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Mikan Zlatkovich

"Mikan and I have played together on many occasions..He's a very good musician, but what I like most about him is his fire and spirit. He seems to truly have a grasp of the essence of jazz piano." -Charles Mcpherson "It's always a pleasure to watch Mikan perform. His consummate command of the keyboard allows him to express musical emotions with inventive ease."- Chuck Perrin "Those with a good ear for great jazz piano may hear the influences of Peterson, Tyner and Powell in Mikan's playing, but like the influences of Titian in a Rembrandt, what we have in Mikan is a Rembrandt,..it only looks like a Titian at first glance"-John Paul Jones An accomplished pianist with over a decade of professional experience playing both in Europe and the U.S., Mikan has shared the stage with jazz notables like Tony Scott, Clifford Jordan, Chet Baker, Ernie Wilkins, Ralph Pendland, Anthony Wilson, Willie Jones III and Charles McPherson

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L.A. Source Codes

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Forasteira; Above The Clouds; Be My Love; So in Love; Two for the Road; rains_of_change; La Cumbia de MacArthur Park; No. 1 Green Street; I Believe in You; It Ain't Necessarily So; You Stepped Out of A Dream

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Will Lyle: L.A. Source Codes

Read "L.A. Source Codes" reviewed by Kyle Simpler


For computer programmers, a source code is a piece of computer language, which they are able to read and transfer and put to use in a practical way. With his debut album, L.A. Source Codes, bassist Will Lyle makes a connection between this concept and jazz. As with computer programming, jazz has its own language, and ...

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Forasteira

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Duration: 05:41

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Come Together

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
Track listing: Come Together; Four Plus One; Moments Aren't Moments; The New jazz Funk; Poinciana; Play Me.

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Article: Album Review

Mikan Zlatkovich: Come Together

Read "Come Together" reviewed by Dee Dee McNeil


Although The Beatles' “Come Together" is a commercially apropos title for keyboardist Mikan Zlatkovich's premier CD, it's his original compositions that are the highlights. “Four Plus One" is upbeat and very funky, with Zlatkovich employing a Yamaha ES90X keyboard to punch the rhythm while singing a repeatable melody hook with his busy right hand. The trio's ...


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