Jack Mittleman Interview and Performance on The Time Machine
Singer-songwriter Jack Mittleman was a guest on The Time Machine. He discussed his debut album "Ashen Grey" and brought along his guitar to share a few performances for the radio audience.
Legendary artist Klaus Voormann, who designed the album cover for The Beatles "Revolver", drew the album's artwork for "Ashen Grey".
Above Photo: Alan White, Jack Mittleman and Klaus Voorman
Below Photo: Joni Mitchell, Jack Mittleman and Irma Schultz
The talented Montreal artist left his homeland and spread his musical joy around the world including America, England and Europe. He composed and produced his album in his Sweden where he now resides.
Above Photo: Jack Mittleman, Gregg Bissonette, Alan White and Ringo Starr
Below Photo: Woody Harrelson, Michael McCartney and Jack Mittleman
The Time Machine Crew were honored to have Jack in our studios not only perform live but also share his musical influences behind the songs on his album. "Ashen Grey" is an album filled with strong melodies and arrangements that evoke the sixties and seventies music with a lyrical content that grabs your attention. Swedish recording artist Sandra diAmante joins Jack on the album for a vocal blend that is pure pop bliss. His album can easily be obtained via iTunes, CD Baby and Amazon.
Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include Rusty Anderson, Anny Celsi and Meiko.
Below Video: "Diamond In The Rough" from Jack Mittleman
Below Video: Jack Mittleman with Alan White and Friends performing "Tomorrow Never Knows" in Stockholm's Nalen Theater in Sweden for an evening celebrating the words and music of John Lennon on October 9th, 2006. Jack was the host and musical director with drummer Alan White (Plastic Ono band) and many other guest artists.
Below Video: Jack Mittleman performs John Lennon's "Beautiful Boy"
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