Songs That Feature The Harmonica

Posted: January 22, 2010 in Playlists
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A Little More Time With You–James Taylor

Ain’t Goin’ Down ‘Til The Sun Comes Up–Garth Brooks

All Around The World–Oasis

All I Really Want–Alanis Morissette

Ants Marching–Dave Matthews Band

Arcady–Peter Doherty

Ashes Everywhere–Joseph Arthur

Atlantic City–Bruce Springsteen

Beautiful People–Pet Shop Boys

Blue Sky Mine–Midnight Oil

Bring It On Home–Led Zeppelin

Brother John–Blues Traveler

But Anyway–Blues Traveler

Dance All Night–Ryan Adams & The Cardinals

Desire–U2

Driver 8–R.E.M.

Every Grain Of Sand–Bob Dylan

Fingertips (Part 2)–Stevie Wonder

Flowers In December–Mazzy Star

Generation Landslide–Alice Cooper

Hand In My Pocket–Alanis Morissette

Head Over Feet–Alanis Morisette

Heart Of Gold–Neil Young

Hello Operator–White Stripes

Hey Baby–Bruce Channel

Hook–Blues Traveler

I Ain’t Done Wrong–The Yardbirds

I Am–Train

I Feel For You–Chaka Khan

I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues–Elton John

I Should Have Known Better–The Beatles

I Was Made To Love Her–Stevie Wonder

I’m In your Life–Joseph Arthur

If You Wanna Get To Heaven–Ozark Mountain Daredevils

Isn’t She Lovely–Stevie Wonder

Juke–Little Walter

Just Like A Woman–Bob Dylan

Keepin’ It Real–Taylor Hicks

Life Is A Highway–Tom Cochrane

Life On A Chain–Pete Yorn

Lifelong Passion (Sail Away)–The Fireman

Like A Rolling Stone–Bob Dylan

Lochloosa–Mofro

Love Me Do–The Beatles

Love Rescue Me–U2

Mexican Radio–Wall of Voodoo

Miss You–The Rolling Stones

My Boy Lollipop–Millie Small

Oh Girl–The Chi-Lites

On The Road Again–Bob Dylan

Pandemonium–Pet Shop Boys

Piano Man–Billy Joel

Roadhouse Blues–The Doors

Runaround–Blues Traveler

Running To Standstil–U2

Shine Down–Godsmack

Some Girls–The Rolling Stones

Suicide Blonde–INXS

Tangled Up In Blue–Bob Dylan

The Wizard–Black Sabbath

There Must Be An Angel (Playin’ With My Heart)–Eurythmics

Train, Train–Blackfoot

Trip Through Your Wires–U2

Tuesday’s Gone–Metallica

Visions Of Johanna–Bob Dylan

Vivid–Electronic

When The Levee Breaks–Led Zeppelin

You Don’t Know How It Feels–Tom Petty

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