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The Essential Little Walter

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Download links and information about The Essential Little Walter by Little Walter. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 46 tracks with total duration of 02:09:07 minutes.

Artist: Little Walter
Release date: 1993
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 46
Duration: 02:09:07
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Juke 2:44
2. Can't Hold Out Much Longer 3:01
3. Boogie 3:01
4. Blue Midnight (Alternate Take) 3:02
5. Mean Old World 2:55
6. Sad Hours 3:12
7. Don't Need No Horse 3:15
8. Tell Me Mama 2:48
9. Off the Wall 2:51
10. Quarter to Twelve 3:12
11. Blues With a Feeling 3:07
12. Too Late 2:41
13. Fast Boogie 2:52
14. Lights Out 2:45
15. Fast Large One 2:50
16. You're so Fine 3:04
17. Oh Baby 2:46
18. I Got to Find My Baby 2:48
19. Last Night (First Version) 2:54
20. You Better Watch Yourself 3:04
21. Mellow Down Easy 2:43
22. My Babe 2:42
23. Roller Coaster 2:53
24. Little Girl 3:05
25. Hate to See You Go 2:17
26. Boom, Boom Out Goes the Light 2:51
27. It Ain't Right 2:54
28. It's too Late Brother 2:41
29. Just a Feeling 2:54
30. Ah'w Baby 2:54
31. I've Had My Fun (Alternate Take) 2:13
32. Confessin' the Blues 3:04
33. Key to the Highway 2:46
34. Walkin' On 2:36
35. You Gonna Be Sorry (Someday Baby) [Alternate Take] 3:07
36. Crazy Mixed Up World 2:01
37. Worried Life 2:41
38. Everything's Gonna Be Alright 2:50
39. Back Track 2:49
40. Blue and Lonesome 2:55
41. I Don't Play 2:19
42. As Long as I Have You 2:39
43. Just Your Fool 2:24
44. Up the Line 2:07
45. Southern Feeling 2:58
46. Dead Presidents 2:52

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Among his peers at Chess Records, only Muddy Waters scored more hits than Little Walter, and, arguably, only Muddy Waters, whose band Walter played in, was a more towering solo blues figure in the '50s. Little Walter amplified the harmonica-in the same way Muddy electrified the guitar-and in so doing created a critical instrument in the development of electric blues. No one played "harp" leads-soaring, screeching, rockin' leads-better than Walter, and as a front man, he made history with numbers like "Mean Old World" and "Sad Hours," the latter sporting the one of the best harp solos ever recorded.