Little Walter Photo Tribute

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. Please enjoy these images of a true musical genius.

TheSlowDrag-LittleWalter

LittleWalterMarineBand

LittleWalterRBMonthly

LittleWalterEP

LittleWalterBobKoester

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

LittleWalterCottonMuddy

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LittleWalterPortrait!

LWGuitar

Little Walter on Maxwell Street Playing Guitar – 1964

(Photo by Ray Flerlage)

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Little Walter & Bukka White in Europe – 1967

(Photo by Jean-Pierre Loloir)

Cottonfield!

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Little Walter & Hound Dog Tayler in Europe – 1967

(Photo by Jean-Pierre Loloir)

LittleWalterSmile!

Little Walter Performing at University Of Chicago – 1966

(Photo by Ray Flerlage)

LittleWalterChromatic

LittleWalterLight

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Koko Taylor, Sonny Terry, Odie Payne, Little Walter 1967

(Photo by Jean-Paul Lenoir)

LittleWalterBronstein

(Photo by Don Bronstein)

LittleWalterLastNight

LittleWalterCotton

Little Walter & James Cotton

(Photo by Ernest Withers)

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

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One thought on “Little Walter Photo Tribute

  1. Juke was the first blues song I heard as a teenager, I found a tape in a bargain bin called FOREVER. BLUES and Juke was the first cut. I played that tape until it disintegrated, have loved Little Walter ever since. He was always easy go to guy on my radio show!!!

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