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DISC: 1

1. Jaybird Coleman: Man Trouble Blues
2. Ollis Martin: Police and High Sheriff Come Ridin' Down
3. Noah Lewis' Jug Band: Bad Luck's My Buddy
4. Carver Boys: Wang Wang Harmonica Blues
5. William McCoy: Train Imitations and the Fox Chase
6. Chuck Darling: Blowin' the Blues
7. Eddie Mapp: Riding the Blinds
8. Alfred Lewis: Friday Moan Blues
9. Jazz Gillum: Sarah Jane
10. Freeman Stowers: Railroad Blues
11. Blues Birdhead: Harmonica Blues
12. Deford Bailey: Muscle Shoal Blues
13. Palmer McAbee: Lost Boy Blues

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The harmonica has long been synonymous with the blues, playing a key role in the evolution of the genre. This Rough Guide highlights the revolutionary players who pioneered the techniques now considered standard. A1. Jaybird Coleman: Man Trouble Blues A2. Ollis Martin: Police And High Sheriff Come Ridin' Down A3. Noah Lewis' Jug Band: Bad Luck's My Buddy A4. Carver Boys: Wang Wang Harmonica Blues A5. William McCoy: Train Imitations And The Fox Chase A6. Chuck Darling: Blowin' The Blues A7. Eddie Mapp: Riding The Blinds B1. Alfred Lewis: Friday Moan Blues B2. Jazz Gillum: Sarah Jane B3. Freeman Stowers: Railroad Blues B4. Blues Birdhead: Harmonica Blues B5. DeFord Bailey: Muscle Shoal Blues B6. Palmer McAbee: Lost Boy Blues