Franklin, Harpe & Usilton | Hokum Blues

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Hokum Blues

by Franklin, Harpe & Usilton

Franklin, Harpe & Usilton perform 1920s and 1930s blues and ragtime in the Piedmont, Memphis and St. Louis guitar-duet style.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Eagle Ridin' Papa
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2. My Baby Comes to Me
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3. That Lovin' I Crave
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4. Ain't Going That Way
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5. Nobody Knows You (When You're Down & Out)
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6. That'll Be Alright
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7. I Know Something on You
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8. You'll Never Find Another Kanaka Like Me
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9. That'll Never Happen No More
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10. You Call That a Buddy?
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11. Travelin' Man
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Album Notes
Franklin, Harpe & Usilton perform 1920s and 1930s blues and ragtime in the Piedmont, Memphis, and St. Louis guitar-duet style. Rick Franklin and Neil Harpe provide the guitars and vocals and percussionist Rick Usilton plays an assortment of drums and washboards. The group has performed throughout the Washington DC metropolitan area at events such as the Washington Folk Festival, Northern Virginia Folk Festival, the DC Blues Society Blues Festival, and the Baltimore Blues Society, in addition to appearances at The National Portrait Gallery and various clubs and cafes.

* From the Lisa Walker Benefit Concert, "Well done Delta Blues with a wink and a grin, these guys are too much fun."

* From the 15th annual Washington Folk Festival, "This trio does love songs, leaving songs, been done wrong songs and dance tunes in the barrelhouse blues style."

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Bill Drake

Pure magic ride back to the good ole' days
First of this kind I've heard and I like it lots. Good sounds, great lyrics, fun to play over and over. If you want to try this style for the first time, this is the one to buy! Right mix of raspy blues sounds with great guitar playing. A winner in my book.
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Gerhard Pilcher

Great, must have, fun, old time blues
Gets played over and over in my house and in my car ... kids love it too. Great cover of mostly traditional blues with a sprinkle of more contemporary tunes. Fun, like you're at the gig, not studio polished.
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Frank Cahill

Great 20's and 30's blues...lots of fun!
The blues of the 20's and 30's isn't heard much these days. The CD, with plenty of these tunes, is great fun. Play it when you got 'da blues...you'll feel better.
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Robson Lelles

Oh man, those guys can play the blues!!!!
It's so good when music flows naturally from the heart. First time I played "That'll Never Happen No More" at home, my friends asked me to keep on playing it non-stop. They have never expected to listen to such an authentic stuff until then. You'd better listen to what I say: Those guys can play the blues!
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