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Tony Miceli: Mallet Magic

Victor L. Schermer By

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Adam Unsworth, Excerpt This! (Self Published, 2006)
Tony Miceli, Meg and the Cliftones (Self Published, Spring 2006)
Tony Miceli, Tony Miceli (Self Published, 2003)
Tony Miceli, Looking East: The Philly 5 (Self Published, 2003)
Oliver Hutman, Band Shapes (RDC Records, 2002)


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