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Steve Guyger - Last Train To Dover (1997)

15-02-2014, 20:08
Music | Blues

Steve Guyger - Last Train To Dover (1997)

Artist: Steve Guyger
Title Of Album: Last Train To Dover
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: Blues Leaf Records
Genre: Chicago Blues, Harmonica Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 47:30
Total Size: 122 Mb
Covers: Full

01. Catfish Blues (4:50)
02. Honeydipper (3:16)
03. That's Right (4:08)
04. John Henry (3:06)
05. Blues From The Darkside (6:22)
06. Sunny Side Of Love (3:47)
07. Love Is A Gamble (3:38)
08. The Philly Shimmy (3:05)
09. Come Back Home Baby (2:52)
10. Don't Need You Runnin' Around (2:36)
11. Walkin' Blues (2:43)
12. Jumpin @ The Showplace (3:11)
13. Dover Express (3:48)

Philadelphia is home to one of the finest blues harp players in the world, much to the surprise of people not “inside” the blues scene. Over the past thiry-plus years, Steve Guyger with his band, The Excellos, has been dishing out some of the finest blues to be heard anywhere. Steve has toured with the late Jimmy Rogers, among others, and has played with many of the great Chicago bluesmen and contemporary players, yet he remains one of the best kept secrets in blues. The late William Clarke called Steve “the best harp player I’ve ever seen.” Mark Hummel called him “a monster player.” If you have heard Steve play, you know what they’re talking about. If you’ve never heard him, you’re missing a major page in your blues portfolio.

Steve began playing harp back in the late 60’s on a harmonica given to him by his future sister-in-law. Sometime later, his brother turned him on to Paul Butterfield. Steve’s passion for the blues harp took him to Chicago to learn at the feet of the masters of the art. Each trip taught him skills that he brought back to the local bands in which he paid his dues. Steve has shared the stage with the greats in Chicago and the contemporary harp players touring the world today, names like Little Sammy Davis, Carey Bell, Rick Estrin, Rod Piazza, Kim Wilson, Mark Hummel, Charlie Musselwhite and many others. His playing, vocals, songwriting and stage presence have earned him a place among the best of the players on stage today.

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