Doug Harvey

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Pop - General | Lakewood, Ohio, United States
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Stolen Moments - First Take

2008

Stolen Moments "First Take" is an album of eight jazz classics performed by Paul Hunkins on piano, Doug Harvey on bass, and Chris Vandall on drums...

George Foley - By George

2013

Over many years of playing the piano professionally, I have been fortunate to play music I like much of the time. When playing solo, I enjoy...

Missed The Train

Missed The Train is a collection of songs written over the last ten years or so with a country feel.

Old Enough To Know Better

You're a little over 40 and a little bit overweight. But you're not dead yet, and - hey! - the Rolling Stones are still doin' it.

These...

Mostly Blue

There's a saying that the blues had a baby and they called it rock n' roll. If you play rock n' roll, sooner or later you play a lot of blues, and if...

Stewart & Stuart

Back in the late 20th century Todd Stuart and I crossed paths a couple of times, first on a radio show which he was producing and then in a musical...

Swamp Yankee

I've always had a special affinity for country music in all it's flavors, from bluegrass to western swing and everything in between. It's not just...

Swamp Yankee

Country - Traditional

I've always had a special affinity for country music in all it's flavors, from bluegrass to western swing and everything in between. It's not just the lyrics, which are usually direct, descriptive, humorous, and down-to-earth, but also the form and the sound of country music. Even though I'm from the Boston area, I believe country music has more to do with being from the sticks, no matter what part of the country you happen to live in. In the South country people are called rednecks because they work outside on the farm in the hot sun and their necks get all red and leathery from the burns. While that can happen up North, the term for downscale white folks that live in the country by the ocean is "swamp yankee", because the live in the marshes and swamps - the lower ground, as it were. The rich folks live on the hill in the "heights " and the poor folk live down below. Swamp Yankees live in the low country and work with their hands. Folks that work hard, live close to the poverty line on either side, and struggle to make sense of it all are the folks that like country music. This record is for these folks.

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