|Harmonica Blues refers to any style of blues where the harmonica plays a central figure. Although the harmonica was present in many country blues recordings, it became a dominant force in the '50s, when it was amplified by the likes of Big Walter Horton, Little Walter, and Junior Wells. The powerful sound of a miked harmonica became an instantly recognizable element of electric blues, particularly Chicago blues.|
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