Brendan Power - State Of The Harp album
Complete your Brendan Power collection.
Tracklist: 1. Dawn To Dusk, 2. Again And Again, 3. The Rights Of Man, 4. Deep C Groove, 5. New River Gorge, 6. God Bless The Child, 7. Jig Jazz, 8. Swamp Funk Thing, 9. Card Shark Shuffle, 10. King Of The Fairies.
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Andrew White (Guitar, Vocals) and Brendan Power (Harmonicas) became friends while living in Auckland, New Zealand. Both moved overseas and have achieved worldwide renown as brilliant solo performers and instrumentalists
POWER-CHROMATIC Brendan Power. My main choice on chromatic harmonica for improvising & jazz/pop since 1982. I first recorded with Power-Chromatic tuning in the mid-80s on an Auckland folk music compilation album, but my first solo album featuring it (with variations) was STATE OF THE HARP. I'm proud of that album. The production and all-round musicianship from Auckland's finest young players still stands up today, I think. It was also quite groundbreaking in terms of the harps I used, as it showcased several original tunings on half-valved chromatics and diatonics in a wide range of styles.
The harp is a stringed musical instrument that has a number of individual strings running at an angle to its soundboard; the strings are plucked with the fingers
Best from Brendan Power. The Rights of Man. 04:26.
USA International Harp Competition, Bloomington, Indiana.
Find Harp Players at musicalchairs - the world's leading online resource for classical music professionals. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatoire. Winner of Marettimo Jaz. ondon, London, United Kingdom. Ms Anna have been learning harp since age of 7 and inherited the richest European tradition of the instrumental performing. In the childhood she took the profound courses of harp playin. taly.
The T-Birds’ album is a swinging blues collection that drips with that big-time Texas feel. Well it would, wouldn’t it? Stevie Ray Vaughan’s brother is on gee-tar and Mike Buck is in his element behind the drum kit. As a teenager I had no idea who the Vaughan brothers were, or that Kim Wilson had been a disciple of George ‘Harmonica’ Smith. As far as the harp was concerned, it was all about the tone, the timing and the style I was hearing. Pocket Rocket’ is a prime example of all three. And it was all about cool. The former has been featured in a previous Harp Surgery post. To experience my first real taste of R&B with just one of these albums would have been acceptable I suppose. At that time I would have been none the wiser. But it would have been a one-legged existence. For any harp player and blues enthusiast from the UK, the two albums are somehow complimentary, of the moment and provide a comprehensive musical education
|A1||Dawn To Dusk|
|A2||Again And Again|
|A3||The Rights Of Man|
|A4||Deep C Groove|
|A5||New River Gorge|
|B1||God Bless The Child|
|B3||Swamp Funk Thing|
|B4||Card Shark Shuffle|
|B5||King Of The Fairies|
|TC-JAY-335||Brendan Power||State Of The Harp (Cass, Album)||Jayrem Records||TC-JAY-335||New Zealand||1990|
|CD-JAY-335||Brendan Power||State Of The Harp (CD, Album)||Jayrem Records||CD-JAY-335||New Zealand||1990|