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StableRoots Productions / Press

“Peanut from Stable Roots Produced The new Corey Harris Album, blu black out in Telarc Records.”

"A restless explorer of roots music, the guitarist, vocalist and songwriter continues to examine African-American art, history and culture in 14 mostly blues and reggae songs. Enlisting producer and keyboardist Chris ‘Peanut’ Whitley, Harris tells a variety of tales in his tunes, from the uplifting ‘So Good to Me,’ about the joys of finding a soulmate, to the darker reality on ‘Pimps and Thieves.’”

USA Today

“Peanut from Stable Roots has a Daily Blog called , " Life Of A Musician " at Reggaeville.com. One of the worlds biggest reggae online websites.”

“Peanut from Stable Roots,Produced 8 Tracks on the New Ever-G Cd called , Jah Love. Out In Stores Now. Also Produced The Christmas Mood Album and Played Keyboards on the Mission Album.”

"COREY HARRIS SINGS THE BLUES with astonishing conviction. Harris was one of a handful of artists who kept the acoustic blues revival rolling onward in the ’90s, but as his career progressed, he began to reach beyond North American blues styles to study and record African and Jamaican music. Recordings like Mississippi to Mali (2003) and Zion Crossroads (2007) mixed reggae- and African-style tracks with the American blues tradition. At the heart of Harris’s music and studies lies the interconnectedness that Harris finds between various styles of music rooted in the African diaspora, which contributed to his earning a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship in 2007. On his most recent release, Blu.Black, Harris had a handful of songs co-written with Harris’s reggae-influenced producer and bandmate, Chris “Peanut” Whitley. " - Andrew DuBrock, Acoustic Magazine (Dec 17, 2010)

Andrew DuBrock - Acoustic Magazine

““A winning singer with an easy charm, Harris shines here on songs (most of them were co-written with keyboardist and producer Chris ‘Peanut’ Whitley) like ‘King and Queen’ (a duet with Davina Jackson), the straight-out-of-Kingston-sounding ‘Conquering Lion,’ the sunny skanking ‘Run Around Girl,’ and a moving, stark solo version of Burning Spear’s ‘Columbus.’ It all goes down easy, and Harris’ naturally positive tone makes this album yet another treat from this gifted musician.” All Music”