Dave Mathis / Steve Cameron | Blues Police

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Jazz: Ragtime Folk: Folk Blues Moods: Type: Acoustic
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Blues Police

by Dave Mathis / Steve Cameron

Guitar/harmonica duo in a tradional style with an electrical edge to it.
Genre: Jazz: Ragtime
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1. My Babe
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3:17 album only
2. You talk to mean
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3:38 album only
3. The wolf
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3:23 album only
4. Goin' away baby
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4:23 album only
5. Harold's Request
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3:19 album only
6. St. James Infirmary
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5:10 album only
7. Smiling on A windy Day
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3:33 album only
8. Hey Hey Baby
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4:31 album only
9. Speckle Head Rag
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2:52 album only
10. It Ain't Right
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3:28 album only
11. The Sprawl
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2:40 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Blues Police is a dynamic duo of award-winning harmonica player Dave Mathis and the melodic slide of Steve Cameron. Dave & Steve have played professionally for over 30 years in rock, blues, & country bands. Steve and Dave are both "Muddy Award Winners" for Best Traditional Blues Band in 1995 & 1996. They are for the most part instrumentals that evoke a sense of the Mississippi Delta. "The Blues Police" is an acoustic blues album you just can't afford to miss.


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Craig

moments that sparkle
I would actually place this between 3 & 4. That said, this CD strikes a happy medium between the dense distortion of amplified harmonica and the open spaciousness of strummed acoustic guitar. The combination works quite well, though more variety in the arrangements would be a nice plus. The better tracks for me include "You Talk Too Mean", "Hey, Hey Baby" and "It Ain't Right", the latter being interesting because it sounds like the guitar has a capo on it, which puts the total harmonic feel in the mid-to-high range. Thus, the lack of a deeper vibrating bass in this particular song is unique & appealing. All in all, especially enjoyable for those who play this particular blues style, although I would like to know more detail about specific instruments/amps/mics used.

staticmerry

RAW BLUES
With a sound traditional and contempoary the BLUES POLICE will not let you down. GREAT BUY

Michael

play it loud
I played this for a friend that does not like blues and now is a fan of these two .....open the windows and play it loud....great blend of harmonica and guitar....