Jerry Murad's Harmonicats - The Harmonicats (1997)

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Name:Jerry Murad's Harmonicats - The Harmonicats (1997)

Infohash: E8AF21F919038A5226C64A53A0768F7EB50168EF

Total Size: 115.97 MB

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Last Updated: 2013-07-12 10:36:00 (Update Now)

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11 - Dance Of The Comedians.flac (Size: 115.97 MB) (Files: 21)

 11 - Dance Of The Comedians.flac

11.74 MB

 13 - Fantasie Impromptu.flac

11.12 MB

 01 - I'm Confessin' That I Love You.flac

10.75 MB

 10 - You Are Always In My Heart.flac

9.65 MB

 06 - Dardanella.flac

9.03 MB

 08 - Ritual Fire Dance.flac

9.01 MB

 07 - Valse Bluette.flac

8.64 MB

 09 - Peggy O'Neal.flac

8.63 MB

 04 - Rhapsody Boogie.flac

8.33 MB

 05 - If I Had My Way.flac

8.15 MB

 12 - Cat's Blues.flac

8.04 MB

 03 - September Song.flac

7.00 MB

 02 - Tea For Two.flac

5.00 MB


869.69 KB


25.78 KB


3.61 KB

 AMG Review.txt

1.63 KB

 AMG Bio.txt

1.10 KB


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This is the same torrent that was uploaded to Demonoid in September 2011.

Jerry Murads Harmonicats - The Harmonicats (1997)

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AMG Bio.txt
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Biography from All Music (by Richie Unterberger):

A harmonica trio with Jerry Murad on lead, Al Fiore on chording, and Don Les on bass, the Harmonicats had a massive number one hit in 1947 with Peg O My Heart, and remained popular through the 1950s, even getting a Top 20 album (Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White) as late as 1961. Applying their harmonica arrangements mostly to popular standards, their sound was unusual for that (or indeed any) era, achieving a full ensemble effect via instruments that are rarely used in tandem in popular music. Heard several decades later, their material undoubtedly has a dated novelty aspect -- they preferred sentimental tunes that can sound corny to later generations -- but can also sound fresh, due to the unusual instrumentation. The Harmonicats were still recording for Columbia in the late 60s and tried their hand at contemporary material like Blowin in the Wind and Get Off of My Cloud on their 1966 LP Whats New, Harmonicats?. The Harmonicats continued performing even after the Murads death in 1996.

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All Music Album Review (by Cub Koda):

This is a compact disc reissue of the Harmonicats first album, issued in the early 50s on the now-defunct RKO label and culled from various 78s the group recorded in the late 40s and early 50s for the even more defunct Vita label. It was on the tiny Chicago label that the Harmonicats came to national attention in the postwar era with their hit version of Peg o My Heart, their signature tune. The 13 tracks presented on this straight-up reissue are built on the sturdy commercial frame of that seminal hit, with Jerry Murads lead chromatic harmonica stating the melody while Al Fiore provides the solid chording and Don Les plays the bass runs and solo passages, all heard to great effect on Valse Bluette, Rhapsody Boogie, and You Are Always in My Heart. Murad, in particular, is highlighted on Dance of the Comedians and Cats Blues, both good showcases for his upper-range flights of fancy. Sticking very close to their live sound, the Harmonicats group blend is just barely embellished on these sides with a smattering of electric guitar and the occasional string bass providing support. The sound of the old Vita masters, using then-state-of-the-art live echo in spots to bottom-of-the-well dramatic effect, does give these tracks a somewhat muffled and raggedy sound (they were probably dubbed from 78 discs to make the original album), but the solid performances of Tea for Two, Peggy ONeil, September Song, Ritual Fire Dance, Wayne Kings Dardanella, and Fantasie Impromptu make this long missing-in-action album well worthy of reissue.

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Track List:

01. Im Confessin That I Love You
02. Tea For Two
03. September Song
04. Rhapsody Boogie
05. If I Had My Way
06. Dardanella
07. Valse Bluette
08. Ritual Fire Dance
09. Peggy ONeal
10. You Are Always In My Heart
11. Dance Of The Comedians
12. Cats Blues
13. Fantasie Impromptu

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