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Join date: Nov 2004
1,403 IQ
#1
I want to know some blues harmonica players. Any that have decent tunes / solos are good. Especially if they play in a band with a good guitarist.

Cheers.
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Wylde
UG Electrician
Join date: Apr 2004
379 IQ
#2
whamma jamma by the J geils band
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Derigiberble
UG's Prosthetic Vagina
Join date: Mar 2004
2,308 IQ
#3
a certain John Popper of Blues Traveler



This guy IS the greatest harmonica player on the planet, no doubts, if you can find it listen to Fallible by Blues Traveler and you'll hear exactly what i mean.
psychodelia
Defensive Specialist
Join date: Feb 2004
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#4
My friend plays harmonica and he showed me John Popper, that guy tears up a harmonica.
ollerom_mot
A Guitarist (of sorts)
Join date: Mar 2003
272 IQ
#5
The John Popper-ing aside, there are others out there.

Paul Lamb and the King Snakes rock.
And for the more traditional blues harmonica, try listening to some Sonny Boy Williamson, or Junior Wells.
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FunkedUp
Registered User
Join date: Nov 2005
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#6
Erm, Little Walter anyone? And Charlie Musselwhite
hippy12
Stop watching me Dan.
Join date: Oct 2005
405 IQ
#7
John Mayall, listen to John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers if you want good guitaring aswell.
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SomeEvilDude
Government Conspiracy
Join date: Aug 2004
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#8
Jack Bruce plays it on Cream's cover of 'Rollin' & Tumblin', and Muddy Waters used harmonica a lot.
ufossuck
Delighfully twisted
Join date: Mar 2005
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#9
Howlin' Wolf, John Mayall, John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Keith Relf, Van Morrison, Junior Wells, Sonny Boy Williams, Sonny Boy Williamson, John Fogerty, Billy Gibbons, Neil Young, Mick Jagger.
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