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Charlie Musselwhite and Ben Harper have themselves a good old fashioned jam session during the GRAMMY U Off The Record With Ben Harper And Charlie Musselwhite event on Oct. 3 at The Recording Academy headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif.

Charlie Musselwhite and Ben Harper have themselves a good old fashioned jam session during the GRAMMY U Off The Record With Ben Harper And Charlie Musselwhite event on Oct. 3 at The Recording Academy headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif.

Charlie Musselwhite - Blues Overtook Me - saw him in concert with Dr. John several years ago, then met him afterwards. Love this guys voice!

Charlie Musselwhite - Blues Overtook Me - saw him in concert with Dr. John several years ago, then met him afterwards. Love this guys voice!

Grandpa Elliott Small, born Elliot Small in 1944, also known as Uncle Remus, is a street-musician in New Orleans, Louisiana. He plays the harmonica, sings, and is a street icon in New Orleans. He has been featured on Playing for Change in several episodes. His debut song with Playing for Change was "Stand by Me". He has also been on The Tonight Show and The Colbert Report. He has been a street icon on Royal Street in the French Quarter and Jackson Square in New Orleans. Jørn Veberg photo.

Grandpa Elliott Small, born Elliot Small in 1944, also known as Uncle Remus, is a street-musician in New Orleans, Louisiana. He plays the harmonica, sings, and is a street icon in New Orleans. He has been featured on Playing for Change in several episodes. His debut song with Playing for Change was "Stand by Me". He has also been on The Tonight Show and The Colbert Report. He has been a street icon on Royal Street in the French Quarter and Jackson Square in New Orleans. Jørn Veberg photo.

(one line of the lyric)  Ive found nobody can tell me  ,just what is the soul of a man  ....  This was one of many wonderful recordings given a highlighted segment in the Scorcese/ PBS series about the history of Jazz (mostly American Jazz, but the series included some non American performers as well...)  NOTE:  the still image of a man, a guitar and a woman at a corner of a brick building is probably NOT a photo of the person singing this recording Blind Willie Johnson

(one line of the lyric) Ive found nobody can tell me ,just what is the soul of a man .... This was one of many wonderful recordings given a highlighted segment in the Scorcese/ PBS series about the history of Jazz (mostly American Jazz, but the series included some non American performers as well...) NOTE: the still image of a man, a guitar and a woman at a corner of a brick building is probably NOT a photo of the person singing this recording Blind Willie Johnson

"Professor Longhair" (1918 - 1980) New Orleans R and blues singer and piano player, "Mardi Gras in New Orleans", real name: Henry Byrd

"Professor Longhair" (1918 - 1980) New Orleans R and blues singer and piano player, "Mardi Gras in New Orleans", real name: Henry Byrd

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