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You'll probably be able to get a mental picture of the song that will help when you're ready to attempt the songs.
There are chords, notes, text and harmonica notation of songs recorded by great harmonica players as Sonny Boy Williamson, Jimmy Reed and Little Walter for example.
Only other thing I might add is to also highly recommend the Rock n Blues Harmonica book by Jon Gindick and the Bluegrass Harmonica book by Mike Stevens.
blues are here for unbeaten flu was there time to rest in for few.
i was in mood of blue that thought i was left with bruise.
Even if you can not do sight reading is a very handy source of great harmonica blues songs, you'll need to listen to the records to actually be able to imitate the sounds and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I wasn't really crazy about this book the tabs seemed way over the top for the average harp player to grasp. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Barry L. Sholder
I've owned this book since it first came out and as contributing editor I wrote a highly favorable review for it in American Harmonica Newsmagazine, a monthly harmonica magazine... Read morePublished 16 months ago by P. Lloyd
Ordered as a gift from a family members wish list... Came as expected. Looks great! And I Hope they like it!Published 21 months ago by sue
This is a great book for someone who has already learned the basics, such as single notes and bending, and wants to learn some songs by the greats. Read morePublished 22 months ago by wally
The other reviews sound like advertisements for the book and don't seem to be written by anyone who actually used the book; no one related any detailed personal experience. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Redgecko
Consider it to be a 4-and-a-half star rating, cause it could have been a five-star if only they had put a cd in it (it's not that easy to collect these records in this... Read morePublished on April 15, 2011 by Vezio Ottaviani