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J. J. Milteau gathers around him some talented accomplices, Michael Robinson, Mike Andersen, Harrison Kennedy, Carlton Moody, under the guidance of Johan Dalgaard... to surf on a soundtrack soaked with blues and all the music he has been programming for over twenty years in his show "Bon Temps Rouler". My whole life has been determined by the purchase of my first harmonica when I was fifteen. For me, it really was The Key To The Highway... Whether it's Little Walter's 1958 version, Clapton and Duane Allman's 1970 version, or the one mistakenly considered the original by Big Bill Broonzy and Jazz Gillum, the song "Key to the Highway" is undoubtedly considered a classic, if not an anthem! Blues studies agree that lyrics are often taken at face value. But here we're dealing with the obvious: everyone's common aspiration to break free from their condition and find a personal and gratifying path. Even if I never thought that my modest "ruine-babine" would serve such a purpose, I must honestly admit that all the encounters that have shaped my life have come about more or less directly thanks to Marine Band 1896/20. For me, the little harmonica was The Key to the Highway.