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Corey Harris burst onto the scene in 1995 with his debut recording Between Midnight and Day, an acclaimed exploration of acoustic, rural blues styles. His musical approach also encompasses New Orleans funk, reggae and, especially, African guitar styles. In his film, “Feel Like Going Home,” Martin Scorcese documents Corey's musical visits to Malian master musician Ali Farka Touré, a collaboration that became part of Corey's groundbreaking CD Mississippi to Mali.His other albums include Fish Ain't Bitin', Greens From the Garden, Downhome Sophisticate and Vu-Du Menz, recorded with piano legend Henry Butler.
Corey's most recent release is Daily Bread (2005).
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