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#42 Bob Dylan

How would you rank

Bob Dylan?

  • HIGHER
  • APPROPRIATE
  • LOWER

Why Bob Dylan?

Bob Dylan (born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941 in Minnesota) is an award-winning singer/songwriter for whom the harmonica is central. With more than 50 years of musical history, he has evolved through many styles: folk, blues, country, gospel, rock and roll, and rockabilly. He’s toured with an ever-changing lineup of notable musicians. The Hohner 589C is the Bob Dylan signature harmonica, and books of his harmonica solos are available. 

Comments (2)

  • Larry Nieman

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    Can’t believe I worked my way through this without encountering Paul Butterfield, Magic Dick, Mickey Raphael or Jimmy Fadden.

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    • JP Allen

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      Thanks for your input Larry, all great players for sure. jp

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    • Bubbatheroaddog

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      I did see Magic Dick on here but not Corky Siegel or Kim Wilson (getting tired of looking for them) or Butterfield, Jimmy Fadden or Mickey Raphael who has probably played his harp live for more people than anyone on this list (maybe the entire list combined) with Willie Nelson & Family for 40-50 years.

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      • Bubba

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        Oops …. Kim Wilson #44.

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