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Mike Neer


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Post  Posted 31 Aug 2019 8:01 pm    
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Here is a recent performance of my arrangements of Monk’s “Reflections” and “Round Midnight”. Really beautiful tunes and perfect choices for steel guitar. As much as I love playing new arrangements and getting wild, I never tire of playing these.

https://youtu.be/e3rgC_eVcS0

https://youtu.be/Wx4y0QHCJ2Y
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Mike A Holland


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Post  Posted 1 Sep 2019 4:05 am    
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Excellent Mike.....I watched these before somewhere! Great music!
Mike
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Nic Neufeld


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Post  Posted 2 Sep 2019 4:22 am    
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'Round Midnight is a favorite of mine from your album, just had it on yesterday in the car. C13? If you ever tab it out it would be fun to learn (most of the jazz I play stays with single notes and dabbles only briefly in harmony).
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Mike Neer


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Post  Posted 5 Sep 2019 6:17 pm    
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Thanks guys. I appreciate the interest.
Time for a new recording. I’m ready.
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