Couldn't help but respond to your comments on recording a solo CD. I can tell you from experience it is liberating. I wrote rock songs in the 70's and was "idle" for almost 40 years, having recently returned to doing my music "solo" with me and my piano (no vocal, no bass, no drums, etc etc) and it is truly liberating! You need to do it. By the way, wife Debbie and I loved listening to you at Les Zygomates this past Saturday. We were so glad you stopped by our table and left your info. This is a great personal touch and I will remember it when I am out gigging myself. Check out my music (easy listening/new age style) at iTunes, Amazon, etc. Keep up the great work, your stylings are impressive! Mark Freshwater www.freshwatermusic.com
Thank you for the kind words and encouragement Mark! I'm glad you wrote to me about stopping by your table, to me this is what it's all about - connecting with those who like your music. I will check your music out too. Maybe I already mentioned it but if you're interested in seeing my trio in a true concert setting, I have a big one coming up:
I listened to your jazz at Blue Note NY on March 23. It was Sunday Brunch. I fell in love with your jazz at first sight and listening.
I'd like to listen to your jazz again in NY or Boston when I'll visit in the U.S. next March or April. Since I'd like to know your SCDL in Boston and NY, I'm appreciated if you could send it to me.
Love your music.............I am streaming from your website as I drink a glass of wine..........perfect!!!Yoko Miwa Trio responded on 09/16/2014