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James Harman

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Article: Album Review

James Harman: Side Dishes

Read "Side Dishes" reviewed by Jim Santella


Compiled from twelve of James Harman's most recent CDs, which were originally released between 1981 and 2003, Side Dishes offers a good look at where he's at today. Singing and playing a mean harp, the bluesman packs a wallop into every performance. Based in Los Angeles, he continues to please local audiences just about all year ...

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Side Dishes

Label: Gulfcoast Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: (I Got) So Many Womens; Jump My Baby; Won

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News: Interview

Bluesman James Harman Interviewed at AAJ

Bluesman James Harman Interviewed at AAJ

James Harman is a senior member of the first wave of white American musicians who entered the blues during the 1960s, starting when he was only sixteen. With a pasted-on mustache, he was slipped into black night clubs in Panama City, Florida, promoted as “That boy who sings like a man." Within a year, he started ...

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Article: Interview

James Harman: Those Dangerous Gentlemens

Read "James Harman: Those Dangerous Gentlemens" reviewed by David King


James Harman is a senior member of the first wave of white American musicians who entered the blues during the 1960s, starting when he was only sixteen. With a pasted-on mustache, he was slipped into black night clubs in Panama City, Florida, promoted as “That boy who sings like a man. Within a year, he started ...


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