Lee Oskar: That unique harmonica in War

War was immensely popular and they were unique. Funky with a Latin edge. They had an equally unique harmonica player who wasn’t playing Blues, but he added something to... See More

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War was immensely popular and they were unique. Funky with a Latin edge. They had an equally unique harmonica player who wasn’t playing Blues, but he added something to their sound that no other band had, or at least no other band with as many hits as War.

His name is Lee Oskar and he’s my guest today on On the One: Vintage Soul Interviews.

War was immensely popular and they were unique. Funky with a Latin edge. They had an equally unique harmonica player who wasn’t playing Blues, but he added something to their sound that no other band had, or at least no other band with as many hits as War.

His name is Lee Oskar and he’s my guest today on On the One: Vintage Soul Interviews.

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Tom D'Antoni

Tom D’Antoni has been a broadcaster (TV and radio), producer, writer, editor, author and a lot of other things in a long career in all forms of media. He is currently Editor-In-Chief of Oregon Music News, does a Soul Music radio show (I Like It Like That), DJ’s in clubs, does a podcast on Bleav and OMN. He lives in Portland Oregon. And that’s only scratching the surface…