#1
I'm a relatively new player, and my hubby is learning harmonica. We'd love to learn/play some songs together, but are having trouble finding sheet music for the same songs.

Does anyone have any suggestions for guitar tab and harmonica songs that we can learn and play together? Easy is good. Something other than "Swanee River" would be great. Thanks!
#2
Bob Dylan.
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#3
Are you saying that you want the guitar music to be the same as the harmonica music?
If so, I can't really help you.

If not, then I suggest "My Name Is Jonas" and "In The Garage" by Weezer.
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#5
I like Heart of Gold by Neil Young (you don't have to sing as high pitched as he does, it's in the comfortable Key of G)

or

check out Boom Boom and Good Morning Little School Girl, both by Yardbirds, some old school clapton stuff.
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Luv by Travis, and a lot of Beck songs - Pay No Mind is probably the best example.
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#10
Hey cool suggestions, thank you so much. I know I can get the guitar tab here, but any idea where to start looking for the harmonica music to go with it?
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Hey cool suggestions, thank you so much. I know I can get the guitar tab here, but any idea where to start looking for the harmonica music to go with it?


Heart of Gold
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#14
Lots of Bob Dylan, Solo Neil Young, Ramblin Jack Elliot, Woody Guthrie, maybe some Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee.
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#16
Depends on the key of Harmonica

Hotel Yorba - G (Not actually in the original, but fun easy song to play harp to)
Let's Take the Long Way Home - F
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blowing in the wind by bob dylan
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#19
The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll by Bob Dylan is one of my favorite guitar + harmonica tunes. Donovan has countless songs with harmonica; and in reality, you can play harmonica over any song.
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#20
I don't think you mentioned the key of the harmonica, but as you said you're learning I'll just assume its a C harmonica.

If you just play a simple blues kind of jam in the key of G, then a harmonica in the key of C will sound really good over that.

You don't need to play songs, just try to jam a bit. Personally, I have way more fun that way.