Blues singer Walter Brown fronted the roaring Jay McShann Orchestra (which included young alto saxist Charlie Parker) in 1941, when the roaring Kansas City aggregation cut their classic "Confessin' The Blues" and "Hootie Blues" for Decca. The Dallas native remained with McShann from 1941 to '45 before going solo (with less successful results). ~ Bill Dahl, Rovi

KEYNOTE: A Retrospective from My Perspective - Walter E Brown [ C++ on Sea 2020 ]
CppCon 2018: Walter E. Brown “Thank You (I’m sorry that it’s taken me so long to say it)”
Walter Brown - Darling I love you
Open The Door, Richard (banned version) - Walter Brown & Tiny Grimes Sextet
Walter Brown, Jelly Roll Rock
Walter Brown's levee-camp payday story (1978)
Walter Brown- #Blessed (prod. by Flashbeat & MAT)
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