Re: [Harp-L] 3rd position blues harp
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- Subject: Re: [Harp-L] 3rd position blues harp
- From: Mojo Red <harplicks@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 18:50:54 -0700 (PDT)
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William Clarke's awesome instrumental "Blowin' the
Family Jewels" is a tremendous 3rd position
workout, playing over a jazz-boogie thing in A
major using G harp in 3rd. That should keep you
busy for a while.
Lots of funky 3rd in Junior Well's classic album
Hoodoo Man Blues.
And of course, look to George Harmonica Smith. He
played a lot of 3rd diatonic in his early
recordings. Check out "Now You Can Talk About Me"
with Rod Piazza. First half of the album is old
stuff with a lot of 3rd pos. diatonic, 2nd half is
mostly chromatic blues w. Rod on a few recordings.
Just some fodder for ya.
Harpin' in Colorado,
--- msky@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hi everyone.
> I'm new to the list and was wondering if anyone
> has a good list of 3rd position blues harp
> examples (Sonny Boy Williamson, etc.), that I
> could listen to for some education?
> Mark Moldowsky
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