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blog post Report A sweet review from Mahogany Folk

Reggie Miles
Posted on Nov 22, 2012 - 6:00 by Reggie Miles
I bumped into Jeff, from Mahogany Folk, a Seattle based music review site, via a post at another musical site, The Mudcat Cafe. He posted a note in the forum there looking for music to review. I directed him to some of my pages online and here's what he offered about my endeavors...

"Another Pacific Northwest musician, Reggie Miles has “Earthy vocals, finger pickin’ and bottleneck slidin’ on a homemade resophonic guitar blends with the rhythmic moans of harmonica, while foot stompin’ abounds.” I couldn’t agree more, and man does it sound good! I love the Modern Country/Blues sound, and the lyrcs… oh man!

You may have spotted Reggie down on Pike Place at the Market, and if you did you probably got an amazing show. Reggie has shared the stage with some very accomplished musicians such as John Lee Hooker, Clifton Chenier, Sunnyland Slim, Elizabeth Cotton, Delbert McClinton, Johnny Rivers, Lee Oscar, and even The Kingston Trio. He’s even done soundtrack work for a video game called Left 4 Dead 2. How cool is that? To make things even more interesting; Reggie is the foremost musical saw exponent in the Pacific Northwest. He is also known for crafting his very own resophonic guitars made from scraps and whatever else he finds at garage sales and swap meets.

He even has a bottleneck slide that is eye catching. Twice the size of a typical slide, it’s made from a marine propeller shaft bearing, another excellent garage sale find."

Check out Jeff's complete review at the following link http://mahoganyfolk.com/reggie-miles/

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