Hank Mowery | Account to Me

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Account to Me

by Hank Mowery

Every once in a great while, a recording comes along that shakes up a genre and begs to be trumpeted to the world...Account to Me is just such an album, a lovingly crafted, sonically ingenious tribute to legendary blues harmonica player Gary Primich.
Genre: Blues: Harmonica Blues
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1. Spend a Little Time
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2. Account to Me
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3. Put the Hammer Down
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4. If I Knew What I Know
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5. Banana Oil
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6. Tricky Game
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7. My Home
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8. Pray for a Cloudy Day
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9. Target
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10. That's No Way to Get Along
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Every once in a great while, a recording comes along that shakes up a genre, begs to be trumpeted to the world, and perks up the ears of normally aloof, dispassionate music critics. Account to Me is just such an album, a lovingly crafted, sonically ingenious tribute to legendary blues harmonica player Gary Primich, a friend and musical inspiration to Grand Rapids’ own Hank Mowery. A singer and harp virtuoso, Primich (who was raised in Indiana) left the world way too soon, dying of acute heroin intoxication at 49 in 2007. He also left behind a treasure trove of heartfelt music and some unfinished songs that Mowery – at the request of Primich’s family – completed as part of this brilliant collection of Primich originals, favorite blues covers and Mowery originals. The vintage, analog touch of Grand Rapids’ Goon Lagoon studio gives the project an authentic, retro sheen that perfectly showcases Mowery’s singing and tasteful harmonica explorations, not to mention the masterful musicianship of his Hawktones bandmates and guest guitarist Jimmie Stagger.


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