Jason Rosenblatt | Wiseman's Rag

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Wiseman's Rag

by Jason Rosenblatt

A twisted take on roots, blues and early jazz featuring genre-busting harmonica.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Wiseman's Rag
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2. Whazza!
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3. Modern Life Blues
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4. Cold Outside
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5. Fairmount Blues
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6. You'll Miss Me
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7. Waltz Querbes
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8. Last Plane Out
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9. C Harp Blues
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10. Hutchison
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11. Pocketful of Sorrow
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12. You'll Take the Highway
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13. Bay Mir Bist Du Mies
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Composer, producer, pianist, vocalist and harmonica player, Jason Rosenblatt is one of the world’s foremost harmonica innovators. A disciple of master Howard Levy, his performance on the unassuming instrument has helped to open new musical ground for the instrument long associated with “the blues,” into art forms as diverse as jazz, bluegrass, klezmer and Turkish music. On his latest recording, Wiseman's Rag, Jason returns to his blues roots. With hues of Jelly Roll Morton, Robert Johnson, Paul Butterfield and Professor Longhair, Jason's all original repertoire of blues, jazz and ragtime compositions are gritty but performed with good humour.

Jason Rosenblatt (harmonica, piano, vocals, B3), Joe Grass (guitar), Joel Kerr (bass), Evan Tighe (drums)

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