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Album Review

Fistful of Mercy is entirely too aggressive a name for the ramshackle trio of Ben Harper, Joseph Arthur, and Dhani Harrison, a group of neo-hippies whose respective circles conjoined so they decided to strum some acoustic guitars together and see what happened. What happened was a collection of nine pleasant folk-rock tunes tinged with a little blues and a lot of softly psychedelic twists reminiscent of Dhani’s dad, George. The melodies may recall the elder Harrison but the overall feel is uncannily CSN at their softest, the harmonies always gentle and the tempos never moving any faster than a lazy stroll. The mellow vibes are appealing in their own lackadaisical way.

Customer Reviews

Ben Harper side project

Ben Harper, Dhani Harrison (George's son) and Joseph Arthur and the Skateboard gods have set this band up from Rip City, Santa Monica, CA. This is a masterpiece. The harmonies are unreal, the music is soothing to the soul and it's true brilliance for 3 days of work!!! They need to get back in the studio and make more music. Love it.... You will not be disappointed.

Biography

Formed: February, 2010 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Featuring a three-part harmonies and a casual, folksy sound, Fistful of Mercy is a supergroup comprised of Ben Harper, Dhani Harrison, and Joseph Arthur. The band formed at the Carriage House studio in L.A., where the three songwriters convened in February 2010 for three inspired days of writing and recording. Taking cues from the collaborative approach of the Travelin’ Wilburys (which featured George Harrison, Dhani’s father), the trio worked at a fast pace, sharing vocal duties and handling most...
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