juke on piano

sitting here listening to an advance copy of the expanded version of muddy 
mississippi waters live.  in the middle of a romp called "pinetop's boogie 
woogie" (the band temporarily being fronted by pianist pinetop perkins), pinetop 
launches into the first twelve bars of "juke".  sounds cool.  
jerry portnoy plays fine harp elsewhere in the song, and really, throughout 
the whole set.  still, it's amazing how much better he is now.  like kim 
wilson, portnoy's harp playing has gotten deeper, more individual over the years.

steven j gatorman

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