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Sounds Like: The Grateful Dead, Frank Zappa, Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana, Phish
Manager: Damon Wood
Bio: “Though Damon Wood's Harmonious Junk never indulges too long in overblown solos or meandering instrumentals on Sirens and Pipers, it's not a stretch to see why the trio has garnered so many accolades in the jam world. There's no shortage of soaring, epic guitar work here, from Wood's high-registe...See Full Bio
Damon Wood's Harmonious Junk has a show on 12/13/2014 at 09:00 PM @ Quixotes in Denver, CO http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5e56br #concert
“Damon Wood spent seven years playing behind The Godfather Of Soul, James Brown. While it was a dream gig in many ways, it didn’t give Wood the chance to play his own music. So in 2001, while still with Brown, Wood formed Harmonious Junk. With Sirens and Pipers, the group’s third self-produced album, the eclectic funk and jam-heavy roots of the group give way to tighter, more modern rock flavor with peppier, more direct tunes that are less exploratory — no track on the disc is over five minutes in length. It’s a crucial development for the band that was somewhat lost in the jammy seas. These new tracks still showcase Wood and company’s ability to shred, but they take it down a notch so that the talent doesn’t get overshadowed by the arrangements. 3.5 out of 5 stars.”