Re: [Harp-L] Paul Butterfields St. James Infirmary

First solo is second position on an A harp. Second solo is in third on a D harp.

Where's this from? The singer doesn't sound anything like Butterfield.

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 From: Kevin Hamilton <kham27@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Rick Dempster <rick.dempster@xxxxxxxxxxx> 
Cc: HARP-L <harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx> 
Sent: Monday, July 2, 2012 8:06 PM
Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Paul Butterfields St. James Infirmary
Yeah the link is

Sorry for the no post.


On 2 July 2012 20:15, Rick Dempster <rick.dempster@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Don't know whether I listened to the same performance as you, Kevin,
> because I couldn't find a link in your post. Anyhow, if it was this:
> then I'd say third position. Key seemed a bit at odds with my rather
> out-of-tune 'traveller' harp, but if the tune is in E, which I think it is,
> then he's on a D harp.
> RD
> On 1 July 2012 12:12, Kevin Hamilton <kham27@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Give this a listen. Great song. What key and position is he playing this
>> in?
>> Kevin
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