Gary Primich — Brown Derby Liquor

Gary Primich is a wonderful harp player. Even though he seems to play simple stuff, he plays it really cool. I very much like the style he is playing. Here are several of my favourite songs: "Dry County Blues", "Brown Derby Liquor", "Dollar, Dollar", "Hardwood Floor". It it's a pity he left us so early.

I decided to try his style of playing on a song "Brown Derby Liquor" from album Dog House Music. As far as I understand, the song is in F minor key and he plays it on Eb harmonica.

Here are the tabs for it. [-2-5] denote octave playing:

Intro:

[-2-5] [36]     [36] [-2-5] [36] [-3-6]
[-4-8] [47] [-3-6] [36] [-3-6] [-2-5] [-1-4]   -4'  -4<>-5

Solo:

-4 -5  -6' -6     -6' -5 -'6 -5 -4    -4<>-5    [-4-8][-3-7][-2-5]..
-4 -5  -6' -6     -6-6' -6-6' -6-6'-6-6'-6 -6'-5 -6'-6

[-4-8] [47]    [-3-6] [-2-5]  [36] [36]
    [-2-5] [-1-4] [-2-5]     [36] [-3-6] [-2-5] [-1-4]
[-1-4] [-2-4] [-1-4]   [36] [-3-6] [-2-5] [-1-4] [-2-5] [-3-6] [-3-7] [-4-8]
[-3-6] [-4-8] [47] [-3-6] [-2-5] [36]
[-2-5] [-4-8] [47] [-3-6] [-2-5] [36]   [-2-5] [-1-4]  -4<>-5 -4'<>-5' -4<>-5  -5-4-3-2..

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