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Deak Harp - Clarksdale Breakdown (2014)
Artist: Deak Harp
Title Of Album: Clarksdale Breakdown
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Deak Harp
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues, Dirty Blues, Harmonica Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 64:16 Min
Total Size: 155 Mb


1. Mad Dog 2020 (Feat. Bill Abel)
2. If You're Ever In Clarksdale
3. Juke Jump (Feat. Bill Abel)
4. That's Alright
5. Delta Wind (Feat. Randy Da Bones Man Seppala)
6. Dirty Rosie (Feat. Bill Abel)
7. Up All Night
8. Bubba Blue (Feat. Randy Da Bones Man Seppela & Bill Abel)
9. Under The Bridge
10. No Hurry
11. Clarksdale Breakdown
12. It's Ok To Smile
13. Yellowhammer Breakdown
14. Ridin' The Rails

Deak Harp has been playing harmonica since he was 12 years old. His biggest early inspiration came when his brother introduced him to the music of James Cotton. Deak followed Cotton's band along the east coast for close to five years before Cotton offered Deak a job driving his van. For the next six years, Deak toured with the James Cotton blues band, eventually opening acts and playing along with "Superharp" himself.
Deak has since played with multiple bands and has shown his flexibility as a musician in the varying styles of his performances. From the classic blues standards, to Chicago blues, all the way to Mississippi Hill Country blues, Deak's repertoire continues to grow. Deak has spent time with the Deak Harp Band in its various forms throughout the years, the Kilborn Alley Blues Band (including a tour of London), and has played in states across the country. Deak has traveled in recent years with Big City Rhythm and Blues magazine, performing his innovative one-man show at festivals and events, including the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise in the Caribbean and the 2013 SPAH convention, where Deak played in front of hundreds of fellow harmonica players and was given a standing ovation by his audience.
Deak gets his unique sound by playing an amplified harmonica while simultaneously playing electric guitar or diddley bow, keeping rhythm with a snare drum and a stomp box, and singing his own vocals. Deak's latest move brought him to his new home in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Although his move was in summer of 2013, Deak frequented enough local events in the past ten years that many thought he was already a resident of the Delta.

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Tags: Clarksdale, Breakdown

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