Mike Miller – Save The Moon

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In 2001, Miller released his first solo recording “Save the Moon,” on Marsis Jazz. For help, he enlisted drummers Tom Brechtlein, Peter Erskine, and Ralph Humphrey, bassist Jimmy Johnson, keyboardists Mitchel Forman and David Witham, and trombonist Ralph Fowler. In the liner notes, Miller states: I am a guitar player, but I didn’t want to do one of those “fast” guitarslinger records… I always wanted to do a record that reflected my interests… from being a John Lennon admirer to a devout Bitches Brew fan… I’m very happy with this album. I think it reflects a lot about what made me want to play music in the first place.” – Wikipedia