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Mark Ford
Mark Ford is, in my opinion, one of the great harmonica players alive today. He comes from a musical family, one bother being the drummer Patrick Ford and the other brother is the very well known jazz blues guitarist "Robben Ford". A CD you definitely want to listen to is the "FORD BLUES BAND LIVE - HERE WE GO!" featuring Mark Ford and Andy Just, another great harp player, 2 harmonica players working together like a brass section. This is the best live album I have ever heard.

Charlie Musselwhite
Charlie Musselwhite is a very innovative player who has written some amazing songs and played some amazing harmonica. He uses many different positions to archive some great sounds. His most innovating album, for me, is "Ace Of Harps", some of the most inspiring harp you will ever hear.

Mark Feltham
Mark Feltham made his name playing in a band called "Nine Below Zero". Later he toured with Rory Gallagher band and played many sessions with varios musicians including OASIS, TALK TALK, TOM JONES, JOAN ARMATRADING, DEACON BLUE, TEXAS, THE CHRISTIANS, THE THE, RORY GALLAGHER, DIDO, JOE COCKER, LIGHTNING SEEDS, GODLEY & CRÈME and THE EVERLY BROTHERS.

Sonny Terry
Sonny Terry born in 1911, spent most of his working life playing with a guitarist called "Brownie McGee", playing a very rhythmical style of playing.

John Popper
John Popper is famous for his very fast high harmonica solo's, playing in a band called Blues Traveler.


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Juke - Members Only
by Little Walter
Today we’re going to learn "Juke" by Little Walter, probably his best known song, which he used to play as the opening theme song when he played in the Muddy Waters Band. - Complete lesson with MP3s

Your Questiuons Answered
 
Can I tune up my Harmonica?
The simple answer is yes. If your Harmonica goes out of tune slightly you can re-tune it using a small screw driver, a set of feeler gauges and a metal nail file. Read how to do it in the Maintenance & Tuning section.

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