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  • Charlie Musselwhite Playlist

    I hope you enjoy this playlist of some of my favorite Charlie Musselwhite songs (below). “Charlie Musselwhite is living proof that great music only gets better with age. This man cut his (musical) teeth alongside Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf and everyone on the south side of Chicago in the early 1960’s – thank your lucky [&hellip...


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  • Harmonica Tutorial: Help Me by Sonny Boy Williamson

    Tab and lesson notes below the video! Help Me: Classic blues by Sonny Boy Williamson, very minor sounding and very groovy. Simply there’s a bass riff 1 b3 4 over I IV and V chords, which makes it sound so bluesy. This song has a lot of texture, dynamics and strong note attacks. It has [&hellip...


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  • Awesome Two Hour Harmonica Compilation

    Credit to the 2Hour Compilations YouTube channel for this cooler than cool harmonica compilation. Tracklists can be found below. Hit play and enjoy… Tracklist 0:00:00 – The Mannish Boys – Raunchy (feat. Arthur Adams & Randy Chortkoff) 0:05:30 – Brendan Power – The Real Blues Real 0:10:06 – Charlie McCoy & The Escorts – Harpoon [&hellip...


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  • Tom Petty’s Last Dance (Rest in Peace)

    Tom Petty knew how to play harmonica and played it with soul … a simple yet evocative country-rock style that was loved by millions. We’ll miss him. Rest in peace, Tom. To remember and celebrate Tom’s life, here are two of my favorite songs of his. You Don’t Know How It Feels (Intro) by Tom [&hellip...


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  • Jason Ricci a Playlist That’ll Blow Your Mind

    Most musicians play safe, putting their subtle spin on what already exists. And then there are musicians who aggressively push the boundaries and redefine the art itself. Jason Ricci is one such musician. His harmonica style combines old-school blues of the greats but infused with insane overblows and then smeared with funk, rock, punk and [&hellip...


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