8 thoughts on “ Sweet Man Moses - Jo Harman - Dirt On My Tongue (CD) ”

  1. Like Joss Stone and Amy Winehouse, Jo Harman is an English girl who can really sing the blues. "I Shall Not Be Moved" and "Sweet Man Moses" are exquisite examples. Many of the songs on this record are sad but not dark, with the exception of James Maddock's "Fragile," which is flat-out tragic/5(24).
  2. Apr 06,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jo Harman - Dirt On My Tongue at Discogs. Complete your Jo Harman collection. Sweet Man Moses: Underneath The River: Year; CHIEF Jo Harman: Dirt On My Tongue ‎ (CD, Alb) The Big Chill Label: CHIEF UK: Sell This Version: VVNL Jo Harman: Dirt On My Tongue /5(12).
  3. Mar 09,  · Like Joss Stone and Amy Winehouse, Jo Harman is an English girl who can really sing the blues. "I Shall Not Be Moved" and "Sweet Man Moses" are exquisite examples. Many of the songs on this record are sad but not dark, with the exception of /5.
  4. Feb 07,  · Jo Harman -- Vocals Mike Davies -- Acoustic guitar & backing vocals Steve Watts -- Piano Phil Mulford -- Double bass Martin Johnson -- Brushes and drums.
  5. Dirt on My Tongue, an Album by Jo Harman. Released 29 March on Big Chill (catalog no. CHIEF LP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock.
  6. If you have seen Jo Harman live you will have definitely the heard the next track; Sweet Man Moses. You can do nothing but stop whatever you are doing and listen to the intensely personal wrought lyrics in which Harman sings of the tragic loss of her father and the clear support given to her sibling brother/5(29).
  7. Her second album, Dirt on My Tongue, was released in Harman's song to her father, "Sweet Man Moses", was nominated as best composition at the British Blues Awards and this was followed by "Worthy of Love" being nominated in the same category the following year, together with a "Best Female Singer" nomination.
  8. Amazing début CD, there are some albums you listen to and say – that’s nice upload onto you MP3 player and never care whether you hear it again, Jo Harman’s, ‘Dirt on Your Tongue’, is MOST definitely not one of those. It is a beautifully constructed CD that works well listening in order and the individual tracks stand out when played as part of a random stream.

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