"Juke 1.0": This is the opening 12-bars of Little Walter's classic instrumental, slightly simplified with the help of lip pursing and single notes rather than tongue-blocked octaves. Perfect for ADVANCED BEGINNERS and INTERMEDIATE players who want to tangle with the real stuff but aren't yet comfortable with tongue-blocking.
"Blues With a Feeling": Essential repertoire for any serious blues harp student. I've transcribed Little Walter's intrumental intro, breaking it down and putting it back together. INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.
"Eight-Bar Blues Progressions": For ADVANCED BEGINNERS through ADVANCED INTERMEDIATES. Although 80-85% of recorded take the 12-bar form, another 5-10% are 8-bar blues. What most players don't realize is that there are three different kinds of 8-bar blues. This lesson explains all that, using recorded examples from 14 blues songs by players like Little Walter, Sonny Terry, and Otis Spann.
"Ending the Blues": a study guide to the challenging art of ending a 12-bar blues song well. This lesson consists of ten (10) different two-bar endings, drawn from Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson, Big Walter Horton, Nat Riddles, Jason Ricci, and my own recordings. INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.