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Harry Bodine / Press

“Bodine sounds like a man who’s done some hard travelin’, but hasn’t given into world-weariness just yet. The opening title track is a close cousin to John Hiatt’s “Memphis in the Meantime,” the kind of open road song that makes you eager to hit the ignition. “Can’t Get Love Right” is less about the singer’s romantic screw-ups than his willingness to give it another shot. “Now I See” is about feeling the spirit of a lost friend, a topic he pulls off without overdoing the sentiment (and the gospel-esque chorus doesn’t hurt). The instrumental “Graceful Moves” has a late-night cantina feel and allows Magnie to play some conjuncto accordion. ”

“ Damn, another Diamond in da rough...Thank you for the product and I will get with ya soon to do a interview and showcase you on KVNF. What a Groove Blood! Damn, let me tell ya who I hear...Tom Waits, Chris Rea, Sonny Landreth...I hear Harry Bodine...Yep, you be what I call Bad Ass! I am so glad your on this Groove Train. ……………………………….....................................KNVF Radio..Colorado/Jabeaux ”

Jabeaux - KNVF Radio

“ “Formerly a member of Delta Roux, Austin singer and slide guitarist Harry Bodine gloriously displays his terrific grasp of roots styles on the self released “Which Way Home”. With uniformly excellent song craft, singing, and playing, Bodine has created a daring new album in the often-stagnant Americana genre.”…………………………....... Blues Revue………………………………..........”

Blues Revue

“ “Bodine, is an exciting guitarist because he relies not on volume but on talent, imagination and excellent songs. Adept at playing slide on resonator and other guitars as well as picking solid body and hollow body guitars, Bodine always shows whats possible in the blues when the songs, not the volume, actually rule.”…………………….. ………………………………......San Antonio Express-News Jim Beal ”

Jim Beal - San Antonio Express

“ “Drivin' Up Thru Memphis is the ultimate highway song and can be easily put in the row of classic Memphis songs among which Memphis In The Meantime, Walking In Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee... Think John Hiatt with Sonny Landreth on slide. Why this magnificent CD is self-released and is not released with one of the better labels in the genre is a mystery to me.”……………. MAZZ MUSIKAS Belgium ”

Mazz Musikas

“ “What Bodine seems to understand so many others miss; that often less is more. While Bodine fills the audio spectrum with plenty of interesting bits and pieces, gone are the wailing guitars and over-bearing vocals. Tasty. Pure. Delicious. Harry Bodine’s album, “Which Way Home,” could be an exciting find for those that love a really good song presented by high-class players with a bent toward underplaying and subtle nuisances. This is far from a blues album but relies heavily on the sounds and themes that blues fans will quickly recognize and appreciate.”…………………………Rick Galusha - Blueswax ”

Rick Galusha - Blueswax / Folkwax