Walter Horton

Big Walter Horton or Walter "Shakey" Horton (April 6, 1917? December 8, 1981) was an American blues harmonica player. Born Walter Horton in Horn Lake, Mississippi, USA he was playing a harmonica by the time he was five years old. In his early teens, he lived in Memphis, Tennessee and claimed that his earliest recordings were done there in the late 1920s with the Memphis Jug Band, although there is no documentation, and many have since disputed this claim.

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They Call Me Big Walter

They Call Me Big Walter

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2007
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An Offer You Can't Refuse (With Paul Butterfield)

An Offer You Can't Refuse (With Paul Butterfield)

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1997
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20
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Big Walter Horton With Carey Bell

Big Walter Horton With Carey Bell

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1989
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11
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Mouth Harp Maestro

Mouth Harp Maestro

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1988
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16
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320 kbps
Can't Keep Lovin' You (Vinyl)

Can't Keep Lovin' You (Vinyl)

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1984
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10
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Little Boy Blue (Vinyl)

Little Boy Blue (Vinyl)

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1980
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7
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Live At Knickerbocker

Live At Knickerbocker

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1980
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9
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Fine Cuts (Vinyl)

Fine Cuts (Vinyl)

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1977
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11
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Live @ The Mocambo

Live @ The Mocambo

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1973
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16
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The Soul Of Blues Harmonica (Vinyl)

The Soul Of Blues Harmonica (Vinyl)

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1964
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10
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320 kbps
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