1. Foxy Devil
2. Someone, Somewhere
Great soultunes from Memphis blues singer, harmonica player and songwriter Junior Parker.
Parker first came to blues as a harmonica player, and backed Howlin' Wolf when he came to West Memphis in 1948. By 1950, Parker, now known as "Little Junior" due to the closeness with Wolf, had formed a band with pianist Bill Johnson. Known as Little Junior's Blue Flames, the band included Matt Murphy and L.C. Dranes and they were recorded by Ike Turner for Modern Records early in 1952. By this time Parker was almost primarily a vocalist. Parker later recorded in a soul style but occasionally reverted to playing the blues with a harp.
This original US pressing from 1963 on Duke Records is in very good condition.
- Condition: VG+ (Vinyl) / Generic (Cover)
- Ships within 1 day