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10 Great Songs Featuring the Harmonica

The harmonica was first developed in East Asia and later Europe during the 19th century. The harmonica, a free reed wind instrument, is also known as the French harp, blues harp, mouth organ, and less common names like the Mississippi saxophone, pocket sax, toe pickle, tin sandwich, and ten-holed tin-can tongue twister. Since the mid 1800s, the harmonica has primarily been used by individuals or musicians in American folk music, blues, jazz, country, and rock. Many varieties of harmonicas are available, including the diatonic, chromatic, tremolo, orchestral, and bass versions to produce quality sounds and great music. Here are 10 Great Songs Featuring The Harmonica:

1. Positively 4th Street by Bob Dylan


2. Love Me Do By The Beatles


3. Trip Through Your Wires By U2


4. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues By Elton John Featuring Stevie Wonder


5. What I Like About You By The Romantics


6. Hook by Blues Traveler


7. The Wizard By Black Sabbath


8. What Would You Say By Dave Mathews Featuring John Popper


9. Orange Blossom Special By Johnny Cash


10. Booty Call By G-Love And The Special Sauce


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