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01 – On The Move [05:07]
02 – Mystery [02:56]
03 – Kick Myself [04:10]
04 – Complicate [03:10]
05 – Sonic Breakdown [04:35]
06 – Always There For Me [03:54]
07 – Buckeye Rag [04:24]
08 – Peaceful Man [02:44]
09 – I Like A Woman [04:05]
10 – Sinkin’ In Love [03:04]
11 – Worst Enemy [03:56]
12 – Down In New Orleans [03:23]

Joe Filisko – harmonica, vocals
Eric Noden – guitar, banjo, vocals
Beau Sample - upright bass

 

“Two marvelous musicians who have captured not only the sounds but the emotional spirit of some of the richest bloodlines of American music.” — Kim Field, author of Harmonicas, Harps, and Heavy Breathers

 

Joe Filisko gets a wide variety of sounds from his harmonica including soaring melodies and driving percussive rhythms. He can make his harp cry, flutter, sing or sound like a train from one moment to the next. He is known around the world both as a player, historian and as a customizer of this often misunderstood instrument.

Filisko’s customized Marine Band harmonicas have been played by many world renowned artists including Charlie Musselwhite, Kim Wilson, Billy Boy Arnold and Wade Schuman of Hazmat Modine. Joe is endorsed by the HOHNER harmonica company USA. In addition to his recordings with Eric Joe also has a new CD of classic harmonica material coming out entitled “The History of Blues Harmonica”.

 

Eric Noden sings, shouts and stomps while conjuring old spirits from the strings of his acoustic guitar. Varying his approach from song to song, Noden draws from a deep well of American music that fuels his high energy performing style. His right hand thumb often lays down a driving bass figure that weaves around intricate melodic parts played with his fingers. This style, favored by early bluesmen like Charley Patton and Blind Blake is rarely used by modern guitar players and difficult to capture.

Noden is known as a performer, historian and teacher of early blues music and has also starred in the musical theater productions “Grafton City Blues” and “Fire on the Bayou”. In addition to his recordings with Joe Filisko Eric has released three solo CDs “55 Highway”, “Midwest Blues” and “The Original” on the Diving Duck record label. ---cdbaby.com

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Joe Filisko & Eric Noden - Missed Train Blues (2012) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/2086-joe-filisko-a-eric-noden/13989-joe-filisko-a-eric-noden-missed-train-blues-2012.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/2086-joe-filisko-a-eric-noden/13989-joe-filisko-a-eric-noden-missed-train-blues-2012.html Joe Filisko & Eric Noden - Missed Train Blues (2012)


1. Bird Song
2. Waterfall
3. If You Call Out
4. Fat Cats & Thin Dogs
5. Missed Train Blues
6. The Grind
7. Love Gone Bad
8. Ballad of the Peg Leg
9. Live Every Day
10. Titan's Blues
11. Travelin' Shoes
12. Roo Chase (Jumpin' Joey)

Joe Filisko – harmonica
Eric Noden - guitar

 

Just a few short years after their first meeting, Filisko and Noden are displaying their compelling musicality on the world stage. They’ve performed at the legendary Chicago Blues Festival, the Paramount Blues Festival in Grafton, Wisconsin (where some of the greatest of the early blues recordings were made); Sweden’s Eslov Blues Festival; and the Festival Ecaussines in Belgium. The duo also recorded the theme song for the “Sweet Folk Chicago” on the legendary Chicago radio station WFMT. Joe and Eric are expert practitioners of harmonica and guitar styles that defined the blues in its earliest days but are now all too rarely heard. Both of these standout performers also teach and make it a point to share the insights they’ve gained from two lifetimes of deep research into the history of the music. For several years the city of Trossingen, Germany—the home of the Hohner harmonica company—has invited Filisko and Noden to conduct master workshops, and the pair has also offered joint workshops and performances at Australia’s Playmakers Festival, the Harmonicales Festival in France, and at the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago.

Joe Filisko and Eric Noden’s stellar debut recording, “Live,” pays homage to the deepest of those fabled blues traditions, but they are no stuffy traditionalists intent on recreating the recordings of past masters. Their latest recording, “I.C. Special,” features 15 knockout original tunes that demonstrate how they are using their mastery of classic styles to create an exhilarating, new approach to the blues. The recordings of Filisko and Noden document their joint journey from total immersion in the richest and most complex classic blues stylings to vibrant, original, 21st-century music that moves the blues forward. Each performer brings unique qualities to the duo. --- rootsduo.com

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