Drummer Milo Petersen contributed all of the compositions except for John Coltrane's "Some Other Blues" and most of the music could have been recorded in 1965. However that is not a bad thing, particularly since the melodies are fresh, the chord changes are frequently challenging and the musicianship of the potentially significant Seattle-based players is consistently impressive.
Milo Petersen songs download, free online mp3 listen. Visiting Dignitaries. album: Visiting Dignitaries.
Visiting Dignitaries 1997. Visiting Dignitaries 1997.
Private Instructor- Jazz Guitar/Electric Guitar. Milo has been active in the Pacific Northwest jazz community since the late 70’s after studying for 3 years at Western Washington University under Bill Cole, Scott Reeves, and Americole Biasini. Milo spent 4 years in New York City (1987-1991) leading trios and quartets and then returned to Seattle
7/25/2019 Tula's Restaurant and Jazz Club. Making his home in Seattle, guitarist /drummer /composer /educator Milo Petersen’s first music lesson was from his Danish grandfather who played the harmonica and the accordion.
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