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Sugar Mama Blues - Various - Blow Brother Blow! 18 Blues Harmonica Classics (CD)

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  • Gromi
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    ★ Born and raised in New York, harmonica genius Sugar Blue began his career as a street musician, he grew up listening to the jazz greats and then honed his chops by wailing along with Bob Dylan (with whom he would later record) and Stevie Wonder songs on the radio.. Like many american musicians before him Sugar Blue left these shores and relocated to Paris, where he became a first-call.
  • Zurr
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    Oct 31,  · Sugar Blue is a star of the Chicago Blues scene, and is known for playing harmonica on the Rolling Stones single “Miss You” and on other tracks such as “Some Girls” and “Send It to Me”.
  • Zololkree
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    Sonny Boy Williamson (John Lee Curtis Williamson, March 30, – June 1, ) was an American blues harmonica player and singer, and the first to use the name Sonny Boy Williamson. Update this biography» Complete biography of Sonny Boy Williamson I».
  • Dut
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    This Blow, Brother Blow!: 18 Blues Harmonica Classics- Charly Blues Masterworks, Vol. 32 album was released in and featured titles like Good Morning Schoolgirl, Sugar Mama Blues and I Ain't Got You from Sonny Boy Williamson I and Jimmy Reed.
  • Zolosar
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    Most blues songs follow a form called the bar blues. In addition to being 12 bars in length, the bar blues has its own internal logic. After you grasp that logic and use it to shape your phrases, playing the blues on your harmonica will seem as natural as talking. A verse of bar blues has three parts, and each part is 4 bars long.
  • Tygoll
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Blow Brother Blow! 18 Blues Harmonica Classics on Discogs.5/5(1).
  • Goltinris
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    Dec 22,  · Sugar Mama Harmonica by Sugar Cain it up throughout the entire range of the harmonica, making the top octave blow bends less of an ear bashing and more mellow making for awesome sounding blow.
  • Faulkis
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    The albums were Shakey Jake’s Further On Up the Road, George “Harmonica” Smith’s Blues With a Felling – A Tribute to Little Walter, Sunnyland Slim’s Slim’s Got His Thing Goin’ On and the anthology Oakland Blues featuring sides by Lafayette Thomas, Dave Alexander and L.C. Robinson.
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