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Recorded over four days by two award-winning Canadian guitarists, In Good We Trust is neither flashy nor modest. Manx and Breit can play a multitude of stringed instruments — from National Steel to mandolin to a cigar box — with equal virtuosity, and the duo drive each other to perform at the excited edge of their abilities. But there are no undue fireworks, no unbecoming bursts of showing off here. Right from the onset of this duo’s second album together — their follow-up to 2003’s Jubilee — they’re at their interpretive best, rendering Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire” with a muted solemn menace before tackling their own noteworthy compositions (“Bottom of the Hill,” “Hang On”). Manx sings in the voice of a roadworn bluesman, croaking in the tradition of Greg Brown or the later days of former Kingston Trio singer John Stewart, the traditional “Death Have Mercy” fitting their form effortlessly.  Three instrumentals provide an extra outlet for these stringed-junkies to get their kicks, with the album’s closer “Sisters” providing a warm, subdued finale.

Customer Reviews

In Good We Trust Kevin Breit & Harry Manx

If you like Harry Manx, you will like this CD. Very tasteful instrumentation. Good Harry vocals. He sounds slightly raspier this time around. Harry & Kevin make a good duo.

Great original work, even on covers

Very disciplined, economical songs that take the scenic route, even on his cover of "I'm on Fire." He is a master of his instruments, especially the unusual Mohan Veena, which adds a raga-like touch to several of the songs on this and other albums. Highly recommended.


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 classic Indian ragas to create a distinctive sound. Manx, primarily a guitarist, who also plays harmonica and banjo, was born on the Isle of Mann and moved with his family to Canada. He left home in his teens to live in Europe, Japan, India and Brazil, carefully perfecting his compelling live show on streets and in cafes...
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