Difficult film soundtrack music question

NickM

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Last night I watched the film Kingpin. The best thing about it (by far...) was the music at the very end, for the scene where the Amish community get uncharacteristically frisky and dance. It had the most terrific harmonica playing I've ever heard - real virtuoso stuff - so it's not surprising that it got the brethren and sistren moving! I'd like to hear it again.

Not being very expert in, er, popular music, I am quite unable to determine from the IMDB soundtrack listing which of the many bands there played the music for that scene. In the film they were a trio, but most of those listed seem to have more than three members. Does anybody know which of them feature harmonica heavily as a lead instrument? The film was made in 1996, if that helps.
 

Flying_Monkey

Toll Collector on the Road to Nowhere
Isn't it Blues Traveller?

See the Youtube clip here.
 
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NickM

NickM

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Flying_Monkey said:
Isn't it Blues Traveller?
Could well be - I can't see Youtube clips at work. I'll have a look when I get home - thanks ;)

<later> That's the one! Absolutely sensational harmonica. I wonder if the musos on here have heard it...
 
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