Two original albums, on one CD from the vaults of HIGH TONE RECORDS.
Louisanna born guitarist PHILLIP WALKER has a sterling reputation as a contemporary Blues guitarist, with a distinctive sound honed along the Gulf Coast in the 50’s.
In 1953, for over three years he played with Zydeco king CLIFTON CHENIER.
‘The Bottom of the Top’ originally released on PLAYBOY RECORDS was re released by HIGH TONE in 1973. Highlights include his rendition of SAM COOKE’S ‘Laughing and Clowning’.
‘Someday You’ll Have These Blues’ originally recorded in 1975 and initially released on the short lived JOLIET Label and later released by HIGH TONE. One of its many highlights includes Beaumont Blues.
I Can’t Lose With The Stuff I Use, Tin Pan Alley, Hello Central, Hello My Darling, Laughing And Clowning, Crazy Girl, It’s All In Your Mind, The Bottom of The Top, Hey Hey Baby’s Gone, Crying Time, Someday You’ll Have These Blues, Beaumont Blues, Breakin’ Up Somebody’s Home, Mamas Gone, When It Needs Gettin’ Done, Sure Is Cold, Part Time Love, El Paso Blues, Don’t Tell Me, If We Can Find It.