Learn to Play Blues Harp Harmonica

January 2011

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Blues Harmonica

Just a quick little jam. I’m seeing how fast I can get something live on youtube. This one took about 4 minutes…. Duration : 0:0:48 Technorati Tags: blues, blues harmonica, harmonica, harp, Harping the Blues, music

Filed under: Blues Harp Harmonica by admin - 24 January 2011, 25 Comments

Thomas Walker- Johnny Sansone

Thomas Walker Guitar/Vocals BluesCats Backing Him Featuring Johnny Sansone on Harp Duration : 0:10:1 Technorati Tags: blues, blues harmonica, harmonica, Harping the Blues, Thomas Walker Johnny Sansone

Filed under: Famous Blues Harpists/Harmonica Players andHarping the Blues by admin - 17 March 2010, 1 Comment

Beginner Blues Harmonica Lesson – Blues Harp

Hey there – you beginner harmonica players ! This guy is pretty cool and he gives you a great video lesson – check him out ! Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica, C   REQUESTS GO HERE http://www.guitarjamz.com/requests/ THE WEBSITE!! http://www.guitarjamz.com FOLLOW ME where I update first at http://www.twitter.com/martyschwartz also would love it if you subscribed […]

Filed under: How to Play the Harmonica by admin - 27 February 2010, 23 Comments

How to Adjust Your Harmonica Reeds

Blues Harmonica Secrets Revealed (Gussow.016) After a little “free blowing” warm-up, Gussow (of Satan and Adam) puts his harmonica under the spotlights and explains how to adjust and tune reeds for better playing. For blues harmonica instructional materials focusing on classic repertoire, check out Modern Blues Harmonica: http://www.modernbluesharmonica.com Duration : 0:9:52 Technorati Tags: blues, harmonica, […]

Filed under: Harmonica Reeds by admin - 30 December 2009, 25 Comments

Modern Blues Harmonica 121: 36 blow octave #1

A lesson on one of the most important tongue-blocked octaves for cross-harping blues players, offered by Adam Gussow of Satan and Adam. The 36 blow octave shows up in Little Walter’s “Juke,” James Cotton’s “Creeper Creeps Again,” and many other places. Gussow is using an A harp. The new blues harp jam tracks CD is […]

Filed under: Blues Harp Harmonica andHarping the Blues andHow to Play the Harmonica by admin - 14 December 2009, 25 Comments

Mark Hummel

Known as one of the hardest working artists on the current blues circuit, this veteran Bay Area singer/harmonica player is out most nights with his road-hardened band making new converts. His records showcase an artist who is very comfortable with all sorts of blues, from Jump Blues to Chicago, Texas and the Gulf Coast. Mark […]

Junior Wells

Simply one of the greatest bluesmen in history. Listen to the classic Electric Blues sound he helped invent, along with Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf, in Chicago in the 1940s. Wells’ work paved the way for everyone from Eric Clapton to Jimi Hendrix and beyond. His baritone shouts, moans, soars, growls, and pleads; his harmonica […]

Bill “Jazz” Gillum

  Bill “Jazz” Gillum was an Early Blues harmonica player best known for his work with Big Bill Broonzy. He played in a Pre-War, pre-Sonny Boy(s) Williamson style largely constructed by himself — a high-ended, keening wail and he worked as a sideman on countless records of the era. Upon his return from WWII, his […]

Sonny Terry

  Born into a musical family, the blind Sonny Terry learned how to play harmonica to earn his keep, and ended up creating a signature sound widely admired and perhaps even more widely imitated. Terry toured for years with Brownie McGhee, riding a wave of renewed interest in folk music that began in the late […]

Billy Boy Arnold

  After a short tutoring period from Sonny Boy Williamson, Billy Boy Arnold rose to prominence for his meaty and jagged blues harmonica work. Through a convincing mix of rural Mississippi blues and more modern Chicago electric style blues, Arnold produced solid pop-oriented blues records in the late ‘50s. He also performed on Bo Diddley’s […]

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