Paul Harrison’s “Kingsnake”


Here’s an inspiring glimpse of the talented Psychedelic Blues musician, Paul Harrison!

Paul Harrison 2 at No.15
Paul Harrison showed us an entirely new and majestic dimension of acoustic guitar

“His Crawling Kingsnake song was a tour de force, and in showing us an entirely new and majestic dimension of acoustic guitar, it blew us away. It blew us all the way down to the deep south. We found ourselves back in Ol’ Dixie seeing the sleek, scaly form of the Kingsnake, sliding inexorably toward its prey through those notes. They conjour the spice of the swamp and set the fireflies dancing in our souls. Paul plays magnificent blues. He draws upon great traditions and improvises grandly, taking us where (to my knowledge) no hand has yet set foot.”

Paul Harrison is a musician that you just have to see live, if only to experience how much a man and a guitar can actually do together. At times there’s a sense of being witness to an out-of-body experience. It appears to be Paul who’s out-of-body, he’s leaning right back in his chair and the music has taken over entirely, his fingers work their magic on the singing strings as his leg taps to the rhythm. Who’s playing who? Is the music playing Paul, I wonder? Either way, believe me, it’s an experience not to be missed. Check him out!

If you like what you see his Album Bioluminesence is readily available for purchase at his Myspace at , or from Itunes.


Read more about Paul in the Juice Ezine

The Kingsnake’s Keeping it Real, Keeping it Live! Paul Harrison at No.15

Charles Paxton

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One Response to “Paul Harrison’s “Kingsnake””

  1. Hugh Paxton Says:

    Thanks for posting this, Charles.

    The ezine Juice? What is it? How do we find it? Please advise.

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