Learn to Play Blues Harp Harmonica
Willie Foster

Willie Foster is the real deal when it comes to blues harp harmonica . Foster is a Delta singer playing shuffling tracks like he knows what it feels like to be down and out with the blues. His deep, gritty voice sings and hums the audience into submission, before his excellent, Jimmy Reed-style harmonica music honks and sustains till everyone in his range feels the blues just as much as he does. Not for the weak, synthesizer loving pop-blues fan, this is earthy and low down blues harp music driven by an awesome  stinging back-up band.

Harping the Blues!

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3 Comments for 'Willie Foster'

  1.  
    Johnny S
    September 12, 2009 | 10:53 pm
     

    Who to start as my RB2: Willie Parker, Deshaun Foster, or Derrick Ward?
    Parker hasn’t done much of late and he plays Tennessee, but they are without Haynesworth and Vanden Bosch. I can see him having a strong game.

    Foster obviously hinges on Frank Gore being inactive, but he has a great match-up against STL.

    Ward is a less attractive option as the Giants offense hasn’t looked good of late, but Brandon Jacobs is back.

    Picks and reasons would be greatly appreciated.

  2.  
    UDsalvo
    September 13, 2009 | 3:55 am
     

    Parker may be your best bet…if we hear bad news on Gore for sure green light foster. PLUS if it’s a PPR(points per reception) league, you could live with ward as a last resort
    References :

  3.  
    Matt P
    September 13, 2009 | 3:57 am
     

    Go with Parker

    Haynesworth was a key reason the Titans were strong at stopping the run. With him out however, it should be a lot easier running the ball against them. Parker is due for a huge game anyways.
    References :

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