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Meeco (composer/producer)

Meeco (born in Berlin, Germany on May 2, 1976) is a jazz producer and composer based in Paris, France and Berlin, Germany. He has worked and recorded with jazz greats such as Benny Golson, Ron Carter, Hubert Laws, Kenny Barron, Buster Williams, Freddy Cole, James Moody, Bennie Maupin, Eddie Henderson, David “Fathead” Newman, Lionel Loueke, Romero Lubambo, Vincent Herring, Victor Lewis, Jaques Morelenbaum, Cedar Walton, Charlie Mariano, Stefon Harris, David Friedman and many others, but also with Hip Hop artist Talib Kweli.

Meeco has released four albums. In the year 2015 he released "Souvenirs of love" on the established Jazz label "Double Moon Records". Critics consider this album to be his best work so far. Amargo Mel (2009) and Perfume e Caricias (2010) came out on German label Connector and on US label Spectra Jazz. His third album Beauty of the Night (released in April 2012) features performances by Brazilian singer Eloisia (Nouvelle Vague), Freddy Cole, Joe Bataan, Gregory Porter, Lionel Loueke and Jane Birkin. In 2002, Meeco wrote a song for the major German motion picture Soloalbum directed by Gregor Schnitzler.