The Most Underrated Harp Player? A Nat Riddles Playlist

By JP Allen

Written by JP Allen on . Posted in Blog: Harmonica Articles, Harmonica Players

I’d heard of Nat Riddles but never gave the man a serious listen. Big mistake. After stumbling on Ricky Bush’s fantastic article on Nat Riddles I had to delve deeper into Nat’s work and boy was I rewarded; Ricky nail’s it with his review of Nat’s work… “He knocks me out with his tone. I don’t care how many times you’ve heard Too Late or Mellow Down Easy, when Nat blends both together he smokes it on down. He moves around the harp with immaculate intonation as he employs his double stops, split octaves, tongue slaps, and flutters with the expertise that only comes from deep woodshedding.” Have a listen for yourself with this little tribute to Nat Riddles, enjoy…


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