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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 7, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Black Top Records
  • ASIN: B0000003PT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #462,222 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Well, it's GARY, not Eric. Anyway....

A harp player and singer of immense power, talent, sensitivity, humor, originality and versatility. I sincerely wish I could have seen him perform. I feel very, very sad that he is no longer with us. I certainly do not know the details here, and I try to never judge people. Suffice it to say that the world misses Gary Primich, and we need more people like him. Apparently there must be some element of tragic blindness among some of these wonderfully gifted people, wherein they fail to fully realize the joy and pleasure they bring to so many of us. They deem themselves as broken or diminished, with nothing of value to offer. I don't know....I'm no psychiatrist. But one thinks of Billie Holliday....Danny Gatton.....Mozart....geniuses all, but gone way before their time.
But I am constantly amazed and knocked out by Gary's playing and singing, on all of his albums. He certainly knew his way around the harp. It's a simple instrument, actually very limited, but he was a person who truly took it in a new direction. You could instantly identify his style, whether he was playing country or amped. His amplified harp tone was way, way beyond great.....so powerful and full and rich. I hate to say that one or more of his disks are any better than the rest, but I do especially like both this one and Mr. Freeze. Each of his albums has a couple of original instrumentals which I'd put up there with anything by Little Walter or Rod Piazza. His shuffles?? No one rocked those power shuffles better either.
Here's to one of the greatest harpists of all-time, sadly underrated, overlooked and gone way, way too soon. Here's to you, my man!
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Gary Primich knows how to play his harmonica and play it well. That is evident from the opening track. He plays creatively without overplaying and dominating the music. His singing voice isn't powerful slam you against the wall blues belting. However, he seems to realize this and sings within his limits, so it works. The songs on the CD are well written with great lyrics. The CD has a very happy, upbeat feel to it. The musicians on it all get a chance to show their stuff at various points and they're talented folks. I've listened to this CD over and over again and It's one of my favorite Blues CDs. I highly recommend it.
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I knew from first listen this was a great album. Well written songs and great feel. Gary was one of the most proficient harp players, period. His tone/sound is unmatched. One of my favorite modern blues albums.
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almost as strong as his last incredible album, mr freeze, primich's newest starts off rocking and stays that way. primich has great new songs, sings wonderfully, does a killer imitation of sonny boy II, and also unleashes a harp style all his own, a breathy complex of chords and notes that will vibrate your head down to your feet. catch it here on the instrumentals "my home" and "varmint" in particular, and also on "what's it gonna be." he holds those chords so long you think time is standing still. master of syles, he also comes up with appropriate jazz licks for "ain't you trouble," and a grinding delta sound for "dry county blues." if you like blues harp, you need this.
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A great blues-album with the late Gary Primich!
Gone too soon! Thank God we have his music to listen to! Thanks!
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