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Rich Harper Blues Band - Don't Think Just Play

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 1997
Time: 39:45
Size: 91,5 MB
Label: Kanawha Street Records
Styles: Blues/Blues Rock
Art: Full

Tracks Listing:
 1. No More - 3:15
 2. I Love The Woman - 4:41
 3. Blue Eyed Blues - 3:51
 4. Color Me Gone - 3:05
 5. She's On Her Way Up - 4:35
 6. Get Out Of My Life, Woman - 4:09
 7. The Thrill Is Gone - 5:25
 8. Just As Well - 3:41
 9. Hands Off - 3:58
10. Guitar Rag - 3:02

This debut from the Rich Harper Blues Band starts off with a punch, kicking into a high-energy groove that barely lets up until the last track. Harper's lead guitar work is solid throughout; his playing on "I Love the Woman" and "She's on Her Way Up" is particularly confident and evocative. While the band's cover of "The Thrill Is Gone" doesn't offer anything new in the way of interpretation, it's well played, and by the time the CD reaches "Hands Off" you get the sense that you've just spent the night in a particularly good, out-of-the-way blues club and that this is the last song. "Guitar Rag" seems to be almost an afterthought, what one might hear after the sound system's been turned off, the lights have come up, and the chairs are all back on the tables. --Genevieve Williams

Don't Think Just Play

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