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December 17, 1989 | MIKE BOEHM
If a musician wants to be heard, to forge a name that the music world knows, then it becomes necessary to reckon with the road. For those who have some years beneath their treads, who have to leave spouses and children at home, it can be a hard reckoning--but it is one that they continue to make so long as the dream of being heard remains too dear to give up. For others, young and free from family responsibilities, the road can be a path of unalloyed adventure and enchantment.
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May 5, 1997 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blues fans are about to get a fresh helping of "Extra Napkins," the James Harman Band album from 1988 that is one of the most acclaimed roots-music releases ever to come out of Orange County. The album--a romping and varied traditional-blues delight that sounds like a vital, long-lost session from the '40s or '50s--originally was released only on vinyl and cassette.
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May 5, 1997 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blues fans are about to get a fresh helping of "Extra Napkins," the James Harman Band album from 1988 that is one of the most acclaimed roots-music releases ever to come out of Orange County. The album--a romping and varied traditional-blues delight that sounds like a vital, long-lost session from the '40s or '50s--originally was released only on vinyl and cassette.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 17, 1989 | MIKE BOEHM
If a musician wants to be heard, to forge a name that the music world knows, then it becomes necessary to reckon with the road. For those who have some years beneath their treads, who have to leave spouses and children at home, it can be a hard reckoning--but it is one that they continue to make so long as the dream of being heard remains too dear to give up. For others, young and free from family responsibilities, the road can be a path of unalloyed adventure and enchantment.
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