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You Cant Stop Me From Drinking - Various - Harmonica Blues (CD)

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  1. Browse the top harmonica blues artists to find new music. Scrobble songs to get recommendations on tracks you'll love.
  2. Songs in A Second Position “D” Harmonica Blues With A Feeling I Got To Find My Baby Just A Feeling Just Your Fool Mellow Down Easy Sad Hours Take Me Back You Can’t Judge A Book By Its Cover You Gonna Be Sorry (Someday Baby) Songs in B Second Position “E” Harmonica It Ain’t Right Mean Old Frisco Worried Life Blues Can’t Stop Lovin.
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  5. Sep 27,  · The next best harmonica for blues playing in review is the Eastar Major Blues Harmonica. In the key of C, this harmonica from Eastar is designed specifically for beginners. Whether you are a child or adult, this harmonica is intended to help you learn the art and mastery of playing the harmonica.
  6. Prison Woman Blues: – George Clarke (8) Prisoner's Blues: – Rhythm Willie & Peetie Wheatstraw: You Can't Stop Me From Drinking: – Frank Edwards: Three Women Blues: – Robert Nighthawk & Big Joe McCoy* She's Leaving Me: – DeFord Bailey: Muscle Shoals Blues: – Leroy Williams (4) Uncle Sam Done Called: 5/5(2).
  7. - If you take a particular song or album and determine the key it is played in, it is considered "keyed". This will then allow the player to choose the correct key of diatonic harmonica to jam to the song with. Basic Blues Improv Section- Refer to the Basic Blues Improv section for information and methods on how to play along with the music.
  8. Based in Memphis, singer and harmonica player Tony Holiday entered the blues arena in with his eclectic and innovative album, “Porch Sessions.” The release was just what its title implied: Holiday applied his talent in tandem with multiple fellow blues artists, recording tracks in mainly acoustic mode on their front porches.

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