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6673 posts
Dec 18, 2020
9:34 PM
Hey everybody:

Just a heads up: this Saturday, 12/19/20, I will be going live with one of the most important videos I've released since I began my YouTube odyssey thirteen years ago.

It's a long and fascinating Zoom interview, conducted yesterday, with a major blues harmonica player whose name you all know.

31 posts
Dec 19, 2020
11:31 AM
Awesome interview Adam! Thanks for all your great work man!
6674 posts
Dec 20, 2020
8:49 AM
Here you go.

8 posts
Dec 20, 2020
12:47 PM
Just watched "A Conversation with Charlie Musselwhite".
That hearty stew was wonderfully filling while creating great anticipation of the next stew day.
527 posts
Dec 20, 2020
3:18 PM
Been listening to Charlie for 45 yrs. A wonderful interview, Adam! I truly hope you are able to get a couple more in. Now’s the time. Thanks
3048 posts
Dec 21, 2020
9:38 PM
That was a great interview Adam. I have known Charlie for over 40 years. I use to hang around him and listen to stories he told me. I heard some new ones on your interview. Thanks for doing it. Walter
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405 posts
Dec 22, 2020
4:23 AM
Thanks so much for posting that Adam, Charlie is one of the few great harp players I've managed to see when he came to Australia, what must be 20 years ago now. to hear his history was really interesting, especially that he was so close to Carey Bell. Great interview, thank you to both of you
105 posts
Dec 23, 2020
7:13 AM
Long time ago I interviewed Musselwhite for a magazine here in Brasil, he was such a gentleman. He's one who deserves a biography for sure.
Adam, you'd convince him to write down his memories, it coul be your next project.
383 posts
Dec 24, 2020
11:02 AM
Back in 2008 I was living in London and saw an advert that some blues dude was playing at the 100 Club on Oxford Street - the basement dive bar where the Sex Pistols started. Seemed like an odd venue for a blues act, but evidently his band had visa problems and he was making the best of it. Damn I’m glad I went! Not only was it a terrific show - he played the harmonica like a soldier of fortune and sounded like he’d paid the price - but from having seen Charlie I decided that day that I wanted to learn how to play harmonica. Here’s the review


After seeing Charlie with his long hair, cowboy boots and leather jacket I also decided that that’s what I wanted to look like when I got old - he’s a super cool cat. Thanks for posting the interview Adam! Charlie knows stuff that will be lost forever if it doesn’t get documented.
6676 posts
Dec 25, 2020
4:54 AM
Thanks, everybody. I'm glad you enjoyed this interview as much as I enjoyed conducting and editing it.

It was Isaac Ullah, btw, who convinced me that I should take the time to learn the new version of iTunes. Man, was he ever right! It's so much easier to add images on top of the conversation.

643 posts
Dec 26, 2020
11:14 AM
Great interview-----Great person to interview.

Talked to him a couple times on "Blues Cruise".
He would always ask Where u from? R u havin fun? He was as interested in u, as u were with him.

I love the way he pass's off to guitar player 0r keyboard. This casual "wave of hand "
that said:
Im glad in yr in my band, yr really good, NOW GET SOME. They'd look back at him after a 12 bar go round or 2 and he'd give the same gracious wave saying: No I want to hear more.

He's the real deal--So r u Adam -been to Yr west coast deal, with R. Shellist and Hill Country.

Great interview--------heres S terry song mentioned

342 posts
Dec 26, 2020
3:11 PM
Cooler than Cool.
Ricky B
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