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Search Myspace Start typing Please try again. Photo from. You're now in slide show mode. Forgot password? Keep me signed in. It was like I was tricking myself, telling myself that I wasn't going to quit for good, just until she got out. It took three days to get her out, and I haven't had a drink since. For the first half of , Musselwhite toured with the acoustic-electric blues band Hot Tuna.
In the latter half of , he went on tour with Cyndi Lauper , having played harmonica on her hit album Memphis Blues. Musselwhite also teamed with Ben Harper to record the album Get Up! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Charlie Musselwhite. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Music 1st ed. Fulham, London: Flame Tree Publishing. Backbeat Books. Newquist; Jon F. Eiche Hal Leonard. Archived from the original on May 29, Retrieved December 30, January 31, Archived from the original on July 11, The seminal Stand Back!
Here Comes Charlie Musselwhite's Southside Blues Band was a thrilling album and successfully ushered him into the blues fold. Archived from the original on July 21, Retrieved July 17,This track collection of Musselwhite's early days shows that even back then the man could blow effectively in a variety of settings. In addition to the groundbreaking recordings he made with his own group, this also includes Musselwhite backing John Hammond on two tracks and a duet with Walter Horton from the Chicago, The Blues Today! sessions -- nice additions.