Blues Traveler

Blues Traveler

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Blues Traveler's loose jam structures on basic blues riffs mark them as a band in the tradition of such predecessors as the Grateful Dead. Unlike that communal effort, however, this group has a distinct focal point in virtuoso harmonica player and vocalist John Popper, who

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Blues Traveler's loose jam structures on basic blues riffs mark them as a band in the tradition of such predecessors as the Grateful Dead. Unlike that communal effort, however, this group has a distinct focal point in virtuoso harmonica player and vocalist John Popper, who keeps things from meandering too much.

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Release Date:
05/18/1990
Label:
A&M
UPC:
0075021530829
catalogNumber:
5308
Rank:
71911

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Blues Traveler 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It is impossible to be a Blues Traveler die-hard or even a bandwagon jumper after the ultra-popular record "Four" without owning this band's self-titled debut. Chan Kinchia's guitar provides a hard-driving strength that complements John Popper's quirky harmonica perfectly. You simply cannot understand the growth of Blues Traveler as a band without seeing this beginning. Make sure you listen to the seemingly orchestral crescendo of "Just Wait."
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