Re: [Harp-L] Charlie Musslewhite
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- Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Charlie Musslewhite
- From: Richard Hunter <turtlehill@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2008 15:12:38 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
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- Reply-to: Richard Hunter <turtlehill@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Whoops. Winslow is right. I heard that record in 1969, not 1979.
Thanks, Richard Hunter
>From: Winslow Yerxa
>I think Tennessee Woman dates from about a decade earlier. I know I've owned a copy since about 1972.
>Author, Harmonica For Dummies ISBN 978-0-470-33729-5
>--- On Wed, 11/19/08, Richard Hunter <turtlehill@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>From: Richard Hunter <turtlehill@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: [Harp-L] Charlie Musslewhite
>Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2008, 7:59 AM
>Paul Butterfield inspired me to play harp. Charlie Musselwhite showed me how
>deep the emotion created by a harp could be.
>The moment I heard "Christo Redentor" on his 1979 Vanguard album
>"Tennessee Woman", my life changed.
>My own feelings aside, I don't think Charlie has lacked for acclaim or
>Thanks and regards, Richard Hunter
>latest mo3s and harmonica blog at http://myspace.com/richardhunterharp
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