ORIGINAL Jazz Tunes Composed by Jimmy Miller & Cy Green
We seek Recording Artists in need of NEW TUNES!
Looking for something different? We may have it!
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Hooray for the Non - PerformingSongwriters. They were once the cream of music and have produced most of the Great American Songbook. Bring them BACK! Enough of the POP singer/writer era. It's turned into mush, dribble, predictability and regurgitation.
SONG MEDLEY All these tunes have LYRICS.
1) Things Ever Splendid (One With Our Lord)
2) When We Move In Our Dance (Music Track-Melody Out!)
3) Why Is Love Blue?
4) My Joanne (Vocal)
5) Why Do I Feel this Way?
6)) Come Back Sweet Jesus! (Vocal)
JIMMY MILLER & CY GREEN
32 years of collaboration
They are Chicago natives who are self-taught and came up the hard way. Some of their DEMO songs have been played on the radio and performed in public. Three of their songs were published in 1993. Major Jazz vocalists have shown interest ... But that one artist (group) that could really put them on the map has eluded them.
Chasing the American Songbook
Jim & Cy were heavily influenced by JAZZ musicians, and the GREAT music from the past from other genres. They have something that can be added to today's scene.Their roots are traditional with a new twist! The fact is, it is extremely rare when writers who do not perform, can also come up with original Jazz 'Heads' worthy of looking into.
FREE Lead Sheets sent on request.
If you are interested in performing and/or recording any of their tunes, you will deal directly with them. They are signed to no one and own all copyrights.
Our problem with music publishers was, they didn't know what Genre to place our songs. This is not hard complex stuff, and most tunes have LYRICS. We prefer to deal directly with the Artist. If you are a publisher who has a "solid in" with Jazz people, we'd consider signing contracts again... but man, time is running out for us. We've been there and done that.
Cy Green: COMPOSER/LYRICIST
" A hurt and an emptiness started it all."
These DEMOS are more than enough to entice any seasoned PRO or song PRODUCER to wanna' do them.