Harmonica Blues Kings

Harmonica Blues Kings

by Big Walter Horton
     
 
This is very early amplified Walter, recorded in the fall of 1954 for the Black-owned United/States labels. On four of the cuts, Big Walter is playing backup harp and solos for singer Tommy Brown; the other two cuts represent Big Walter's first Chicago record under his own name. Includes the definitive recording of the classic Walter tune

Overview

This is very early amplified Walter, recorded in the fall of 1954 for the Black-owned United/States labels. On four of the cuts, Big Walter is playing backup harp and solos for singer Tommy Brown; the other two cuts represent Big Walter's first Chicago record under his own name. Includes the definitive recording of the classic Walter tune "Hard Hearted Woman." Reissued on compact disc by Delmark in 2000.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/17/2000
Label:
Delmark
UPC:
0038153071226
catalogNumber:
712
Rank:
91824

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Big Walter Horton   Primary Artist,Harmonica,Vocals,Track Performer
Memphis Slim   Piano
Red Holloway   Tenor Saxophone
Harold Ashby   Tenor Saxophone
Fred Below   Drums
Lee Cooper   Guitar
Lafayette Leake   Piano
Earl Dranes   Guitar
Alfred Harris   Harmonica,Vocals
Willie Dixon Band   Bass
James Bannister   Drums
John Vameron   Tenor Saxophone
Tommy Brown   Vocals

Technical Credits

Big Walter Horton   Composer
Leonard Allen   Composer
Jim O'Neal   Liner Notes
James Bannister   Composer
Tommy Brown   Composer

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