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Harlan T. Bobo


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The new Americana. Dylan meets Waits meets lost love by the railroad tracks. Backed by members of the Reigning Sound, F*ck and Viva l’American Deathray Music, and recorded at Easley McCain Studio, Harlan’s record has already been hailed as the best Memphis record of the last five years by the Memphis Flyer. And rightfully so- it’s a purely, perfectly American album, wide open and alone with touches of melancholy, paranoia, loneliness, despair and simple hope coloring every little moment. Love will do that to you.

“Too Much Love” garnered the highest rated song of the week on NPR’s “All Songs Considered”


Marlan Z. Bobo


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  • slums69

    i love his song "perfect day" which was on a latest weeds episode ;)

    16 Aug 2011 Reply
  • Allaaan

    Weeds soundtrack is f*cking brilliant! And he's amazing.

    14 Aug 2011 Reply
  • crw6291

    and your NYE show last night changed my life, brother.

    1 Jan 2011 Reply
  • crw6291

    you are the fucking man.

    1 Jan 2011 Reply
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  • degraff19er

    I've got [user]triplesiks to thank for my discovery of this man. Harlan can cover a broad range of music and all of it is immensely enjoyable. "One of these Days" is heart-wrenching to say the least.

    15 Jan 2010 Reply
  • DeanMartinez

    Brilliant music, indeed!

    15 Sep 2007 Reply
  • gosatango

    This is brilliant music

    8 Sep 2007 Reply
  • ninetum

    amazing Harlan, indeed.

    26 Aug 2007 Reply
  • triplesiks

    He's Amazing

    4 Aug 2007 Reply

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