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Little Junior Parker: Little Junior Parker Rocks (CD)

1-CD Digipak (6-plated) with 40-page booklet, 31 tracks. Playing time approx. 76mns.

Little Junior Parker was a star in the world of the Chitlin’ Circuit, but largely unknown in the white blues/rock scene.
First-ever recollection of his greatest up-tempo and rocking sides! 
31 tracks, recorded between 1953 and 1962 for the  Sun and Duke record companies.
Of equal interest for blues and rock 'n' roll fans.
Another fantastic gem in our worldwide recognized ROCKS!-series
Newly re-mastered, 6-sided digipak, discographical details, plus extensive liner notes by roots music expert, Bill Dahl.

Feelin’ Good, Mystery Train, and I Wanna Ramble are well known classics and inspired generatons of blues and rock musicians alike. Mystery Train was only a modest hit for the 1932 born Parker. But the version produced by Sam Phillips for the young Elvis Presley made this Herman Parker composition immortal.

This compilation not only features the great early rocking numbers for the Memphis-based Sun Records company; his later recordings for Don Robey's Duke Records label in Houston also testify to what a great blues musician and cool rocker Little Junior Parker was.

Parker died of a brain tumor in a Blue Island, Illinois hospital at age 39. He left behind a bountiful blues recording legacy that stretched across nearly two decades and saw him scoring a string of hits for two of the seminal independent labels of the postwar era.

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  • Album titlle: Little Junior Parker Rocks (CD)

  • Genre Rock'n'Roll

  • Label Bear Family Records

  • Price code AR
  • Edition 2 Deluxe Edition
  • Artikelart CD

  • Year of publication 2019
  • EAN: 5397102175350

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Parker, Little Junior - Little Junior Parker Rocks (CD) CD 1
01 Feelin’ Good Little Junior Parker
02 Mystery Train Little Junior Parker
03 Love My Baby Little Junior Parker
04 Can’t Understand Little Junior Parker
05 Please Baby Blues Little Junior Parker
06 I Wanna Ramble Little Junior Parker
07 Mother-In-Law Blues Little Junior Parker
08 That’s My Baby Little Junior Parker
09 Next Time You See Me Little Junior Parker
10 My Dolly Bee Little Junior Parker
11 Pretty Baby (solo guitar intro version) Little Junior Parker
12 Peaches Little Junior Parker
13 Pretty Little Doll Little Junior Parker
14 Wondering Little Junior Parker
15 Barefoot Rock Little Junior Parker
16 What Did I Do Little Junior Parker
17 Sweet Home Chicago Little Junior Parker
18 Sometimes Little Junior Parker
19 Dangerous Woman Little Junior Parker
20 You’re On My Mind Little Junior Parker
21 The Next Time Little Junior Parker
22 Driving Wheel Little Junior Parker
23 Seven Days Little Junior Parker
24 How Long Can This Go On Little Junior Parker
25 Annie Get Your Yo-Yo Little Junior Parker
26 Mary Jo Little Junior Parker
27 I Feel Alright Again Little Junior Parker
28 Sweeter As The Days Go By Little Junior Parker
29 Yonders Wall Little Junior Parker
30 Crying For My Baby Little Junior Parker
31 If You Can’t Take It (You Sure Can’t Make It) Little Junior Parker
Little Junior Parker Born March 27, 1932 in West Memphis, Arkansas, Herman Parker worked the... more
"Little Junior Parker"

Little Junior Parker

Born March 27, 1932 in West Memphis, Arkansas, Herman Parker worked the fields as a lad, picking cotton and plowing. But there was also time for music, whether exercising his vocal cords singing in a gospel quartet or venturing into more secular directions. Amazingly, another future blues harp luminary, the legendary Junior Wells, was one of his West Memphis pals. Later on, Wells would cite Parker as one of his early inspirations.

Sonny Boy Williamson #2 (Rice Miller) was Parker’s self-avowed idol. The wily harp wizard gave the talented teenager his initial professional experience in 1948. The two became so closely associated, both professionally and musically, that local fans thought Parker was Williamson’s son and bestowed the nickname of ‘Junior’ on him.

Recording in West Memphis in April of ’52, Parker waxed a jumping You’re My Angel and the after-hours Bad Women Bad Whiskey as his debut for the Modern label, backed by a young Ike Ike Turner on piano. Pianist Bill Johnson brought Parker by Sun Records to meet owner Sam Phillips. The harpist was free to sign with Sun. Parker cooked up the rollicking Feelin’ Good during a June 18, 1953 date at 706 Union in Memphis. Phillips summoned Parker back to his little studio in early August of ’53 for their encore session, and they came up with a two-sided gem. Love My Baby was another blistering rocker with a superbly tough guitar intro and solo, while the moodier Mystery Train, titled by Phillips himself, counted off at a less frenetic pace. He sounded assured and polished well beyond his 21 years on the planet.

Parker had been touring with Duke/Peacock stars Big Mama Thornton and Johnny Ace, and somewhere down the line hard-boiled Houston entrepreneur Robey convinced Junior to defect from Sun to Duke. Parker wrote both sides of his Duke debut, waxed at his first session on December 2, 1953. Can’t Understand was the up-tempo side. Please Baby Blues, from the same date, constituted half of Parker’s encore offering on Duke.

After a bit more than a dozen years under Robey’s control, Parker exited Duke in 1966. He signed with Mercury and veered into more soul-oriented directions. Junior’s first album for the firm was produced by Bobby Robinson—the founder of the Fury and Fire labels. Mercury also shipped Parker off to Chicago and Muscle Shoals for sessions and handed him to Doug Sahm for another studio date. For all that, the major label only managed two relatively insignificant chart items on him, one on the parent logo and the other on its Blue Rock subsidiary. After he left Mercury, Parker’s production was taken over by Sonny Lester, an industry vet. Lester produced Parker for the rest of the harpist’s life, leasing his work to Minit, Capitol, and United Artists as well as releasing some of it on his own Groove Merchant imprint.

Little Junior Parker died much too young on November 18, 1971, bringing an abrupt and very unexpected end to a distinguished blues career that should have continued for several more decades. But Junior did a lot of recording in his relatively brief life, as well as a lot of touring and a fair amount of rocking too.

 

Little Junior Parker

As consistently modern a bluesman as he insisted on being—he'd placed his Sonny Boy-influenced harmonica interjections on the back burner to emphasize his smoothly burnished vocals on R&B-styled material—Bobby 'Blue' Bland's Duke labelmate Little Junior Parker wasn't shy about adapting the vintage material of his pre-war blues ancestors to his own considerable strengths.

He'd scored a sizeable R&B hit at the end of 1958 by updating Robert Johnson's Sweet Home Chicago, his arrangement echoing a '55 treatment by rotund pianist Roosevelt Sykes. He returned to Sykes' repertoire in early 1961, bringing the Arkansas-born ivories ace's Driving Wheel back for a new listen. Roosevelt had waxed his original in Chicago for Regal in February of '50, but he didn't have the four-piece horn section that Parker brought to his Houston-cut revival, let alone the gospel-style breakdown Junior breaks into at the two-thirds mark.

"Junior could play just about anything that's to be played," says Duke house musician Texas Johnny Brown, probably the lead guitarist on the date (Wayne Bennett is the other possibility; bassist Vernon Heart and drummer Randolph Odom round out the rhythm section). Brown also toured with Junior as his bandleader.

"Junior was a good person to work with," Johnny says. "He was kind of happy-go-lucky, but he was business. He had more business sense than Bobby, much more. He was more aware of what he was doing. Bobby was the kind of person that just enjoyed what he was doing, and took the stardom part of it." 

Driving Wheel was a #5 R&B smash that spring and made a #85 pop bow. Junior made similar inroads later that year with another delicious blues, In The Dark, though he veered into dance fare the next year with his irresistible hit Annie Get Your Yo-Yo 

Duke's two principal breadwinners Parker and Bland toured for "between eight and 10 years" together, according to Bland. "Junior was a good experience for me," says Bobby. "I was his valet and driver. Then I was opening the show. I did all three of the things." They went back even further than that, recording a duet for Modern in 1952. "We were kinda close," says Bobby. "He was from West Memphis, and I was in Memphis. So we used to go on Eighth Street, and play on weekends sometimes. It was our good chance to sit in, or whatever. And so it went on from there. Junior was on the Duke label when I got there."

As the decade progressed, Parker dropped the 'Little' from his billing. He stayed with Duke into 1966, then recorded for Mercury and its Blue Rock logo (sometimes in a modern soul style), Minit, and Capitol before dying much too soon on November 18, 1971 in Blue Island, Illinois (a southern Chicago suburb) while undergoing surgery for a brain tumor. Herman Parker, Jr. was only 39 years old.

Bill Dahl
Chicago, Illinois 

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Tracklist
Parker, Little Junior - Little Junior Parker Rocks (CD) CD 1
01 Feelin’ Good
02 Mystery Train
03 Love My Baby
04 Can’t Understand
05 Please Baby Blues
06 I Wanna Ramble
07 Mother-In-Law Blues
08 That’s My Baby
09 Next Time You See Me
10 My Dolly Bee
11 Pretty Baby (solo guitar intro version)
12 Peaches
13 Pretty Little Doll
14 Wondering
15 Barefoot Rock
16 What Did I Do
17 Sweet Home Chicago
18 Sometimes
19 Dangerous Woman
20 You’re On My Mind
21 The Next Time
22 Driving Wheel
23 Seven Days
24 How Long Can This Go On
25 Annie Get Your Yo-Yo
26 Mary Jo
27 I Feel Alright Again
28 Sweeter As The Days Go By
29 Yonders Wall
30 Crying For My Baby
31 If You Can’t Take It (You Sure Can’t Make It)