Chris Harper - Four Aces And A Harp  Blues | 320Kbps | 166MB
Artist: Chris Harper Title Of Album: Four Aces And A Harp Year Of Release: 2010 Label: Swississippi Genre: Blues / Harmonica blues, Chicago blues Quality: Mp3 Bitrate: 320kbps Total Time: 01:12:44 Total Size: 166mb WebSite: chrisharper
Tracks: 01. Hand Me Down My Cane 02. Down In the Bottom 03. Sloppy Drunk 04. I Smell Trouble 05. Blues is My Life 06. Next Time You See Me 07. Mojo Hand 08. You Make Me Fly 09. What's Wrong 10. Born In Arkansas 11. Don't Get Around Much Anymore 12. Forty Days and Forty Nights 13. Eyesight To the Blind 14. Evil is Going On 15. Long Distance Call 16. Digging My Potatoes 17. Worried Life Blues 18. Fattening Frogs For Snakes (Took Me a Long Time)
WILLIE “BIG EYES" SMITH (drums) BOB STROGER (bass) JIMMY BURNS, JOHN PRIMER (guitars/vocals) A series of seemingly mundane, but nonetheless life-changing experiences have lead Denver’s Kamtin Mohager (CGO1974) from dreams of playing in the NHL and the droning pulse of traditional Persian music to what may be the first shot signifying the rebirth of “New Pop”.
Citing influences like Tears For Fears and Talk Talk, Mohager leans toward the more progressive music of the 80’s, and its impact is abundantly clear. So, while “Stop!” and the rather epic “Hold On” hint at everything from LCD Soundsystem to Talking Heads, deep cuts like the synth-flecked “Don’t Walk Away” and bass-guided “Matter of Time” are shimmering power ballads that could have been on the soundtrack of Sixteen Candles or Pretty in Pink.
“Everyone lets loose at our shows,” says Mohager. “It’s a party, man. If only I had a dollar for every time someone bum-rushed the stage or grabbed one of our instruments.”
Things are bound to get more unhinged, too, as his live band—a quartet that’s a far cry from Mohager’s original iPod/bass setup—spends the next six months spreading the Chain Gang gospel far beyond its Rocky Mountain beginnings, playing with the likes of Caribou, The Faint, and Phantogram.