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Billy Joel's Harmonica
Harmonica
"Sing us a song, you're the piano man"

Origin

Billy Joel

Type

Harmonica

Effects

Plays the tune to 'Piano Man'

Downsides

Tune causes a melancholy effect on listeners

Activation

Puff of air

Collected by

Unknown; Warehouse 13 agents

Section

Euterpe-583L

Date of Collection

Between 1973 and 2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

William Martin "Billy" Joel is a musician, singer and songwriter. He is currently the sixth best-selling recording artist in the United States. He is known for his style of playing involving piano, harmonica, accordion and sometimes a Capella. His hit song 'Piano Man' has become his most recognized and during his concerts it is frequently played as a closing song. Its melancholy piano and harmonica combination and the bitter-sweet lyrics have become popular with audiences of all ages.

EffectsEdit

When a puff of air enters the harmonica, it will begin to play the tune to 'Piano Man' on it's own. The tune has a relaxing melancholy effect on listeners, and is effective at distracting them from whatever task they are doing at the time. Once the song has been played in full, it will not activate again until there is a break in the wind, making it a 'one song per gust' policy.

Agent Blaine Biston carries it as apart of his personal, Regent approved, travel collection of artifacts.  In addition to using it in the field, he also will place it on a fan to help with his occasional insomnia.

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