- and blues-influenced
tunes purveyed by musicians comfortable in both modes, with nice acoustic
touches dotting the otherwise-electric ambiance. Scott offers a slight
bluesy swagger and drawl in his vocal style--Mac Rebbenack and Randy Newman
are the most obvious influences here--every bit as natural as his guitar and
keyboard playing is fluid. The attitude is generally upbeat, with potential
heartbreakers rendered from the standpoint of a warm afterglow memory of a
good, and gone, romance...." -The Blue Grass Special

Kelly Roberti

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