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The Harmonica According to Charlie Musselwhite

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Album Review

Ostensibly an instructional blues harp album (with an exhaustive accompanying book penned by Charlie), this is emotional and listenable rather than academic. Charlie covers a wide range of blues styles (and harp positions), and ventures to the outer fringes of the genre for the instrumentals "Hard Times" (from Ray Charles's sax man David "Fathead" Newman) and his Latin original "Azul Para Amparo" (backed only by guitarist Sam Mitchell). The English studio band is sympathetic, especially pianist Bob Hall.

Customer Reviews

Great Album where is the book?

Great samples of Charlie's styles and different styles of blues. Well recorded. But i was dissapointed that the instructional book that supposedly coinsides with the album is not in the download. worth the money either way!!!!

Biography

Born: January 31, 1944 in Kosciusko, MS

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Harmonica wizard Norton Buffalo can recollect a leaner time when his record collection had been whittled down to only the bare essentials: The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Stand Back! Here Comes Charley Musselwhite's South Side Band. Butterfield and Musselwhite will probably be forever linked as the two most interesting, and arguably the most important, products of the "white blues movement" of the mid- to late '60s — not only because they were near the forefront chronologically, but because...
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