Fish Ain't Bitin' (CD) ~ Corey Harris (Artist) Cover Art

Frankie And Johnnie

By: Corey Harris

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Corey Harris Artist Snapshot:

One of the most genuinely progressive contemporary bluesmen, Colorado-born Corey Harris is nonetheless heavily influenced by the acoustic, country blues sounds of traditional performers like Mississippi John Hurt, Mance Lipscomb, etc. What makes his work truly exceptional is the way he incorporates funk, rock, and New Orleans R&B without ever sacrificing the integrity of his musical vision. A degree in anthropology also led Harris to travel to Cameroon and explore the African roots of blues. This made him a natural for inclusion in the Martin Scorsese-produced 2003 documentary THE BLUES, which helped to considerably raise Harris's profile.

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DISC 1 for Fish Ain't Bitin' Album By Corey Harris iTunes
1   High Fever Blues Buy Buy
2   Frankie And Johnnie Buy Buy
3   Berry Owens Blues Buy Buy
4   Take Me Back Buy Buy
5   Fish Ain't Bitin' Buy Buy
6   Preaching Blues Buy Buy
7   Bumble Bee Blues Buy Buy
8   God Don't Ever Change Buy Buy
9   50 Blues Buy Buy
10   Mama Got Worried Buy Buy
11   Worried Life Blues Buy Buy
12   High Fever Blues (solo) Buy Buy
13   Jack O'Diamonds Buy Buy
14   If You Leave Me Buy Buy
15   Moosemilk Blues Buy Buy
16   You've Got To Move Buy Buy
17   Clean Rag Buy Buy

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Performing the old standard "Frankie and Johnnie" with an acoustic guitar is hardly a radical step in blues, but this young singer-songwriter is much more than a revivalist. Using tuba accompaniment on the opening "High Fever Blues" and covering obscurities like Memphis Minnie's "Bumble Bee Blues," the Denver-born Harris finds new spirit in traditional blues on his second album. He has the sort of effortless bluesman's voice that gave forebears Robert Johnson, Charley Patton, and Muddy Waters their depth and spirit, so we can feel the worry in "Mama Got Worried" and the fear in "If You Leave Me." --Steve Knopper

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