Fifty per cent of the top half of the doubles draw is British, including all five of those players. Paire will now try to translate that success to grass, after losing his opening grass-court match of the year to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Halle last week. Dzumhur was last year coming into Antalya, but he pulled himself up to a 50 per cent success rate for the season and a career-high ATP Ranking of No. This year, the World No.
Two of those his final losses came in the first two editions of the Turkish Airlines Open Antalya.
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Mannarino owns 48 career wins on grass, which is the 10th-most of players ranked inside the Top of the ATP Rankings. Thompson owns a record this season, a huge improvement from , where he claimed one victory from 12 tour-level encounters.
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What do I refer to when stating triple threat? DuFresne has been voted best vocalist, songwriter and harmonica player more than any other artist by the Washington Washington State Blues Society. Mark is an innovative harp player especially on the big chromatics , a phenomenal singer and a gifted, insightful songwriter and lyricist. Mark was born in KC, Missouri a few years back, and didn't take up the harmonica until into college.
Once he started playing blues harp he was hooked, spending a number of somewhat nomadic years playing and living in different parts of the U.
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S, eventually settling in Seattle around If considered a late bloomer on his instrument of choice, consider that he didn't start singing professionally until he was 27 years old! The next 15 years or so were devoted to a period of serious musical wood shedding, concentrating more on song craft around Mark began singing and playing harp as a member of Roomful in , parting with Roomful and returning to Seattle in Handy award for Best Band.
While definitely a group effort, Mark's abilities contributed heavily toward that success. Wailin' --This rockabilly inspired rave-up kicks the CD off in fine style. Boogie piano is featured not sure of the player, as the musicians are not broken out by songs performed on in the liner notes , and Mark works his way through a good part of his vocal range in one song, including a very cool slide from high, smooth tenor to rough, raw grit during the choruses. For an added kick, the song fades out as a killer Scotty Moore-styled guitar solo plays out. Thirty-Three Ways --This one is a more moody piece, featuring some beautiful harmonica work, righteous rhythm work and talk-sing vocals from Mark.
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The clever, humorous lyrics humorous if you're not on this lady's bad side detail what can happen to men who cross her — "33 ways to ice me, 33 ways to make me go away, 33 ways to slice me…" you get the picture! The moral of this clever tale — you better watch who you talk smack to, as it's a small world out there; you never know who's listening — or who knows who! Nature Will Eat You --What a great song! This is definitely a feature piece of the CD, primarily due to the lyrical content and delivery Mark's harp work isn't too shabby, either.
Tongue in cheek…maybe, but with more than a bit of truth thrown in for good measure.
Additionally, the more I listen to this CD the more apparent the high quality of the piano playing becomes — so kudos to Mike Kalanj and Willie MacCalder! The Devil Will Get His Due --This is a fiery rockin' blues with a great sound and phenomenal harp playing from Mark, but don't let that make you miss the real message contained here.
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The devil will put those temptations out there, and there's One sure way to avoid them; you gotta pay attention to that Man upstairs — keep those receptors open! This tune contains some of the most inventive paraphrasing of the 10 Commandments I've heard. Salt Mines --This mid-tempo tune has a back porch feel, with Mark playing acoustic harp while the rhythm section is working upright bass and brushed drums.
This song prominently features Mark's harmonica playing always a good thing and electric piano a Rhodes possibly? Laughed More Than We Cried --In a nice bit of sequencing, we have a beautiful slow blues here, one that allows Mark to truly show off his vocal chops. If you haven't heard of Mark DuFresne before reading this review, by know you are aware that this man is one of the best singers out there, period. Little Lady --This is an instrumental cut, the only one on the album by the way, and the tune allows Mark to show off his instrumental chops.
He's a heck of a harp player, folks!
Just Enough --Very nice!
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