CD - Brownstone Recordings. For his second Brownstone release, the quiet but inwardly intense guitarist Mitch Seidman explores mostly originals and obscurities with an unusual chamber quartet also featuring bassist Harvie Swartz, bass clarinetist Leonard Hochman and the viola of Ella Lou Weber. The interplay between Seidman and Swartz in particular is consistently impressive while the colors provided by Hochman and Weber are a major plus
Brownstone Recordings 9603.
Charlie Kohlhase, Jeff Galindo & Mitch Seidman 2000. Charlie Kohlhase, Jeff Galindo & Mitch Seidman 2000. Topsy, Dickie's Dream. A fine guitarist with a few releases on the Brownstone label, Mitch Seidman started off playing with rock bands in Albany, NY. He moved to Boston in 1973 to attend Berklee and, other than six years in New York, has been based in Boston ever since. He considers Jim Hall, Jimmy Raney, and Tal Farlow to be his main influences, and has played with many musicians through the years, including Harold Vick, Ted Brown, George Garzone, and Herb Pomeroy. Siedman's 1995 release Ants in a Trance utilizes the unusual instrumentation of guitar, bass, bass clarinet, and viola.
Jazz Guitarist & Music Educator.
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Passage of Three
Ants in a Trance
Reflecting on Jimmy
Homage to O.P.
In Your Own Sweet Way
If I Could
Boulevard of Broken Strings
Leonard Hochman / Mitch Seidman / Harvie Swartz / Ella Lou Weiler
Ben Raleigh / Joe Zawinul
Dave Brubeck - Composer Jim Fish - Liner Notes Jimmy Giuffre - Composer Leonard Hochman - Clarinet (Bass), Composer Charlie Kohlhase - Composer Thelonious Monk - Composer Bob Nieske - Composer Ben Raleigh - Composer Mitch Seidman - Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Primary Artist, Producer Harvie Swartz - Bass, Composer, Producer Bob Ward - Mastering, Mixing Ella Lou Weiler - Composer, Viola Joe Zawinul - Composer Attila Zoller - Composer
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