Marion "Little Joe" Washington
Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Date of Birth: March 1, 1939
Date of Death: November 12, 2014 Houston, TX
Place of Burial: Houston Memorial Gardens
2426 Cullen Boulevard
Pearland, TX 77581
Has Marker: Yes
Grave Location: Section 34
29° 33' 54" N / 95° 20' 45" W
With funds provided by Texas Blues Project.
Someone Loves Me / (I Want To Tell You) She's Mine, Federal Records (45-12497)
I Feel All Right / Bossa Nova And Grits, Federal Records (45-12510)
Hard Way Four / The Last Tear, Donna (1359)
Houston Guitar Blues, Dialtone Records (DT0008)
Texas Fire Line, Dialtone Records (DT0020)
Texas Fire Line, P-Vine Records (PCD-25094)
Now And Then, no label/number
King's Serious Soul Vol. 2: Counting Teardrops, Kent Soul (CDKEND 206)
Funky Blues Junction, P-Vine Records (PTR-CD-1)
Ainsworth, Alan. “Houston Scene,” Living Blues, July/August 1998, issue 140, volume 29, no. 4, p. 52.
Dansby, Andrew. “Houston blues musician Little Joe Washington dies,” Houston Chronicle, Wednesday, November 12, 2014.
Greensmith, Bill, Mike Rowe, and Mark Camarigg. Blues Unlimited. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2015.
Wood, Roger. “The Unlikely Renaissance of Little Joe Washington,” Living Blues, issue 180, volume 36, no. 5, pp. 10-21.
Wood, Roger and James Fraher. Down in Houston. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003.
Stinging’ The Guitar: From Houston Joint to Shibuya O-Nest, P-Vine/Blues Interactions PVDV-21 DVD.