Charles "Wigg" Walker Appears on
||Soul Stirring Thing CD (2010) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker discography Now that Charles Walker has reestablished himself on the funk/R&B scene as lead singer of the Dynamites, the gospel-charged singer takes a side road by recording this authentic ...
||Lukewarm CD (2004) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker albums Recording information: Salad Days, Beltsville, MD (06/2001).
New End Original: Jonah Matranga, Norman Arenas, Scott Winegard, Charlie Walker.
Audio Mixer: Brian McTernan.
||Number by Heart CD (2003) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker songs Fans of classic soul looking for something new need look no further than this release, which harks to the heyday of Stax without sounding dated. Veteran soul survivor ...
||Love Is Only Everything CD (2013) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker music CDs Recording information: County Q, Nashville, TN; Henson Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN; The Soul Hole, Nashville, TN; Water Music Recorders, Hoboken, NJ.
Arrangers: Leo Black ; ...
||I'm Available CD (1999) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker CD discography Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this album from the Soul great. Recorded in 1999, I'm Available is regarded by many as his best work. Included on this ...
||In the House CD (2001) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker discography Blues guitarist/vocalist Jones & vocalist Walker team up on this 12 track album recorded live at Switzerland's annual fall blues event, the Lucerne Blues Festival, which is regarded ...
||Yours & Mine (2012) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker albums Track Listing of songs: Yours & Mine; Serendipity;
||YB Style: Southern Style Pow-Wow Songs Recorded Live CD (2003) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker CD discography Recorded live in Indio, Oklahoma.
Personnel: Ronald Monoessy (chant, 6-string bass); Mario Tenequer, Nashoba "Homer" Simmons, Charles "Wigg" Walker (chant); Danita Cornelison (horns).
Recording information: Cabazon Band Of Mission Indians ...
||Peggy's Pie Parlor CD (2003) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker music CDs Chicago singer/songwriter Ralph Covert is the Jonathan Richman of the new millennium, recreating the childlike whimsy of Richman's classic late '70s albums with an even more obviously toddler-centric ...
||Can I Get an Amen? CD (2007) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker songs The Tennessee blues guitarist Johnny Jones emerged from the same 1950s Chicago scene that nurtured Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, and also later worked with Junior Wells, Freddie ...
||Kaboom! CD (2007) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker albums Old-school shouter Charles Walker joins the established eight-piece Nashville based Dynamites and the union is a match made in hard funk heaven. The band is led by guitarist/producer/arranger ...
||Burn It Down CD (2009) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker discography Nashville's retro-soul band the Dynamites has two things going for it. The first is its leader, guitarist Leo Black (real name Bill Elder), who writes new material steeped ...
||One Step Closer to the Blues CD (2001) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker CD discography Recorded at Bluesland Studio, Nashville, Tennessee in June 2000. Includes liner notes by Fred James.
Personnel: Freddie Waters (vocals); Fred James (guitar, electric piano, organ); Steven Herrman (trumpet); Billy ...
||Leavin' This Old Town CD (2000) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker music CDs After years of performing in Europe, Charles Walker made his American re-emergence with some stellar tracks on Cannonball's Blues Across America: The Nashville Scene compilation. Here he returns ...
||Thriller (2001) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker songs Track Listing of songs: Lukewarm; 14-41; Hostage; Leper Song; Titanic; Better Than Ever; Weary Progress; #1 Defender; Halo; Name; Betther Than This;
||Blues Is In The House CD (2001) |
Charles "Wigg" Walker CD discography Nashville guitarist Johnny Jones has played with such blues legends as Bobby Blue Bland, Freddie King, Gatemouth Brown, and Jimi Hendrix. Amazingly, Jones has been playing the blues since the late '50s, but this is only his second full-length CD as a leader. Jones knows how to play straight-up party blues; not overtly down or repetitiously up, a consistently enjoyable disc from a bluesman who deserves more recognition. ~ Al ...