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Mr. Breathe

by Bryn Scott-Grimes

A genre-bending textural journey through blues, jazz, hip hop, soul, and orchestral music all done with 4 harmonicas.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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Search "Mr.Breathe" on youtube or visit brynscottgrimes-dot-com to watch the music video for this single.

"Mr.Breathe" is an original instrumental harmonica composition by Bryn Scott-Grimes, produced by James Atin-Godden at Silverthorn Studios in Toronto, Canada.

A Note From the Composer:

As a child I was diagnosed with asthma, an illness which made me acutely focus on my breath for dear life, from time to time. I have many memories of having my head shoved into a humidifier or into the freezer, of having to carry those damn two-toned puffers around, of wheezing, doctor's visits, and of panicking when I couldn't inhale enough air to properly oxygenate my body. In grade 5, I had an attack that landed me in the hospital for a few days. It was serious. My classmates wrote me handwritten cards to encourage me in my recovery.

As an adult I have grown out of my asthma, partially from natural maturity but also from nearly a decade and a half of intense breath work. In my current physical state, I am often mistaken for a football player or a professional wrestler - I am a far cry from the gasping tot I once was. Through bodybuilding and playing the harmonica I have trained my lungs in a way that have forced them way beyond the limits they were once hardly capable of upholding even when I was just sitting still and doing nothing.

As a child, my mom had a nickname for me: Mr.B

Now that I'm all grown up, I've just added a few letters to the end of it ;)

Isn't it interesting how your greatest weakness can be converted into your greatest power?!



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