Michael Logan (bassist)

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Michael Logan is an American jazz bassist. He worked with, among others, Muhal Richard Abrams, Walter Bishop jr., Artie Simmons and the Jazz Samaritans, Clifford Jordan.[1]

In 1974 he collaborated with the Italian singer-songwriter and musician Giuni Russo, in writing her first album, Love is a woman (1975), entirely in English. In particular, he wrote the entire song Every time you leave.

DiscographyEdit

Songs written for other artistsEdit

  • 1975: Love is a woman for Giuni Russo (lyrics by Giuni Russo, music by Michael Logan), released on Love is a woman;
  • 1975: Everytime you leave for Giuni Russo (lyrics and music by Michael Logan), released on Love is a woman;
  • 1975: Carol for Giuni Russo (lyrics by Giuni Russo, music by Michael Logan), released on Love is a woman;
  • 1975: Suddenly I'm alone for Giuni Russo (lyrics by Giuni Russo, music by Michael Logan), released on Love is a woman;
  • 1975: Acting the part for Giuni Russo (lyrics by Giuni Russo, music by Michael Logan), released on Love is a woman;
  • 1975: Give me one reason for Giuni Russo (lyrics by Giuni Russo, music by Michael Logan), released on Love is a woman;
  • 1975: If you really wanna say goodbye for Giuni Russo (lyrics by Giuni Russo, music by Michael Logan), released on Love is a woman;

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