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#2 Charlie McCoy

How would you rank

Charlie McCoy?

  • HIGHER
  • APPROPRIATE
  • LOWER

Why Charlie McCoy?

Charlie McCoy (born in West Virginia on March 28, 1941) is one of country music’s busiest harmonica session players. He’s gained international acclaim playing with everybody who was or is anybody in Nashville and more: Elvis Presley, Perry Como, Joan Baez, Ringo Starr, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan … Best known for his 19 years on the television show “Hee Haw,” Charlie McCoy IS country. Here he plays “Orange Blossom Special,” using two harmonicas.

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    Bruce Todd

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    If I rank someone higher than their current rank, does that mean they are worse or better than their current rank? Lower would be better if we are taking the ranking literally, since 1 is a lower number than 2, but lower would be worse if I think of the concept of ranking something intuitively.

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      JP Allen

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      Sorry for the confusion Bruce. Ranking someone “Higher” (the green button) registers your vote to move them closer to #1!

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    Steve

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    WOW – seriously WOW

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    boydross

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    trying to sign up for charlie Mb coys lessons, when i try and sign up it not English

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    mark kenneally

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    I see the fellow trying to sign up for C Mc Coy Lessons. There is a teacher on You Tube, a student of CM who teaches the charlie Mc coy style. He’s not a better player but probably a better teacher than Charlie McCoy.. I forget his name, Last name Greene… Check him out

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