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Moving On - J.C. Burris - Blues Professor (CD)

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  1. Bernice Johnson Reagon included a superb a-capella version of J.C.'s "River of Life" in her first solo album and plans to bring more of the "Blues Professor's" songs to a wider, contemporary audience. J.C. Burris - vocals, harmonica, rhythm bones, hand slapping, and dancing with Mr. Jack.
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  3. The nephew of Sonny Terry, Johnny "J.C." Burris was also a blues harmonica player, though he didn't record too much. He is noted for his use of African rhythm bones, two sticks played like castanets that can be played off the harmonica.
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  5. Sep 16,  · Originally issued on the album "J.C. Burris:One Of These Mornings" (Arhoolie ) (LP) This recording taken from the CD "J.C. Burris:Blues Professor" Category.
  6. Blues Professor, an album by J.C. Burris on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. J.C. Burris Blues Professor Arhoolie The nephew of Sonny Terry and an obvious apostle of Terry’s vigorous, phonetic harp style, one-man performer J.C. Burris was just returning to full-time performing after years of recuperation from a crippling stroke when he cut these tracks in
  8. This is some basic blues harmonica that is absolutely great. Inside the CD booklet is a comment from Sonny Terry and he says about J.C Burris, if you didn't see him you would think it was me. A very fine compliment from another outstanding blues harmonica player. The songs are interwoven harmonica, some very nice vocals, hand-slapping and the 5/5(3).

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