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The musical partnership of singer/songwriter/guitarists Harry Manx and Kevin Breit is given a third outing on their duo album Strictly Whatever. The two play a variety of stringed instruments that includes, along with many different guitars, banjo, and mohan veena (Manx) and electric sitar, ukulele, and mandolin (Breit); Art Avalos provides percussion. Sometimes on these mostly self-written tunes, Manx and Breit create a ramshackle folk-rock sound somewhat reminiscent of Bob Dylan albums of the late '90s and early 2000s, notably on "Nothing I Can Do." That similarity is accentuated when Manx is singing in his gruff voice, though he can also suggest Mark Knopfler ("Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep"). The album is a low-key mixture of folk, country, and blues styles full of textured playing and interaction between the two guitarists, who have enough experience with each other to be comfortable trading licks throughout.

Biography

Born: Isle Of Man

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Multi-instrumentalist and composer Harry Manx has been described as an essential link between the music of the East and the music of the West. He fuses traditional blues with...
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Strictly Whatever, Harry Manx
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  • 95,00 kr
  • Genres: Blues, Music
  • Released: 24 May 2011

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