Re: [Harp-L] James Cotton favorite ...new thread
I never saw him, but his "Live from Chicago - Mr. Superharp Himself" CD was
a HUGE early inspiration for me, and still a favorite harp CD of
mine......it's also probably the reason I continue to blow out reeds from
time to time.....
On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 9:01 AM, Rob Paparozzi <Chromboy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> Oh I loved Pianist Alberto Gianquinto, Matt Murphy....... he did have
> killer bands
> Rob Paparozzi
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> He had the most kickass bands in the late 60's for tours and live albums. I
> understand he still has this same philosophy today, but haven't seen him
> live in many years.
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> Subject: [Harp-L] James Cotton favorite ...new thread
> James Cotton is so great....during the early 60's ....like at the newport
> still his
> best work in MHO is on the recording " Muddy sings Big Bill Broonzy " .
> recording is unlike most other Harp playing. Light and delicous. Other
> which has this light country feel ....Cary Bell with Chicago Blues
> Alstars....and big W with same....Have youall loved it as I do ...or heard
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