[Harp-L] "The Free-lovin" Bob Dylan

Not that its even remotely important, but when Dylan asks for an E harp
and you hear what sounds like several harps hitting the stage, he picks
one up and says "its an F" and then move his capo up a fret does the
song in F. Now I have plenty E harps, as bluegrassers love the key of B,
its F# harps that I don't own.

As for the hygiene issues, this was back in the day where whatever you
caught, you could cure with a pill, 
hence "The Free-lovin" Bob Dylan ;-0



Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2007 16:26:20 +0000
From: "Chris Michalek" <chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re:  [Harp-L] Ultimate solution to harp storage question

I think it's weird that multiple people had "E" harps to throw up on
stage.  I have dozens of harmonicas but I don't think own one in the key
of E.

>Sent: Monday, June 4, 2007 09:12 AM
>To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Ultimate solution to harp storage question
>Wow, Dylan breaks my number two rule of Harp playing:
>1:  Nobody EVER plays my harps.
>2:  I NEVER play somebody else's harp.
>Very cool video, tho...
>On 6/4/07, Blueharp1@xxxxxxx <Blueharp1@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>> How many harps shall I bring to the gig?
>> Which ones?
>> How much storage will it require?
>> What if I don't have that "E" harp handy but the song's already
>> Answers to these questions and more ~ okay, maybe not more ~ at
>> this  YouTube
>> address:
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49A1F3Vr39w
>> Jeff Gathercole
>> Denver CO

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