Maybe out of print but I bought a book some years ago by Jon Gindick, Rock ‘n’ Blues Harmonica, The story is sort of hokey, but a lot of good info on positions and chords and riffs etc…
That’s a great book. I bought it back in the eighties. Very helpful in getting my blues groove, when all I could play was “Oh Susanna”.
That was my second Jon Gindick book (the first – Country and Blues Harmonica for the Musically Hopeless – came with a nice little Hohner harp called a Pocket Pal that had a sort of clear plastic comb and I played it for about 20 years ). Both books are gems, IMO. I still have them and will never part with them. Unfortunately the original Pocket Pal harp finally passed on and now resides in “Harp-Players Heaven” …
Very cool Slim. I had both books also. Unfortunately I loaned Country and Blues Harmonica fot the Musically Helpless to an acquaintance an never saw it again. That book had an excellent section on bending ( oooooo - eeeeee) that got me bending in minutes.
These books are all still available as downloads on Jon Gindick’s web site: Download Jon Gindick's Harmonica Books & Recordings
Most of them also come with audio files. I agree – I think his material is great.
I also feel compelled to say it is better to support the author by purchasing the material directly from him, rather than downloading it from a different archive.