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Comment by Petra Caramela on January 19, 2012 at 5:17am

..I would also like to meet here an interested distributor for my 1st cd..

check me out on my page!

Comment by Mark Daniel Uncle on October 10, 2011 at 2:17pm
my music is on http://www.iplacemusic.com/mark_daniel_uncle and on Itunes and Amazon
Comment by Dorothy Leigh on July 5, 2011 at 11:44pm
My name is Dorothy Leigh and I am a Singer/Recording Artist.  I have two CD releases to-date.  A Second Chance is a compilation of original adult contemporary songs with sophisticated big band arrangements.  In contrast Intimate Moments is a combination of Great AmericanSongbook Jazz Standards presented in a simple but beautiful piano vocal duo format.  I am seeking distribution for ASC. I invite you to peruse my website at DorothyLeigh.com.
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Comment by Hulon on April 24, 2011 at 12:21pm
I have have an artist profile page for my career as a jazz saxophone player- check it out and become a fan if you enjoy the music! 
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Comment by Frances Coche' on June 29, 2010 at 9:53am
Dear Distributor this is the info to explain my CD and it's beginnings, and Yes! I need one:

REVISED SUGGESTIONS:

I was yet a baby in the music business, when a friend said, “ I have someone I want you to meet”. And took me to the home of Gerald Wiggins (Wigg). Mr. Wiggins had been playing jazz all night long at a club in L.A., and hadn’t gotten out of bed, yet, by the time we arrived. He surprised me when he came out in his underwear, hands on face, looking like “Where am I?”. After some conversation, and with his young children underfoot, he went to his piano and played it. And how he played it! WOW! I vowed (on the spot) that someday I would get him to play with my group. He did…using Gerald, Teddy Edwards, and other great musicians! That was only the beginning of many “wows”. I thought I died and gone to heaven.

On another occasion, at Wigg’s home on a sunny afternoon, as he played his up-right piano, we taped 6 tunes, all good standards, on reel to reel. I knew I was having a fabulous adventure. His piano had a remarkable, interesting sound that those of us privileged to hear will always remember nostalgically. Now, with the new technology, the tunes have been re-mastered for your listening pleasure.

I give you, without further adieu, “I’ll Remember Wigg”.

In loving memory of Gerald Wiggins, (Wigg)

5/12/1922 - 7/13/2008

Frances Coche'
franny_sings@yahoo.com
310 376-1794
Comment by Frances Coche' on October 9, 2009 at 9:24pm
I am looking for a distributor for my CD that I did with Gerald Wiggins some time back. it's called "I'll Remember Wig" Six great tunes, unplugged and intimate fealing. Please email me at: franny_sings@yahoo.com
 

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