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8 thoughts on “ Corey Harris And Henry Butler - Vü-Dü Menz (CD, Album)

  1. jazz pianist, Type: Person, Gender: Male, Born: in New Orleans, Died: in New York, Area: United States.
  2. Corey Harris & Henry Butler: Corey Harris & Henry Butler - Vü-Dü Menz ‎ (CD, Album) Alligator Records: US: Sell This Version: Henry Butler: The Game Has Just Begun (Album) 2 versions: Basin Street Records: US: Sell This Version: 2 versions.
  3. Listen to music from Corey Harris & Henry Butler like If You Let a Man Kick You Once, Let 'Em Roll & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Corey Harris & Henry Butler. Vü-Dü Menz. Play album Popular this week If You Let a Man Kick You Once. 2 listeners 1 photo. Listeners. 2, Scrobbles. K. Play artist.
  4. Find album release information for Vu-Du Menz - Corey Harris, Henry Butler on AllMusic.
  5. Vu-Du Menzis more down-and-dirty than Butler’s past blues albums, no doubt because the pianist is teamed here with Corey Harris, the rootsy young guitarist, singer and blues rejuvenator. Rejuvenation is the word that best describes Vu-Du Menz, a collection of acoustic originals that possess a very traditional blues sound, but with modern lyrics.
  6. Vü-dü Menz, the new release by Corey Harris and Henry Butler is an album that both breaks stereotypes of the blues and also gets back to first principles. These two erudite musicians draw on their academic backgrounds and appreciation of traditional country and rural blues to make original music that sounds very much as if it is sixty or seventy years old.
  7. May 03,  · By I May. 3, On May 7, Rounder Records will releaseCorey Harris’ fourth studio album, Downhome miclidicsekareteterogliraci.coinfoed in Charlottesville, Va., and co-produced by Harris and frequent collaborator Jamal Millner, Downhome Sophisticate marks the blues-influenced singer/songwriter’s Rounder Records debut and first studio recording since ’s collaboration with pianist Henry Butler.
  8. Now, with vu-du Menz, Corey Harris and Henry Butler add another remarkable chapter to their still-evolving success stories. Together or on their own, Harris and Butler represent the best the new generation of acoustic blues - and New Orleans music - has to offer.

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