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Little Walter - Sad Hours

Little Walter-Sad Hours

Big Walter Horton by Bluesoundz Radio, via Flickr

Big Walter Horton-Rockin' My Boogie

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GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN – LITTLE WALTER by Todd Beebe The Blues have always been rightfully proud to boast great musicians for numerous instruments, such as vocalists, guitarists, and certainl…

10 Best Harmonica Songs for Learning to Play Harmonica - http://tenmania.com/10-best-harmonica-songs/

If you’re fascinated by the blues harp, we suggest you take a few minutes and go through our small presentation, complete with the best harmonica songs.

Little Walter Jacobs--king of the harp.

Here's the man to thank for the sound of the harmonica as we know it. We're talking about Little Walter Jacobs, whose innovation was that he put the harmonica and the microphone together in his cupped hands.


Little Walter & Bukka White in Europe – 1967 (Photo by Jean-Pierre Loloir)

Little Walter © Raeburn Flerlage |

Little Walter © Raeburn Flerlage

Little Walter. #theBlues

Little Walter © Raeburn Flerlage

Little Walter Obituary from Jet Magazine – March 1968 (Courtesy of Scott Dirks)

The late Little Walter came into this world to forever expand the boundaries of the blues harmonica. His stirring use of tone, phrasing, and dynamics is to this day unequalled.

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An entry from ROOTS N BLUES

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Little Walter with his rig in action...

Marion ‘Little Walter’ Jacobs

Little Walter, my favorite blues artist.


Little Walter - Dead Presidents


Little Walter Plays at Theresa’s Lounge in 1965 as Bob Koester of Delmark Records Listens


Little Walter Photo Tribute

Koko Taylor, Sonny Terry, Oddie Payne, Little Walter.  1967.

Koko Taylor, Sonny Terry, Odie Payne, Little Walter 1967 (Photo by Jean-Paul Lenoir)

Little Walter

Little Walter / Boom, Boom Out Goes the Lights - Little Walter is widely considered as the best ever blues harp performer in the long history of the Blues. Born Marion Walter Jacobs (May 1930 – February