Mark Furman Band | Clap Along With MFB

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Clap Along With MFB

by Mark Furman Band

Blues-based guitar trio with funk, r&b and reggae rhythms, with some of Philly's best singers as guest artists.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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1. I'll Be Missing You
4:26 album only
2. Transit Man
6:16 album only
3. Coffee Cup
2:47 album only
4. One Foot On the Highway
9:09 album only
5. Da Ba Da
5:25 album only
6. Transportation Blues
3:16 album only
7. El Paso Sky
5:05 album only
8. I Heard You Bought a Gun
3:33 album only
9. Last Minute Cuica
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10. Spanish Rose
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11. Hot Tamale Man
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12. No More Men
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13. King Paul
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Album Notes
The Mark Furman Band has been around the Philly-area blues scene for over 10 years. The guitar trio draws on blues, funk, R&B, and reggae, putting on an energetic and fun live show. The band’s latest CD, Clap Along with MFB, was released on November 22, 2003. It showcases the band’s musical diversity as well as some of Philly’s great singers—Sister Blue, John Bishop, and Shakey, to name a few.

Mark Furman has been playing telecaster guitar in various bands for 25 years. His credits include Crossharp Sharp’s Blues Review, the Sister Blue Band, Alicia, and the Tough Luck Band.



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