mikeweil

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About mikeweil

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  • Birthday 02/21/1954

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Wiesbaden, Germany
  • Interests Many different types of music

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  1. Shirley Scott questions

    Sorry, that youtube file won't play in Germany - restrictions from GEMA. What I can hear on samples of two tracks on amazon sounds like left on organ and right hand on piano, not necessarily overdubbed.
  2. There were corresponding releases with different material by Poindexter and Pauer on MPS or its sub-label, Session - the music on these is very good. https://www.discogs.com/Pony-Poindexter-The-Happy-Life-Of-Pony/master/1112082 https://www.discogs.com/Fritz-Pauer-Jimmy-Woode-Erich-Bachtr├Ągl-Power-By-Pauer-Live-At-The-Domicile/release/3192261 There were corresponding releases with different material by Poindexter and Pauer on MPS or its sub-label, Session - the music on these is very good.
  3. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Background music while potting plants on the balcony on this nice spring sunday:
  4. Shirley Scott questions

    There are no bongos audible on that album! (Record labels have always been ultimately inaccurate in crediting percussionists,) Have you listened to the album to verify that organ and piano are both played at the same time? (I do not want to be picky,but my discographical work taught me to always listen to the music before stating anything like this.)
  5. Marian McPartland's "Reprise"

    Lucky guy!
  6. Jazz Messengers still has it in stock, it ssems, but I wouldn't wait too long if I wanted a copy ...
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    The sound is stunningly good, she swings, her sidemen too - this is the real Diana Krall: A great singer of the standard repertoire, perhaps the best around, IMHO.
  8. Which Mosaic Are You Enjoying Right Now?

    Such magnificent music, warmth and power. I'm really glad I have this set.
  9. I do not know any modern classical theme reminiscent of Wilson's "Theme" - seems to be his own. He sure was capable of writiing such melodies. Deserves to become a standard! Finally found an affordable copy from a Korean seller on discogs. I cross my fingers. Can anybody re-post the link to the Wardell Grey website,please? The link was lost during somebBoard software update.