[Harp-L] Alan Wilson solo on Boogie Chillen #2 on the hooker and heat album

Michael Rubin michaelrubinharmonica@xxxxx
Thu Aug 18 08:19:00 EDT 2016

At 6:39 he switches to a G harp in 3rd position.  At 7:10 he switches back
to a D.

This is just a first glance, barely had my morning coffee.  Don't quote me
on this one.
Michael Rubin

On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 10:59 PM, <pdxharpdog at xxxxx> wrote:

> List: Jason Ricci has a you tube video on Blind Owl's solo on this album
> and I have been working on different harp solo parts on a std. D harp that
> work with this cool tune. It's a super cool groove and tons of fun to play
> on. One question I have for those who know the tune and Alan Wilson's
> playing - at 6:57 mark in the song, he plays two notes that are lower than
> the lowest note on a std. D diatonic. He goes on to play notes lower than
> hole 1 blow until the 7:10 mark when he heads back up into std. 10 hole
> layout. territory.
> Was he playing a 12 hole diatonic or something with more notes on the low
> end? It doesn't sound to me like he's switching harps anywhere in that
> section of his solo. Any of you Blind Owl Canned Heat freaks out there know?
> Thanks,
> Ross Macdonald
> sassparilla.info

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