Little Walter Hate To See You Go
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After reaching the age of majority based on a birth year ofhe consistently gave his birth year as He quit school and by the age of 12 had left rural Louisiana and travelled, Bobbie Gentry The Delta Sweete odd jobs and busking on the streets of New Orleans, Memphis, Helena and West Helena, Arkansas, and St.
Arriving in Little Walter Hate To See You Go inhe occasionally found work as a guitarist but garnered more attention for his already highly developed harmonica playing. According to Chicago bluesman Floyd JonesLittle Walter's first recording was an unreleased demo recorded soon after he arrived in Chicago, on which Walter played guitar backing Jones. He could thus compete with any guitarist's volume. However, unlike other contemporary blues harp players, such as Sonny Boy Williamson I and Snooky Pryorwho like many other harmonica players had also begun using the newly available amplifier technology around the same time solely for added volume, Little Walter purposely pushed his amplifiers beyond their intended technical limitations, using the amplification to explore and develop radical new timbres and sonic effects previously unheard from a harmonica or any other instrument.
Jacobs made his first released recordings in for Little Walter Hate To See You Go Abrams's tiny Ora-Nelle label,  which operated out of the back room of Abrams's Maxwell Radio and Records store in the heart of the Maxwell Street district in Chicago. Little Walter joined Muddy Waters 's band inand by he was playing acoustic unamplified harmonica on Waters's recordings for Chess Records. The first appearance on record of Little Walter's amplified harmonica was on Waters's "Country Boy" Chessrecorded on July 11, For years after his departure from Waters's band inChess continued to hire him to play on Waters's recording sessions, and as a result his harmonica is featured on most of Waters's classic recordings from the s.
His guitar playing was also featured occasionally on early Chess sessions with Waters and Jimmy Rogers. They played together in Clarksdale. Jacobs had put his career as a bandleader on hold when he joined Waters's band, but he stepped out front again when he recorded as a bandleader for Chess's subsidiary label Little Walter Hate To See You Go Records on May 12, Following the pattern of "Juke", most of Little Walter's singles released in the s featured a vocal performance on one side and a harmonica instrumental on the other.
In general, his sound was more modern and up-tempo than the popular Chicago Vic Caesar Bare Knuckles Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of the day, with a jazzier conception and rhythmically less rigid approach than that of other contemporary blues harmonica players.
Jacobs left Waters's band in and recruited his own backing band, the Acesa group that was already working steadily in Chicago backing Junior Wells. By the members of the Aces had each separately left Little Walter to Little Walter Hate To See You Go other opportunities and were initially replaced by the guitarists Robert "Junior" Lockwood and Luther Tucker and drummer Odie Payne.
Among others who worked in Little Walter's recording and touring bands in the s were the guitarists Jimmie Lee Robinson and Freddie Robinsonand drummer George Hunter. Little Walter also occasionally Inoyama Land Danzindan Pojidon saxophone players in his touring bands during this period, among them the young Albert Aylerand Ray Charles on one early tour.
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