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8 thoughts on “ Little Walter - Up The Line (Vinyl)

  1. Little Walter is the bomb. Even if it cost too much brand new you can get it used at a much lesser price and in great shape. I couldn't ask for a better blues cd than Little Walter. Definitely classic blues/5(18).
  2. Details about R&B NEW BREED Little Walter UP THE LINE Checker 45 rare KILLER hot rocker!! See original listing. Little Walter 'My Baby Is Sweeter' Checker Chess Vinyl 7" Single VG+ Nice Copy! $ shipping: + $ shipping. Big Moose Puppy Howl Blues Rambling Woman EX THE BLUES PROMO northern mod KILLER. $End date: May 23,
  3. The booklet is nice. It gives an overview of Little Walter's life and goes into a bit more detail about his musical career while at Chess Records. Interspersed throughout are mostly b&w photos of Little Walter,and a nice reproduction of an ad for his famous tune"JUKE"/5(26).
  4. Blues with a Feeling is a two-CD, track compilation which makes the perfect audio bookend to The Essential Little Walter (or the single disc The Best of Little Walter for those on a budget) by systematically combing the Chess vaults and rounding up the best stuff. No bottom-of-the-barrel scrapings here; this compilation effectively renders all '70s Euro vinyl bootlegs null and void, both.
  5. The mighty MUDDY WATERS turns up here and there too - the opening track on CD1 is "Evan's Shuffle", the B-side of Muddy's "Louisiana Blues" 78 on Chess which first charted in January - it's Little Walter's first appearance and it's a blast (the title to this review is 5/5(4).
  6. Oct 30,  · Blues harmonica player and composer. His innovation on the harmonica has had impact on succeeding generations. Born & raised in Louisiana, Little Walter had quit school by the age of 12, & was supporting himself with odd jobs & busking around southern cities in Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, & Missouri.
  7. Technically speaking, the title The Complete Chess Masters may be a bit of a misnomer. Little Walter issued the majority of his sides on Chess' sister label Checker with his full LPs appearing on Chess proper, but this is splitting hairs: Walter cut all his solo sides for Chess, often in Chess studios, cutting most during a spell in the early and mid-'50s when he was the most successful artist.

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