Mingering Mike: Digging Up a Long-Lost Star Soul music fan Dori Hadar is addicted to soul music on old vinyl records. That obsession led him to the work of Mingering Mike, a soul superstar of the 1960s and 70s who released over 50 records in just 10 years.
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Mingering Mike: Digging Up a Long-Lost Star

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Mingering Mike: Digging Up a Long-Lost Star

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The album cover to Mingering Mike's 1973 soundtrack for the movie Hot Rodd. Courtesy: Mingering Mike hide caption

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The album cover to Mingering Mike's 1973 soundtrack for the movie Hot Rodd.

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You can hear music by Mingering Mike at MySpace:

The cover to Mingering Mike's A Tribute to Bruce concept album on Relations Records. Courtesy: Mingering Mike hide caption

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The cover to Mingering Mike's A Tribute to Bruce concept album on Relations Records.

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Mingering Mike's 45 for 'I'll Get It Together' on Decision Records. Courtesy: Mingering Mike hide caption

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Mingering Mike's 45 for 'I'll Get It Together' on Decision Records.

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