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Album Review

Harper, who grew up in Australia, is a menacing vocalist, an effective harmonica player, and a songwriter whose pieces have simple but effective messages. His music is on the rockish side of the blues without a single 12-bar blues being on this disc. Harper features an excellent guitar-driven backup band that fits perfectly with his vocals and harmonica. Highlights include "Do What Is Right," "Watch Your Back," "Just What You're Looking For," "Get Out Of This Mess" and "You Can't Hide." The main messages and plots of many of the songs are in their titles but there are some subtle surprises heard along the way. While all of the concise selections clock in between 3:21 and 4:35, the length seems optimal for each song. Harper says his piece without ever overstaying his welcome. His music is well worth exploring for collectors of modern rockish roots music.

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Reward your ears and your soul!!!!

Harper has done it again. If you've never heard of him, you have been missing music and lyrics in their purest form. Harper's music has a tribal spirituality that is easily conveyed to the listener. In a time of sellout and crossover music, Harper has stayed true to his roots and beliefs. Because of this, he brings life back to the blues, soul, and rock genre. Become a fan, your heart and soul will thank you!!!


Just saw them tonight in Topeka at Uncle Bo's....they are terrific! And not just because he sang Happy Birthday to my mom!!!!!! The songs on here are great and if you get a chance to hear them live JUMP at it, Harper is amazing and the band is great!!


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Peter Harper was born in Britain, but grew up in Perth in western Australia. Drawn to music, he started out in brass bands, playing both the trumpet and the euphonium, but soon fell in love with the blues harmonica, and the course of his future career was set. After moving to Melbourne, he began releasing a series of harmonica-based albums that also featured his soulful vocals and solid songwriting. Tears of Ice came first in 1994, followed by Yesterday Is Over in 1996 and Live at the Soup Kitchen...
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