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Harmonica MasterClass (Rob Paparozzi)

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Rob Paparozzi”? 

Who is Rob Paparozzi? He was born in 1952′ in New Jersey as Robert Steven “Rob” Paparozzi and is still alive today performing at age (64) with his band “Psychotic Blues Band.”  Rob Paparozzi is well known in the harmonica world as a Grammy nominated American harmonica player who plays blues and blues rock who also sings along with being a session harmonica player of all styles blues, rock, jazz, classical, folk, pop, funk and country and records on CD’s and commercials.

Rob Paparozzi was first in interested in the harmonica in the 1960s’ when he heard Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder and the Beatles with harmonica in their music on the radio. Then he heard Paul Butterfield playing the harmonica like it was a Saxophone or a Horn in his band called “Paul Butterfield Blues Band”  which really made Rob Paparozzi want to learn to play the harmonica and make him the Harmonica MasterClass he is today.

So, how come you’ve probably never heard of Rob Paparozzi?

That would be because he primarily played in the New Jersey area he did get to open with his band called the “Psychotic Blues Band” several times for “Bruce Springsteen” in New Jersey. He is also a member of the Original Blues Brother’s Band and lead singer for the famous band called “Blood Sweat & Tears.” In the 1960s’  Rob Paparozzi was interested in the sound of the harmonica when he heard Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder and the Beatles music that had harmonica in it on his radio. But he really wanted to learn to plat the  harmonica when he heard Paul Butterfield playing the harmonica like it was a Saxophone or a Horn in his band the “Paul Butterfield Blues Band.”

Rob Paparozzi also has another band called “The Hudson River Rats” and have cut a couple of CD’s in 1994′ and 1999,’ In 2009′ Rob Paparozzi did a solo CD named “Etruscan Soul” Rob Paparozzi is consider one of the Harmonica MasterClass players of all time and has toured with great performers like George Jones, Cyndi Lauper, Dolly Parton, Judy Collins, Whitney Houston and many more…..

Rob Paparozzi has toured with a lot of different artist and styles of music which you can see by all the artist named above.

In 2017′ Rob Paparozzi is currently performing with his band called “Psychotic Blues Band”

Rob Paparozzi started out playing a $2 Hohner Marine Band key of C but when he realized that you have to have different harmonicas for all 12 keys he learned how to play the Chromatic harmonicaand learned all different styles of harmonica from blues to jazz to classical.

Rob Paparozzi & Toots Tillman

Here’s a picture of “Rob Paparozzi” with famous harmonica player “Toot Tillman.”

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s a video of Rob Paparozzi 

 

Here’s a video of Rob Paparozzi and “The Husdon River Rats”

Have you ever heard of Rob Paparozzi & The Hudson River Rats?

Have you heard Rob Paparozzi?

Have you ever heard of a Harmonica MasterClass player?

Do you know what a Chromatic harmonica is?

Have you ever played a Chromatic harmonica?

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Larry

 

 

“Carey Bell” One of the best harmonica players!

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“Carey Bell”

Carey bell was born in Macon, Mississippi as “Carey Bell Harrington” in 1936′ he died in 2007′ of heart failure he was one of the best harmonica players of all times and played a Hohner Super 64 chromatic harmonica.  When Carey Bell was growing up as a child he was very interested in the saxophone because of what he heard from a great saxophone player at that time named “Louis Jordan.” Carey Bell really wanted a saxophone but his families income wasn’t enough at the time to buy him a saxophone so they settled on a “Mississippi Saxophone” better known as the harmonica. It wasn’t long before Carey Bell was listing to the great blues harmonica players like Big Walter Horton, DeFord Baily, Sonny Boy Williamson 11 and Little Walter just to name a few. Carey Bell was already an accomplished harmonica player by the age of 8 he went on to join a blues band with his Godfather who played piano and Carey Bell played bass guitar and harmonica at the age of 13.

In 1956′ Carey Bells Godfather “Lovie Lee” asked him to go to Chicago with him. After being in Chicago for a short period of time he went to go see “Little Walter” perform and was blown away by his harmonica playing he stuck around after the concert just hoping that he might be able to even meet Little Walter which he did meet Little Walter and Walter gave him some playing tips on how to play the harmonica this really excited Carey Bell made him more determined to perfect his playing style to sound like the greats.

Carey Bells main harmonica instructor was “Big Walter Horton” having learned from some of the great blues harp players he pursued playing harmonica while in Chicago but not much of an opportunity for harmonica players at the time so he played the bass guitar and the harmonica in several bands on the West Side of Chicago with the likes of Eddie Taylor and Royal Johnson in 1960’s.

In 1969′ he toured Europe with the American Folk Blues Festivals and had an opportunity to perform at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Carey Bell went on to play with Muddy Waters inn 1970.’ He went on to played with the (Chicago Blues All Stars) led by Willie Dixon.

In the 1980’s Carey Bell continued to record for different labels. In !990′ Bell teamed up with Junior Wells, James Cotton and Billy Branch to record the album “Harp Attack” which I used to practice to first starting to learn to play the harmonica on cassette tapes. Now because of high tech you can pull “Harp Attack” up on YouTube one of the best harmonica recordings of some of the Greatest Blues harmonica Players of all time.

Here’s a video of “Harp Attack”

Have you ever seen Carey Bell?

Have you ever heard Carey Bell?

Did you know who Carey Bell was?

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Country Blues Harmonica!

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I’m going to be talking about country blues harmonica and when it’s used and who uses it. Country Blues is acoustic guitar driven blues accompanied by the harmonica became called (folk blues) and targeted the audience of the white college age population. Then in the 1960s soul, rhythm and blues came on the scene and blues harmonica players like Sonny Boy Williams 11 now became known as folk blues artist. Another country blues harmonica player named “Sonny Terry” performed with a guitar player named “Brownie McGhee” and toured the folk festival circuit calling themselves (Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee).

There are a lot of different styles of country blues harmonica just to a name a few would-be Memphis blues, Texas blues, West Coast blues, Swamp blues, Delta blues, Kansas City blues, and hill country blues and more.

Country Blues Harmonica is different from Country Harmonica the difference between the two are that in Country Blues Harmonica you are playing in the “Cross Harp Position” using a lot of lower end bend on the harmonica drawing with your breath on holes 1-6 and in Country Harmonica you’re playing in the “Straight Harp Position” using a lot of melodies and blow notes and your bends are usually at the  upper end of the harmonica holes 7-10 drawing in with your breath I wrote an earlier post on different positions on the harmonica that you can access here>Harmonica Beginners!

Here is a list of a couple of Country Blues harmonica players!

    • Deford Bailey (born December 14th 1899 – July 2nd 1982) he was an early blues country harmonica player from Tennessee.
    • John Cephas (born September 4th 1930- March 4th 2009) He was a singer, guitar player and harmonica player in the Piedmont blues style.
    • Little Buddy Doyle (March 20 1911- ?) he was a Memphis blues style and country blues harmonica player who was a singer, harmonica and guitar player.
    • Sonny Boy nelson (born December 23rd 1908- November 4th 1998) he played a lot of different instruments like the banjo, harmonica, guitar, mandolin and the violin.
  • Here’s a video of “Country Blues Harmonica” that you can hear and see below.

The harmonica being used in this video is a Hohner Marine Band Crossover that you can purchase and see here>Hohner Crossover 

Have you ever heard Country Harmonica?

Have you ever heard of Country Blues Harmonica?

Have ever heard any of the Country Blues Harmonica players I listed?

Have you ever played Country Blues Harmonica?

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Harmonica Beginners!

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“Harmonica Beginners” Starting off Right!

(Choosing your first Harmonica)

 

I’m going to be talking about harmonica beginners and how to get started the correct way.  To start with to learn how to play the harmonica as a beginner you need to choose a quality harmonica and spend a few more dollars than trying to buy and learn from a cheap harmonica.

Harmonicas that are less expensive tend to be not airtight which makes them harder to play and harder to learn on.  Harmonicas that are a little bit more expensive are airtight and designed to be more comfortable in your mouth to play because of the curved cover plates and the flush design on the face of the harmonica it makes it mustache friendly also. The harmonica I would suggest for you to purchase is a Hohner Special 20 key of C which you can purchase right here through my website click here>hohner special 20 if you decide you would prefer a different harmonica rather than the one that I suggested you can also find those through this link> harmonicas.

(Holding the Harmonica)

When you’re holding the harmonica in your hand you want to make it feel comfortable in your hand which I wrote in an earlier page about the proper way to hold the harmonica with pictures  and instructions that you can see here>Hand Positions for Holding a Harmonica!

 

Step 1 correct

Step 2 correct

 

Step 3 correct mouth over the harmonica
Step 4 incorrect mouth in front of the harmonica

(First position playing on the Harmonica)

Everyone that starts to learn to play the harmonica for the first time starts right here with first position playing which is also called (Straight Harp) meaning that you blow most of the notes when you’re playing in the harmonica. You start playing simple songs like “row row row your boat” and “Mary had a little lamb” simply songs like those you learn chords and single note playing which I wrote an earlier post on learning to play the harmonica that you can see here>Learn Harmonica!

(Straight Harp)

Howard Levy teaching you how to play the first song you need to learn when starting out to play the harmonica “Row, Row, Row, Your Boat.”

(Second position playing on the Harmonica)

This position of playing the harmonica is often referred to as (Cross Harp) meaning that you draw most of the notes instead of blowing the notes on the harmonica which allows you to do more on the harmonica like bending notes which is what you hear a lot of blues harmonica players doing using this technique. You can bend notes in first position also but it not used as much as it is in blues music. Other styles of music other than blues like country or rock use the second position playing as well. There are more positions on the harmonica but those are more advanced and I will be talking about the other positions of playing the harmonica in a future post.

 

(Cross Harp)

This is a training video on how to play in the cross-harp position or second position playing.

Have you ever wanted to play the harmonica?

Did you know about the different positions of playing a harmonica?

Have you ever heard the term Straight Harp playing?

Have you ever heard the term Cross Harp playing?

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Famous Harmonica Player?

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I’m going to be talking about a very famous harmonica player in the harmonica world that you may have heard of or possibly not heard of he is famous for his unique style of playing the Richter tuned diatonic harmonica playing the chromatic scale I explain more about his style of playing below.

“Howard Levy” Harmonica Master

Howard Levy is known for his chromatic playing style on a diatonic harmonica in 1970′ he discovered  techniques on the harmonica called overblow and overdraw which allows him to play the chromatic scale on a Richter tuned diatonic harmonica and play all the missing chromatic notes because of theses techniques.

Howard Levy can plays in a lot of different styles because of his skills such a Classical, Folk, Rock,Jazz, Blues, Latin and World music.  As you can see he covers about every style there is to play the diatonic harmonicawhich most other harmonica players stick to one style or the other like Blues or Country.

Here’s a video interview on Howard Levy the Master of the Harmonica!

 

 

Have you ever heard of  Howard Levy?

Have you ever seen Howard Levy?

Have you ever heard of the  overblow technique?

Have you ever heard of the overdraw technique?

Have you ever used these techniques?

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Folk Harmonica!

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I’m going to be talking about folk harmonica which is played in what is called the first position on a harmonica. This style of playing the harmonica is called straight harp and the harmonica is in the same key as the guitar or the song being played.

So, for example if the guitar or song is in the key of G the harmonica is also in the key of G. In first position or straight harp as it called in the harmonica world you blow most of notes and your home note or root note is hole 4 blow which can also be played as a chord. Blow note hole 4 is your home note that you use on the major diatonic scale and play do, re, me starting with blow hole 4 then you work around the home note to give the music some flare then go back to the home note blow 4 as you’re playing the melody.

The ten hole diatonic harmonica is used the most in folk music in North America and also found in Celtic and English music.

Some of the well known harmonica players that use this style are “Bob Dylan” and “Neil Young” which I’m sure you have probably heard of before. These two harmonica players are the most well known for first position playing.

They are other harmonica players that use this style as well but not as well known as the two I mentioned above. I wrote an earlier post on Bob Dylan that you can check out here>More Famous Harmonica Players

I stated earlier that folk harmonica is mostly blow notes but there are some draw notes involved as well. Some of the draw notes are also called bent notes because you bend the tuning of the reed down to the lower pitched reed. This is done by lowering your jaw and relaxing your mouth which brings the pitch down and is usually done on what is called the  higher register of the harmonica holes 7-10 in first position playing.

I wrote an earlier post on bending which you can check out here>Harmonica Bending! WOW!

Here’s a video of Bob dylan in 1963′ he’s using a harmonica holder around his neck so he  can have his hands free to play the guitar and the harmonica at the same time this is used quite a bit in folk  music.

 

Here’s another video of “Neil Young” using the harmonica holder around his neck also like Bob dylan in the first video playing a folk song that’s called “She Rides a Harley Davidson” 1993′ on the Jay leno show.

 

Some of the harmonicas used in this style of playing are the suzuki folkmaster , Hohner Marine band, Hohner Special 20 and the hohner crossover are just a few of the harmonicas offered for folk harmonica.

Here’s a instruction video on playing in the first position on a harmonica for folk music.

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I hope I’ve helped you to understand a little bit more about folk harmonica and straight harp or first position playing on the harmonica.

Have you ever heard of  folk harmonica?

Have you ever heard of straight harp?

Have you ever heard of first position on a harmonica?

Have you ever heard of Bob dylan?

Have you ever used a harmonica holder to play the guitar and the harmonica at the same time?

Have you ever heard of Neil Young?

Have you used this style of playing?

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Diatonic Harmonica!

Diatonic harmonica is speaking about the different kinds of single-key harmonicas, that are available other than the chromatic harmonica. Like the Tremolo harmonica, Octave harmonica, and of course the most used diatonic harmonica the Blues harp!

Tremolo harmonica

The harmonica in the picture above is a harmonica with two reeds per note called  the Tremolo harmonica  this is referred to as the “Asia diatonic”

Octave harmonica

There’s the Octave harmonica with a curved look with two reeds per note just as the tremolo harmonica above and tuned with Weiner Octave tuning.

Blues harp

Then there’s the most popular diatonic harmonica the blues harp used in the United States and Europe. These harmonicas are Richter-tuned ten-hole harmonicas that are used in most music from Folk, Blues, Rock, Country, Jazz, and Beatbox.

Have you ever heard of a diatonic harmonica?

Have you ever seen a Tremolo harmonica?

Have you ever heard of the Tremolo harmonica called the “Asia diatonic”?

Have you ever seen, or heard of the Octave harmonica?

Have you ever heard of the term Blues harp?

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Harmonica Notes!

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Harmonica Notes?

Many beginning players are confused about harmonica notes, particularly since some of them appear to be “missing”. This articles shows the notes on a harmonica and the “missing notes” found on a harmonica.

Harmonicas come in a variety of keys styles and colors. In the diagram below blow means the note when blowing into a hole, draw means the note when breathing in. This note layout is called the “Richter tuning.”

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Blow C E G C E G C E G C
Draw D G B D F A B D F A

Look at holes 4 to 7. The notes from these holes are C, D, E, F, G, A, C, B which make up a C major scale. Not surprising for a harmonica in the key of C.

However holes 1 to 4 are different starting from hole 1 the notes are C, D, E, G, G, B, C, D Very confusing. Unlike holes 4 to 7, these lower notes do not make up a major scale. However look at blow notes 1 to 4, which are C, E, G, and C. These notes make a C major “chord”you blow into the first 4 holes to get this chord.

Now look at holes 4 to 7 the blow notes are also C, E, G, and C another C chord. The blow notes for holes 7 to 10 are also C, E, G and C another C chord. So all the blow notes on a C harmonica come from the C chord.

The draw notes on holes 1 to 4 are D, G, B, and D. These notes all come from the G chord, which is a very important one when playing in the key of C. Blow and draw repeatedly on holes 1 to 4 and you can hear how the two chords seem to match each other?

The Missing Harmonica Notes?

As outlined above arranging the harmonica to provide chords means that some notes are “missing” particularly in the bottom holes. However a common harmonica technique called “bending” allows these missing notes to be found and played.

“Bending Notes”

Bending harmonica notes involves changing tongue position mouth shape and breath pressure and is often very challenging for harmonica players when first starting to bend notes. But with a lot of practice and proper instructions you’ll learn that bending a note lowers its pitch. Bending is done mostly on the draw holes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, and blow holes 8, 9 and 10. The diagram below shows the notes commonly obtained through bending on a C harmonica.

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Blow C E G C E G C E G C
Blow bend Eb F# Bb
Draw D G B D F A B D F A
Draw Db F# Bb Db Ab
Draw F A
Draw Ab

The regular blow and draw notes for the C harmonica are shown in bold. Looking at the draw bends notice that a single extra note is available from holes 1, 4 and 6. Some players also bend draw hole 5 a little, but it doesn’t give you an extra note.

The 2 hole draw allows two extra bent notes while the 3 hole draw allows 3 extra bent notes. Controlling all of these notes takes much practice but is a skill known to most advanced players and is worth the effort to learn properly bending is used in a lot of harmonica music.

             Advanced Technique for Harmonica Players!

A single extra bent note is available from blow holes 8, 9 and 10. A very small group of players can get two distinct bent notes from the 10 blow. Even more notes are available using an advanced technique called overblowing.

Did you know anything about harmonica notes?

Did you know about bending notes on the harmonica?

Do you know how to bend notes on a harmonica?

Have you ever heard of the technique overblowing?

Have you ever used the technique overblowing?

Has this article helped you out in any way?

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Larry

 

Best Harmonica Players!

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Best Harmonica Players!

Where do I start, that’s a pretty broad subject, I guess best harmonica players  would depend on the harmonica player, and the kind of music being played. Some of the best harmonica players are Blues players, Country players, Jazz players, and more, styles to come in another post. I’m going to be giving you some familiar names, and faces in all these styles, some you probably new, and some you probably haven’t.

“Blues Players”

“Little Walter” would be at the top of the list, harmonica players for centuries, have been trying to duplicate his sound, very few have been successful.  Little Walter was born 1930′ died 1968′ he was 37yrs old.  I wrote a post earlier on Little Walter, and the kind of harmonica he used, a (Hohner Marine Band) most of the earlier harmonica players used the same harmonica, because that’s what was available back then. I have a video of Little Walter that you can see here>Little Walter

“Sonny Boy Williamson 11” was also at the top of the list for blues players, he also as I stated above played a (Hohner Marine Band), several other Hohner harmonicas like the Big 364, and 365 Marine Band 12 and 14 hole harmonicas to get that big full sound! Sonny Boy Williamson 11 was born 1912′ died 1965 he was 52yrs old.

“Country Players”

“Charlie McCoy” would be at the top of the list, when it comes to country harmonica players. Charlie McCoy has been known as the Godfather of modern bluegrass, and country he has played on dozens of hit records, and has played with the likes of Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, and many more. Charlie McCoy was born 1941′ and is still alive at age 74yrs old, and still performing today.

“Mickey Raphael” also known for his country style harmonica, he has been playing in the same band for over 30 yrs, in the Willie Nelson’s Band, Mickey likes to play Marine Bands,  Hohner Special 20’s, and a Big River harmonicas are some of his favorites. Mickey Raphael was born 1951′ and is alive currently, and still performing with the Willie Nelson Band.

“Jazz Players”

“Toots Thielemans” is one of the first choices, when it comes to Jazz harmonica players, Toots Thielemans was a belgian American jazz musician who was known for playing a Chromatic Harmonica , and performed with the Benny Goodman band in 1949′ touring Europe was known for playing  where he got his start playing harmonica. Toots Thielemans was born 1922′ died 2016′ he was 94 yrs. old

“Howard Levy” would be the next choice, of Jazz harmonica players at the top of the list. His style of playing, is Jazz fusion, Latin, Funk, Folk, Blues, Country, Classical Rock, and World Music. Howard Levy is an all around harmonica player, and can play multiple genres as you can see by the long list above. Howard Levy was born 1951′ and is still alive today, and performing, he plays a diatonic harmonica, and can play every note in the chromatic scale on it. Most harmonica players need a chromatic harmonica to play the chromatic scale.

Have you ever heard of Little Walter?

Have you ever heard of Sonny Boy Williamson 11?

Have you ever heard of Charlie McCoy?

Have you ever heard of Mickey Raphael?

Have you ever heard of Toots Thielemans?

Have you ever heard of Howard Levy?

Have you ever heard of any of these styles, on the harmonica?

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Harmonica Blues Legends!

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One of the first, and one of the top harmonica blues legends is??

You guessed it (Little Walter) Jacobs, Birth name Marion Walter Jacobs, was born 1930′ in Marksville, Louisiana, and was one of the best blues harmonica players in his time, and still is considered one of the greats today,  He died in 1968′ at age (37) he played a Hohner Original Marine Band harmonica back then.

Here’s a video of “Little Walter” Playing one of his most famous songs “Juke” Man was he Amazing!

 

Sonny Boy Williamson (1) Birth name John Lee Curtis Williamson, born in 1914′ in Madison County, Tennessee, was one of the first blues harmonica legends of all times. he was often referred to as the pioneer of the blues harp.  He was the most recorded blues harmonica player, and musicians of the 1930’s, and 1940’s he died in 1948′ at age (34)

Here’s a video of “Sonny Boy Williamson 1 playing one of his most famous songs, “Good Morning, Little SchoolGirl”

 

Sonny Boy Williamson (11) Birth name Aleck Ford born in 1912′ in Glendora, Mississippi was another one of the most famous harmonica blues legends of all times. he died in 1965′ at age (52), but was around the blues scene long enough to be able to perform with other Greats like Eric Clapton, Robbie Robertson, Jimmy Page, and Robert Johnson.

Here’s a video of one of his most famous songs, “Keep it to Yourself”

This is a good start to a couple of the most well Known Harmonica Blues Legends! More to come in the future there’s a long list! These are just a couple of the earliest Harmonica Blues Legends!

Have you ever heard of any of these, Harmonica Blues Legends?

Have you ever heard any of these video’s that I posted?

Did you know who Little Walter was before my post?

Did you know who Sonny Boy Williamson 1 was before my post?

Did you know who Sonny Boy Williamson 11 was before my post?

Did you know the difference between Sonny Boy 1, and Sonny Boy 11 before my post?

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