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#56 Charlie Musselwhite

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Why Charlie Musselwhite?

Charlie Musselwhite (born in Mississippi on January 31, 1944) is an electric blues harmonica player and bandleader. He’s recorded more than 20 albums and has played with a long list of fellow Hall of Famers, including Tom Waits, Bo Diddley, Cyndi Lauper, and Bonnie Raitt. He appeared in the 2000 film The Blues Brothers.

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  • mark kenneally

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    “STAND BACK” is one of the top 5 harmonica albums of our time. Definitely the most influential caucasian blues record ever. Way, Way higher.

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  • mark kenneally

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    “Stand Back” Is one of the most important blues harmonica records ever made.

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  • Ted Smith

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    Top 10 at a minimum.

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