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Learn To Play Harmonica With Effective Tone Control

Just How Do You Learn To Play Harmonica With Effective Tone Control ..

Effective tone control when you learn to play harmonica is an essential skill but not as hard as some harmonica gurus would have you believe. If you listen to the great players of the past like Little Walter with your eyes shut and headphones on you can almost hear the resonation of sound coming from deep within. When I first started to play harmonica in cross position I was introduced to a recycled lesson (pre internet days) from a mate who said you had to make lots of vocal sounds to get tone control and good tone. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Just a head's up that I'll be out of town the next couple of weeks so there will be no new shows. We will be running some older shows those weeks so tune in live or to the stream. Also make sure to listen to the new  “Jazz90.1 Swing & Blues” stream (see the previous […]
  • Jazz90.1 to Launch New Blues and Big Band Station
    Jazz90.1 WGMC-FM is pleased to announce they will launch a brand new internet radio station beginning this summer. The new stream, “Jazz90.1 Swing & Blues”, will feature 108 hours of classic and new blues music each week from 6 a.m. Monday – 6 p.m. Friday, and big band music all weekend long from 6 p.m. […]
  • Big Road Blues Show 7/17/16: Honkin' Sax From L.A. Pt. 1- Maxwell Davis
    Show Notes: Today's show is inspired by Wailin' Daddy: The Best of Maxwell Davis 1945-1959 a great 3-CD compiled by Dave Penny for the Fantastic Voyage label a few years back. Several other sax themed shows will follow in upcoming weeks. Unsung hero is term often thrown around but in cases like Maxwell Davis it […]
  • Big Road Blues Show 7/10/16: Mix Show & More
    Show Notes: Read Liner Notes Today's show opens with several songs by Buster Bennett and Sax Mallard I didn't get to on the last show due to the station's coverage of the Rochester Jazz Festival. Both sax men were much in demand in the 30's and 40's. Bennett made his debut in 1938 and his […]
  • Big Road Blues Show 6/26/16: Chicago Killers Pt. 6 – Buster Bennett & Sax Mallard
    ***Due to the Rochester Jazz Festival, today's show is shorter than usual. We'll be playing some of things we didn't get to next week*** Show Notes: As writer Mike Rowe notes "it was a white businessman, Lester Melrose, who was really responsible for shaping the Chicago sound of the late 30's and 40's." From March […]