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Classic Harmonica Blues Sampler 1: tab/mp3
Here, in a easy-download zip file, are mp3 and tabs for a pair of classic blues: Big Walter Horton's "Easy" and Jimmy Reed's "You Don't Have to Go."
The mp3s are taken from "Adam Gussow and Charlie Hilbert: Blues Classics," a recent Modern Blues Harmonica release. Gussow blows harp over Hilbert's guitar on the first track. On the second track, Gussow calls and responds to singer Grace Brimage as part of a cut recorded in New York City with a full band that includes guitarist Wild Jimmy Spruill.
Both harmonica parts include an overblow or two, but 98 percent of what's here fits into the INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE category and requires no overblowing.
The tab sheets were created by Wayne Snyder in his own easy-to-read version of Gussow's tabbing style. They are good, solid tabs and will greatly ease your journey towards mastering the harp part on both cuts. Wayne is the only "outside" tabber I feature at Modern Blues Harmonica.
Gussow is playing an A harp on "Easy" and a B-flat harp on "You Don't Have to Go."
Another Modern Blues Harmonica production:
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