Re: [Harp-L] New Orleans harmonica

Joe Martin (Mandeville La.) and Joe Leone (North Port Fl.) are known to play dixieland. In fact Leone will be at the Suncoast jazz fest in Clearwater Fl.. next week.
And yes, harmonica does need amplification. And no, we usually use a chromatic. 


On Nov 13, 2015, at 6:46 PM, Rick Dempster wrote:

> I doubt it, Sebastian. I like the idea though. It would have to be in a
> string band
> setting, I think. If it was with horns, the harp would require
> amplification, and I just wouldn't
> want to see things go down that track.
> I don't hear any harp players going down a track that lead towards this
> concept.
> Where are players influenced by Rhythm Willie & Blues Birdhead? (ie playing
> harp like Louis on the horn)
> I'm trying myself; I'll let you know when I think I'm getting close but I'm
> getting old.
> Anyone messing with "jazz" on diatonic is usually thinking "post Miles", I
> suspect because they don't think they need to learn
> anything about chord changes.
> Anyone out there playing blues with a VI-II-V-I turnaround?
> RD
> On 14 November 2015 at 01:28, Sébastien Frémal <sebastien.fremal@xxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> There are harmonica players playing New Orleans Jazz ? :)
>> SF

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