Dick W could answer that if he's still around here. Let’s say you were shaking on holes 4 and 5 draw. Longtime local farmer Gary Walter Little passed away at home November 10, 2020 on his 83rd birthday. In a normal shake, an equal amount of time would be spent on each hole before moving on to the next hole. Little Walter is the expert of a different type of shake, the drone shake. Born in 1937 to Hazel Pitt Little and Walter… Born in 1937 to Hazel Pitt Little and Walter… Fisher, Brad L. (A tavern owner called Fred below to pick him up from the street outside the club where Walter had been dumped/found.) Little Water was a famous musician during the early 1950s whose singing talent was overshadowed by his skills on the harmonica. Little Walter (born Marion Walter Jacobs in Marksville, Louisiana; May 1, 1930; died on February 15, 1968 in Chicago, Illinois) was an American blues singer, harmonica player, and guitarist, whose revolutionary approach to the harmonica earned him comparisons to Charlie Parker and Jimi Hendrix for innovation and impact on succeeding generations. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. In music, a drone means to hold one note for a long time. The Musical Genius Who Made His Path He was a graduate of Scranton Technical High School and Lackawanna Junior college class of 1973 earning an Associate’s degree. Per Scott Dirks, Little Walters affidavit of birth, issued in 1967 so that Walter would be able to get a passport. He was subjected to numerous beatings throughout his life, leaving his face and body bruised, battered, and scarred. A bagpipe is a great example of drone music. Note that Walter had also gone to Europe in 1964, leaving the question of a passport during that earlier trip. He was born in Scranton, the son of the late Walter A. and Mary Lee Pruitt Little. Despite his successes, Walter was an alcoholic who lived life to the maximum. Dave Myers told me that about a year before he died, Walter was beaten by the police. Walter A. This website uses cookies for functionality, analytics and advertising purposes as described in our, http://www.amazon.com/Blues-Feeling-Lit ... 046&sr=1-1, http://www.amazon.com/Blues-Feeling-Lit ... 0415937116. Known for being hot-headed and quick-tempered, Walter was a regular brawler. Little Walter with fans, Borough Assembly Hall, Aylesbury, England, October, 1964. Little, Jr.,61, a resident of Scranton, died Thursday morning in the Allied Skilled Nursing Center after an illness. I haven't been everywhere but it's on my list. While it doesn't happen outside a club but instead in front of Chess records, there is a scene in "cadillac records" where Little Walter gets it real bad from policemen, and Len Chess picks him up instead of Below. There were several Little Walter beat downs cataloged in the book, including one by a Chicago cop where when the cop was later told who he was, he said "Oh, I'm a fan of his!" Jody Williams told a story about LW getting beat by a group of guys with a tire iron; he said the first time he saw LW perform, his head was wrapped in bandages. An international community of blues lovers and performers, Best person to ask here is Checker 758, or better yet, read his excellent bio of Little Walter, "Blues with a Feeling: The Little Walter Story". His career as a musician was cut short by his death in 1968. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. It's very sad, considering he was such a young guy when he left us. Supposedly the Doctor told Walter then that one side of his skull had been badly enough injured so that a major blow to it could kill him. Little Walter stood out and made his way to the top, yet his musical triumphs couldn’t save him from himself. Little Walter Biography, Life, Interesting Facts. Other notes can be played at the same time. Little, Jr. September 24, 2015 Walter A.