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100 Authentic Blues Licks
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100 Authentic Blues Licks

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Voicing/Format Harmonica
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Steve Cohen
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00115070

Price: $16.99

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100 Authentic Blues Licks Composed by Steve Cohen. For Harmonica. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00115070, UPC: 884088878320)

If you're just getting started or a veteran looking to add more licks to your arsenal, this book/CD pack is for you. From basic 12-bar blues backing riffs to mojo-packed solo licks, Steve Cohen shares 100 time-tested licks to help you get the most out of your 10-hole diatonic harp. Allexamples are played on a C harp and are written in standard notation and harmonica tab. The CD contains demonstration tracks for all of the licks - many with play-along tracks. Includes: cross harp and straight harp licks; boogie-woogie licks; stop-time licks; ascending & descending licks; funk licks; shuffle licks; horn-adapted licks; glissandro licks; octave licks; warble licks; over-blowing chromatic licks; turn-arounds and endings. Also include many riffs in the styles of Sonny Boy Williamson II, Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, James Cotton, and more!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ASCENDING & DESCENDING LICKS  
BOOGIE WOOGIE LICKS  
CROSS HARP/STRAIGHT HARP LICKS  
FUNK LICKS  
GLISSANDO LICKS  
HORN-ADAPTED LICKS  
OCTAVE LICKS  
OVER-BLOWING CHROMATIC LICKS  
RIFFS  
SHUFFLE LICKS  
STOP-TIME LICKS  
TURNAROUNDS & ENDINGS  
WARBLE LICKS  

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