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The Prime Movers

Although they hardly ever released any information, the Prime Movers were a pivotal band in Southeastern Michigan through the later ’60s. Where a lot of their Michigan contemporaries performed straight, frat-house rock and roll & move, the Perfect Movers had been a blues music group. These were purists, influenced 1st …

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Peter Harper

Harmonica participant Peter Harper was created in Guildford Surrey, Britain, on November 10, 1968, and moved along with his family members to Perth, Australia when he 10. While attending quality college in the ’70s he started playing the euphonium and trumpet in the brass concert music group. His curiosity about …

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Shakey Jake Harris

Jake Harris knew how exactly to shake a set of dice to be able to move a lucrative champion. He also understood in early stages that his nephew, guitarist Magic Sam, was successful being a bluesman. Harris might not have already been a specialized wizard on his selected device, but …

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Sonny Boy Williamson I

Easily the main harmonica player from the prewar era, John Lee Williamson nearly single-handedly made the humble mouth organ a worthy lead instrument for blues bands — at the forefront for the amazing innovations of Small Walter and a platoon of others to check out. If not really for his …

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Junior Wells

He was 1 poor dude, strutting over the stage just like a harp-toting gangster, mesmerizing the masses along with his tough-guy antics and rib-sticking Chicago blues assault. Amazingly, Junior Wells held at precisely this type of point for over 40 years; he was a dynamic performer from your dawn from …

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George “Mojo” Buford

The various rings led by harmonica player and singer George “Mojo” Buford hark back again to the classic Chicago blues seems of the first ’60s. Among harmonica players, Buford gets the distinction to be the just musician to possess played with numerous bands led from the past due Muddy Waters …

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Jerry “Boogie” McCain

Not merely is Alabama-born Jerry McCain a good amplified harpist, he’s also among the funniest songwriters functioning the genre and continues to be for a lot more than four years, mainly because anyone who’s dug his out-of-control 1950s Excello rockers “My NEARBY Neighbor” and “Seeking to Please make sure to” …

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Little Mack Simmons

b. 25 January 1934, Twist, Arkansas, USA, d. 24 Oct 2000, Chicago, Illinois, USA. ‘Small’ Mack Simmons was among the stalwarts from the Chicago golf club scene; he trained himself harmonica as a young child and in the first 50s occasionally caused bluesmen around the St. Louis, Missouri, golf club …

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Little Walter

Who’s the ruler of most post-war blues harpists, Chicago department or elsewhere? Why, the virtuosic Small Walter, with out a solitary question. The fiery harmonica wizard had taken the humble mouth area organ in amazing amplified directions which were unimaginable ahead of his ascendancy. His daring instrumental enhancements were so …

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Gary Primich

Don’t allow his intelligence, attraction, and self-effacing way fool you: Gary Primich was one bad-ass harmonica participant. And he was a lot more than experienced guitar player, as well. Primich was created Apr 20, 1958, in Chicago and elevated in close by Gary, IN. He discovered harmonica through the masters …

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