SONGWRITERS WRITE TO ED JABLONSKI
Nine Letters to Ed Jablonski.Very good to excellent condition.
The letters date from 1960-1984, several noting specific songs, recording dates, etc. To note just a few highlights: Burton Lane offers his thanks for the evening we spent together, with Harold Arlen; "Yip" Harburg touchingly notes that Your words about mine are indeed more than heart-pleasuring. They are balm in Gilead, - a refreshing oasis in a desert of silence; Arthur Schwartz remarks that I was deeply touched by your heartwarming letter. Praise from you means something special to me; and Dory Langdon Previn writes to thank you for the wonderful notes on the 'Together with Love' album. They were both literate and entertaining…the fact that someone like yourself could actually appreciate the words to a song is rare…If I sound as though I am falling all over you it is because I am falling all over you.
Jablonski clearly inspired a great deal of respect and affection from these prominent musicians.