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Don 'Sugar Cane' Harris - Sugar Cane's Got The Blues (1972/2008)

29-12-2015, 04:07
Jazz | Rock | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Title: Sugar Cane's Got The Blues (Rem.)
Year Of Release: 2008 (1972)
Label: MPS Records, SPV [SPV 441022 CD]
Genre: Jazz-rock, Fusion, Electro
Quality: APE (image+.cue+.log) | Mp3
Total Time: 49:24
Total Size: 341 MB | 158 MB (Scans)

Harris was born and raised in Pasadena, California, and started an act called Don and Dewey with his childhood friend Dewey Terry in the mid 1950s. Although they were recorded by Art Rupe on his Specialty label, mostly utilizing the services of legendary drummer Earl Palmer, Don and Dewey didn't have any hits. However, Harris and Terry co-authored such early rock and roll classics as "Farmer John", "Justine", "I'm Leaving It Up to You", and "Big Boy Pete," all of which became hits for other artists.


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Don 'Sugar Cane' Harris (el-violin, vocal)
Volker Kriegel (el-guitar)
Terje Rydpal (el-guitar)
Wolfgang Dauner (keyboards, electronic devices)
Neville Whitehead (el-bass)
Robert Wyatt (drums)

Don 'Sugar Cane' Harris - Sugar Cane's Got The Blues (1972/2008)

Don 'Sugar Cane' Harris - Sugar Cane's Got The Blues (1972/2008)

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