Recent Examples of harmonica from the Web
Through it all, the duo creates a thrilling performance that melds Harper’s unique slide guitar with Musselwhite’s signature harmonica along both of their purely soulful vocal deliveries.
Jagger delivered raucous harmonica work, while drummer Charlie Watts clearly cherished the bouncy, jump-blues tempos and Richards and fellow guitarist Ron Wood dug deep on their respective instruments to capture the songs’ underlying spirit.
As a teenager, Gen. Rowny performed in a Baltimore harmonica band alongside the mouth organ virtuoso Larry Adler.
Rock-jazz fusion of the era was rarely this galvanizing, and the tracks where Toots Thielemans joins in on harmonica are breathtaking.
Most of his work has been created with his brother, Alex Madej, who performs many of the instruments including piano, guitar, harmonica and drums.
Saxophone, harmonica, trumpet, guitar — all instruments are welcome.
Reverend Raven performs traditional blues with highlights of harmonica and guitar featured in their original songs.
In addition to elastic vocals and earthy songwriting, Hall is known for his hot harmonica and saxophone work.
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Origin and Etymology of harmonica
First Known Use: 1762See Words from the same year
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