b. Chicago, Illinois, USA. Mamet started playing piano at age five but was definately not being the only real person in his family members with innovative urges. His sibling, David Mamet, is really a mentioned playwright and screenwriter; another sibling, Tony, is really a rock and roll musician; and sister, Lynn, is really a screenwriter. After senior high school, Mamet went to Johns Hopkins University or college where he began monitoring law, but turned to the analysis of music, 1st at Peabody Conservatory, after that at Pepperdine University or college, and later in the Dick Grove College of Music. He performed professionally having a fusion music group, Panacea, then made a decision to concentrate on a profession like a composer, developing a music solutions company for this function. The business was Music Pac, where he was partnered by Kevin Klingler. Through this business, Mamet published music for tv shows and advertisements. He also made up music for several movies, including Necromancer (1988), Aftershock and Caged In Paradiso (both 1990). In the first 90s, Mamet shifted path, getting into the easy jazz field, carrying out and recording like a single pianist and in addition dealing with others, including saxophonists Gerald Albright and Eric Marienthal. He also documented in duo with fellow jazz pianist David Benoit on Activities In Jazz. Sketching stylistically from both classic as well as the modern jazz piano styles, Mamet has been successful in attracting a broad audience.
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|Caged in Paradiso||1990|
|The Jigsaw Murders||1989|
|Caged in Paradiso||1990||writer: "Living on a Thin Line"|
|Family Reunion||1989||performer: "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" / writer: "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"|
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