Sep 122013
 

The blues genre is based on the blues form but possesses other characteristics such as specific lyrics, bass lines, and instruments. Blues can be subdivided into several subgenres ranging from country to urban blues that were more or less popular during different periods of the 20th century. Best known are the Delta, Piedmont, Jump, and Chicago blues styles. World War II marked the transition from acoustic to electric blues and the progressive opening of blues music to a wider audience, especially white listeners. In the 1960s and 1970s, a hybrid form called blues-rock evolved.
The blues takes many forms… It is variously a feeling, a mood, a nameless threat, a person, a lover, a boss man, a mob, and, of course, the Devil himself. It is often experienced as both cause and effect, action and reaction, and it can be used as both hex and counterhex, poison and antidote, pain and relief. Most importantly, the blues is both the cause of song, and song itself”.

Hoboken Blues Alstars
Paul Zeichner: voice, Brother Dave: guitar and bass, Miguel Weissman: harmonica, Alan Camlet: drums and production and mixing at Hoboken Recorders recorded 2003.

Moose and the Built Proof Blues Band
Moose wrote the lyrics, Miguel composed and arranged the music with the Built Proof Blues Band. Mixed and co produced by Craig Randal At Brass Giraffe, recorded in 1995. Ellard-James Boles (Moose): bass and vocals. T: guitar, Earthen Allen: piano, Danny Cipriano: sax, Richie Johnson: drums Miguel Weissman: harmonica.

Hollow Log
Rich Cohen: guitar, Miguel Weissman: harmonica,recorded live at Miguel’s recording studio in 2006, we overdubbed a solo guitar track.

Hoboken Blues AlStars Produced and mixed in Miguel’s studio in 1997.
Miguel Weissman: Harmonica though a glass cup and piano. T guitar.

Hoboken Blues AlStars Produced, mixed and recorded at Miguel’s recording studio in 1987.
Miguel :vocals and harmonica, Joe Ruddic: piano, Mark Dane: guitar, Jeffery Allen bass, The Burning BrassJenny Hill: Saxophone, Nilda Richards: Trombone, Pam Fleming: trumpet. Bill Elder: drum programing,

Jan 102012
 

Wikipedia Americana refers to the studies of American culture, especially studies based in other countries American music is contemporary music that incorporates elements of various American roots music styles, including country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass and blues, resulting in a distinctive roots-oriented sound.

Americana


The Second Fiddles Produced, mixed and recorded at Miguel’s recording studio in 2007.
Guillaume Goussault: Lead vocals and resonator guitar, Jon Verey: Mandolin, backing vocals and Jug, I overdubbed drums, the virtual acoustic bass, bass vocals, piano and played the harmonica during the original recording.

The Second Fiddles Produced, mixed and recorded at Miguel’s recording studio in 2007.
Guillaume Goussault: Lead vocals and guitar, Jon Verey: Mandolin, backing vocals, Miguel: bass vocals and played the harmonica during the original recording.


The Second Fiddles Produced, mixed and recorded at Miguel’s recording studio in 2007.
Jon Verey: Banjolyn and lead voice, Guillaume Goussault: guitar and backing voice. I added bass vocals and played the Harmonica.

Blues

https://soundcloud.com/miguelweissman/old-gentelman
Miguel Weissman – harmonica, piano and Voice, Jon LaDeau – Guitar, Jason Ewald – Drums. Miguel mixed, produced and wrote this tune. When Moose comes into town for our small tour, he will replace my vocal.


Hot off the Zoom recorder {April 27th 2015}, our new project. In solo order is Miguel Weissman harmonica, Nick Russo slide resonator guitar and Brother Dave Likhtiger on acoustic guitar. our first rehearsal birth this.

Were also looking for a name, have some ideas, let me know!!!

Jazz


Soirée Django feat. David Langlois & The Hot-Clubbers
David Langlois washboard and percussion, Ian Riggs bass, Tim Clement guitar, Robert Cuellari guitar
Special guests:
Vitor Gonçalves accordion, Pooquette violin, Darius Scheider guitar, Miguel Weissman harmonica


Miguel Weissman harmonica, Nick Russo slide resonator guitar, Ian Riggs is on bass Fiddle for a-smo-o-o-oth-one.


The 36th Street Boys Recorded live at Miguel’s studio 20012
Demo not for sale, written by Will Hudson. Peter Ford on one string bass.

The Canglosi Cards, Jake Sanders and Tamar Korn and Miguel’s past gigs include opening the 2007 New Year’s Eve Show at the Grand Ballroom in Manhattan, Swing Out New Hampshire (’06, ’07,’08, ’09), the Washington D.C. Lindy Exchange (’08, 09’), The Big, Big, Event in Washington D.C. (’07).

Blues Harmonica

Jazz

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