Check out these new and used Little Walter vinyl records LPs for sale. Little Walter was born in Louisiana in 1930. He moved from his country home to the bustling area of New Orleans at age 12, eventually heading north where he crossed paths with Sonny Boy Williamson. Like many blues musicians, he found himself in Chicago in the mid-1940s and was soon spending time with Tempo Red and Big Bill Broonzy. Little Walter’s first official recording soon followed, which was titled I Just Keep Loving Her on the very small label Ora-Nelle. He joined forces playing the blues harp for Muddy Waters in the late 40s, and then Jimmy Rogers and Baby Face Leroy Foster came aboard to form the powerful blues force which was casually referred to as the Headhunters. In the 1950s, Little Walter had several top 10 R&B hits including Sad Hours, Mean Old World, Tell Me Mama, and Off the Wall. We recommend starting your Little Walter vinyl collection with the notable Best Of Little Walter and Hate To See You Go. Our LP inventory is constantly changing, so check back often, or browse our list of vinyl from blues musicians.