If you love hearing jazz harmonica as much as I do, you will want to purchase this excellent compilation by J. J. Milteau as soon as possible! There are 22 classic harmonica performances on this fine collection.
This is a jazz harmonica listener's dream come true to have such a collection. Here is a partial listing of the artists, songs, years originally recorded: Toots Thielemans, "Gymnopedie No. 1," 1989; Sonny Terry, "Lost John," 1954; Stevie Wonder, "Alfie," 1968; Jimmy Riddle with Roy Acuff, "Freight Train Blues, 1947; Sonny Boy Williamson, "Trust My Baby," 1960; Magic Dick with J. Geils Band, "Whammer Jammer," 1972; Greg Szlapczynski, "Moody," 1998; Borrah Minevitch, "On The Loose," 1941; Eric Chafer, "Intro," 2000; Robert Lee McCoy, "My Drivin' Wheel," 1939; Little Walter, "That's It," 1953; Larry Adler with Django Reinhardt,"Body & Soul," 1938; Deford Bailey, "Ice Water Blues, 1928, among others.
A classic harmonica collection for the jazz listening audience, this is one to have in the home library, and one to have placed in your local Public Library. Great and enjoyable entertainment!