Check out these new and used Herman Junior Parker vinyl records LPs for sale. Herman Junior Parker was born in 1932 in Mississippi, and move to Arkansas during the 1940s. He had a natural gift for the harmonica, and played with Sonny Boy Williamson and Howlin’ Wolf as a young man. Parker became a member of the Memphis group the Beale Streeters in 1950 which also included Bobby Blue Bland and BB King. Ike Turner discovered him in 1952 and signed him to Modern Records which resulted in his first release You’re My Angel/Bad Women, Bad Whiskey. This got the attention of Sam Phillips, who signed Junior to Sun Records In 1953 and had a big hit with Feelin’ Good. Another one of his songs, Mystery Train, was covered by Elvis Presley. Junior passed away in 1971 during surgery for a brain tumor. We recommend starting your Herman Junior Parker vinyl collection with the wonderful You Don’t Have To Be Black To Love The Blues and Love Ain’t Nothin’ But A Business Goin’ On. Our inventory is usually changing, so check back often, or browse our list of vinyl from blues musicians.