#1
yo,
does anyone know any good songs with the harmonica in it looking for something mabye country and rock infact anything
#2
Hmmm he's not classic rock, but check out John Popper and Blues Traveler anyway.

Classic Rock wise, The Band, CSN maybe.
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#4
check out Bob Dylan
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#5
Not rock at all but stevie wonder has a lot of harmonica and he's amazing
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#9
Rats in the Cellar- Aerosmith has some harmonica. So does Stop Messin' Around. Come to think of it, there are a bunch of Aerosmith songs with harmonica.
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#10
done somebody wrong- allman bros

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#12
definately bob dylan and neil young
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or how about Rollin' and Tumblin'. You get harmonica and slide guitar
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#15
i saw a video for the who and daltrey was using one im not sure which song
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#16
One of my favourites is "He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother" - The Hollies. One of my all time favourite songs too.
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#17
lots of rolling stones songs - midnight rambler, back of my hand, sweet neo con, stoned...
#19
If you like them you can do some early Beatles,some examples of the songs that have harmonica are Little Child,I Should Have Known Better,Love Me Do,and From Me To You.
#20
here are some songs i really like that include harmonica:
the wizard- black sabbath
when the levee breaks- led zep
the extremist- joe satriani
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#23
tom petty songs like

Last dance with mary jane

you dont know how it feels


neil young



A couple rolling stones songs


and I Got My Mojo Workin by Canned Heat has harmonica through the whole thing and a harmonica solo.



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neil young and tom petty!

for neil young - my my, hey hey (into the blue) *acoustic*

tom petty - last dance with mary jane



For Neil Young:

http://hyperrust.org/General/Musicians.html#Harp


It also depends on what kind of harmonica you have. What key you have that is.

Check out some of those.
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#28
john mayall and the blues breakers use lots of harp
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#29
Try Nobody's Fault But Mine from Zeppelin. Really great harp lines. There are also a couple of Zappa tunes that use the harmonica, but I can't remember the exact titles.
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#30
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john mayall and the blues breakers use lots of harp


Aww yeah Southside story, that song is just a classic.
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#31
Hmm, I've been looking for the harmonica tab for Alice in Chains, Don't Follow.

I don't know anything about harmonicas or even how to play them but I'd to know where i can find this tab and what harmonica I'm going to need to learn how to play it.

Any help. I'd be very greatful! (^_^)__V
#33
one way street of aerosmith's got some good harmonica in it ! and jason ricci and new blood ... they're blues-rock i've seen them live they ROCK the guy's just the best harmonica player i've EVER heard! their cds r hard to find... go on www.jasonricci.com they got free songs to download! theyre just wow
#34
Bruce Springsteen has a TON of songs with harmonica in them. Check out Thunder Road and The River.
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