Aaron "T-Bone" Walker

Vocals, Guitar

Place of Birth:  May 28, 1910    Linden, TX

Place of Death:  March 16, 1975    Los Angeles, CA

Place of Burial:  Inglewood Park Cemetery

                         720 E. Florence Avenue

                         Inglewood, CA  90301

Has Marker:  Yes

Grave Location:  Capistrano Court, Panel 26

SELECTED RECORDINGS

Sings The Blues, Imperial (LP 9098)

T-Bone Blues, Atlantic (8020)

I Get So Weary, Imperial (9146)

Stormy Monday Blues, Wet Soul (WS-1002)

The Truth, Brunswick (BL754126)

...Good Feelin'..., Polydor (24-4502)

Every Day I Have The Blues, Bluestime (BTS-9004)

Fly Walker AirlinesPolydor (PD5521)

I Want A Little GirlDenmark (DS 633)

 

The Chronological T-Bone Walker 1929-1946, Classics (CLASSICS 5007)

The Chronological T-Bone Walker 1947, Classics (CLASSICS 5033)

The Chronological T-Bone Walker 1947-1950, Classics (CLASSICS 5074)

The Chronological T-Bone Walker 1950-1952, Classics (CLASSICS 5118)

The Chronological T-Bone Walker 1952-1954, Classics (CLASSICS 5152)

The Essence of T-Bone Walker, Delta Leisure Group Ltd. (33331)

You're My Best Poker Hand, Fantastic Voyage (FVTD099)

The Complete Imperial Recordings 1950-1957, EMI USA ‎(CDP-7-96737-2)

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